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Dictionary of Veterinary Terms: Vet-speak Deciphered for the Non-veterinarian Paperback – October 8, 2007
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This is a quick and useful guide for anyone interested in understanding the unique language of the veterinary medical profession. Dr. Coates presents an excellent tool for translation and simple explanations of medical terms and conditions.
This reference will be useful to any animal owner, veterinary student or veterinary technician. The reference guides at the back provide a quick educational avenue to pharmaceuticals, conversions and normal medical parameters.
This is a book that I wish I had during my veterinary education! --MJ Forman, DVM, DACVIM
Having over 10 years of combined experience as a CVT/CVPM and part-time instructor in an AVMA accredited Vet Tech program, I decided to challenge the book before actually reading it. Over a couple of days I thought about veterinary language I use on a routine basis, as well as terms I use with my clients. To my pleasant surprise I did not come up with a single term or word that was not referenced in this book. I recommend this book without hesitation. --VHMA Website, Nicole Kelley, CVT, CVPM
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