Library Materials for Veterinary Technology
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Books and media on Veterinary Medicine can be found in the Library under the classifications SF600 through SF1100. SF405.5 through SF407 contains items on Laboratory Animals, SF411 through SF459 for items on Pets, and SF774.4 contains works on veterinary technicians, also called Animal Health Technicians, and veterinary technology, also called Animal Health Technology.
For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.
♦ Anesthesia and analgesia for veterinary technicians /
John A. Thomas, Phillip Lerche.
SF911 .M39 2017
Covers essential principles of anesthesia administration and pain management in small and large animals. [5/18]
♦ Applied pharmacology for veterinary technicians / Boyce P. Wanamaker. 5th ed.
Reserve Collection SF915 .W36 2015
This essential resource offers detailed guidance on key topics such as managing medication inventory, dispensing veterinarian-prescribed drugs, calculating drug dosages, administering medications to animals, and educating clients about drug side effects and precautions. Illustrated, step-by-step procedures. [5/18]
♦ Companion-animal dental and surgical instruments : a reference for veterinary technicians and assistants / Gail E. Marshall ; with Karl M. Peter.
Ref. SF913 .M37 2011
Instrumentation and the organizing of surgical instruments. [5/18]
♦ Front office management for the veterinary team / Heather Prendergast. 2nd ed.
Reserve Collection SF756.4 .P74 2015
Veterinary health care team members -- The receptionist team -- Team leadership -- Veterinary ethics and legal issues -- Human resources -- Stress, burnout and compassion fatigue -- Practice design -- Technology in the office -- Outside diagnostic laboratory services -- Marketing -- Client communication and customer service -- Interacting with a grieving client -- Appointment management -- Medical records management -- Inventory management -- and more. [5/18]
♦ Hill's atlas of veterinary clinical anatomy [5/18]
Ref. SF761 .H55 2004
♦ Laboratory procedures for veterinary technicians / by Sirois, Margi.
SF772.6 .L32 2015
Comprehensive content presents the fundamentals of microbiology, hematology, urinalysis, immunology, and cytology, along with the laboratory procedures used to perform the most widely used tests. [5/18]
♦ The Merck veterinary manual /
editor: Cynthia M. Kahn ; associate editor: Scott Line. 11th ed.
Ref. SF748 .M47 2016
A clinical guide to the care of domestic, laboratory, and zoo animals that contains information on nutrition, physiology, medical disorders, and methods of treatment. [5/18]
♦ Mosby's comprehensive review for veterinary technicians 4th ed.
SF774.4 .M67 2015
"...ideal review tool to help students master critical concepts and pass the VTNE." [5/18]
♦ Pain management for veterinary technicians and nurses / editor, Mary Ellen Goldbery; consulting editor, Nancy Shaffran
SF910.P34 P34 2015
"Emphasizing the technician's role in advocating for the patient, the book equips technicians with the knowledge needed to manage pain in dogs, cats, horses, livestock, exotics, and zoo animals. With information on recognizing and understanding pain, the physiology of pain, pharmacology, and analgesia in different settings, the book outlines how to practice good pain management as an integral part of nursing care." [5/18]
♦ Saunders comprehensive veterinary dictionary / edited by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood ; anatomical tables by John Grandage [5/18]
Ref. SF609 .B566 2012 4th ed.
♦ Saunders handbook of veterinary drugs : small and large animal /
Mark G. Papich.
Ref. SF917 .P36 2016 4th ed.
A guide to specific drug facts for 550 veterinary drugs, organized alphabetically by generic name and cross-referenced by functional classification and trade name. [5/18]
♦ Small Animal emergency and critical care for veterinary technicians /
[edited by] Andrea M. Battaglia, Andrea M. Steele.
SF778 .S63 2016 3rd ed.
Quick access to dozens of common, life-saving protocols and procedures. Each treatment technique is described in step-by-step detail and illustrated in full color. [5/18]
♦ Veterinary instruments and equipment : a pocket guide / by Sonsthagen, Teresa F.
SF913 .S66 2014 3rd ed.
All types of medical instruments for variety of kinds of animals. [5/18]
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♦ American Journal of Veterinary Research (in Library Current 5 years only) [3/17]
♦ American Veterinarian (in Library Current 5 years, beginning April 2017) [2/18]
♦ Animal Science Journal (e-journal 2003-present, 1 year delay ) [11/16]
♦ Firstline (e-journal 2006-present) [2/18]
♦ Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
(in Library Current 5 years only) [3/17]
♦ The NAVTA Journal (in Library Current 5 years only) [3/17]
♦ Today's Veterinary Business
(in Library Current 5 years, beginning Oct/Nov 2017) [2/18]
♦ Today's Veterinary Practice (in Library Current 12 months only) [3/17]
♦ Today's Veterinary Nurse (in Library Current 5 years, beginning 2018) [2/18]
Formerly Today's Veterinary Technician (in Library) [3/17]
♦ Trends Magazine (e-journal 2008-present) [11/16]
♦ Veterinarian's Money Digest (in Library Current 5 years, beginning April 2017) [2/18]
♦ Veterinary Practice News (in Library Current 12 months only) [3/17]
♦ Veterinary Team Brief (in Library Current 5 years, beginning May 2017) [2/18]
♦ Vetted (in Library Current 12 months only) [3/17]
Listed are highlighted sources, not a complete listing of available media.
♦ Be safe! : veterinary safety training for medical and technical staff. [videorecording]
Media (DVD) SF757 .B472 2007
This training program will help you raise awareness about safety and OSHA issues in your veterinary practice. The materials help your practice meet the OSHA requirement for training staff about hazards in the workplace. This DVD is specifically for those who work directly with animals and/or chemicals. The accompanying workbook includes test questions to help the user and practice manager assess comprehension and progress. [6/16]
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