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Discussion in 'Veterinary' started by rocibell, 04.28.06.

  1. dvmjakish

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    There is a series of books called the national veterinary medical series. These books has been written practically for the NAVLE.
    So you can cover almost everything except anesthesia.

    The things that I read from Merck were about the diagnosis of the infectious diseases, FIV, FeLV, Rabies,,,, like if you get a positive FIV test in a 2 months old kitten , then what? Is he/ she really infected …
    Also I read more about lameness in large animals and large animal surgery (FL UN videos are great for this part). Oh, and the hematology section from Merck too..

    My story with The BCSE was, that I had studied for the NAVLE before the BCSE so it was very easy for me to pass it.
    I basicly went over all the things that I read before really quickly not too much detailed.
    There is a book that you can depend on of the BCSE though it has 80 % of what you need to know, it’s called ” Moby’s comprehensive review for veterinary technician” Amazon it.

    some materials online…
    http://www.upei.ca/~vetrad/lectures.htm
    This will tell you everything about how to read an x-ray .. the one that every one love , thoracic radiology

    So what I think you really should read is the national veterinary medical series . only because you have 4 more months, so when you are ready for NAVLE you will feel more comfortable reading the same books.

    If you want quick fix and just worry about BCSE then concentrate on "Moby’s comprehensive review for veterinary technician". and read extra about very common diseases..
  2. Farzin

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    Thank you so much for your advices:).Could you please tell me what is FL UN videos? and how can I find it? As you know I really need some good materoials for lameness.
    I do appreciate about all.

    Cheers,
    Farzin
  3. dvmjakish

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    this is the link for the vedios.
    http://www.vetmed.ufl.edu/FORVET/NAVLE/index.asp
    if it ask for password let me know.. once you check it you will find out your self. they are very good videos of luctures made for thr NAVLE , also great for BCSE. and they are free. these videos are must see..
  4. Farzin

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    Hey DVMjakish,
    Unfortunately need password and username and don't know about these:( and I think,I can just able to see small animal neurology with these password & username.
    If you need my Email, is [email protected] . Thanks again for your help.
  5. DAVMD

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    Hi Everybody,
    I just recently find out about this wonderful network and want to take a moment to thank everyone who gives us(foreing graduate vets) any guidance for study materials and courses. I am veterinarian from Europe. I had my own practice of large animals over there. Now I am working in private small animal practice and getting ready for BCSE in order to get my licence to practice vet medicine in US.
    I am glad to be here and I can not wait to share anything with anybody, and to learn something that I, obviously, do not know(failed NAVLE april, 2007).
    Sincerely,
    DAVMD :)
  6. susu1234

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    http://www.vetvideos.com/

    hey, check this site, the link was here in the past on the forum, you can watch there the same files of university of florida and much more for free with no need for passward, g'd luck mate ;)
  7. WittyB

    WittyB Turkish Delight's Husband

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    Hello, I'm here helping my wife through her ECFVG process. It's been grueling, but any students who have graduated from Kafkas University in Kars, Turkey have a lot less work than we had. There is an insane amount of work (plus political foot-rubbing) to get a college accredited by the AVMA. But, it's done.

    I've been reading through this, and trying to correlate books to Amazon.com, but I'm trying to find out exactly how many books are in the "National Medical Veterinary Series"

    This forum has been great, I hope it stays around for a long time to come.

    By the way, any Vet Hopefuls in the greater Philadelphia Area? We live up north in Quakertown, and would be interested to meet and talk to someone going through the process. We're just getting started ourselves.
  8. veti

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    first of all you should know that in NY it is enough to do the NAVLE to work, and you don't have to complete the whole program.
    Maybe also in Ohio
    google NY state veterinary license and you will see the info.
    second of all- the uni of Florida has a program for teaching 2 the NAVLE. when I was studying I also went to the US uni's websites. some of them have the courses material online and you can just read those
    good luck
  9. jitkarie

