August 2016

  • Review 3 important points for properly assessing patient hydration
  • Follow these guidelines for managing controlled substances
  • Explore 5 simple digital strategies to build a client base
Table of Contents August 2016

Image Quiz: Common & Easily Mistaken ECG Rhythms

Heart rate and rhythm disorders are commonly encountered in veterinary practice and appropriate recognition of these arrhythmias is needed to direct timely and accurate therapies.

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Long-Term Effects of Short-Term Spending

The effects of what you spend now can last for decades. Evaluate spending and develop a budget to set yourself up for future success.

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Assembling a Crash Cart

A well-stocked, well-prepared crash cart can positively affect the outcome of patients that experience cardiac or respiratory arrest. Use this guide to develop a crash cart appropriate for your practice.

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Top 5 Digital Strategies to Build a Client Base

Want to increase your online presence? Implement these simple and inexpensive tools to reach existing clients, attract new clients, and thrive in the digital age.

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Face-to-Face: Still the Best Way to Hire

Face-to-face interviews remain a critical component of the hiring process. Follow these steps for success in identifying the right candidate.

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Mitigate Mistakes with Practice Protocols

Mistakes happen—it is how they are handled that matters. Use standard operating procedures to eliminate inconsistencies and prevent errors.

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Hospital-Acquired Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections

Proper precautions can prevent hospital-acquired infection. Apply practical tips from this case to avoid risk and respond to suspected HAIs.

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Assessing Patient Hydration

Veterinary nurses play a key role in assessing hydration. Remember parameters from each of these 3 categories when evaluating patients.

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Is Scheduled Drug Management a Potential Time Bomb for Your Practice?

Effective management of controlled substances is imperative. Follow these guidelines to avoid costly consequences.

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