IntroductionThis chapter covers some of the most important aspects of veterinary nursing. The needs of a hospitalised animal include comfort, cleanliness, the administration of appropriate medication, plenty of stimulation and TLC.
This subject details nursing procedures undertaken to ensure that a patient receives the very best possible care during a period of hospitalisation.
In addition to achieving a competent education in the theory of nursing procedures, probably the most important aspect of this subject is to treat a patient as you yourself would expect to be treated in hospital.
Some common sense rules:
Learning ObjectivesThe learning objectives of this chapter are:
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