Assistants to a veterinarian, biological or biomedical researcher, or other scientist who are engaged in the care and management of animals, and who are trained in basic principles of animal life processes and routine laboratory and animal health care procedures. (Facts on File Dictionary of Health Care Management, 1988)
Individuals responsible for fabrication of dental appliances.
Paramedical personnel trained to provide basic emergency care and life support under the supervision of physicians and/or nurses. These services may be carried out at the site of the emergency, in the ambulance, or in a health care institution.
Persons who perform certain functions under the supervision of the pharmacist.
Health care professionals, technicians, and assistants staffing LABORATORIES in research or health care facilities.
Professionals, technicians, and assistants staffing LABORATORIES.
Facilities for the performance of services related to dental treatment but not done directly in the patient's mouth.
Health care workers specially trained and licensed to assist and support the work of health professionals. Often used synonymously with paramedical personnel, the term generally refers to all health care workers who perform tasks which must otherwise be performed by a physician or other health professional.
The science and technology dealing with the procurement, breeding, care, health, and selection of animals used in biomedical research and testing.
A diffuse parenchymal lung disease caused by inhalation of dust and by tissue reaction to their presence. These inorganic, organic, particulate, or vaporized matters usually are inhaled by workers in their occupational environment, leading to the various forms (ASBESTOSIS; BYSSINOSIS; and others). Similar air pollution can also have deleterious effects on the general population.
Accidentally acquired infection in laboratory workers.
The specialty related to the performance of techniques in clinical pathology such as those in hematology, microbiology, and other general clinical laboratory applications.
Allied health personnel who assist the professional nurse in routine duties.
For-profit enterprise with relatively few to moderate number of employees and low to moderate volume of sales.
Specially trained personnel to assist in routine technical procedures in the operating room.
Coverings for the hands, usually with separations for the fingers, made of various materials, for protection against infections, toxic substances, extremes of hot and cold, radiations, water immersion, etc. The gloves may be worn by patients, care givers, housewives, laboratory and industrial workers, police, etc.
The study of hearing and hearing impairment.
Diseases caused by factors involved in one's employment.
The exposure to potentially harmful chemical, physical, or biological agents that occurs as a result of one's occupation.

Illnesses associated with occupational use of flea-control products--California, Texas, and Washington, 1989-1997. (1/64)

Dips, shampoos, and other insecticide-containing flea-control products can produce systemic illnesses or localized symptoms in the persons applying them. Although these products may pose a risk to consumers, they are particularly hazardous to pet groomers and handlers who use them regularly. Illnesses associated with flea-control products were reported to the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, the Texas Department of Health, and the Washington State Department of Health, each of which maintains a surveillance system for identifying, investigating, and preventing pesticide-related illnesses and injuries. This report describes cases of occupational illnesses associated with flea-control products, summarizes surveillance data, and provides recommendations for handling these products safely.  (+info)

Potential exposure to Australian bat lyssavirus, Queensland, 1996-1999. (2/64)

Two human deaths caused by Australian bat lyssavirus (ABL) infection have been reported since 1996. Information was obtained from 205 persons (mostly adults from south Brisbane and the South Coast of Queensland), who reported potential ABL exposure to the Brisbane Southside Public Health Unit from November 1,1996, to January 31, 1999. Volunteer animal handlers accounted for 39% of potential exposures, their family members for 12%, professional animal handlers for 14%, community members who intentionally handled bats for 31%, and community members with contacts initiated by bats for 4%. The prevalence of Lyssavirus detected by fluorescent antibody test in 366 sick, injured, or orphaned bats from the area was 6%. Sequelae of exposure, including the requirement for expensive postexposure prophylaxis, may be reduced by educating bat handlers and the public of the risks involved in handling Australian bats.  (+info)

Mechanism and epidemiology of laboratory animal allergy. (3/64)