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    Hi Veti, sorry to spoil your excitement (since I fell down on the foor as well as you:), but in NY you have to have the certification of finishing ECFVG. Not just enrollment. I am in FL which is much less strict and I thought the same as you tat NAVLE is ennough to get a licence. But unfortunately it's not true.
  10. lizivet

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    You will be happy to know that Veti is right and you are wrong. I got my NY state license 2 years ago with doing only the NAVLE...! And I know that they did not change the rules since my best friend who just graduated outside of the US got her license 7 months ago, with the NAVLE only.
    After reading your reply to Veti I went back to the NY website and I am thrilled to tell you that you are wrong. Check it out in this link:
    http://www.op.nysed.gov/vetlic.htm
  11. lizivet

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    downside is that u get a 3 year license and in order to get a permanent one u need to get a green card, which is the tricky part. I have a working visa, but after 2 years I still did not get the green card
  12. jitkarie

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    To Lizivet

    Hi Lizivet, I looked there and all I see is this:

    Graduates of unaccredited veterinary medicine programs must present evidence of acceptable clinical education .....
    • residency ...
    • certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates. (Verification of any such certification should be forwarded by the AVMA to the Department.); or ....
    Says Certification from ECFVG.
    Do I understand it wrong? Do you know anything about Florida if NAVLE is enough? Since I wish it was possible. But I have CPE in May so I will survive by then, hopefully, as a technician
    Tnx, J.
  13. K94EVER

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    Hi,
    I also applied for a license in New York a couple of months ago, with just passing the NAVLE, and got a whole list of things back that were missing for the license. Among others were "proof of clinical education" like a residency or clinical year in an accredited Vet school (which I don't have) OR ECFVG certification (which I will only get after passing the CPE). So in the end it doesn't seem to be so easy to get the license... Maybe you guys were more lucky? Or is there a trick, something I missed?
    Thanks for any input I can get.


  14. jitkarie

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    Hi K9,
    that's what has happened to me in FL!:)
    Got the whole list of missing things.
    But you have CPE in April, no? So you have to survive only 2 more months.
    Good luck at CPE!!!!
    J
  15. WittyB

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    Could I please have a little more verification on the NY Licensing issue? Perhaps, Lizivet, there was something that you had done in the past that satisfied the clinical requirements for the NY state license. It looks like this isn't really a viable alternative, and if it were, it would only be valid if you lived in the state.
  16. jitkarie

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  17. WittyB

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    Are there any folks here who have participated in the BCSE Exam? I'd like to know good study guides, besides the 70-odd books that they have listed on the test website. It appears that the Mosby Technican handbook seems informative, but there has to be more.

    Thanks!
  18. dvmjakish

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    you should get the national veterinary medical series they are good for both BCSE and NAVLE. they are the reason I passed both, although they are not enough 100% for the Navle but I got 90% of total what I have read from them.
  19. dvmjakish

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    Thanks for the link. I'm sure it will help in the CPE. I just wish they have one for dogs too. because that what we will be working on.
  20. Janim

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    Hello,

    I will be travelling to Kuwait within the next 2 months on work. Currently, I am not a student, but I do wish to study simultaneously through my work period in Kuwait. I am very interested in Veterinary Physiotherapy and I have been given to understand that I would need to specialize in Human Physiotherapy first.

    I doubt though that Kuwait has educational institutions in relation to the above, but the internet shows Dubai as one of the places in the Middle East where such a study is possible.

    Does anyone know if online study is available in this field? Who could I speak with in Kuwait / Dubai that could advise me on how to go about this study? I have absolutely no idea on costs, specializations, study material, etc. and need to talk to someone who can give me good brief on what I should do.

    Thank you!
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    Hello,

    I will be travelling to Kuwait within the next 2 months on work. Currently, I am not a student, but I do wish to study simultaneously through my work period in Kuwait. I am very interested in Veterinary Physiotherapy and I have been given to understand that I would need to specialize in Human Physiotherapy first.

    I doubt though that Kuwait has educational institutions in relation to the above, but the internet shows Dubai as one of the places in the Middle East where such a study is possible.

