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Title

Author

Description

Intended Audience

Price

5102 Administration of Subcutaneous Fluids to Cats at Home
This video shows you how to administer subcutaneous fluids to your cat at home and how to spot any possible complications. This program is intended to supplement first-hand guidance from your veterinarian. Fluid volume and frequency of administration vary with each animal and should be prescribed by your veterinarian.
VHS Tape (10 minutes)
Pet owners 55.00
3239-1 Approach to the Shoulder for Osteochondrosis Dissecans

A rapid and effective approach to the caudal humeral head is demonstrated. Rather than transect the acromial process, the teres minor is transected along with partial transection of the acromial head of the deltoid muscle. This approach is of particular value in treatment of osteochondrosis dissecans and results in minimal trauma, adequate exposure and enhanced recovery. 16 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, 55.00
3220-1 Automatic Positive Pressure Ventilation Steve C. Haskins, DVM, MS An explanation of the operation of the Bird Mark 7 ventilator and the physiology of positive pressure ventilation (PPV) are included in this program. Problems associated with PPV, guidelines for PPV settings and weaning the patient from the ventilator are also discussed. 21 minutes, color. Production date: 1977
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3192-1 Bone Marrow Aspiration - Bovine and Canine Nemi Jain, MVSc, PhD Demonstrations of howa to perform bone marrow aspirations from the ribs of a cow and a dog. Reference is made to the adaptability of such a technique on a horse. 16 minutes, color. Production date: 1976. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3225-1 Caesarian Birth Robert L. Leighton, V.M.D. Both horns of the uterus are gently and carefully removed from the abdominal cavity and laid in such a fashion as to easily expose the bifurcation. Near this point, on the dorsal medial side of the horn, a single incision is made to allow removal of all pups from both horns. Membranes are wiped from the body of each pup, afterbirth removed, umbilical cord clamped and cut, and the pup given to the technician for aftercare - which is illustrated. Involution of the emptied uterine horn is noted, and closure of the incision in the uterus is detailed. This program received an SAVMA Autotuorial Excellence Award.
25 minutes, color. Production date: 1977
Veterinary students, practitioners, and animal health technicians. 55.00
3316-1 Care and Handling of the Llama Murray E. Fowler, DVM Using extensive observation and demonstration, this program illustrates the unique characteristics and anatomy of the llama, including many procedures ranging from the routine physical examination and hoof trimming to the more difficult jugular catheterization and dental surgery.
34 minutes, color. Production date: 1985 - revised 1991
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
9864-4 Castration of the Cat Clare Gregory, D.V.M. Technique for castration of the cat is demonstrated. 10 minutes, color. Production date: 1996 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
9864-3 Castration of the Dog
Two techniques for castration of the dog are demonstrated.
22 minutes, color. Production date: 1992
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3247-1 Catheterization Techniques - Venous and Arterial
Percutaneous catheterization technique is demonstrated on the canine cephalic vein, saphenous vein, jugular vein, femoral artery and anterior tibial artery. Surgical cutdowns are demonstrated on the jugular vein, and femoral and carotid arteries. The program emphasizes and demonstrates aseptic preparation of the catheterization site and maintenance procedures for indwelling catheters. Common problems regarding positioning and placement of indwelling catheters are also addressed.
42 minutes, color. Production date: 1979
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3230-1 Clinical Signs of Acute Cerebellar Disorders A. Holliday, D.V.M., Ph.D. Neurological signs of acute and chronic (compensated) diseases of the cerebellum are examined in a dog at 24 hours, 7 days and 2 months, post-injury.
