Clinical Procedures in Small Animal Veterinary PracticeBy
- Richard Aspinall
- Victoria Aspinall
Paperback, 336 Pages
Published: April 2013
"A Comprehensive review of Day 1 skills make this book, '
Clinical Procedures in Small Animal Veterinary Practice',an essential reference textbook for the new graduate...It has a good design and is easy to read with useful pictures and diagrams that complement the body of text. Its layout and format, as well as the useful index, make it quick and easy to find the information reuired, so it can be used by a young veterinary surgeon throughtout a busy dayat the practice....It is clearly targeted at new graduates and is based around the RCVS DAy 1 competences, so would complement the professional development phase. It would also be a useful textbook for veterinary students at any stage in their course as it includes guidelines with useful hints and tips on basic skills and procedures...In summary, this book would be a good choice for any new graduate in small animal or mixed practice. It will not only be useful as a reminder of the more fundamental techniques learned throughout the veterinary course, but also as a guide for more advanced or less commonly performed techniques and procedures." Vet Record, December 2013