Guide to Bovine Clinics 4th Edition PDF. Like all infants, this book has grown into a more complete and usable clinical reference. Most of the changes made to the 3rd and 4th editions were of the “editing” kind.
Guide to Bovine Clinics 4th Edition PDF
New references were added and updated, along with a few conditions not included in the second edition. “Student’s” was dropped from the original title as practitioners have found it a useful addition to their clinic; those initially using it now practicing what they learned. It is hoped that it will be useful to all who endeavor to do just that, practice. Susan Pasquini.
Student’s Guide to Bovine Clinics is a quick reference guide for veterinary students. It should be especially helpful during the senior year in clinics.
The idea for this guide comes directly from Heidi Tschauner’s Senior Veterinary Student’s Guide to Small Animal Clinics. Dr. Tschauner compiled her guide as a senior veterinary student to help her assess cases quickly until a more thorough reference could be located. These pocket-sized guides are compiled by many senior students to provide quick references for pertinent veterinary facts. Heidi’s idea was for seniors to help revise her book to help other veterinary students. Once Heidi put all the information in the computer, Susan Pasquini (my wife) and I arranged it into charts and Sudz Publishing published it. Its instant success has been exciting.
This Guide is incomplete, but with continued work and the help from other seniors and faculty members
it may turn into the key to Bovine Clinics. Please send any ideas, criticisms, praise, corrections or charts to: Sudz Publishing.
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