VETERINARY BASICS: Things you should know before going into a clinic . . . | Vet School

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This weeks video is a brief introduction to basic veterinary information for spending time in a small animal clinic: including temperatures, heart rates, respiratory rates, blood pressure, positioning, anatomy and radiographs!
Let me know if you have any questions or comments below :)
Timestamps:
0:00 Beginning
1:15 TPRs
3:14 Blood pressure
4:08 Positioning
5:49 Anatomy
8:17 Mucus membranes
9:36 Radiographs

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Jess, soon to be Dr. Cliffe- I am a veterinary professor in the US and I just wanted to say how awesome these vlogs are. You're answering questions that I myself wanted to know the answers to before starting vet school also. Wish you all the best with your education and career!!!!

Author — TruthBeTold

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I'm a freshman in highschool. I just want to know more about veterinary medicine but thank you so much a lot of good information!

Author — Gisellye Torres

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I'm 13 and since I was 9 I knew I wanted to be a veterinarian. After coronavirus calms down in my area, I really wish to volunteer in my local animal shelters! I am so interested and passionate about helping animals and I specifically want to study farm animals. This video is great and really helpful!

Author — moss

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I've been a veterinary receptionist in Ohio (USA) for a few years now and started watching these videos out of curiosity. I'm learning so much and already understand patient charts so much better than before. It's helping me to communicate with our doctors and clients more efficiently as well! Thank you!

Author — Elisabeth Reese

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This was a really good recap of things I forgot to take notes of during my placements! Could you do another one on basic surgery preparation procedures and anaesthesia?

Author — Nandini Sharma

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Hey Jess!! It's 4 months after what I had commented. Due to what you've taught me I have made it into the classes that I need to in order to put my vet dream one step further, I can't thank you enough you're a hero! I hope we could meet in the future or talk or something and I will be sure to comment every time that I have something to ask! Thanks again jess you're awesome! <33

Author — Ambience Central

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Hey guys! Hope you enjoy/find this helpful! Let me know if anything in is this video is incorrect or different internationally, I'm a vet student too so just willing to learn like all of you are! Thanks so much for your patience with my uploads, been busy recently 😊 xx

Author — Jess Cliffe

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I’m 16 and a sophomore in high school and all of my life, I’ve wanted to become a veterinarian but lately I’ve been thinking about not being one. Thank you so much for this video, it really helped!!

Author — Savannah

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This was ABSOLUTELY GREAT and HELPFUL thank you so much! Im starting my first semester in August and I'm super excited and nervous! Thank you again, excellent video! Best wishes!!! :)

Author — Leahs Tipe

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I’m in 10th grade currently doing (Math Pure, Physics, Life sciences and IT) I wanted to become a vet since I was 4 in Grade R. I want to specialize in ophthalmology. Your channel has been so informative and interesting, thanks for doing what you do. I hope to follow in your footsteps in the future. love from South Africa 🇿🇦 ❤️

Author — Alex

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I just started in a vet clinic and this is very helpful! thank you, i love watching your videos.

Author — Charlotte Emma

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I’ll be starting vet school in a few months, and this is really helpful!! Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge!! Also, do you have any book recommendations or anything that can help me prepare for vet school? ♥️

Author — Paula Justine Santos

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Yup, you definitely move to lateral saphenous on dogs if you blow the Cephalics. Actually it can be preferred to use these veins if a dog is head shy or has wounds on the forelimbs etc.. In cats we use the medial rather than lateral.

Author — Michelle Maat

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I'm 12! And I'm really interested in becoming a vet as I work very well with animals and my face lights up whenever I see them, thank you so much for this information! I am really excited to learn this and use this when I hopefully make it into vet school, I subbed and liked and have bookmarked this in case I need a fresh reminder! thank you so much Jess! <333

Author — Ambience Central

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Thank you so much for this! I'm starting my externship for my school and I needed this and it has made me way more confident in what I will be doing :)

Author — Hannah Packer

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Really useful video! I have my first training day at my local vets tomorrow for a veterinary nursing assistant and this has really helped re fresh my knowledge and boost my confidence thank you :)

Author — Emily D

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Loved the video, I liked how you broke down the subjects without going into too much detail! I will be starting RVC for VetMed 2021 entry (worlds first vet school to be established). I can’t wait!

Author — Callum Naylor

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This was so helpful thank you, currently on placement and needed a quick refresher ☺️

Author — Heavenly Ruby

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This was actually so helpful in answering all the questions I was too embarrassed to ask my techs haha. I think a trick to remember VD vs DV is that whatever body part the X-rays hitting first goes first in the name.

Author — Eyal Brodsky

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I'm a college student and have decided to major in veterinary medicine so I'm glad to learn this💗💗

Author — Kai