    Does anyone know if online study is available in this field? Who could I speak with in Kuwait / Dubai that could advise me on how to go about this study? I have absolutely no idea on costs, specializations, etc. and need to talk to someone who can give me good brief on what I should do.

    Thank you!
  23. Janim

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    Hi, I'm sorry for the message being sent twice. Was attempting to copy and paste the same message in another thread and accidentally resent it in the same one. Pardon me!
  24. rsa09

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    hi Gustavo,
    I passed the QA test:) and interested to know regarding the VCSA ..how did u do the exam? how did u prepare for it?
    thanks.
  25. vetjeon

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    Hi~ rsa09,

    Congratulation!!
    but...I did not pass the QE test....:(

    Could you tell me about books that you use to study for reparing the QE.
    Specially, I really want to know what parasitology book is better...

    Thank in advance all your help...
  26. Gustavo Brasil

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    Not good news. I didnt pass the VCSA. So I have to take it again, which I dont know when it is going to be. Right now, I am trying to get ready for the NAVLE in april.
    gustavo
  27. hpoo

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    hi richyvet
    i am new veterinarian, and i`ve moved states 6 months ago.i want to go through pave program, but i really don`t know what to read.
    i `ve heard about student`s notes that they are really usefull.
    i just want to know if you have them ,or know how i can get them
    if you are interested:[email protected]
  28. hpoo

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    hi farzin
    i am preparing for next year, but i`ve not registered in any of pave or ecfvg program.i`ve moved here only 6 months ago , and i am still pretty confused. i need some organize information and notes.i am looking for students notes.do u have any idea?
    if you are interested to touch;[email protected]
  29. hpoo

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    :)hi dvmjakish
    i am a new member,thanks for your guidance. i`ve moved here recently. i went to the link that you mentioned , but it wasn`t free.
    if you interested to give me a hand;[email protected]:luck:
  30. hpoo

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    u passed!congradulation:clap:
    cheers
  31. dvmjakish

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    can you tell me which link you are talking about ?
  32. ruffo

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    for dvmjakish Hi, my name is Angela? I am very glad the people like you are still around the world. I was reading trough out the forum.To me you seen very interesting in helping everybody. thanks for all your advices and I will pray for you to do well in the day off your test.
  33. Farzin

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    I just check the forum now,then sorry to answer your questions late:),
    I am not familar with PAVE,but know about ECFVG.First of all you should get your Toefl or other English languages and after that you can be ready to take BCSE. It's about Basic and Clinical materials.Most of materials are about students notes about Anatomy & Parasitology& Toxicology & Pathology and Medicine and also Surgery,Anesthesia.I think, this exam need just some general information,not details.The best advise about BCSE and NAVLE, is DVMJakish's advise that he mentioned in #352 (same page) and exactly depond your time and plane.As he said if you have more than 5 months, it's better you'll start NVMS books and don't waste your time with 10000 of other refrences,but about me is different and I don't have time (just 2 months) and I can read my university's notes.
    Hope you find your way and be ready for exam.
    Cheers,
    Farzin.
  34. dvmjakish

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    Thank you Ruffo,I'm glad I can help.
  35. hpoo

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    thanks for your advice,i am interested for pave more because they still accept the one year rotation
    i wish u best for your test
    i `ve started nvms canine anatomy last week,but my big problem is toefl/ielts
  36. hpoo

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    does anybody have info about how to get usa student`s notes?
  37. dvmjakish

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    These videos for everybody ... videos for many diffrent procedures .. good for CPE .. ENJOY

    (vt2242) Scrabbing, Gowning and Gloving
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4490794931 311867191&hl=en

    (vt2245) Preparation and Drapping of the Canine Surgical Patient
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2382367585 890298112&hl=en

    (vt2261) Bone Marrow Aspiration Biopsy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4953415127 475383802&hl=en

    (vt2262) Cerebrospinal Fluid Collection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2943261546 584954734&hl=en

    (vt2263) Arthrocentesis
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-354350113 5922235388&hl=en

    (vt2264) Urogenital Techniques
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-175555572 7542969161&hl=en

    (vt2265) Tracheal Wash
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4530645161 387886234&hl=en

