Students, challenge yourselves on anaesthesia

November 2015
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;11/28/2015, Vol. 177 Issue 21, pi
Academic Journal
The article provides suggestions on how veterinary students can be more useful in giving anesthesia in small animal practice. Students are advised to ask the supervising veterinarians if they can calculate and draw up anaesthetic drugs for animals. They are also expected to monitor anaesthesia including during the recovery period.


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