10 minutes, color. Production date: 1977
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3321-1
Control of Ventilation: Effects of Chemo and Mechano Receptors
Experiments demonstrate the effects of respiratory control on central and peripheral chemoreceptors, as well as those of intrapulmonary stretch receptors. The effects on ventilation of increased carbon dioxide (hypercapnia), decreased oxygen (hypoxia) and the two stimuli combined are documented in the first half of the video. I n the second half, the effects of the intrapulmonary stretch receptors in producing the Hering-Breuer reflex are examined. This reflex is studied in the intact animal and after bilateral vagotomy. 40 minutes, color. Production date: 1986 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3183-1 Dissection Techniques - Introduction and Muscles Carleton L. Lohse, DVM, PhD; Ralph Kitchell, DVM, PhD A method to begin the dissection and identification of selected canine muscles is described. This dissection is performed on an unembalmed specimen. Comments are made on techniques and useful instruments. This tape will be of particular interest to the beginning anatomy student as well as those looking for a helpful review. 24 minutes, color. Production date: 1975. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3183-2 Dissection Techniques - Peripheral Cutaneous Nerves Carleton L. Lohse, DVM, PhD; Ralph Kitchell, DVM, PhD Techniques of nerve dissection by noted veterinary neuroanatomist Dr. Ralph Kitchell are demonstrated. Selected nerves and related structures in the dog are presented in this video. 15 minutes, color. Production date: 1975. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3228-1 Doppler Blood Pressure Measurement Steve C. Haskins, DVM, MS The principle of indirect determination of blood pressure is discussed. Doppler instrumentation is explained, with detailed demonstration of the Parks Electronics Doppler Blood Flow Detector and the Roche Laboratories Arteriosonde. Application of an occlusion cuff and the Doppler unit is demonstrated on a dog and on a horse. 18 minutes, color. Production date: 1977 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
9865-1 Early-age Neutering: A Practical Guide for Veterinarians AVAR This videotape demonstrates some useful techniques for veterinarians for neutering male and female puppies and kittens from 6 to 16 weeks of age or before sexual maturity. It also provides valuable information about the veterinarian’s role in helping to reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs in our society. The techniques shown in the video are meant to augment basic surgery skills by providing tips and encouragement for the veterinarian who has not performed surgery on small animals, as well as to provide information about the safety and benefits of the surgery. 19 minutes, color. Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3340-1 Ectropion/Entropion Wedge Resection Technique Roy Bellhorn, D.V.M., M.S., Leigh West-Hyde, D.V.M. Shortening the lid is utilized in ectropion, certain forms of entropion and lagophthlamos. Lid margin tumors may also be removed using wedge resection. This program describes two techniques and gives indications and contraindications for their use.
17 minutes, color. Production date: 1989
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
29201-1 Electromyography A. Holliday, D.V.M., Ph.D. Demonstrates the equipment, techniques and abnormalities found in recording the electromyogram (EMG). 13 minutes, color. Production date: 1989 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3254-1 Embryo Collection and Transfer in the Cow: Non-Surgical Collection,Surgical and Non-Surgical Transfer Robert H. BonDurant, D.V.M. Illustrates techniques of embryo transfer, using both live animal and dissected specimens. 19 minutes, color.
Production date: 1980
This program received the SAVMA Autotutorial Excellence Award and Award of Merit from the Health Sciences Communications Association (HESCA).
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3318-2 Endotracheal Intubation of the Guinea Pig Sharon Jahn, B.S., Karen Timm, D.V.M., Ph.D., William Porte, D.V.M., M.B.A. This program outlines the proper technique and indications for endotracheal intubation of the guinea pig. Supplies and equipment are detailed with endoscopic views illustrating anatomical structures. 12 minutes, color. Production date: 1985
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3318-3 Endotracheal Intubation of the Rabbit Sharon Jahn, B.S., Karen Timm, D.V.M., Ph.D., William Porte, D.V.M., M.B.A. This program outlines the proper technique and indications for endotracheal intubation of the rabbit. Supplies and equipment are detailed with endoscopic views illustrating anatomical structures. 13 minutes, color. Production date: 1985 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3318-1 Endotracheal Intubation of the Rat and Hamster Sharon Jahn, B.S., Karen Timm, D.V.M., Ph.D., William Porte, D.V.M., M.B.A. This program outlines the proper technique and indications for endotracheal intubation of the rat and hamster. Supplies and equipment are detailed. Endoscopic views illustrate anatomical structures. 