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CRT

capillary refill time

husbandry

Basic care of animals

4 parts of husbandry

diet


housing


environment


identification

BCS

body condition score

perfusuon

oxygenated blood flow through tissues

preventative cares

vaccinations


neutering


Diet


exercise


Client education

passive immunity

passed from the mom to the baby

active immunity

actively doing to prevent disease

how is rabies transmitted?

saliva

how is leptospirosis transmuted?

urine

how is Lyme disease transmitted?

tics

retro virus

takes time between being infected to test positive. ex leukemia and aids

dyspnea

breathing difficulties

auscultate

listening to various sounds

eardrum

tympanic membrane

hairy

hirsute

equipment to evaluate the inside of the ear

otoscope

ear wax

Cerumen

classics symptom of ear mites

"coffee ground" appearance

classic symptom of aural hematoma

"pillow" appearance

dog heart rate

70-160 Bpm

cat heart rate

150-210 Bpm

dog respiratory rate

8-20 bpm

cat respiratory rate

8-30 bpm

temperature for dogs and cats

100.5-102.5 F

temperature elevation can be an early sign of..

infection

what does evaluation of perfusion involve?

mucous membrane color


capillary refill time


pulse strength and quality


body temperature

4 vital signs

body temperature


respiratory rate and effort


heart rate and rhythm


indications of perfusion

peritoneal

space between organs and abdominal cavity. it's a form of parenteral administration

parenteral

avoiding intestines. SC, ID, SC, IO, IP

enteral

going through intestines. PO, WG, rectal