Laboratory animal allergy (LAA) is a form of occupational allergic disease. The development of laboratory animal allergy is due to the presence of IgE antibodies directed against animal proteins. The process of sensitization (development of IgE antibodies) is a complex process which involves interaction of antigen presenting cells and lymphocytes of the Th-2 cell type. These cells generate a host of cytokines and other factors which lead to immediate hypersensitivity reactions and other factors which lead to immediate hypersensitivity reactions and the generation of allergic inflammation. Typical symptoms of laboratory animal allergy include nasal symptoms, such as sneezing, watery discharge, and congestion. Skin rashes are also common. Asthma, which produces symptoms of cough, wheezing, and shortness of breath, may affect 20-38% of workers who are sensitized to laboratory animal allergens. Rarely a generalized, life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) may occur. The estimated prevalence of laboratory animal allergy is variable depending on the method used for diagnosis, but nonetheless may affect up to 46% of exposed workers. The presence of pre-existing allergies to non-work place allergens (e.g., dust mite, pollens, molds), exposure to laboratory animal allergens, and possibly tobacco smoking are risk factors for the development of laboratory animal allergy. Progress in the understanding of the mechanism and epidemiology of laboratory animal allergy will lead to improved methods for its prevention.  (+info)

Laboratory animal allergens. (4/64)

Allergic sensitivity to laboratory animals can pose a significant occupational hazard to anyone with regular animal contact. Reactions to mice and rats are most common although all furred animals produce allergens that can lead to sensitization and disease. Most of the relevant allergens of laboratory animals have been defined and characterized, which has revealed that these allergens are typically small, acidic glycoproteins and that many of them are members of a superfamily of extracellular proteins called lipocalins. In addition to understanding their molecular characteristics, the identification of these allergens has also made it possible to measure their distribution in laboratory environments and to relate exposure levels to sensitization and symptoms. These studies have shown that the major laboratory animal allergens are carried on small particles that are both capable of remaining airborne for extended periods and penetrating into the lower airways of exposed workers. These advances in the understanding of these important occupational allergens will allow for the development of better methods of diagnosis and avoidance for affected workers and others who may be at risk for future difficulties.  (+info)

Controlling exposure to laboratory animal allergens. (5/64)

Laboratory animal allergy (LAA) is a significant occupational disease that may affect up to one third of personnel exposed to laboratory animals. Research has characterized the relative risks of exposure, in terms of intensity, frequency, and duration, associated with given tasks and work areas in the animal facility. Studies have shown that reduced exposure to animal allergens can reduce the incidence of LAA and relieve symptoms among affected workers. A combination of measures to eliminate or control allergen exposure, including engineering and administrative controls and personal protective equipment, have been integral components of effective LAA management programs. The author provides a comprehensive review of exposure control options, considerations, and " best practices" relative to laboratory animal allergen in the context of traditional industrial hygiene methods.  (+info)

Laboratory animal allergy: a British perspective on a global problem. (6/64)

In the United Kingdom, laboratory animal allergy (LAA) has been recognized as an important occupational disease for nearly 25 years. However, introduction of health and safety legislation (e.g., the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations of 1988) and an increasing knowledge of the factors that contribute to the etiology of this disease have had surprisingly little impact on the prevalence and incidence of LAA over the last 10 to 20 yr. Studies of the relation between exposure to animal allergens and the development of LAA reveal that the risk of disease increases with increasing intensity of exposure. Current evidence suggests that animal allergens are very potent, and substantial decreases in allergen exposure are therefore necessary before a reduction in symptoms will be observed. In the United Kingdom, it is unlikely that an Occupational Exposure Limit will be set for animal allergens in the near future, partly because an adequately standardized assay for quantifying exposure is not yet available. Prevention of LAA in the future will probably be driven by the needs of the industry and will most likely rely on the adoption of guidelines describing " best practise" which incorporate sophisticated engineering methods of controlling exposure to animal allergens.  (+info)

Medical surveillance of allergy in laboratory animal handlers. (7/64)

Allergic disease is a serious occupational health concern for individuals who have contact with laboratory animals. The principal respiratory symptoms include allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis, and asthma. Urticaria (" hives") is the most common skin manifestation. The overall prevalence of allergic disease among laboratory animal handlers is about 23%, and respiratory allergy is much more common than skin allergy. Various studies have found annual incidence rates ranging from 2% to 12%. Prevention of animal allergy depends on control of allergenic material in the work environment. Personal protective equipment such as air filtering respirators should be used in addition to the other exposure control technologies where conditions require. Pre-placement evaluation and periodic medical surveillance of workers are important pieces of the overall occupational health program. The emphasis of these medical evaluations should be on counseling and early disease detection. The article gives recommendations for the content of the medical evaluations.  (+info)

Exposure-response relations among laboratory animal workers exposed to rats. (8/64)