10 minutes, color. Production date: 1986 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3340-2 Entropion Repair: Modified Hotz-Celsus Technique Roy Bellhorn, D.V.M., M.S., Leigh West-Hyde, D.V.M. A simple removal of skin and the orbicularis oculi muscle is an effective means of correcting certain types of entropion. This program describes the technique and gives indications for its use. 12 minutes,color. Production date: 1989 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3339-1 Enucleation: Lateral Approach Roy Bellhorn, D.V.M., M.S., Leigh West-Hyde, D.V.M. Removing the globe from a patient is an all too common occurrence and can be fraught with complications. This program describes the lateral approach to enucleation where the surgeon has greater visibility into the orbital region during the removal of the globe. Most importantly, it minimizes the opportunity for inadvertently cutting into the back of the globe during its removal. 22 minutes, color. Production date: 1989 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3252-2 Examination of a Stallion for Fertility John P. Hughes, D.V.M. Evaluation of the stallion for fertility is discussed, including physical, genital, and semen examination. Several types of artificial vaginas are presented along with preparation of the mare and stallion for collection. Collection of the semen and semen evaluation techniques are demonstrated. 29 minutes, color. Production date: 1979 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3341-1 Exercise Physiology of the Horse: Force Generation, Metabolic Energetics and Oxygen Delivery James H. Jones, Ph.D., D.V.M. This program describes the basic concepts of exercise physiology in mammals: 1) the mechanism of force generation in muscles and how this sets a demand for energy; 2) the metabolic processes that supply energy and set a demand for oxygen; 3) the mechanisms by which oxygen transport increases throughout the respiratory system to meet that demand. 33 minutes, color. Produced in 1990 and revised in 1991. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
9863-1 Exploratory Celiotomy Clare Gregory, D.V.M. This program presents a step-by-step method for incising and exploring the canine abdomen. The surgery is supported by a review of the corresponding anatomy. 43 minutes, color. Produced in 1984 and revised in 1996. Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3265-1 Fascial Strip Over the Top Repair of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in the Dog Robert L. Leighton, V.M.D. Technique of repair of rupture of the anterior (cranial) cruciate ligament in the dog is demonstrated. This procedure utilizes a large fascial strip which is drawn through the joint exiting over the top of the lateral fabella, and fastening to its origin at the tibial crest.
24 minutes, color. Production date: 1981
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3281-1 Feline Onychectomy (Declawing) Gourley, D.V.M. Both the nail trimmer and dissection methods are shown and discussed. Bandaging is demonstrated, and points of post-operative care and possible complications are also discussed. 14 minutes, color. Production date: 1983 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3281-2 Feline Perineal Urethrostomy and Castration Gourley, D.V.M. After a brief demonstration of castration techniques, the surgery is performed with a single mid-line incision ending just below the anal ring. The dissection of the urethra and the creation of the stoma are detailed. Post-operative care and possible complications are discussed. 23 minutes, color. Production date: 1983 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3239-2 Femoral Head Ostectomy
Utilizing the craniolateral approach, a femoral head ostectomy is demonstrated. An osteotome is used to excise the femoral head. The procedure is presented as a reasonably quick and well-tolerated one which offers benefits to the patient in minimized trauma and reduced recovery time - both from the surgery and in rehabilitation. 14 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3266-1 Fertility Evaluation of Bulls, Part I: Physical Examination and Semen Collection Robert H. BonDurant, D.V.M. A series on evaluation breeding soundness. Emphasis on equipment and techniques for semen collection. Microscopic evaluation of semen not included. 15 minutes, color, Production date: 1982
This program received the SAVMA Autotutorial Excellence Award and Award of Merit from the Health Sciences Communications Association (HESCA).
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3266-2 Fertility Evaluation of Bulls, Part II: Assessment of Semen Quality and Diagnosis of Venereal Diseases Robert H. BonDurant, D.V.M. This tape demonstrates laboratory evaluation of bull fertility, including semen handling, specimen preparation, microscopic examination of semen, and microbiological methods of diagnosis of venereal diseases. Evaluation of fresh, extended, and frozen semen is included. 19 minutes, color. Production date: 1982 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3329-1 Fundamentals of Blood Gas Analysis: Collection, Measurement and Interpretation James H. Jones, Ph.D., D.V.M. This program describes how blood gas analyzers work, how samples for blood gas analysis should be collected and handled, and presents a series of experiments that affect gas exchange and interprets the changes in blood gas values that result from these manipulations. 33 minutes, color. Production date: 1987 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
9863-3 Gastrotomy and Enterotomy in the Dog John Pascoe, B.V.Sc., C. Lohse, D.V.M., Ph.D. This program presents the specific procedures and does not include the opening or closure of the surgical site. During the surgery, a review of the corresponding anatomy is illustrated. 33 minutes, color. Production date: 1984 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3240-1 Hemilaminectomy, Durotomy and Intervertebral Disc Fenestration T.A. Holliday,DVM These procedures are carefully demonstrated in extremely close-up views. The hemilaminectomy is achieved by use of a high-speed air drill.
