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Vet Nurse Diary: 10 Reasons to place your anaesthetised patient on IV fluids

Vet Nurse Diary 10 Reasons To Place Your Anaesthetised Patient On Iv Fluids
Posted in Veterinary Nurse/Tech Blog at 25 March, 2021

Does your clinic place patients undergoing general anaesthetic for routine procedures on IV fluids every time? BEFORE anaesthetising them! Yes, even the procedures that take less time thank actually placing the IV in.... *cough* cat castrates *cough* Doe...

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary
 

Vet Nurse Diary: X-ray Positioning Terminology

Vet Nurse Diary X Ray Positioning Terminology
Posted in Veterinary Nurse/Tech Blog at 10 March, 2021

Who doesn't love a little x-ray positioning and directional terminology?? We use many of these terms on a daily basis and so they often become second nature to us. But it's never a bad thing to review the terminology every now and then to make sure we u...

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary
 

Did I just write about writing? Or.. Why writing is better than screaming...

Did I Just Write About Writing Or
Posted in Veterinary Nurse/Tech Blog at 24 February, 2021

Writing allows me to let out the thoughts that crowd my cluttered mind. Sometimes I write only for myself, honestly I mostly only write for me. Then sometimes I let others see what I write too. When I write it can be both an escape from reality and a way...

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Posted by Courtney Deamer, Veterinary Nurse & Blogger
 

Why we have to talk about money to our veterinary clients

Why We Have To Talk About Money To Our Veterinary Clients
Posted in Veterinary Nurse/Tech Blog at 04 February, 2021

One of the most emotionally triggering things we have to talk about in Veterinary practice is the money. We're verbally crucified on a daily basis about the money. What many people don't understand, is that it's just as hard for Veterinary professionals...

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Posted by Courtney Deamer, Veterinary Nurse & Blogger
 

Just a vet nurse....

Just A Vet Nurse
Posted in Veterinary Nurse/Tech Blog at 21 October, 2020

Sometimes it's when you first meet someone and they ask what you do for a living. Sometimes it's a worried client, looking for reassurance. Often, in my line of work, I'll hear someone say, "Oh, You're just a Nurse." Yes! I'm a Veterinary Nurse......

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Posted by Courtney Deamer, Veterinary Nurse & Blogger
 

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