AIM: To explore exposure-response relations in a cohort of laboratory animal workers. METHODS: Exposure-response modelling was carried out in a cohort of 342 laboratory animal workers. Three exposure indices, divided into different exposure categories, were used in the analyses: intensity of exposure to rat urinary aeroallergen (RUA, the main allergen workers were exposed to), weekly duration of exposure to rats, and the product of the intensity and weekly duration of exposure. Outcomes studied were work related chest, eyes and nose, and skin symptoms that had started after employment at the sites, specific sensitisation, and a combination of symptoms and sensitisation. Cox proportional hazard modelling was used to explore exposure-response relations. Smoking, atopic status, age, and gender were taken into account. RESULTS: We observed the clearest exposure-response relations for the intensity of exposure to RUA and the various endpoints. No clear exposure-response relations were observed for the weekly duration of exposure or the product of the intensity and weekly duration of exposure. The strongest and clearest exposure-response relations for symptoms were observed among rat sensitised workers, while the non-sensitised workers only showed small increased risks of developing symptoms without clear exposure-response relations. Sensitised workers were almost four times more likely to go on to develop chest symptoms compared to non-sensitised workers.  (+info)

An Animal Technician, also known as a Laboratory Animal Technician, is a professional who cares for and handles animals in a research or testing facility. They are responsible for ensuring the welfare and well-being of the animals, which includes providing them with proper housing, feeding, and medical care. They also assist researchers and veterinarians with procedures and experiments involving animals, and help to maintain accurate records of animal health and behavior.

Animal Technicians must have a strong understanding of animal biology, husbandry, and ethology, as well as knowledge of relevant regulations and guidelines governing the use of animals in research. They may work with a variety of species, including rodents, dogs, cats, non-human primates, and farm animals.

In addition to their technical skills, Animal Technicians must also have excellent observational and communication skills, as they are often responsible for monitoring animal behavior and reporting any changes or concerns to researchers or veterinarians. They must be able to work independently and as part of a team, and may need to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, to meet the needs of the animals in their care.

A dental technician is a healthcare professional who designs, fabricates, and repairs custom-made dental devices, such as dentures, crowns, bridges, orthodontic appliances, and implant restorations. They work closely with dentists and other oral health professionals to meet the individual needs of each patient. Dental technicians typically have an associate's degree or certificate in dental technology and may be certified by a professional organization. Their work requires a strong understanding of dental materials, fabrication techniques, and the latest advances in dental technology.

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are healthcare professionals who provide emergency medical services to critically ill or injured individuals. They are trained to assess a patient's condition, manage respiratory, cardiac, and trauma emergencies, and administer basic life support care. EMTs may also perform emergency procedures such as spinal immobilization, automated external defibrillation, and administer medications under certain circumstances.

EMTs typically work in ambulances, fire departments, hospitals, and other emergency medical settings. They must be able to work in high-stress situations, make quick decisions, and communicate effectively with other healthcare providers. EMTs are required to obtain certification and maintain continuing education to ensure they are up-to-date on the latest practices and protocols in emergency medicine.

A pharmacy assistant or aide, also known as a "pharmacy technician," is a healthcare professional who works under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist. They assist in various tasks such as preparing and mixing medications, counting pills, labeling bottles, answering phone calls, and performing administrative duties. However, they are not responsible for providing medical advice or counseling to patients about their medications. It's important to note that the specific responsibilities of a pharmacy assistant or aide may vary depending on the laws and regulations in their location.

Medical Laboratory Personnel are professionals who perform and interpret various laboratory tests to assist physicians in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating diseases and other medical conditions. They work in different areas of the clinical laboratory such as chemistry, hematology, immunology, microbiology, and transfusion medicine.

Their responsibilities may include collecting and processing specimens, operating and maintaining laboratory equipment, performing tests and procedures, analyzing results, conducting quality control, maintaining records, and reporting findings to healthcare providers. Medical Laboratory Personnel play a critical role in ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of diagnostic information, which is essential for providing effective medical care.

Medical Laboratory Personnel may hold various job titles, including Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT), Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS), Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), Medical Technologist (MT), Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), and Clinical Laboratory Technician (CLT). The specific duties and educational requirements for these positions may vary depending on the laboratory setting, state regulations, and professional certification.