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3210-2 Hemoglobin - Standard Curve J.J. Kaneko, DVM, PhD A step-by-step demonstration on how to prepare and use a hemoglobin standard curve. 9 minutes, color. Production date: 1976
Veterinary, medical, medical technology and animal health technology students 55.00
3210-1 Hemoglobin Determination - Cyanmet Method J.J. Kaneko, DVM, PhD A step-by-step demonstration on how to run and calculate a hemoglobin determination. 8 minutes, color. Production date: 1976
Veterinary, medical, medical technology and animal health technology students
55.00
5104 Home Dental Care for Cats
This video (also available in Quicktime® format on CD) shows you the correct way to brush a cat’s teeth at home and how to recognize oral disease. It's best to start brushing your cat’s teeth at an early age. Daily brushing will decrease the occurrence of gingivitis and periodontitis. However, brushing does not replace dental exams or dental cleanings at your veterinarian's office. This program is intended to supplement first-hand guidance from your veterinarian.
VHS Tape (12 minutes)
Pet owners 55.00
5103 Home Dental Care for Dogs
This video (also available in Quicktime® format on CD) shows you the correct way to brush a dog's teeth at home and how to recognize oral disease. It's best to start brushing your dog's teeth at an early age. Daily brushing will decrease the occurrence of gingivitis and periodontitis. However, brushing does not replace dental exams or dental cleanings at your veterinarian's office. This program is intended to supplement first-hand guidance from your veterinarian.
VHS Tape (12 minutes)
Pet owners 55.00
3325-1 Humane Handling and Laboratory Techniques for the Guinea Pig Sharon Jahn, B.S., Karen Timm, D.V.M., Ph.D., William Porte, D.V.M., M.B.A. This program provides instruction in the humane and effective handling of the guinea pig. With practice, after viewing this tape, the viewer will be able to safely handle and restrain the guinea pig, pass a stomach tube, give injections, collect blood, and sex the animal.
18 minutes, color. Production date: 1987
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3184-1 Innervation of Superficial Structures of the Head Carleton L. Lohse, DVM, PhD; Ralph Kitchell, DVM, PhD Dissections and comments on techniques needed to expose nerves and the structures of the head which they supply in both canine and equine are included in this video. 26 minutes, color. Production date: 1975. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
9862-1 Knot Tying - Hand and Instrument Gourley, D.V.M. Basic principles of knot tying are discussed with specific, detailed demonstrations of the square knot vs. the "granny". The instrument tie, two handed tie, surgeon's knot, half-hitch, instrument hand tie and the one-hand tie are all illustrated in close-up view, some in slow motion for further clarity. Rules are given, and pauses for practice are provided throughout the tape. It is recommended that the student view the program with practice materials in hand. 29 minutes, color. Produced in 1980 and revised in 1997. Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
9860-1
Laboratory Techniques for Coagulation & Immunohematology Linda Werner, D.V.M., Ph.D. Laboratory techniques for diagnostic evaluation of patients with clotting disorders or immunohematologic disorders are demonstrated and discussed. Includes blood cross-match procedure for blood transfusion. 32 minutes, color. Production date: 1994 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
5100 Management of the Esophagostomy Feeding Tube at Home
This video (also available in Quicktime® format on CD) shows you how to use and care for your pet's esophagostomy feeding tube at home and how to spot any possible complications (covers dogs, cats, and exotics). This program is intended to supplement first-hand guidance from your veterinarian. Type of food, amount and frequency of feedings, and appropriate medication vary with each animal and should be prescribed by your veterinarian.
VHS Tape (10 minutes)
Pet owners 55.00
5101 Management of the Gastrostomy Feeding Tube at Home
This video (also available in Quicktime® format on CD) shows you how to use and care for your pet's gastrostomy or low profile gastrostomy feeding tube at home and how to spot any possible complications. This program is intended to supplement first-hand guidance from your veterinarian. Type of food, amount and frequency of feedings, and appropriate medication vary with each animal and should be prescribed by your veterinarian.
