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  • Vet Tech Institute :: Thanks!
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  • Vet Tech Institute :: Veterinary Technician Associate Degree Program Overview
    placed on the clinical use of anatomy and physiology in veterinary medicine VETERINARY TERMINOLOGY The student will be introduced to basic medical terminology Emphasis is placed on understanding the composition of terms including the use of prefixes and suffixes ANIMAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II This course builds on Animal Anatomy and Physiology I The structure and function of the respiratory urinary digestive sensory and reproductive systems will be studied In addition the unique anatomy of birds amphibians and reptiles will also be covered Emphasis is placed on the clinical use of anatomy and physiology in veterinary medicine CLINICAL LABORATORY I This course reviews basic laboratory equipment and glassware The student is then introduced to basic veterinary hematology with emphasis placed on normal test values of individual animal species CLINICAL LABORATORY II This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory I with a more in depth study of hematology Blood cell appearance to recognize diseases is emphasized along with cell and platelet counts Other measurements of blood components are also covered CLINICAL LABORATORY III This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory II and emphasizes clinical chemistries Blood chemistries are used to teach students how to detect organ malfunctions The study of urine to detect metabolic diseases is covered along with other blood tests for specific canine and feline diseases and coagulation testing VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY I This course focuses on the veterinary technologist s role in the veterinary pharmacy the process of drug development how drugs are active in the body and rules and regulation governing veterinary drug use In addition gastrointestinal drugs and inflammatory drugs will be discussed A review of veterinary math focusing on dosage calculations is also included ANESTHESIA I This course concerns the anesthetic process focusing on anesthetic agents used in veterinary medicine and their effects The student will apply mathematical skills to practice calculations using common anesthetics and their dosages The veterinary technician s role in relationship to the veterinarian is a key point of study VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY II This course builds on the principles of Veterinary Pharmacology I Antimicrobial drugs antiparasitic drugs respiratory drugs cardiovascular drugs nervous system drugs urinary drugs hormonal and reproduction drugs dermatologic drugs and ophthalmic and otic drugs are covered ANESTHESIA II This course builds on the information presented in Anesthesia I Coursework will cover anesthetic equipment common anesthetic emergencies and the technician s role in reacting to them anesthetic safety and special anesthetic techniques In addition anesthesia of rodents rabbits and large animals will be discussed CLINICAL MEDICINE V This course is a continuation of Clinical Medicine IV Diseases of the digestive system and renal system will be discussed as well as emergency management and the veterinary technician s role in emergency situations Emphasis is placed on the following topics proper methods of evaluating an animal in an emergency situation how disease processes manifest as emergencies and the equipment and medications used during emergencies ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY V This course builds upon Animal Technology IV Emphasis is placed on advanced technical procedures including intravenous injections

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  • Vet Tech Institute :: Thanks!
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