Veterinary Clinical Practice III

The course covers advanced anesthetic techniques, special radiographic techniques, advanced dentistry, sample collection and processing, bandaging, and emergency and critical care procedures. Topics include induction and maintenance of anesthesia, radiographic contrast studies, advanced dentistry, external coaptation, intensive care procedures, and advanced sample collection techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate proficiency in sample collection, radiology, anesthesia, critical care and emergency procedures, and dentistry.

  • Prerequisite: VET 126, VET 211, VET 213, VET 215
  • Corequisite: VET 212
Class Hours4
Lab Hours9
Clinic Coop Or Shop Hours0
Credit Hours4