Lab allows veterinary students practice before work with live animals – Virginia Tech

Lab allows veterinary students practice before work with live animals - Virginia Tech



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Stocked with models and mannequins that resemble live animals, the clinical skills lab at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech enables veterinary students to practice things like bandaging, catheterization, intubation, and suturing before they begin their fourth-year clinical rotations.

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  1. I addressed the need for these models and mannequins in my Business Ethics class presentation during Fall Semester 1998.   The technology and means were already out there then. 

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