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How To: Review for North American Veterinary Licensing Exam

Before obtaining the permission to practice as a veterinarian, all veterinary students must pass the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination, or NALVE. This video animal medical tutorial covers a lot of the basic concepts of anesthesia, including equipment and drugs, on both small and large animals that were taught in veterinary school and would be tested in the final examination. Learn how to review anesthetic procedure and prepare for the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam by ...

How To: Learn basic hemostatic technique in veterinary surgery

Some bleeding is to be expected from any procedure when even the most skilled veterinary surgeon performs an operation. Hemostasis is the physiological process of stopping the loss of blood, and a skill required of any veterinarian, from the most fundamental of procedures to advanced. This video animal surgery tutorial shows some basic hemostatic techniques for use in veterinary surgery.

How To: Perform basic suturing for veterinary procedures

This surgical how-to video shows several different basic techniques for veterinary suturing stitches. Various tools, such as forceps, grips, hand positions, and stitches are demonstrated. Learn how to comfortably and efficiently execute good suturing in veterinary procedures by watching this video animal surgery tutorial.

How To: Treat ringworm

Have you ever gotten ringworm? It's pretty disgusting. It's caused by an overgrowth of a fungus. Learn how to treat ringworm from this professional dermatologist. The best treatment you should start with is an over-the-counter anti-fungal. If you don't see any improvement with daily use after two weeks, it's probably time to go call your dermatologist.

How To: Perform dog arthrocentesis veterinary medical tests

An aging dog in poor health might be a candidate for a variety of clinical tests. Arthrocentesis, also known as joint aspiration, is a medical procedure in which synovial fluid is collected from a joint capsule via syringe that in turn is tested to diagnosis gout, arthritis, and certain types of infections. This video veterinary tutorial demonstrates the process of performing the procedure of canine arthrocentesis.

How To: Restrain a cow for surgical or farming purposes

There are a number of halters, cattle anti-kicking devices and maneuvers that restrain a cow for veterinary examination purposes. This video veterinary tutorial shows some devices and techniques to prevent and restrain a cow from kicking an examiner. Some of these restraints are also important to farmers for implementing milking procedures onto a new cow.

How To: Tie a cow's tail for surgical or practical purposes

A cow's tail might be in the way of a variety of veterinary procedures or other practical functions. In order to get the tail out of the way, the cow's tail may be tied. Learn how to tie a cow's tail for surgical or any purpose without hurting the cow or damaging the bones by watching this video veterinary tutorial.

How To: Get rid of skin tags

Dr. Schultz explains how to get rid of skin tags. Skin tags are harmless pieces of skin that can be found in skin folds, under the arms etc. To remove them your dermatologist will simply remove them with a small scissors. It is painless and there will be no bleeding. It will heal really fast, within a day or so. Visit your dermatologist to remove them easily and painlessly.

How To: Perform emergency CPR and first aid on a pet dog

Dogs can choke or find themselves in emergency situations and require urgent medical assistance. While a veterinary aid is still mandatory, these CPR and first aid measures can be life-saving in a crucial moment. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to save a pet dog's, or cat's, life by CPR and first aid medical techniques.

How To: Recognize hip dysplasia in dogs

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to recognize hip dysplasia in dogs. Learn about Hip Dysplasia in dogs. Dr. Anthony Cambridge, who is board certified in veterinary surgery, talks about what Hip Dysplasia is and how to recognize if you dog has this problem.

How To: Detect strangles in a horse

A veterinarian explains one of the most commonly encountered respiratory diseases affecting horses. Find out what horses get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of strangles. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect strangles in a horse.

How To: Detect cruciate ligament rupture in a pet dog

A veterinarian explains everything you need to know about rupture of cruciate ligament in dogs. Find out what dogs get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of cruciate ligament rupture. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect canine cruciate ligament rupture in a pet dog.

How To: Detect glaucoma in a dog or cat eye

A veterinarian explains everything there is to know about Glaucoma in dogs and cats. Find out what dogs and cats get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of hip glaucoma. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect glaucoma in a pet dog or cat.