VHS Tape (19 minutes)
Pet owners 55.00
3296-1 Mandibular and Sublingual Salivary Gland Excision Gourley, D.V.M., C. Lohse, D.V.M., Ph.D. Step-by-step procedures are demonstrated for canine neck dissection and surgery for salivary gland excision. The anatomy of the region is reviewed and supported with illustrations. 29 minutes, color. Production date: 1984
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3232-1 Mastitis - Diagnostic and Economic Overview Robert H. BonDurant, DVM Diagnostics of bovine mastitis are begun with milk collection techniques in the barn, and followed into the laboratory for culturing techniques and evaluation of derived bacterial colonies. These are interpreted by assessment of infection level in a herd and the directly related economic importance of the mastitis . 50 minutes, color. Production date: 1977 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, dairy operators
55.00
3209-1 Muscle Contractility James H. Jones, Ph.D., D.V.M. This program compares the fast and slow contracting muscle fibers of the cat by using isometric recording integrated with muscle histochemistry. To illustrate determination of resting length, a length-tension curve is constructed for the medial gastrocnemius muscle, which is then compared in detail to the soleus muscle by means of isometric recordings. 19 minutes, color. Production date: 1976 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
9864-1 Nephrotomy and Cystotomy in the Dog Clare Gregory, D.V.M. The program presents two canine abdominal surgical procedures. The first, a nephrotomy, demonstrates an incision and exploration of the left kidney as approached through an already prepared midline laparotomy. The pertinent anatomy is reviewed with illustrations. The cystotomy shows the bladder exteriorized caudally from within the same midline incision. The frequency of calculi and specific closure patterns for the bladder are noted. 30 minutes, color. Produced in 1984 and revised in 1996. Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3260-1 Neuromuscular Blocking Agents Robert M. Joy, Ph.D. This program demonstrates the consequences of neuromuscular blockage in birds and mammals. It contrasts the effects produced by clinically useful drugs having different mechanisms of action. In addition, the antagonism on neuromuscular blockage by cholinesterase inhibition is demonstrated and the side effects that can develop with the use of such antagonists is emphasized.
52 minutes, color. Production date: 1980
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3340-4 Nictitans Flap Procedure Roy Bellhorn, D.V.M., M.S., Leigh West-Hyde, D.V.M. This surgical technique is useful in various ocular diseases to provide support and warmth to the globe. This program describes the technique and gives some suggestions for its use and also discuss when not to use this procedure. 11 minutes, color. Production date: 1989 Veterinary students, veterinarians
55.00
3339-3 Nictitans Gland Replacement Roy Bellhorn, D.V.M., M.S., Leigh West-Hyde, D.V.M. Prolapsed gland of the nictitans (also known as “cherry eye”) occurs relatively frequently in the canine. Simple excision of the gland removes about 40% of the total tear formation (the lacrimal gland accounting for the remaining 60%). Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) can be a subsequent problem if the gland is removed. This program describes a surgical technique wherein the gland is replaced into its normal position using the method originally described by Drs. Kaswan and Martin. 11 minutes, color. Production date: 1989
This program received a HESCA Ralston-Purina Excellence in Veterinary Medicine Award.
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3334-1 Non-human Primates, Part I: Personnel Safety, Primate Handling and Dale Brooks, D.V.M., Ph.D., Douglas Mader, D.V.M., M.S., Sharon Jahn, B.S., A.H.T. Discuss and demonstrate special techniques used with nonhuman primates to include: injections, gavaging and blood collection techniques. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3335-1 Non-human Primates, Part II: Special Laboratory Techniques Dale Brooks, D.V.M., Ph.D., Douglas Mader, D.V.M., M.S., Sharon Jahn, B.S., A.H.T. Discussion and demonstration of personnel safety (including Herpes B virus prevention), and handling and restraint of non-human primates are included in this program. 15 minutes, color.
Production date: 1988
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3233-1 Normal Swallowing in the Dog William J. Hornof, D.V.M., Peter F. Suter, D.V.M. The three phases of the swallowing process - oropharyngeal, esophageal and gastroesophageal - are thoroughly explained using illustrations, anatomical prosections and videofluoroscopy. The latter is presented in real time and ultra-slow motion so that all muscular movements may be clearly observed. 22 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3222-2 Orientation to Small Animal Intensive Care Unit Equipment Steve C. Haskins, DVM, MS Step-by-step series of demonstrations on the set-up and proper use of: 1) the Kirschner intensive care oxygen therapy unit, 2) the Burdick DC defibrillator, 3) the Harvard syringe pump, 4) the DeVilbiss ultrasonic nebuilzer. 22 minutes, color. Production date: 1977 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
9864-2 Ovariohysterectomy in the Dog Ira Gourley, D.V.M A basic demonstration of technique, stressing anatomical structures. Comparative illustrations of anatomy highlight similarities and differences between the bitch and the queen. 42 minutes, color. Production date: 1986 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3254-2 Physical Diagnosis in Bovine Female Reproduction
Demonstrates techniques in differential diagnosis of reproductive phenomena/pathology via rectal palpation, including the aging of an existing pregnancy. Also included are pitfalls for beginning palpators and demonstration of a practical method for intrauterine therapy. Uses in situ demonstrations throughout, employing slaughterhouse specimens. 30 minutes, color. Production date: 1980 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3282-2 Physical Examination of the Dog for Lameness D. Gaudet, D.V.M. A practical procedure for lameness examination of the dog is discussed and demonstrated. Typical problems of different dog breeds are introduced. The clinical examination is supplemented with radiographic and fluoroscopic examples. This presentation will enable the viewer to perform a thorough and systematic examination for the diagnosis of canine lameness. 20 minutes, color. Production date: 1983 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
709866 Preparing and Staining Blood Smears Jeanne George, DVM, PHD This video covers the necessary materials and techniques to make and stain mono cell layer blood smears. Glass slide and cover slip methods are demonstrated. Instructions on how to obtain proper smears from anemic animals, and comparisons of proper and improper smears are included.
