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Save $10 when purchased as a set. The ultimate veterinary educational pack containing the MiniVet Guide, Radiology Flashcards, and the Clinical Pathology Flashcards and pen. These resources are designed to make a vets life easier, pocket-sized, concise and clinically focused they are the perfect companion for small animal practice.
The MiniVet Guide is a small easily portable booklet containing what you need to know to get you through everyday presentations. It is designed to help students through their final year of rotations as well as aid new veterinarians through their first years of clinical practice.
It contains information about common presenting conditions in a simple and concise format. From treating a straightforward case of gastroenteritis to working through a complex Addisonian crisis, the MiniVet Guide has it covered. The flowcharts help direct you down a pathway towards a diagnosis while the individual chapters provide more information about common differentials.
It is a perfect study companion for final exams, a great reference for practical rotations and will be your backup to get you through busy consults. The MiniVet Guide is there to make our veterinary careers a little easier. It is not just a book- it’s a lifesaver!
These flashcards contain skilfully illustrated diagrams and images aimed to demonstrate the most common clinically relevant structures seen when assessing blood, urine, skin and fecal samples under the microscope.
The radiology flashcards combine skilfully illustrated diagrams with key points of information to make interpretation of thoracic and abdominal radiographs easier and less stressful. They outline how to identify, interpret and what differential diagnoses to consider for commonly seen changes.
Focusing on thoracic and abdominal structures
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