Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians, 2E

by Jennifer Serling, CVT; B.S. and Kate Arnold, CVT; B.S.

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A unique approach to veterinary pharmacology

Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians is a beautiful, full-color, integrated package that will enhance any veterinary technology program. As part of the overall experience, the text includes Student Activities and is packaged with an Instructor Resource Guide, Lesson Plans, Instructional Power Point presentations, Procedural Videos, and comprehensive Question Banks.

Each chapter of the text opens with Learning Objectives and a Case Study, and closes with Chapter Review Questions and a Case Study follow-up. The comprehensive textbook provides the detail required for veterinary technician students to pass the VTNE, assuring total comprehension. The text is written to assure your program's adherence to AVMA accreditation standards and to providing positive student outcomes.


Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to Pharmacology
  2. Methods and Routes of Administration
  3. Math
  4. Pharmacy Management
  5. Nervous System Drugs
  6. Cardiovascular Drugs
  7. Anti-Inflammatory Medications and Pain Relief
  8. Gastrointestinal and Urinary System Drugs
  9. Fluid Therapy Agents
  10. Antimicrobials and Antiparasitics
  11. Chemotherapeutics and Immune System Drugs
  12. Endocrine System Drugs
  13. Respiratory System Drugs
  14. Ophthalmic and Optic Medications
  15. Topical Therapies
  16. Emergency Drugs
  17. Vitamins and Supplements

Appendix 1: Formularies
Appendix 2: Drug List
Appendix 3: Categorical Drug List
Appendix 4: Glossary
Appendix 5: Bibliography and Webliography
Appendix 6: Index


Textbook


Student Activities


Question Bank Samples


Procedural Videos/Animations

Videos available:

  • Equine oral medication (syringe)
  • Equine jugular blood collection
  • Equine intramuscular injections
  • Bovine oral medication (balling gun)
  • Bovine coccygeal venipuncture
  • Bovine intramuscular injections
  • Canine and Feline oral med
  • IV injection (cephalic and saphenous)
  • Canine blood collection (jugular)
  • Canine subcutaneous injection
  • Canine Intramuscular injection
  • Feline subcutaneous injection
  • Feline Intramuscular injection

3D Animations available:


Instructor's Resource Guide Samples


Instructor's PowerPoints Samples


Instructor's Lesson Plans