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Guide of scientific systems in canine, Cats, Rabbits, and Rodents is the 3rd version of this esteemed veterinary drugs vintage. The 3rd version bargains readers improved assurance of small unique mammals corresponding to gerbils, hamsters, and guinea pigs, along a radical revision of the typical methods for canines, cats, and rabbits. geared up within the related effortless layout of previous editions, the Manual is an important buy for small and unique animal veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
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26). 9. Remove needle from vein and immediately apply pressure with dry cotton ball to venipuncture site. 10. Apply previously prepared bandage with some compression to cephalic, saphenous, or femoral venipuncture site. Hold firm pressure on jugular venipuncture site for at least 60 seconds. 11. Note on animal’s medical record that medication was given. 39 Rationale/Amplification 7. A rapid flow of blood into the syringe is assurance of proper needle placement. 8. When a volume greater than 5 mL or when any irritating substance is injected intravenously, it is advisable to check needle placement within the vein by aspirating blood into the syringe several times during the injection.
9. A small intradermal bleb of fluid should be present at the injection site. 10. Local anesthesia may be used for excision of small benign skin lesions and suturing of small wounds. Figure 3-6 Inserting needle intradermally. INJECTION TECHNIQUES 47 Figure 3-7 Intradermal injection. Technical Action skin, using 2% chlorhexidine scrub and 70% alcohol (Chapter 16, p. 173–175). 12. Inject local anesthetic intradermally, repeating Nos. 6 to 8, p. 46. Rationale/Amplification 12. The volume of local anesthetic used will depend on the size and location of the lesion.
Santa Barbara, American Veterinary Publications, 1985 Wolz G: Personal Communication, 1982 Chapter 2 BLOOD COLLECTION It is impossible for anyone to begin to learn what he thinks he already knows. epictetus ROUTINE VENIPUNCTURE Routine venipuncture is the placement of a needle into a vein. Purposes 1. To obtain a sample of venous blood for routine clinical pathology tests, for example, complete blood count (CBC) and serum chemistry determinations 2. To administer medications, fluids, blood, and certain test substances Complications 1.