Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses : A Clinical Approach
By Robin Sturtz; Lori Asprea, FileType: PDF
The authors and the illustrator have all been students as well as teachers of veterinary science. We have long talked about putting together a book that reflects how we think about the subjects of anatomy and physiology. For one thing, we sought to have the anatomy and the physiology portions of the book as two separate sections. In some veterinary technology programs, anatomy and physiology are actually taught as separate courses. Even when they are combined, it can be more helpful to build on the foundation of a complete understanding of the anatomy in order to understand the complexity of physiology. Laboratory Manual for Clinical Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians 3rd Edition
We all agree that adding clinical scenarios makes the information more interesting and, thus, easier to remember. Anatomy and physiology are not part of our curriculum for the sake of theory. The aim of the study of these topics is to be able to apply this knowledge to daily practice in a clinic, hospital, or research facility.
In this first edition, there are materials that have no doubt been excluded that might have been included, or concepts that were included but do not strike the readers as interesting to the same level that the authors find them to be. We fervently hope that this work will be of use. We hope equally as much that you, the reader, will let us know what information you would like added or subtracted as we move forward. Please note that any errors are solely the responsibility of Dr. Sturtz.
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