Veterinary Clinical Practice II

This course covers basic radiography, anesthesia techniques, dentistry, sample collection and handling, surgical assistance and instrumentation, sterile techniques, and patient record keeping. Topics include basic radiology, injectable and gas anesthesia, dentistry, instrument identification and care, sterile surgical technique, specimen collection and processing, and maintenance of patient records. Upon completion, students should be able to take and process radiographs, administer and monitor anesthesia, assist in surgical procedures, collect specimens, and maintain surgical records.

  • Prerequisite: VET 133
  • Corequisite: VET 126, VET 211, and VET 215
Class Hours4
Lab Hours9
Clinic Coop Or Shop Hours0
Credit Hours4