Pawn Stars: 1800’s Veterinary Medicine Box | History

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A man is selling an old 1800s veterinary medicine box, complete with it’s cure-all ingredients in this clip from Season 12’s episode, “Astro Pawn.” #PawnStars #RickHarrison
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Veterinary Medicine Rant | Where I’ve Been

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Hey everyone! I’m back! Welcome 2019!!! I hope you guys enjoy this short life update and veterinary medicine rant video!!

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Studying veterinary medicine. The vertebral column and cervical vertebrae

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Studying veterinary medicine.The vertebral column and cervical vertebrae is my new video.

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In Saving a Puppy, a Veterinarian Learns that Love is the Best Medicine

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When Emily’s veterinary career was off to a rocky start, a homeless puppy gave her the confidence to practice her best medicine.

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LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine Celebrates Full Accreditation

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The American Veterinary Medical Association Council of Education (AVMA COE) has granted Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM) full accreditation.

What is Progressive Veterinary Medicine? Marc Smith DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine and what it means, let me start off by telling you a story.

I was a young veterinarian coming out. I knew what I was doing, strutting my stuff, and I had this tumor in this horse’s eye. And I’d been haggling around with it, spending all kind of money. Doing this, doing that, and nothing seemed to work. And one of my colleagues, who was an older gentleman, he said, “Marc, try some of this in this horse’s eye.”

Well, I didn’t believe him, but I did it because I didn’t really have anything else to do. And guess what? It made the tumor go away. I injected a medicine into the tumor. I took some older gentleman’s knowledge and I put it to use and I injected that tumor and gone. It was gone.

And so that kind of sums up this idea of progressive veterinary medicine. And what it means is, it means taking the old knowledge and mixing it with the new. It means taking the new and mixing it with the old. The Eastern and the Western, in a variety of treatments to ultimately help your pet. But then we take it a step further through this idea of communication, constant support in your decisions about your pets. Peace of mind that you’ve made the right choice. And we all deliver through giving you options so that you feel empowered, in control, so that you can make the best choice for your pet.

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine, give us a call at 615-750-2248, and see how we can help your pet.

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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Student Dan Lopez ’16

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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Student Dan Lopez ’16 explains what he enjoys most about his education at Cornell.

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine 2014 Cornell White Coat Ceremony

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Cornell’s annual White Coat Ceremony was held on December 6, 2014 to recognize the one hundred and two members of the class of 2016 as they transition from the preclinical to the clinical portion of their veterinary educational training. During this rite of passage, the students each received a white coat- the symbol of professionalism and empathy in medicine. Students were accompanied on-stage and coated by their professional mentors who have provided support and encouragement along the way.

Elsevier’s Veterinary Medicine Clinical Skills Videos – Small Animal Procedures and Techniques

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Perform common veterinary procedures like a seasoned pro with Veterinary Medicine Clinical Skills Videos! Forty high-quality, narrated videos provide step-by-step demonstrations of the medical procedures most commonly performed on dogs and cats in a general veterinary practice. View any procedure over and over until you achieve proficiency! Click the below link to purchase individual videos or the entire set.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

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As seen on Innovations w/Ed Begley, Jr.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), although relatively new to the Western world, is a medical system that has been used in China to treat animals for thousands of years. It is an adaptation and extension of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) used to treat humans. In this segment, featured on Innovations Television, our producers traveled to the Chi Institute to educate viewers on traditional Chinese Medicine, and how it is being applied today into the veterinary world.