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Figure List xix Preface xxv Acknowledgments xxvii Contributors xxix About the Companion Website xxxi Section One: Anatomy 3 Chapter 1: Anatomy 5 Anatomy 6 Overall 6 Musculature 8 Skeletal 8 Internal Organs 9 Circulatory System 11 Nervous System 13 Urogenital System 14 Eye 16 Ear 16 Section Two: Preventative Care 17 Chapter 2: Preventative Care and Vaccinations 19 Physical Examinations 21 Initial Examination 21 Physical Examination 23 Pediatric Physical Examination 26 Normal Parturition 29 Geriatric Physical Examination 30 Cardiac Examination 31 Pulmonary Examination 33 Abdominal Examination 34 Otoscopic Examination 34 Regional Lymph Node Examination 35 Neurological Examination 35 Orthopedic Examination 39 Vaccinations 40 Guidelines to Follow When Vaccinating an Animal 40 Canine Vaccination Protocol 41 Feline Vaccination Protocol 42 Canine Transmissible Diseases 43 Corona Virus, Distemper 43 Hepatitis, Infectious Tracheobronchitis 45 Leptospirosis, Lyme Disease 47 Parvovirus, Rabies 48 Feline Transmissible Diseases 50 Feline Calicivirus 50 Feline Infectious Peritonitis 51 Feline Panleukopenia Virus, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus 53 Feline Leukemia Virus, Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus 54 Bordetella bronchiseptica and Chlamydophila felis 56 Animal Care 57 Client Education: Home Dental Care 58 Grooming 59 Bathing 59 Nail Trimming 60 Anal Sac Expression 61 Ear Cleaning and Flushing 62 Chapter 3: Nutrition 63 General Nutrition 65 Patient Evaluation 65 Diet History 65 Body Condition Scoring System 67 Daily Caloric Requirement Worksheet for a Healthy Animal 68 General Life Stage Feeding Guidelines 70 Key Nutritional Factors (Calculated on a Dry Matter Basis) for Puppies and Kittens 72 Feeding Methods 72 Feeding Methods 72 Feeding the Reluctant Eater 72 Feeding the Overexcited Eater 73 Pet Food Evaluation 74 Pet Food Label Evaluation 74 Comparing Nutrient Levels on a Dry Matter Basis Worksheet 75 Estimating and Comparing Calorie Content Worksheet 76 Home-Prepared Diets 77 Nutraceuticals 77 Common Nutraceuticals 78 Disease Nutritional Requirements 79 Obesity Management 84 Weight Loss Plan Worksheet 85 Nutritional Support 86 Enteral Nutrition 86 Coax Feeding and Orogastric Tube 86 Nasoesophageal and Nasogastric Tube 87 Esophagostomy Tube 89 Gastrotomy Tube: Without Gastropexy 90 Gastrotomy Tube: With Gastropexy 91 Jejunostomy Tube 93 Feeding Tube Options 94 Enteral Nutrition Administration 94 Enteral Nutrition Administration 95 Parenteral Nutrition (PN) 96 Parenteral Nutrition 97 Parenteral Nutrition Administration 98 Worksheet: Calculation of Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) 99 Worksheet: Calculation of Peripheral or Partial Parenteral Nutrition (PPN) 100 Section Three: Diagnostic Skills 101 Chapter 4: Laboratory 103 Blood Chemistries 107 Blood Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 107 Collection 107 Complications 107 Handling 107 Storage 108 Transport 108 Blood Collection Tubes 108 Blood Chemistries 109 Bone Marrow Evaluation 119 Bone Marrow Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 119 Collection 119 Handling 119 Smear Techniques 119 Storage 120 Transport 120 Evaluation 120 Bone Marrow Evaluation 120 Cell Type Identifi cation 124 Interpretation 126 Cytology 126 Cytology Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 126 Collection 126 Collection Techniques 126 FNB Needle and Syringe Selection 127 Handling 128 Smear Techniques 128 Storage 130 Transport 130 Cytology Evaluation 130 Cytologic Criteria of Malignancy 132 Specific Tumor Cells 136 