Laboratory personnel are individuals who work in a laboratory setting and are responsible for conducting various types of tests, experiments, and research activities. They may include, but are not limited to, the following roles:

1. Medical Technologists/Clinical Scientists: These professionals typically have a bachelor's or master's degree in medical technology or a related field and are responsible for performing complex laboratory tests, analyzing specimens, and reporting results. They may specialize in areas such as hematology, microbiology, chemistry, immunology, or molecular biology.

2. Laboratory Technicians: These individuals typically have an associate's degree or a certificate in medical laboratory technology and assist medical technologists in performing routine tests and maintaining laboratory equipment. They may prepare specimens, operate automated instruments, and perform quality control checks.

3. Research Assistants/Associates: These professionals work under the supervision of principal investigators or research scientists and are responsible for conducting experiments, collecting data, and analyzing samples in support of scientific research.

4. Laboratory Managers/Supervisors: These individuals oversee the day-to-day operations of the laboratory, ensuring that all procedures are followed correctly, maintaining quality control, managing staff, and handling administrative tasks such as ordering supplies and maintaining records.

5. Pathologists' Assistants: They work under the direction of pathologists to provide support in autopsy and surgical specimen examination, preparation, and histology.

6. Histotechnicians/Histology Technicians: These professionals prepare tissue samples for microscopic examination by cutting thin sections, staining them with dyes, and mounting them on slides. They work closely with pathologists and laboratory technologists to ensure accurate results.

7. Phlebotomists: Although not strictly laboratory personnel, phlebotomists are essential members of the healthcare team who draw blood samples from patients for laboratory testing. They must follow strict protocols to ensure proper specimen collection and handling.

8. Other Specialist Roles: Depending on the specific laboratory setting, there may be additional specialist roles such as cytogenetic technologists, virologists, or toxicologists who have specialized knowledge and skills in their respective fields.

Dental laboratories are specialized facilities where dental technicians create and manufacture various dental restorations and appliances based on the specific measurements, models, and instructions provided by dentists. These custom-made dental products are designed to restore or replace damaged, missing, or decayed teeth, improve oral function, and enhance the overall appearance of a patient's smile.

Some common dental restorations and appliances produced in dental laboratories include:

1. Dental crowns: Artificial caps that cover and protect damaged or weakened teeth, often made from ceramics, porcelain, metal alloys, or a combination of materials.
2. Dental bridges: Fixed or removable appliances used to replace one or more missing teeth by connecting artificial teeth (pontics) to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.
3. Dentures: Removable prosthetic devices that replace all or most of the upper and/or lower teeth, providing improved chewing function, speech clarity, and aesthetics.
4. Orthodontic appliances: Devices used to correct malocclusions (improper bites) and misaligned teeth, such as traditional braces, clear aligners, palatal expanders, and retainers.
5. Custom dental implant components: Specialized parts designed for specific implant systems, which are used in conjunction with dental implants to replace missing teeth permanently.
6. Night guards and occlusal splints: Protective devices worn during sleep to prevent or manage bruxism (teeth grinding) and temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD).
7. Anti-snoring devices: Mandibular advancement devices that help reduce snoring by holding the lower jaw in a slightly forward position, preventing airway obstruction during sleep.
8. Dental whitening trays: Custom-fitted trays used to hold bleaching gel against tooth surfaces for professional teeth whitening treatments.
9. Specialty restorations: Including aesthetic veneers, inlays, onlays, and other customized dental solutions designed to meet specific patient needs.

Dental laboratories may be standalone facilities or part of a larger dental practice. They are typically staffed by skilled technicians who specialize in various aspects of dental technology, such as ceramics, orthodontics, implantology, and prosthodontics. Collaboration between dentists, dental specialists, and laboratory technicians ensures the highest quality results for patients undergoing restorative or cosmetic dental treatments.

Allied health personnel refers to a group of healthcare professionals who are licensed or regulated to provide specific services within the healthcare system. They work in collaboration with physicians and other healthcare providers to deliver comprehensive medical care. Allied health personnel include various disciplines such as:

1. Occupational therapists
2. Physical therapists
3. Speech-language pathologists
4. Audiologists
5. Respiratory therapists
6. Dietitians and nutritionists
7. Social workers
8. Diagnostic medical sonographers
9. Radiologic technologists
10. Clinical laboratory scientists
11. Genetic counselors
12. Rehabilitation counselors
13. Therapeutic recreation specialists

These professionals play a crucial role in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various medical conditions and are essential members of the healthcare team.