20 minutes, color. Production date: 2003
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians and medical technologists. 55.00
3317-1 Principles of Ultrasonography and Its Applications in Equine Reproduction D. Pascoe, B.V.Sc.
M. Spensley, D.V.M.
Ultrasonographic equipment components and their operational principles are explained and demonstrated. Two types of ultrasound systems are presented. Interpretation of the display screen is illustrated by numerous images which are typically encountered. Early pregnancy and the detection of twins are exemplified. Ultrasonographic applications for the evaluation of seasonal and cyclic states of the mare are considered. An internal visual anatomy of the mare is also presented. 34 minutes, color. Production date: 1985 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3238-1 Radiographic Examination of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract- Sandra McNeel, D.V.M., Timothy O'Brien, D.V.M. The objectives of this presentation are to:1) describe the indications for the UGI series 2) demonstrate the techniques of performing this examination in the dog and the cat 3) demonstrate normal UGI studies in both animals utilizing both videoradiography and standard radiographs. Included is an extensive review of regional anatomy and physiology of motility of the stomach and small bowel. 37 minutes, color. Production date: 1978
This program received a special merit award presented by The Western Educational Society for Telecommunications.
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3341-2 Recording Brainstem and Middle Latency Auditory Evoked Potentials A. Holliday, D.V.M., Ph.D. Demonstration of methods used for recording brainstem and middle latency auditory evoked potentials. 36 minutes, color. Production date: 1991 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3341-4 Recording Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
Demonstration of methods used for recording somatosensory evoked potentials. 5 minutes, color. Production date: 1991 Veterinary students and practitioners.
55.00
3341-3 Recording the Electroencephalogram A. Holliday, D.V.M., Ph.D. Demonstration of methods used for recording the electroencephalogram. 3 minutes, color. Production date: 1991
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3332-1 Reptiles, Part I: Humane Handling, Restraint and Husbandry Douglas Mader, D.V.M., M.S., Dale Brooks, D.V.M., Ph.D. This program reviews handling, restraint and husbandry for reptiles used as laboratory animals. The species include tortoises, terrapins, snakes and lizards. 17 minutes, color. Production date: 1988 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, wildlife managers, zookeepers
55.00
3333-1 Reptiles, Part II: Special Laboratory Techniques Douglas Mader, D.V.M., M.S., Dale Brooks, D.V.M., Ph.D. This program reviews special techniques performed on reptiles in a laboratory environment. These include sexing, blood sampling, catheter placement, oral gavage, anesthesia and euthanasia. 17 minutes, color. Production date: 1988 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, wildlife managers, zookeepers
55.00
9542-1 Respiratory Examination and Skull Trephine Lisle W. George, D.V.M., Ph.D. This program details a physical examination of the normal respiratory system of the adult bovine and demonstrates the proper method for sinus trephination in the cow. 27 minutes, color. Production date: 1992 Veterinary students, veterinarians
55.00
3236-1 Restraint and Handling of the Bird - General Introduction Murray E. Fowler, DVM While recognizing the diversity among bird species, this program stresses their common anatomical characteristics, as well as commonly used restraint techniques - both physical and chemical. Visual highlights are selected from the other two programs in this series (see 3237-1 and No. 3237-2). 12 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, zookeepers, wildlife managers 55.00
3237-1 Restraint and Handling of the Bird - Raptors Murray E. Fowler, DVM Danger potential and physical restraint techniques are explored and illustrated. Most demonstrations are performed with owls and hawks. 10 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, zookeepers, wildlife managers
55.00
3237-2 Restraint and Handling of the Bird - Special Groups Murray E. Fowler, DVM Danger potential and physical restraint are illustrated and demonstrated on a wide variety of species within the following groups: flightless birds, large-billed birds, water fowl, pigeons and doves, shore birds, psittacine birds, galliform birds, hummingbirds and swifts, long-billed birds, song birds, perching birds, long-legged birds and miscellaneous birds. 34 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, zookeepers, wildlife managers
55.00
3246-2 Restraint and Handling of the Reptile - Crocodilians, Chelonians & Lizards Murray E. Fowler, DVM Many species and techniques are illustrated. Large and small members of each group are handled at the Sacramento Zoo and the Steinhart Aquarium, San Francisco. 25 minutes, color. Production date: 1979
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, zookeepers, wildlife managers 55.00
3246-1 Restraint and Handling of the Reptile - Snakes Murray E. Fowler, DVM A broad range of restraint techniques and special handling procedures are demonstrated on a variety of poisonous and nonpoisonous snakes. Species are seen at the Sacramento Zoo and the Steinhart Aquarium, San Francisco. Also included is a protocol for snake bite emergencies and an illustration of first aid procedures. 34 minutes, color. Production date: 1979 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians, zookeepers, wildlife managers