Interpretation 141 Buffy Coat Evaluation 143 Effusion Cytology 145 Fecal Cytology 146 Fecal Cytology 147 Vaginal Cytology 149 Classifying Vaginal Cells 149 Staging the Estrus Cycle 151 Function Tests 153 Function Tests 153 Hematology 160 Complete Blood Count 160 Hemacytometer Use 164 Calculating a Differential 164 Blood Smear Evaluation 164 RBC Morphology and Alterations 165 RBC Alterations and Morphology 165 WBC Morphology and Alterations 172 WBC Morphology 173 WBC Alterations 174 WBC Left Shift 179 Platelet Morphology and Alterations 179 Platelet Alterations 179 Coagulation Tests 179 Coagulation Screening 180 Coagulation Tests 181 Blood Transfusions 184 Crossmatching 184 Blood Typing 185 Immunology and Serology Tests 186 Immunology and Serology Tests 186 Microbiology 188 Microbiology Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 188 Collection 188 Collection Techniques 188 Handling 189 Storage 189 Specimen Storage 189 Transport 190 Most Commonly Used Culture Media 191 Culture Media Inoculation and Incubation 192 Culture Growth Evaluation 194 Staining Solutions and Procedures 195 Staining Problems 198 Bacteria Identifi cation 198 Fungi Identification 201 Parasitology 203 Fecal Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 203 Collection 203 Handling 203 Storage 203 Transport 203 Fecal Evaluation 204 Endoparasite Examination Methods 204 Fecal Flotation Solutions 207 Endoparasites 208 Blood Parasite Examination Methods 218 Ectoparasite Examination Methods 219 Ectoparasites 220 Urinalysis 224 Urine Collection, Handling, Storage, and Transport Tips 224 Collection 224 Handling 224 Storage 224 Transport 225 Urine Examination/Urinalysis 225 Gross Examination 225 Chemistry Strip Examination 227 Sediment Examination 229 Sediment Examination 229 Urine Artifacts 242 Urine Artifacts 242 Chapter 5: Imaging 243 Radiology 245 Radiographic Equipment 246 Radiographic Exposure and Image Factors 247 Radiographic Technique Chart 248 Veterinary X-Ray Technique Chart 249 Evaluating Radiograph Technique 250 Exposure Evaluation 250 Density Evaluation 251 Scale of Contrast Evaluation 251 Radiographic Alterations 253 Radiographic Artifacts 255 Radiographic Positioning 255 Directional Terms 256 Positional Terms 256 Abdomen 257 Head Positioning 258 Nasal Cavities and Sinuses 258 Nasal Cavities and Sinuses (Continued) 259 Pharynx 259 Skull 260 Temporomandibular Joint 261 Tympanic Bullae 261 Zygomatic Arch 262 Spine Positioning 262 Cervical 264 Thoracic?Lumbar 266 Sacrum?Caudal 268 Shoulder and Forelimb Positioning 269 Scapula?Shoulder 269 Humerus 270 Elbow 271 Radius, Ulna, and Carpus 273 Metacarpus and Phalanges 274 Pelvis and Hind Limb Positioning 275 Pelvis 275 Femur, Stifles, Tibia, and Fibula 277 Tarsus and Metatarsals 279 Thorax 280 Radiographic Contrast Studies 281 Types of Contrast Media 282 Radiographic Contrast Studies 283 Fistulography 283 Abdominal Contrast Studies 283 Peritoneography 283 Gastrointestinal Tract Contrast Studies 284 Esophagography and Gastrography 284 Upper and Lower Gastrointestinal Study 286 Head Contrast Studies 288 Dacryocystorhinography and Sialography 288 Spinal and Joint Contrast Studies 289 Myelography and Epidurography 289 Discography and Arthrography 290 Urethra Contrast Studies 291 Urethrography 291 Vaginal Contrast Studies 293 Vaginography 293 Urinary Tract Contrast Studies 294 IVP 294 Cystography 295 Additional Imaging Techniques 297 Computed Tomography and Echocardiography 297 Fluoroscopy 298 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Medicine 298 Ultrasonography 299 Ultrasonography 299 Basic Scanning Technique 300 Sites for Ultrasound Scanning 300 