Certified Veterinary Assistant

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Certified Veterinary Assistant



2.89 usd

The Certified Veterinary Assistant app is a study guide that helps prepare you for a position as a veterinary assistant, technician, and animal care giver. Includes fourteen learning modules with more than 1250 multiple choice quiz questions and flashcards. Each learning module also includes a glossary with common terms and definitions.
Learning Modules:Module 1: Animal Medical Terminology Module 2: Office Procedures Module 3: Medical Abbreviations Module 4: Anatomy Module 5: Physiology Module 6: Small Animal Breeds Module 7: Large Animal Breeds Module 8: Animal Nursing Module 9: Avian & Exotic Medicine Module 10: Animal Medicine & Diseases Module 11: Lab Procedures Module 12: Emergency Medicine Module 13: Animal Medical Spanish TermsModule 14: My Custom Learning
Plus:- Create your own flashcards, multiple-choice and glossary- Send multiple-choice quiz questions to friends- Post score for global ranking- Keep up to date with latest news and articles with the Veterinary news feed.- Now with 100’s of images.
This study guide app is for people who need to develop foundation knowledge of veterinary medicine and veterinary technology; animal sciences and typical behavior characteristics of animal species; role in patient history, physical exam, and client educations. It covers veterinary terminology; animal anatomy; physiology; office business operations; and veterinary emergency care. The Veterinary Assistant & Technician Guide app also addresses pathology; radiation and x-ray production, equipment operation and care; positioning the animal for radiography production; use of drugs in veterinary medicine; introduction to drug testing methodology and the use/handling of prescriptions; calculation of dosages and administration techniques; drug actions, interactions, and adverse reactions; animal disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, principles and practices of surgical nursing; pharmacology of commonly used anesthetic agents, and anesthetic emergencies.