How To: Detect canine hip dysplasia

A veterinarian explains everything you need to know about Hip Dysplasia in dogs. Find out what dogs get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of hip dysplasia. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect canine hip dysplasia in a pet dog.

How To: Insert a catheter into a cow for a urine sample

Sometimes it is necessary to insert a catheter into a cow to obtain a urine sample. Catheterization can be a tricky process, but urine samples are a helpful diagnostic tool for many veterinarians to detect illness and other medical problems in cattle, as well as other animals. Learn how to insert a catheter into a cow to collect a urine sample by watching this video veterinary tutorial.

How To: Detect conjunctivitis in pet rabbits

A veterinarian explains everything you need to know about conjunctivitis in young rabbits. Find out what rabbits get it, what it is and how to recognize symptoms of conjunctivitis. Watch this video veterinary tutorial and learn how to detect conjunctivitis in a pet bunny rabbit.

How To: Unravel the hoof of an equine

Are you a veterinarian? Want to know more about the hoof of a horse? Well, check out this educational video on the equine thoracic limb: the hoof. After dissecting the horse, take a deep look at the hoof to understand and know the inner science of its anatomy. This is a great tutorial for all veterinary practices, for equines that is.

How To: Reduce facial redness

This video is about how to reduce facial redness. The first thing that you have to do is to consult a dermatologist to make sure the redness is not a symptom of a disease or a skin disease. The next step that you will have to do is wash your face with a cleanser which contains oat extracts. After washing your face with a cleanser, apply moisturizer with feverfew. The next step is to simply add a primer followed by a green-tinted foundation to camouflage redness. After wards, soak the wash clo...

How To: Prevent ticks from spreading disease in dogs and cats

Ticks. They're everywhere, and they're a pet owner's worst nightmare. Ticks can spread deadly diseases to your dogs and cats, even to people, so it's important to know all the tick prevention tips. Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid, and see how to prevent ticks from spreading disease in dogs and cats with this video tutorial.

How To: Remove brown spots from your skin

In this video, we learn how to remove brown spots from your skin. These develop over time on your hands and face. First, you will need to buy sunscreen and use this as often as possible when you go outside. Next, you need a bleach cream that will stop the body from making extra brown pigment. Also a topical treatment will work with the bleach cream that will peel off the layers that are holding the brown spots. If none of these work, you can see your dermatologist and have them removed perman...

How To: Get rid of spider veins

Dr. Schultz explains how to get rid of spider veins. The best treatment for spider veins depends on where they are. 1. On your legs, the best treatment is injections. It takes one to several treatments after which you will then be advised to wear tight compression stockings for three days. 2. If the spider veins is on your face, the best treatment is lasers where they usually work the first time and is not painful. 3. See your dermatologist for a treatment to get rid of spider veins.

How To: Get rid of ugly scars

Scars can make you feel self conscious. Luckily, there are steps we can take to reduce their appearance without surgery. So, avoid the operating room and check out this video - its full of useful tips for hiding and eliminating your scars.

How To: Control extreme underarm or armpit sweating

In this video Dr. Schultz will show you how to control extreme underarm sweating. If you suffer from extreme underarm sweating, despite regular use of antiperspirants, follow these steps: Make an appointment with your doctor so that they can give you a prescription for a topical antiperspirant called Drysol. This liquid is applied once a week, at bedtime, and is covered with cling wrap. After a few weeks you will see a significant reduction in the amount of underarm perspiration you experienc...

How To: Manage a kitten and cat in the same home

The Kitten Connection Video Series from Purina will help you welcome your new kitten into your life with confidence! Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist and pet expert Dr. Karen Sueda shares her best tips and advice in these 13 exclusive Purina Kitten Chow videos. Watch them now to get your new relationship off to a healthy, happy start.

How To: Give your cat a pill

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to give your cat a pill. Dr. Mike will show you how you can pill your feline. There are some cats that can be very difficult to pill, so it might be a good idea to start off with trimming your cats nails. Some aggressive cats may actually have to be wrapped up in a blanket or towel, to help prevent scratching.

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