Interventional Radiology 302 Chapter 6: General Medicine 303 Cardiopulmonary 307 Asthma and Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome 307 Bronchitis and Cardiomyopathy, Hypertrophic 309 Cardiomyopathy, Dilated 312 Cardiomyopathy, Restrictive and Congenital Heart Diseases 314 Endocardiosis and Heartworm Disease 316 Congestive Heart Failure 319 Hypertension 321 Myocarditis and Pleural Effusion 323 Pneumonia 325 Rhinitis and Sinusitis and Tracheal Collapse 326 Dermatology 328 Acne 328 Acral Lick Dermatitis, Atopy, and Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD) 330 Food Hypersensitivity and Otitis Externa 332 Pyoderma 334 Endocrinology and Reproduction 336 Abortion and Diabetes Insipidus 336 Diabetes Mellitus 338 Dystocia and Eclampsia 340 Hyperadrenocorticism and Hyperparathyroidism 341 Hyperthyroidism and Hypoadrenocorticism 344 Hypoparathyroidism and Hypothyroidism 346 Mastitis 348 Pregnancy and Pyometra 349 Gastroenterology 351 Anal Sac Disease and Cholangitis and Cholangiohepatitis 351 Constipation and Megacolon 353 Diarrhea 355 Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) and Gastric Dilatation Volvulus (GDV) 357 Hepatic Disease and Failure 359 Hepatic Lipidosis and Infl ammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) 361 Megaesophagus 363 Pancreatitis and Peritonitis 365 Protein-Losing Enteropathy and Vomiting 367 Hematology 369 Anemia and Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) 369 Thrombocytopenia and von Willebrand?s Disease 371 Infectious Diseases 373 Brucellosis and Erlichiosis 373 Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Salmon Poisoning 375 Tetanus and Toxoplasmosis 377 Musculoskeletal 379 Arthritis 379 Cruciate Disease and Hip Dysplasia 381 Osteochondrosis and Osteomyelitis 383 Panosteitis and Patella Luxation 385 Neurology 386 Encephalitis and Epilepsy 386 Intervertebral Disk Disease and Meningitis 389 Myasthenia Gravis and Myelopathy 391 Vestibular Disease and Wobbler Syndrome 393 Oncology 395 Neoplasia 395 Histiocytoma, Mammary Gland Neoplasia, and Mast Cell Tumor 397 Various Neoplasias 399 Ophthalmology 407 Anterior Uveitis and Cataracts 407 Conjunctivitis and Entropion 409 Cilia Disorders and Glaucoma 411 Keratitis and Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS) 413 Lens Luxation and Prolapsed Gland of the Third Eyelid 415 Urology 417 Cystic Calculi, Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), and Pyelonephritis 417 Renal Failure 420 Urinary Tract Obstruction and Urinary Tract Infection 423 Chapter 7: Emergency Medicine 425 Emergency Medicine 427 Medical Preparedness 427 Emergency Supplies 427 Telephone Assessment and Emergency Transportation Recommendations 430 Inducing Vomiting at Home 432 Triage 432 Primary Survey 433 Modifi ed Heimlich Maneuver 434 Hemostasis 435 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 436 Secondary Survey 443 Shock 444 Types of Shock 445 Cardiovascular Emergencies 447 Environmental Emergencies 448 Gastrointestinal Emergencies 449 Hematologic Emergencies 450 Metabolic and Endocrine Emergencies 451 Neonate and Pediatric Emergencies 452 Neurological Emergencies 453 Ophthalmic Emergencies 454 Renal and Urinary Emergencies 455 Reproductive and Genital Emergencies 456 Respiratory Emergencies 457 Toxicologic Emergencies 458 Toxins 459 Trauma Emergencies 462 Section Four: Patient Care Skills 463 Chapter 8: Patient Care Skills 465 Patient Care 468 Monitoring Levels 468 Hospitalized Patient Care 469 Neonatal and Pediatric Care 471 Heat Administration 474 Cold Administration 475 Recumbent Patient Care 476 Medical Nursing 477 Patient Monitoring 477 Blood