    (vt2266) Physical Examination
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-649852772 6437870781&hl=en

    (vt2267) Intravenous Catheter Placement
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-681376800 3129239324&hl=en

    (vt2268) Aspiration Biopsy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-683904409 9477140674&hl=en

    (vt2269) Blood Sample Collection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7300703519 205566471&hl=en

    (vt2270) Chest Tube Placement
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7751135571 340200388&hl=en

    (vt2271) Restraint of the Dog and Cat
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-831498803 5011729331&hl=en

    (vt2272) Thoracocentesis - Abdominocentesis
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-747098425 508229890&hl=en

    (vt2273) Medication Administration
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-690875024 611206587&hl=en

    (vt2274a) Tail tying
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-335665491 3389880021&hl=en

    (vt2274b) Intramuscular Injections
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-337900030 4809943715&hl=en

    (vt2274c) Subcutaneous Injections
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-813124358 9817334533&hl=en

    (vt2274d) Epidural Anesthesia
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1931187717 457343937&hl=en

    (vt2274e) Tail Vein Blood Collection and Injection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-876697190 7276110685&hl=en

    (vt2274f) Jugular vein Blood Collection and Injection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=5179220614 784488271&hl=en

    (vt2274g) Restraining D
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-676121704 8822203559&hl=en

    (vt2274h) Restraining C
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8512037042 653473796&hl=en

    (vt2274i) Restraining B
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-172502694 2547112254&hl=en

    (vt2274j) Restraining
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2526123288 783033228&hl=en

    (vt2274k) Placing a Catheter for Urine Sample Collection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2526123288 783033228&hl=en


    (vt2274l) Urine Sample Collection
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2965268262 150259000&hl=en

    (vt2274m) Milking and Mastitis Testing
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8893477052 680239982&hl=en

    (vt2274n) Oral Techniques: Balling Gun
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-470665547 1103807428&hl=en

    (vt2274o) Oral Techniques: Dose Syringe
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-101731505 1233171825&hl=en

    (vt2274p) Oral Techniques: Examination
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6414456918 256435222&hl=en

    (vt2274q) Oral Techniques: Passing a Stomach Tube
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-568870134 4067775389&hl=en

    (vt2274r) Oral Techniques: Passing a Nasal Tube
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-473779443 3186086118&hl=en

    (vt2353) Fundamental Surgical Technique of Ventral Midline Abdominal Approaches
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2393994830 837013034&hl=en

    (vt2359) Canine Ovariohysterectomy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-600102023 1616842861&hl=en

    (vt2371) Techniques of Suture Pattern Placement
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8839639116 937686724&hl=en

    (vt2379) Canine Castration
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-172746043 6995453140&hl=en

    (vt2382) Closure of Common Skin Defects
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-296870658 2643646759&hl=en

    (vt2383) Use and Care of Stomach Tubes for Dogs and Cats
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1262932678 368896855&hl=en

    (vt2408r) Hand and Instrument Knot Tying
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-356231024 9360542139&hl=en

    (vt2431) Basic Hemostatic Technique
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2382273731 435877913&hl=en

    (vt2433) Basic Suturing Technique
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4204125196 632082669&hl=en

    (vt2462) Vessel Isolation Technique for Ligation
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-278723195 9398582475&hl=en

    (vt2463) Hollow Organ Repair
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=5411751985 066832927&hl=en

    (vt2466) Lateral Ear Resection of the Dog
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1402559870 499257299&hl=en

    (vt2498) Burried Continuous Intradermal Suture Pattern Placement
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-203938732 3082112980&hl=en

    (vt2578) Rabbit Ovariohysterectomy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=5953436041 779809619&hl=en

    (vt2583) Surgical Gloving Techniques
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8840753626 367623910&hl=en

    (vt2594) Techniques to begin and end continuous suture patterns
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-243908109 5231654891&hl=en

    (vt2600a) Bones and Deep Structures - Part A
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=3965765159 619109070&hl=en

    (vt2600b) Bones and Deep Structures - Part B
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4453867078 913684395&hl=en