Laboratory Animal Science (also known as Experimental Animal Science) is a multidisciplinary field that involves the care, use, and breeding of animals for scientific research. It encompasses various disciplines such as veterinary medicine, biology, genetics, nutrition, and ethology to ensure the humane treatment, proper husbandry, and experimental validity when using animals in research.

The primary goal of laboratory animal science is to support and advance biological and medical knowledge by providing well-characterized and healthy animals for research purposes. This field also includes the development and implementation of guidelines, regulations, and standards regarding the use of animals in research to ensure their welfare and minimize any potential distress or harm.

Pneumoconiosis is a group of lung diseases caused by inhaling dust particles, leading to fibrosis or scarring of the lungs. The type of pneumoconiosis depends on the specific dust inhaled. Examples include coal worker's pneumoconiosis (from coal dust), silicosis (from crystalline silica dust), and asbestosis (from asbestos fibers). These diseases are generally preventable by minimizing exposure to harmful dusts through proper engineering controls, protective equipment, and workplace safety regulations.

A Laboratory Infection, also known as a laboratory-acquired infection (LAI), is an infection that occurs in individuals who are exposed to pathogens or other harmful microorganisms while working in a laboratory setting. These infections can occur through various routes of exposure, including inhalation, skin contact, or ingestion of contaminated materials.

Laboratory infections pose significant risks to laboratory workers, researchers, and even visitors who may come into contact with infectious agents during their work or visit. To minimize these risks, laboratories follow strict biosafety protocols, including the use of personal protective equipment (PPE), proper handling and disposal of contaminated materials, and adherence to established safety guidelines.

Examples of laboratory infections include tuberculosis, salmonella, hepatitis B and C, and various other bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections. Prompt diagnosis, treatment, and implementation of appropriate infection control measures are crucial to prevent the spread of these infections within the laboratory setting and beyond.

Medical Laboratory Science, also known as Clinical Laboratory Science, is a healthcare profession that involves the performance and interpretation of laboratory tests to detect, diagnose, monitor, and treat diseases. Medical Laboratory Scientists (MLS) work in various settings such as hospitals, clinics, research institutions, and diagnostic laboratories. They analyze body fluids, tissues, and cells using sophisticated instruments and techniques to provide accurate and timely results that aid in the clinical decision-making process.

MLS professionals perform a range of laboratory tests including hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunology, molecular biology, urinalysis, and blood banking. They follow standardized procedures and quality control measures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of test results. MLS professionals also evaluate complex data, correlate test findings with clinical symptoms, and communicate their findings to healthcare providers.

MLS education typically requires a bachelor's degree in Medical Laboratory Science or a related field, followed by a clinical internship or residency program. Many MLS professionals are certified or licensed by professional organizations such as the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).

A "Nurse Aide", also known as a "Nursing Assistant," is a healthcare worker who provides basic care and assistance to patients in various healthcare settings under the supervision of licensed nurses. Nurse aides are responsible for performing routine tasks such as monitoring vital signs, assisting with personal hygiene, helping with mobility, serving meals, making beds, and answering patient calls. They play a critical role in maintaining a safe and comfortable environment for patients and supporting the overall care team.

It is important to note that the specific duties and responsibilities of nurse aides may vary depending on the state or country where they work, as well as the specific healthcare setting. In some cases, nurse aides may be required to complete a state-approved training program and pass a certification exam in order to practice.

I apologize for any confusion, but "Small Business" is not a medical term. It refers to a business that is independently owned and operated, with a relatively small number of employees and/or limited revenue. The exact definition can vary, as it may be defined differently depending on the industry, country, or specific legal regulations.

If you have any questions related to medical terminology or healthcare in general, I would be happy to help. Please provide more information so I can better assist you.

An Operating Room Technician, also known as a Surgical Technologist or Scrub Tech, is an allied healthcare professional who works under the supervision of a surgeon in the operating room (OR) to ensure that the surgical environment is safe, sterile, and efficient. They are responsible for preparing the OR with the necessary instruments, equipment, and supplies for each surgery.