Pressure 477 Blood Pressure Procedure 478 Blood Pressure Evaluation 479 Central Venous Pressure 479 Passive Test 479 Active Test 479 Central Venous Pressure 480 Blood Gas Analysis 481 Blood Gas Analysis 481 Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation 482 Acid?Base Disturbances 483 Electrocardiogram 483 ECG Procedure 483 ECG Leads 485 ECG Interpretation 486 Normal Canine ECG 488 Heart Rate Calculation 489 Common Rhythm Abnormalities 490 Atrial Premature Contraction/Complex 492 S-T Elevation 492 Ventricular Premature Contraction/Complex 493 ECG Problems and Artifacts 494 Venipuncture 494 Venipuncture Vein Choice 495 Blood Sampling 495 Venous Blood Collection Techniques 496 Drug Administration 497 Injections 497 Intravenous Catheter Placement 498 Peripheral and Jugular 498 Arterial and Intraosseous 500 Monitoring and Maintenance 501 Chemotherapy 502 Chemotherapy Administration 502 Extravasation Injury 505 Chemotherapy Toxicity 506 Client Education: Monitoring Treatment Response 509 Insulin Therapy 510 Insulin Types 510 Insulin Handling 510 Insulin Dilution 510 Insulin Syringes 511 Blood Glucose Curve 511 Insulin Constant Rate Infusions (CRI) 511 Client Education: Insulin Administration 512 Client Education: Monitoring Insulin Response 513 Client Education: Monitoring for Hypoglycemia 514 Fluid Therapy 514 Hydration Assessment 515 Calculating Fluid Requirements 517 Routes of Fluid Administration 518 Commonly Used Fluids 519 Fluid Additives 521 Calculating Drip Rates 522 Monitoring Fluid Therapy 522 Blood Transfusions 524 Blood Types 524 Feline Blood Types 524 Blood Collection 525 Blood Products 527 Blood Administration 529 Blood Transfusion Reactions 530 Oxygen Therapy 531 Oxygen Administration 531 Routes of Oxygen Administration 532 Oxygen Hood and Nasal Catheter 532 Transtracheal and Tracheostomy 533 Chapter 9: Pain Management 535 Pain Management 537 Pain Management Myths 537 Types of Pain 537 Acute and Chronic Pain 537 Chronic Pain Evaluation 538 Pain Assessment 539 Expected Pain Associated with Illness, Injury, and Surgical and Hospital Procedures 539 Pain Scales 540 Instructions for Using the CSU Acute Pain Scale 542 Behaviors Suggesting Pain and Anxiety 545 Patient Follow-Up 548 Pain Management Drugs 548 Pain Management Drugs 549 Pain Management Techniques 555 Local Anesthesia 555 Constant Rate Infusions 555 Constant Rate Infusions Drugs 556 Constant Rate Infusion Calculations 558 Constant Rate Infusion Tips 559 Setting up an MLK Constant Rate Infusion 559 Nondrug Approach to Pain Management 560 Nondrug Approach 560 Patient Care to Decrease Pain and Anxiety 561 Chapter 10: Wound Care and Bandaging 563 Wound Treatment and Bandaging 565 Wound Healing Process 565 Classifi cation of Wounds 566 Factors Affecting the Healing Process 567 Wound Care 568 Client Education: Drain Care 570 Wound Cleaning Solutions 571 Topical Wound Medications 572 Wound Therapy 574 Wound Bandaging 575 General Bandaging Tips 577 Client Education: Bandage Care 578 Bandages 578 Head or Ear Bandage 578 Chest/Abdominal Bandage 579 Extremity Bandage 581 Robert Jones Bandage 587 Tail Bandage 589 Tie-Over Bandage 590 Splints and Casts 591 Distal Limb Splint 591 Casts 592 Slings 593 Ehmer Sling 593 90-90 Flexion 595 Velpeau Sling 596 Hobbles 597 Chapter 11: Medical Procedures 599 Bone Marrow Collection 601 Bone Marrow Collection 601 Gastrointestinal Procedures 603 Stomach Tube and Gastric Lavage 603 Gastrointestinal Tube Placement Verification 604 Abdominocentesis and Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage 604 Enema, Warm Water, DSS 605 Ophthalmic Procedures 606 Schirmer?s Tear Test, Fluorescein