55.00
29248 Safety and Procedures for Examining a Cow
Describes movement and restraint of cattle. Also depicts common procedures performed on cattle, including percussion, auscultation, examination, and delivery of medication. 60 minutes, color. Production date: 1994. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
9859-1 Small Animal Bandaging Techniques Kyle Mathews, D.V.M., Philip B. Vasseur, D.V.M. This program describes and illustrates proper application of bandages and casts commonly used for dogs and cats. 36 minutes, color. Production date: 1994 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
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9863-4 Small Bowel Resection and Anastomosis in the Dog John Pascoe, B.V.Sc. This program emphasizes the specific procedure and does not include the standard opening and closure of the surgical site. 30 minutes, color. Production date: 1984 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
9863-2 Splenectomy
Surgical technique for splenectomy in the dog is demonstrated in detail.
12 minutes, color. Production date: 1992
Veterinary students, veterinarians
55.00
9862-4 Surgery Preparation: Instrument Pack Steve Pauli, A.H.T. Proper assembly of necessary equipment for basic veterinary surgeries is demonstrated in this program. 7 minutes, color. Produced in 1984 and revised in 1996.
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
9862-5 Surgery Preparation: Scrubbing, Gowning and Gloving Steve Pauli, A.H.T. Demonstrates a proper technique for the surgeon to aseptically prepare for surgery. The scrubbing and gowning techniques are followed by an alternate closed-glove technique. 8 minutes, color. Produced in 1984 and revised in 1996. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
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3274-1 Surgical Anatomy: Left Caudal Lobectomy in the Dog Carleton L. Lohse, DVM, PhD The identification of anatomic landmarks to be noted during the surgical procedure. The dissection of this unembalmed cadaver displays the appropriate thoracotomy and approach to the caudal lobe of the left lung through the seventh intercostal space. 9 minutes, color. Production date: 1982. Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3274-2 Surgical Anatomy: The Canine Ventral Neck Carleton L. Lohse, DVM, PhD The canine ventral neck is examined by dissection of an unembalmed cadaver. The approach is caudal, beginning at the thyroid gland and midventral between the bodies of the mandible. Emphasis is on the identification of anatomical structures, including the esophagus, trachea, larynx, thyroid gland, jugular vein, geniohyoideus muscle, cricoid cartilage, vagosympathetic trunk, and related lymph nodes. 27 minutes, color. Production date: 1982. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
9862-2 Surgical Instruments and Their Use
Philip B. Vasseur, D.V.M The basic surgical instruments for veterinary surgery are introduced and their design described. The proper methods for handling these tools are illustrated using both in vivo and tabletop examples. 33 minutes, color. Production date: 1985 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
9862-6 Surgical Preparation and Draping of the Canine Abdomen Steve Pauli, A.H.T. This program demonstrates the proper techniques to aseptically prepare a canine patient for abdominal surgery. 10 minutes, color. Produced in 1984 and revised in 1996. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
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3315-1 Surgical Removal of One Conceptus From the Mare With a Twin Pregnancy D. Pascoe, B.V.Sc., S. Stover, D.V.M. A mare with a twin pregnancy is selected for surgery after ultrasonographic diagnosis. The surgical procedure is then demonstrated, including the ventral midline incision, manipulation of the uterus, removal of one feto-placental unit and closure of the uterus and the abdomen. 32 minutes, color. Production date: 1984 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
9862-3 Suture and Suturing Philip B. Vasseur, D.V.M Suture materials are examined in detail, as are the needles to be used in various applications. Suture patterns are illustrated both in computer graphic sequences and in vivo. 27 minutes, color. Production date: 1987 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3234-1 Swallowing Disorders in the Dog: Cineradiography and Videoradiography Peter F. Suter, D.V.M., Barbara J. Watrous, D.V.M. Clinical recordings are used to present the functional aspects of a number of swallowing disorders which are difficult to understand completely using only survey and contrast radiographs. This program should enhance comprehension of the swallowing difficulties illustrated, and it should make clear that diagnosis may require functional analysis by direct fluoroscopy, cineradiography or videoradiography. 26 minutes, color. Production date: 1978 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
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3252-1 Teasing Mares-Behavioral Response to a Stallion John P. Hughes, D.V.M. Mares in the phases listed below are teased by a stallion. Their behavioral response is observed and explained, in most cases complemented by a slide of the cervix as it looks at that stage. Stages included are: 1) winter anestrus, 2) winter anestrus (transitional phase), 3) diestrus, 4) estrus, and 5) pregnancy.
