Multiple Choice Questions in Veterinary Nursing
- . College of Animal Welfare
The current failure rate of veterinary nurses undertaking the Veterinary Nursing examinations Parts 1 and 2 is extremely high, due in part to the fact that there are few suitable study aids available.
These two volumes will prove invaluable practical learning and revision tools for all candidates for these examinations. Based on a selection of past examination papers, they will enable students to build on both their knowledge and their confidence in answering multiple choice questions. In line with the structure of the examination, the books are divided into two parts. Part 1 covers anatomy and physiology, management, hygiene and feeding, first aid, basic hospital practice, theory and practice of nursing. Part 2 is for the final examination and covers medical and surgical nursing, diagnostic aids and poisoning, radiography, anaesthesia, and obstetrical and paediatric nursing.
Paperback, 112 Pages
Published: May 1997
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Acknowledgements; Preface; Format of the examination; Recommended texts; Introduction; How the book is organised; How to use the book; Questions; Anatomy and Physiology; Cells and Tissues; The Musculo-Skeletal System; The Integument; The Nervous System and Special Senses; The Cardiovascular, Lymphatic and Respiratory Systems; The Digestive and Urinary Systems; The Reproductive and Endocrine Systems; Management, Hygiene and Feeding; Handling and Management of Children's Pets and Exotics; Kennel and Cattery Management; Antiseptics and Disinfectants; Quarantine Kennels; Nutrition and Feeding; Breeds; Genetics; First Aid; Basic Hospital Practice; Practice Organisation and Ethics; Observation and Care of the Patient; Materia Medica, Pharmacy and Dispensing; Answers; Answers with comments;