    (vt2600c) Bones and Deep Structures - Part C
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-151609487 037221612&hl=en

    (vt2601) Equine Thoracic Limb
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7742883613 355143098&hl=en

    (vt2602a) Muscles of the Equine Limb - Part A
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7425991718 584926798&hl=en

    (vt2602b) Muscles of the Equine Limb - Part B
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-804302244 2162666256&hl=en

    (vt2602c) Muscles of the Equine Limb - Part C
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-245049347 9092295209&hl=en

    (vt2606) Otoscopy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1217406477 566676501&hl=en

    forcepsb
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-340342787 9941835183

    forceps
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-607675452 1493893736

    Sutture pattern
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8518328799 345192540

    Suture pattern2
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-587464868 1364651333

    bleeder
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-696046330 3140401497

    needleho
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-629201187 9790302774

    lembert
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4543969047 577991210

    lembert2
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-244357773 2556771494

    scissors
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-353758846 2748812732

    scalpel
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-503167117 7379526308

    Anesthesia orientation
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6593924606 096931079

    subcut
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7927347987 590744589

    simcont
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1756892059 908015760

    512k47
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-215198417 8529356135

    Femoral Head and neck Ostectomy - Cranial Approach
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-159650485 6513657753

    Exploration of the Stifle joint and Removal of a medail Meniscus
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-146823815 8436285215

    Opening/Closing an Abdomen - Abdominal Exploratory
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-760479333 5673265162

    Intramedullary pinning and external fixation for an oblique femur fracture
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6562453810 517806439

    Intestial Resection and Anastomosis
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4257036499 315243594

    Feline Ovariohysterectomy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-687566289 7265401347

    Feline Castration
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8543171434 58501067

    Canine Ovariohysterecomy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-639493160 7597971180

    Canine Castration - Closed Technique
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8030420111 959471100

    Clip and Prep - Abdominal Surgical Procedure
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-270972050 8836818945

    Preparation of the Surgical Team
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8598138760 851436752

    Knot Tying
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1440161667 394754430

    Aseptic Technique - Stressing the Fundamentals
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7046213055 768659288

    ************ ********* *******

    FLORIDA LECTURES

    Foreign Animal Diseases
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-899817291 0140233037

    Public Health
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-687644900 9808892245

    Exotics
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-720107482 5286031994

    Poultry Diseases
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-477483314 1154024955

    Swine Diseases
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-802673919 4679506207

    Ophthalmoloy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-513376715 1552388721

    Dermatology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-261461871 6230298191

    Radiology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2893584117 489029999

    Oncology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7633544538 436411663

    Small Animal Neurology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-153507957 1928241895

    Small Animal Cardiology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-472473303 6868033503

    Feline Infectious Diseases
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4480711752 817795256

    Vaccination Protocols for Canine Infectious Disases
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6954640576 762987469

    Dog, Cat and Equine Reproduction
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-555641244 1059706543

    Small Animal Surgery
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-916329430 7859401471

    Small Animal Endocrinology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-683364587 2227174336

    Anesthesia
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8406301410 035245616

    Equine Medicine
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7368813273 555581253

    Bovine Reproduction
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-749641071 2690037238

    Food Animal Medicine
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7948895296 180317427

    Veterinary Hematology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6406954005 508318564

    Toxicology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6694363275 40168533

    Pharmacology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8761074791 872013170

    Immunology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-365925680 624026339

    Pathology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-491081199 4534474594

    Parasitology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=4787856112 046128477

    Bacteriology
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-421739120 7171120684

    ************ ********* *******

    Student Surgery Laboratory
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-542178215 7597084048

    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=1634657542 290245830

    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-163797778 001264197

    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-180198232 2539264303

    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=6723493903 018435195

    Chest_tube_placemen t
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-710585966 0871478432

    Castration_and_ Declawing_ of_cat
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-273903817 8875517861

    Cardiopulmonary_ resuscitation
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=8803689033 466964284

    Caesarean_section
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-543278148 355518888

    Anesthetic_protocol
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=7957140837 274505769