24 minutes, color. Production date: 1979
Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3341-5 Testing for Motor and Sensory Nerve Conduction and Myasthenia Gravis
Demonstration of methods used for testing for motor and sensory nerve conduction and myasthenia gravis. 9 minutes, color. Production date: 1991 Veterinary students and practitioners.
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9855-1 The Initial Evaluation and Management of the Ill Neonatal Foal John E. Madigan, M.S., D.V.M. Description of physical exam of the newborn foal and outline of procedures performed in the initial evaluation including: venipuncture, blood culture, blood gas analysis, naso-gastric intubation, jugular vein catheterization, nasal oxygen administration, trans tracheal wash and establishing an initial data base. 59 minutes, color. Production date: 1989 - revised 1991 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians
55.00
3294-2 Thoracotomy for Lung Lobe Excision in the Dog Clare Gregory, D.V.M., C. Lohse, D.V.M., Ph.D. Lobectomy in the dog is demonstrated within an already open and prepared surgical site. The surgery is accompanied by a review of the appropriate thoracic anatomy. 17 minutes, color. Production date: 1984 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3293-2 Thoracotomy for Pyloromyotomy in the Dog Clare Gregory, D.V.M., C. Lohse, D.V.M., Ph.D. Demonstration of an approach through the canine chest wall for the purpose of exploring the pylorus. The surgery is supported with a review of corresponding anatomy. 30 minutes, color.
Production date: 1984
Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
729253 Transabdominal Ultrasonographic Determination of Fetal Gender in the Horse, During Mid-Gestation Catherine D. Renaudin D.V.M.; Carol L. Gillis, D.V.M.; Ph.D., Alice F. Tarantal, Ph.D. This program describes step-by-step the transabdominal ultrasonographic technique for fetal gender determination in the horse during mid-gestation. Mare preparation, ultrasound equipment and technique are explained. Fetal ultrasonographic anatomy is described in detail from heart to hind quarter with highlighting of fetal parts along with characteristic ultrasonographic images for male and female identification. In order to provide as much guidance as possible, a drawing showing the position of the probe in relation to the orientation of the fetus in the mare's uterus is shown with each ultrasonographic image. Available in VHS or PAL videotape formats. 21 minutes, color. Production date: 1999 Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians 55.00
3268-1 Transposition of the Canine Parotid Duct Robert L. Leighton, V.M.D., D. Flemming, D.V.M. Clinical manifestations of keratoconjuctivitis (KCS, "dry eye") are illustrated in the live dog. A test to determine surgical candidacy is demonstrated. Surgical anatomy is reviewed and the surgical process is observed. A post-operative patient exhibits dramatic results at two weeks after surgery. 23 minutes, color. Production date: 1981 Veterinary students, veterinarians 55.00
3245-1 Use of the Unopette System: Leukocytes, Platelets & Erythrocytes Joe Zinkl, DVM, PhD This program illustrates the counting of blood cells using the Unopette system from sample dilution, hemocytometer chargin, microscope technique and calculations. The convenience and simplicity of the Unopette system are emphasized. 13 minutes color. Production date: 1979. Veterinary students, veterinarians, animal health technicians and medical technologists
55.00