Clinic Tools 1

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Clinic Tools 1
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Chapters 2 Diagnostic Instruments Chapter 3 Instruments for Small Animals Cat restraint tools
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  1. Feline restraint bag
  2. 1.
    2.
    • 1. nylon cat muzzle
    • 2. leather cat muzzle
  3. Inhalation chamber

    -Isoflurane/sevoflurane to anesthetize
  4. Sedative injectable (IM)
    • tourniquet
    • -to occlude a blood vessel so a venipuncture can be performed
    • -temporary muzzle
    • White Nail Trimmer
    • - to trim a small animals toenails when they have ben curved around to the extent of being nearly circular
    • CM: whites
    • Guillotine nail trimmer
    • -to trim the toenails of small animals
    • Nail scissors
    • cn:nail trimmer
    • -to trim the toenails of small animals
    • Fecal scoop
    • -retrieve a sample of feces from the rectum
    • -come in different sizes
    • Animal clippers
    • -to run clipper blades that shave the hair from an animals skin
    • cn: clippers
    • mouse and rat-restraint chamber
    • -to hold mouse or rat securely so that a parenteral injection may be administered
    • clipper blades
    • -to shave the hair from an animals skin, attach to an animal clipper
    • Ear bulb syringe
    • - deliver cleansing solution to the ear canal. It can also be used to flush wounds
    • cn: bulb syringe
    • rabbit bleeding box
    • -to hold rabbit securely so that a venipuncture may be performed on the ear, helps keep rabbit from breaking back
    • Silver Nitrate Sticks
    • -to stop bleeding from blood vessel
    • ophthalmoscope 
    • -viewing the external and internal structures of the eyeball
    • Otoscope
    • -to view the internal structure of the ear canal and eardrum
    • Stethoscope 
    • -to osculate (to hear) the heart, lung and digestive organs
    • Mercury Thermometer
    • -to determine body temp of an animal
    • -inserted into rectum for about 2 minutes
    • Digital thermometer
    • -determine body temp of animals
    • -inserted into the rectum

    • Aural thermometer 
    • -determine body demo of animal
    • -short probe into ear canal
    • Sphygmomanometer
    • -determine blood pressure
    • cn: blood pressure cuff
    • Pulse Oximeter 
    • -to monitor pulse and respiration rates, as well as oxygen saturation and body temp during surgery
    • ECG monitor combination
    • -to measure the electrical impulses of the heart as it beats
    • Taylor percussion hammer
    • -to perform a neurological exam
    • Keys Dermal Punch
    • -to obtain a dermal biopsy
    • -sharp edged, variety of diameters 2,3,4,6,8
    • cn: dermal punch, punch
    • Killian Vaginal Speculum
    • -to hold open the labia so the vaginal vault can be viewed, swabs taken, and medication delivered to the uterus. Also can be used during the unitary catheterization of a female
    • Polansky Canine Vaginal Speculum
    • -larger the the killian
    • -to hold open the labia so the vaginal vault can be viewed, swabs taken, and medication delivered to the uterus. Also can be used during the unitary catheterization of a female

    • Wood's Light
    • -to confirm or rule out the possibility of ringworm infections
    • Refractometer 
    • -to measure total solids in plasma and specific gravity in urine
    • Differential Cell Counter
    • -to aid in the counting of the white and red blood cells, platelets, and sperm
    • Hemancytometer
    • -to aid in the counting of white and red blood cells, platelets, and sperm
    • Fecalyzer
    • -to set up a fecal test for the presence of parasite.
    • X-Ray Measuring Caliper
    • -to measure an animals body parts so the settings on a radiograph machine can be determined
    • cn: caliper
    • Lead apron, gloves, and thyroid collar
    • to protect personnel from radiation exposure while they are taking radiographs

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