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Patient care for technicians

DVM360 MAGAZINE: May 03, 2018
Well, a LOT of pennies for your thoughts. As in, we’ll pay you for the brilliant problem-solving ideas you’ve come up with within the veterinary world.
FIRSTLINE: May 02, 2018
You have to care for yourself so you can keep caring for patients.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Apr 17, 2018
A new wireless ECG device lets patients go about their normal day and gives veterinarians better readings for rest and exercise.
FIRSTLINE: Apr 13, 2018
Monitoring diabetic patients can be a rollercoaster for you and for pet owners. Here’s how to set the tracks for a smoother ride.
FIRSTLINE: Apr 11, 2018
Your veterinary client opted for “dental treatment” at the groomers. Say what?
FIRSTLINE: Apr 10, 2018
Halt the bucking, tooth-baring, low-hissing madness in your veterinary practice. Here’s how.
Apr 03, 2018
School fully prepared me to be a great veterinary technician. But what happened after graduation changed my life.
FIRSTLINE: Apr 02, 2018
Scale back on stress and address handling hang-ups of older pets with these tips to take fear and suffering out of veterinary care.
FIRSTLINE: Mar 28, 2018
Veterinary professionals, lend me your ears while I talk about the sound of heart murmurs and their locations.
FIRSTLINE: Mar 19, 2018
These Fear Free cat carrier tips complement the low-stress measures you’re taking in your veterinary clinic.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 14, 2018
One practice owner involved in early trials thinks colleagues "will very much enjoy the intraoral administration ... with less mess, less sneeze, less struggling" with patients.
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He's a TV star, architect of Fear Free practice and a plain old practitioner. Come along and get to know this one-of-a-kind personality.
FIRSTLINE: Feb 05, 2018
The ICU: A truly lifesaving arena. Get ready to enter with these pointers from an expert critical care veterinary technician.
FIRSTLINE: Feb 02, 2018
Nerd #1 Tasha McNerney guides us through her top anesthesia and pain management picks.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 16, 2018
Canine compulsive disorder, much like OCD in humans, produces blood and leaves scars—physical and psychological wounds that affect pets and owners. After decades of research in this field, Dr. Nicholas Dodman says there is hope.