AAEVT's Equine Manual for Veterinary Technicians
May 2009, ©2009, Wiley-Blackwell
Chapter 1: General Horse Management.
Chapter 2: Equine Nutrition.
Chapter 3: Applied Anatomy/ Physiology.
Chapter 4: Reproduction.
Chapter 5: Equine Wellness Program.
Chapter 6: Foal Care.
Chapter 7: Pharmacology.
Chapter 8: Laboratory Diagnosis in Equine Practice.
Chapter 9: Anesthesia.
Chapter 10: Surgical Assistance.
Chapter 11: Nursing Care.
Chapter 12: Technical Procedures.
Chapter 13: Diagnostic Procedures.
Chapter 14: Common Equine Medical Emergencies.
Chapter 15: Office Procedures.
Reference Charts/ Index/ Glossary of Disease
Sheri Miller, LVT is the president of the American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians.
DeeAnn Wilfong, BS, CVT is the president-elect of the American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians.
Midge Leitch, VMD, DAVCS is the Clinician in Radiology at New Bolton Center at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dana Zimmel, DVM, DACVIM, DABVP (Equine Practice) is on the faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida.
The one thing I really like about this text is the sample forms (eg, dental charts, general procedure forms, and client-consent forms) designed specifically for equine patients. This text has great potential for being incorporated into a veterinary technology curriculum." (Vet Med Today, August 2010)
"The text is well organized and thorough, provides excellent academic knowledge, and covers topics that are most likely to be encountered by a veterinary technician employed in equine medicine... the authors did an extremely good job of providing the elements in a complete and compact package for students interested in this topic. The one thing I really like about this text is the sample forms (eg, dental charts, general procedure forms, and client-consent forms) designed specifically for equine patients. This text has great potential for being incorporated into a veterinary technology curriculum." (JAVMA, June 2010)
“This is a complete and thorough manual for a very specific audience and the quality of the information is first rate.” (Doody’s, May 2010)
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