Step Up for Stronger Title ProtectionA new NAVTA survey and report illustrates the vast differences amongst states when it comes to credential credibility and state laws.
Turnover: Identifying Causes and SolutionsEvaluating factors such as leadership style and resources within the clinic can help leaders understand the causes of turnover and implement changes to reduce it.
Energy Calculations: Gauging the Proper Caloric Intake for PatientsEvery patient has different needs when it comes to nutrition. Learn how to gauge each patient’s energy calculations and apply it to a feeding plan that is healthy and sustainable.
“Why Does My Cat Vomit?”Getting to the bottom of a vomiting feline patient starts with the veterinary nurse. Get a thorough history, ask open-ended questions, and be aware of how you are communicating and interacting with the client.
Dog Parks and Parasite ExposureDog parks aren't all fun and games. There can be many risks to both dogs and owners, including zoonotic parasites and multidrug-resistant hookworms.
Firing on All Cylinders: A Guide to the Neurologic ExaminationNeurologic examination information can be used to communicate current neurologic status, set a baseline status, and improve patient outcomes with appropriate care.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
A Rare Diagnosis of Hypofibrinogenemia in a DogThis case report involving an English springer spaniel illustrates the importance of a good working relationship between the primary and emergency care teams.
Overview of Electrocardiogram InterpretationAn ECG provides the veterinary healthcare team with the information necessary to calculate a patient’s heart rate and heart rhythm.
VTS in NutritionEarning a VTS (Nutrition) helps veterinary nurses become integral members of the veterinary nutrition team and helping pets live longer, healthier lives.
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