Sodium Stain, and Tonometry 606 Respiratory Procedures 607 Thoracocentesis and Thoracostomy Tube Placement 607 Nebulization, Coupage, and Metered-Dose Inhalers 608 Urogenital Procedures 609 Urine Collection: Voided, Manual Expression, and Cystocentesis 609 Urine Collection 610 Urine Collection Devices 610 Urinary Catheterization 611 Urinary Catheter Maintenance 612 Section Five: Anesthesia and Anesthetic Procedures 613 Chapter 12: Anesthesia 615 Guidelines for Safe Anesthesia 617 Preanesthesia 619 Preanesthetic Evaluation 619 Preanesthetic Drugs 620 Steps to Choosing a Preanesthetic Combination 621 Anesthesia 621 Anesthetic Equipment 621 Anesthetic Machine 621 Anesthetic Machine Setup 623 Dead Space 624 Anesthetic Breathing Systems 625 Ventilation 626 Ventilator Machine Setup 628 Ventilation Administration 628 Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation 630 Anesthetic Administration 630 General Anesthesia Induction 630 Endotracheal Intubation 632 Anesthetic Induction Complications 634 Local and Regional Anesthesia 635 Commonly Used Local Anesthetics 635 Local Anesthetic Uses 636 Perioperative 642 Anesthetic Monitoring 642 Patient Care 642 Stages of Anesthesia 644 Anesthesia Monitoring 646 Capnograph Waveforms 654 Postanesthetic 655 Recovery 655 Stages of Anesthesia Recovery 656 Postanesthetic Monitoring 658 Case-Based Anesthesia 661 Anesthetic Drugs 669 Preanesthetic Drugs 669 Anticholinergics, General Information 669 Anticholinergic Drugs 669 Phenothiazines, General Information 670 Phenothiazine Drugs 670 Benzodiazepines, General Information 671 Benzodiazepines 671 Alpha-2 Agonists, General Information 672 Alpha-2 Agonist Drugs 673 Opioids, General Information 674 Opioid Drugs 675 Injectable Induction Anesthetics 677 Barbiturates, General Information 677 Barbiturate Drugs 678 Cyclohexamines, General Information 679 Cyclohexamine Drugs 680 Propofol, General Information 681 Propofol 681 Alfaxalone, General Information 682 Alfaxalone 682 Etomidate, General Information 683 Etomidate 683 Inhalant Anesthetics 684 Inhalant Anesthetics, General Information 684 Inhalant Anesthetic Agents: Isoflurane and Sevoflurane 685 Inhalant Anesthetics: Desflurane 686 Chapter 13: Dentistry 687 Dentistry 689 Anatomy 689 Dental Instruments and Equipment 692 Handheld Instruments 692 Instrument Maintenance 692 Sharpening Technique 693 Mechanical Instruments 693 Dental Prophylaxis 694 Dental Cleaning Procedure 694 Dental Charting 697 Common Dental Disorders 702 Anatomical Disorders 702 Pathological Disorders 703 Radiology 704 Equipment 704 Technique Chart 705 Radiographic Film 705 Radiographic Techniques 706 Radiographic Positioning 706 Extractions 711 Extraction Procedures 711 Local Dental Nerve Blocks 712 Root Canal Treatment 715 Mixing ZOE and Notes on Gutta-percha 716 Vital Pulpotomy 716 Chapter 14: Surgery 717 Instrument Packs 720 Packing Instrument Packs 721 Folding Gowns for Sterilization 721 Folding Drapes for Sterilization 724 Wrapping Packs for Sterilization 725 Patient Preoperative Protocol 728 Surgical Preparation 730 Surgical Procedures 731 Abdominal Surgery 731 Abdominal Hernia, Diaphragmatic Hernia, Hepatectomy 733 Splenectomy 734 Aural Surgery 734 Aural Hematoma, Lateral Ear Canal Resection 735 Gastrointestinal Surgery 736 Anal Sacculectomy, Enterotomy 736 Gastric Dilation Volvulus and Gastrotomy 737 Intestinal Resection and Anastomosis 738 Integument Surgery 738 Abscess and Laceration 739 Mass Removal and Onychectomy 740 Neurological Surgery 741 Disk Fenestration, Dorsal Laminectomy, and Hemilaminectomy 742 Ophthalmic Surgery 743 Cataracts, Ectropion, and Entropion 744 Conjunctival