VIDEO: How to Prepare for the Operating Room

Whether you’re a vet or a vet tech, stepping into an operating room for the first time may seem daunting. It doesn’t have to be! You already have all of the technical knowledge necessary to prepare an operating room successfully, but there are some nuances that you don’t want to forget. In this video, you’ll…

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Popular Veterinary Career Site and Continuing Education Provider Launch New Content Partnership

Vetcetera and Vet Candy join forces to introduce four new studio-quality continuing education courses focused on internal veterinary medicine  WAUKESHA, WISC (July 28, 2022)  Vetcetera, an online community for professional development and education for veterinary professionals and students, and Vet Candy, a veterinary news source and continuing education provider, today announced a new partnership that…

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Pit Viper Envenomation

Pit Viper Envenomation

Pit viper envenomation is a common emergency throughout a large portion of the United States. Pit vipers are snakes in the family Crotalinae and include rattlesnakes, copperheads, and cottonmouths. Envenomations may range from mild to severe. Dry bites—where no venom is injected—can occur, but are rare and happen in fewer than 15% of cases. This…

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Emotional and Spiritual Wellness

Emotional and Spiritual Wellness

Lauren S. Grider, DVM, CCFP Mark,* a twenty-eight-year-old emergency veterinarian, started getting serious about creating his self-care plan [link to article 3 of series] after a particularly difficult week. He had drawn holiday weekend duty in the ER, and his last shift was exceptionally busy, with a heavy load of trauma patients, many of which…

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