Key Features

  • Organized by how a practitioner interacts with a patient, following a logical order from the initial greeting, to taking the patient's history, positioning the patient for an examination, and then performing any kind of procedure
  • Details key vocabulary and phrases for front office exchanges between clients and staff
  • Terminology covers a variety of topics that are essential to effective communication in the veterinary office, related to both procedures and administration
  • Includes several different ways to ask the same question so users will be able to select the expressions that they like best and find easiest to remember

Table of Contents

Instructions to the User
1. Grammar
2. The Waiting Room
3. Patient History
4. Anesthesia
5. Bone and Joint Disorders
6. Cancer
7. Dentistry
8. Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
9. Equine
10. Euthanasia
11. Exotic Pets
Birds
Ferrets
Guinea Pigs
Rabbits
12. Internal Medicine
13. Large Animal
14. Neurologic Disorders
15. Ophthalmology
16. Pharmacology
17. Preventive Health
18. Radiology
19. Referring the Client to Another Veterinarian
20. Reporting Results to the Client
21. Skin and Ear Disorders
22. Surgery
23. Instructions for Home Care
24. Patient Information Form
Appendix
Index

Details

No. of pages:
640
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2006
Published:
Imprint:
Mosby
Print ISBN:
9780323025638
Electronic ISBN:
9780323167703