Are you a current student in one of the toughest educational programs out there or a recent graduate? We see you, veterinary colleague! Your knowledge is vast, and you put in a lot of hard work to get to this point. Now, all you have to do is go out there and save some animal's lives, right? If only it was that easy...
Most new veterinarians, like you, find the transition into practice challenging. You no longer have oversight from professors and are still learning how to apply all of your medical knowledge. This can make even simple cases difficult when you first start out, and it often puts you in situations where you are stressed out, putting you at risk for easily avoidable mistakes.
Dr. Gray and Dr. Tarantino also experienced these same challenges and hurdles. After years of mentoring students and interns, they decided to create the V.O.T.R New Vet Jumpstart Guide to help you and make your transition into practice easier.
The V.O.T.R. New Vet Jumpstart Guide is a cliff notes version of twenty common cases new veterinarians will face out in general practice. It gives the new veterinarian a practical approach and breaks them down in a way that you cannot find in any other veterinary resource out there.
Each chapter will give you helpful information that covers:
- Simplified approach to common cases
- Straightforward diagnostic and treatment plans
- Client communication tips to cover all bases
- How to avoid common pitfalls
With our book in your hand, you will already be one step ahead of the game. Think of it as the holy grail of general practice. You get all of our tips and tricks in one place to get you DAY ONE READY!
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|Publisher:||Veterinarians on the Rise|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.58(d)|
Table of Contents
Advice we kept referencing as new grads
Chronic diarrhea in older cats
Chronic kidney disease in cats
Chronic vomiting in older cats
Cushing's disease in dogs
Cutaneous mast cell tumor in dogs
Diabetes mellitus in dogs
Diarrhea in kittens
Flea allergy dermatitis in cats
Foreign bodies in dogs
Heart murmurs in small breed dogs
Hyperthyroidism in cats
Lick granulomas in dogs
Osteoarthritis in dogs
Otitis externa in dogs
Pruritus in dogs
Seizures in dogs
Thunderstorm anxiety in dogs
Urinary tract infections in dogs
Urolithiasis in dogs
Repeat calcium oxalate formers
When to refer??
ACTH stimulation test