OnlineCE - Course Username Password Login Forgot Password? Register Online Continuing Education Courses Acupuncture Athletic Trainers Chiropractic Assistants Chiropractors Certified Nutrition Specialist Massage Therapists Naturopathic Physicians Nurses Occupational Therapists Occupational Therapy Assistants Physical Therapists Physical Therapy Assistants Podiatric Medicine Veterinarians Vet Techs HomeState ApprovalsCoursesFAQsTeleSeminars/WebinarsContact UsPoliciesRegisterOnline Store Close This WindowVeterinary Tech Common Disease of Companion Animals 202Sub-TitleDogs and Cats - Part 2Credit Hours(s)6.0 Education Objectives Describe how muscles and bones act together to result in purposeful movement. List various musculoskeletal problems with respect to bone, muscle, joint, or combinations of each as the cause. Discuss various musculoskeletal problems, treatments, therapy with clients. Know what diagnostic tests are needed for the diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases. Describe the arrangement of the nervous system. Relate the dysfunctions of various portions of the nervous system to diseases seen in companion animals. Discuss symptoms and treatments of neuronal disease with clients. Relate the specific cause of disease with the pansystemic clinical signs seen in dogs and cats. Initiate the proper safety methods to prevent spread of these transmissible or infectious dis-eases within the clinic. Discuss with clients the necessity of an effective vaccination program. Explain how environment and husbandry conditions affect the health of the young or immunosuppressed older pet. Explain to clients the health reasons for ovariohysterectomy or castration of their pets. Recognize the problem areas in the reproductive system of the male and female and relate them to the clinical symptoms. Advise clients on pregnancy-related problems. Review the anatomy of the respiratory system. Recognize the difference between the upper and lower respiratory diseases. Discuss with owners the prescribed medications and treatments commonly used for respiratory diseases in the small-animal clinic. Recommend vaccination to owners as a way to prevent some of the viral and bacterial respiratory diseases. Explain the anatomy of the urinary system and the functions it performs. Describe how bacterial and viral infections can occur and how these may lead to the formation of stones. Identify the most commonly seen canine bladder stones. Explain the benefits of castration as it relates to prostate disease in the male dog. Discuss the cause of urinary incontinence in spayed female dogs. InstructorsLinda DuPont, DVMFormatsDownloadable Course in PDFTextPrice$120.00 USDTo purchase this course, please login Copyright © 2001 - 2022 Chirocredit Site Map | Blog *for DC, AT, MT, OT/OTA, PT/PTA, CHT, ND, DVM, VT. We reserve the right to offer a courtesy credit to other professions.