    Intubation
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-555303318 4967545060

    pulmonary_radiograp hy
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=-590784851 6802189156

    Abdominal_radiology _3
    http://video. google.com/ videoplay? docid=2177160575 871693401
  38. jitkarie

    jitkarie

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    Hi guys,
    if any of you are going to do the CPE in Tuskegee, I have heard that they have lots of goats there all the time so prepare for the goats. They have sheep there only rarely.
  39. urvetcanada

    urvetcanada

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    thank u dvmjakish, these vedios r very usefull , u'v been the most helpfull person in this forum, thanx again and wish u the best.
  40. Stefan Viziru

    Stefan Viziru

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    Hi all, I am a new member and I would like to congratulate you all for working toward your professional recognition. Together we can win! We are all in the same situation, working hard and studying at the same time. But we can win, many other people were in the same situation and took the exams

    1. For the beginning, did anyone use "Hemogram interpretation in dogs and cats?" Did you find it useful? It is about 80 pages (with a lot of pictures, not too much text), half of the book is on CBC interpretation (clinical cases).

    2. I would suggest sharing materials (including links, thanks dvmjakish & all). I have several materials, including VCRC books and mosby SCANNED and I was just wondering if other people would be interested in sharing books, e.g. 5-min VetConsult or NVMS.

    3. As to Merk,personally I don't think it is a good option since it focuses too much on details.I can be used as a reference book though..
  41. hpoo

    hpoo

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    hi
    i am new ,too,and i found this forum really useful.i am also very new in country .i`ve only canine anatomy of nvms.i am doing that,but i`m really interested to share(vcrc books or videos),or american students notes if u have
    good to have u here,:thumbup:
  42. hpoo

    hpoo

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    hi rsa06
    congradulation :clap:
    i am preparing for qe for pave in next year.can u give me some advice about exam?what did u study?how hard was?
    thanks
    cheers
    [email protected]
  43. dvmjakish

    dvmjakish

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    You are welcome.


    I really recmoend to download and save the videos that you like on your computer. sometimes these links get changed or even deleted.
  44. Stefan Viziru

    Stefan Viziru

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    Hi Hpo,


    I have VCRC scanned and I am interested to share it for that anatomy book- do you have it scanned? It could also be useful for you, once you scan it you can take it on your laptop wherever you go

    by the way, do you have other books, e.g. 5-min veterinary consult?
  45. foreignvetdocto

    foreignvetdocto

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    hi, i'm a veterinary doctor from morocco, i will come next month to usa with
    J1 visa with the section 212E ( two years home country residence rule) to
    do an internship for one year in a dairy farm in wisconsin.

    My goal is to stay in usa after the end of my program and to be legal
    so what will be the best and the easier to me to do :
    To work like a veterinary assistant and apply for a waiver( J1 waiver)?
    or to find another intership in the unuversity and apply for j1 program
    extension ?

    Do you have any idea ?

    Thank you.
  46. dvmjakish

    dvmjakish

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    I think your best chance is Work visa. H1B visa. this is a two year visa, and can be extended every two years up to three times. You can also apply for immigration and get green card as a worker. you just have to find the right place to work where your employer likes you so much that he would help you get green card from employment.
  47. foreignvetdocto

    foreignvetdocto

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    thank you for your advice, i know that for having a J1 waiver, the solution will be to find the right employer that will help me to have it, so i need chance :)

    Look please at http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/info/info_1288.html
    and give me your opinion

    thank you
  48. hpoo

    hpoo

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    i am really interested, but i don`t know how to scan it?do u want tell me how to scan it?it`s 600 pages:confused:
  49. hpoo

    hpoo

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    i don`t have 5 min , but in hospital that i use to work they had.so i can scan it ,too.if i know how to scan that kind of big books
  50. DAVMD

    DAVMD member

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    :) Congratualation to all of you who passed NAVLE or BSCE. Unfortunatelly I have not passed NAVLE, so now I am facing BCSE. If anybody could share what the BCSE is like and what kind of questions are on that exam. I would appreciate greatfully any sugestions...Thanks much!!!:)

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