Flap and Enucleation 745 Glaucoma and Nictitating Membrane Flap Replacement 745 Prolapse of the Gland of the Third Eyelid and Traumatic Proptosis 746 Orthopedic Surgery 746 Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Rupture, Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO), and Fracture Repair 747 Patellar Luxation, Total Hip Replacement, and Triple Pelvic Osteotomy (TPO) 748 Reproductive Tract Surgery 749 Cesarean Section, Orchiectomy, and Ovariohysterectomy 749 Neonatal Resuscitation Postcesarean 751 Postoperative Care of Neonates and the Dam 752 Thoracic Surgery 753 Sternotomy, Thoracotomy, Intercostal 754 Upper Respiratory Surgery 755 Stenotic Nares, Elongated Soft Palate, Everted Laryngeal Saccules 755 Laryngeal Paralysis/Tracheal Collapse 756 Urogenital Tract Surgery 756 Cystotomy and Urethostomy 757 Urethostomy 758 Suture Techniques 758 Suture Patterns 759 Knot Tying 760 Postoperative Care Protocol 760 Standard Postoperative Care Instructions 760 Preventing Self-Trauma 761 Alternative Surgical Options 761 Endoscopy 761 Flexible Gastrointestinal (GI) and Rigid 761 Laser Surgery 763 Radiation Therapy 764 Teletherapy, Brachytherapy and Systemic Therapy 764 Temperature Therapy 765 Hyperthermia and Cryosurgery 765 Section Six: Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacology 767 Chapter 15: Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine 769 Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine 770 Physical Rehabilitation 770 Benefi ts of Physical Rehabilitation 771 Physical Rehabilitation 773 Electric Stimulation Therapy 775 Laser Therapy 775 Magnetic Field Therapy 776 Temperature Therapy 777 Therapeutic Ultrasound Therapy 778 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) 778 Ayurveda and Chiropractic 780 Flower Essences and Homeopathy 781 Homotoxicology and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 782 Prolotherapy and Western Herbal Medicine 783 Chapter 16: Pharmacology 785 Basic Calculations 786 Appendix 825 Metric Units 825 Weights 826 Liquid Measure 826 Length 827 Kilograms to Body Surface Area 827 Disinfectants 828 Temperature Conversion 831 Abbreviations 833 Glossary 839 Bibliography 855 Index 869 Color plate section is found between pages 612 and 613.

About the Author

Candyce M. Jack, LVT, has a Bachelor of Science in zoology from the University of Washington and an associate degree in veterinary technology from Pierce Community College. She is currently licensed and working in Washington State and is a member of her state and national technician associations. Patricia M. Watson, LVT/Hospital Manager, has a Bachelor of Science in early childhood education from James Madison University and an associate degree in veterinary technology from Pierce Community College. She is currently licensed and working in Washington State and is a member of her state and national technician associations. Consulting Editor Valissitie Heeren, DVM, is an Associate Veterinarian at Seattle Veterinary Associates in Seattle, WA.

Reviews

Veterinary technicians will find this book to be a very good quick reference, and as such, it warrants purchase by any small animal practice. Veterinary technician students will also find it a useful resource. (JAVMA, 15 December 2014) Overall Veterinary Technician s Daily Reference Guide lives up to its title; it is a quick reference guide to dayto-day procedures and techniques used within a busy veterinary practice. I would recommend having this book on your shelf in addition to other veterinary nursing textbooks. (Veterinary Record, 26 July 2014)

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