BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Advanced Veterinary Nursing, 2nd edition
Edited by: Alasdair Hotston Moore and Suzanne Rudd
Veterinary nursing has progressed rapidly in recent years, and this edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect these advances. Written for qualified veterinary nurses, particularly those undertaking a diploma or degree in veterinary nursing, this Manual provides practical information for those nursing at an advanced level. Includes:
- Advanced imaging, including endoscopy
- Nursing-led clinics
Advanced nursing practice; Advanced medical nursing; Clinical nutrition; Physiotherapy and rehabilitation; Management of the critical care unit; Advanced fluid therapy; Advanced anaesthesia and analgesia; Advanced surgical nursing; Dentistry; Endoscopy; Advanced imaging; Clinical pathology in practice; Practice administration; Nursing clinics; Behaviour; Index.
Belinda Andrews-Jones, UK; Trudi Atkinson, UK; Esther Barrett, UK; Emma Barty, UK; Amanda Boag, UK; Liz Branscombe, UK; Kathy Challis, UK; Daniel L. Chan, UK; Lindsay Crane, UK; Maureen Helm, UK; Sarah C. Hibbert, UK; Paula Hotston Moore, UK; Andrea Jeffery, UK; Philip Lhermette, UK; Rachel Lumbis, UK; Hayley L. McLeod, UK; Lisa Milella, UK; Jo Murrell, UK; Mark Pinches, UK; Gerry Polton, UK; Francesca Riccomini, UK; Chris Seymour, UK; Brian J. Sharp, UK; Mickey Tivers, UK; Alison Young, UK.
What they say:
“…The manual is hard to fault...an excellent extension manual for nurses...the clarity of expression by the multiple authors is to be commended…” Australian Veterinary Journal
“…extremely readable and practice oriented...of particular value as a reference tool for practicing veterinary technicians interested in advancing their professional skills...It also makes an excellent instructional text for use in any veterinary technician degree program…” JAVMA
“…an exceptionally well-presented manual, which is enjoyable to read and very easy to follow...I consider aspects of it to be essential for all student veterinary nurses in practice, who wish to expand their base knowledge during initial training...for nurses taking a degree in veterinary nursing or the advanced diploma, I think this second edition is an essential text to own or have in the practice library…” Veterinary Times
- Member price £49
- Price to non-members £70