Their duties typically include:

1. Setting up the operating room with sterile supplies, instruments, and equipment according to the specific requirements of each surgical procedure.
2. Preparing the patient for surgery by washing, shaving, and disinfecting the incision site, as well as helping the patient onto the operating table and positioning them correctly.
3. Assisting the surgeon during the operation by passing instruments, holding retractors, cutting sutures, and sponging the operative field.
4. Monitoring and maintaining the sterility of the surgical environment, including the use of aseptic techniques, to prevent infections.
5. Operating and monitoring various equipment such as electrosurgical units, suction machines, and lights during the surgery.
6. Counting sponges, needles, and instruments before and after each procedure to ensure that nothing is left inside the patient's body.
7. Cleaning and restocking the operating room after a procedure, preparing it for the next case.
8. Collaborating with surgeons, anesthesiologists, registered nurses, and other members of the surgical team to provide optimal care for each patient.
9. Maintaining and understanding the functionality of various surgical instruments and equipment used during surgeries.
10. Participating in continuing education courses and professional development opportunities to stay current with new technology, techniques, and regulations in the field.

Protective gloves are a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) used to shield the hands from potential harm or contamination. They can be made from various materials such as latex, nitrile rubber, vinyl, or polyethylene and are designed to provide a barrier against chemicals, biological agents, radiation, or mechanical injuries. Protective gloves come in different types, including examination gloves, surgical gloves, chemical-resistant gloves, and heavy-duty work gloves, depending on the intended use and level of protection required.

Audiology is a branch of science that deals with the study of hearing, balance disorders, and related conditions. It involves the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing and balance problems using various tests, techniques, and devices. Audiologists are healthcare professionals who specialize in this field and provide services such as hearing evaluations, fitting of hearing aids, and counseling for people with hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears). They also work closely with other medical professionals to manage complex cases and provide rehabilitation services.

Occupational diseases are health conditions or illnesses that occur as a result of exposure to hazards in the workplace. These hazards can include physical, chemical, and biological agents, as well as ergonomic factors and work-related psychosocial stressors. Examples of occupational diseases include respiratory illnesses caused by inhaling dust or fumes, hearing loss due to excessive noise exposure, and musculoskeletal disorders caused by repetitive movements or poor ergonomics. The development of an occupational disease is typically related to the nature of the work being performed and the conditions in which it is carried out. It's important to note that these diseases can be prevented or minimized through proper risk assessment, implementation of control measures, and adherence to safety regulations.

Occupational exposure refers to the contact of an individual with potentially harmful chemical, physical, or biological agents as a result of their job or occupation. This can include exposure to hazardous substances such as chemicals, heavy metals, or dusts; physical agents such as noise, radiation, or ergonomic stressors; and biological agents such as viruses, bacteria, or fungi.

Occupational exposure can occur through various routes, including inhalation, skin contact, ingestion, or injection. Prolonged or repeated exposure to these hazards can increase the risk of developing acute or chronic health conditions, such as respiratory diseases, skin disorders, neurological damage, or cancer.

Employers have a legal and ethical responsibility to minimize occupational exposures through the implementation of appropriate control measures, including engineering controls, administrative controls, personal protective equipment, and training programs. Regular monitoring and surveillance of workers' health can also help identify and prevent potential health hazards in the workplace.

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    • Privately owned non-corporate busy small animal hospital located in Los Alamitos has an open position for full or part-time veterinary technician, licensed or not. (
    • Applicant for this position must have experience as a vet tech in a busy small animal hospital setting. (
    • The hospital recently introduced a Veterinary Technician Career Ladder to accelerate the careers of veterinary technicians with newly created roles, such as managers and clinical directors. (
    • DENVER, Colo., Sept. 5, 2000 -As the cameras roll at Alameda East Animal Hospital, home of the hit Animal Planet TV show, "Emergency Vets," Certified Veterinary Technician Taryn Marsh performs her job largely unaware of the television production crew around her. (
    • Marsh is one of twenty veterinary technician supervisors who work full time at the now well-known 24-hour emergency animal clinic, located in Denver, Colo. It is at Alameda East that she started her career four years ago, long before the hospital became a reality-based television set, but she says the daily schedule of her job really hasn't changed that much. (
    • All of us who work here have adopted abandoned animals from the hospital, and now, the crew is adopting animals who need homes as well. (
    • Technicians also bring a different perspective to a veterinary hospital, explains Marsh. (
    • But most importantly, I think it shows the level of care that animals receive when they come to our hospital. (
    • Denver pet owners, however, can count on Taryn Marsh to continue to bring the pets at Alameda East Animal Hospital the best care possible - regardless if the cameras are rolling. (
    • CONCORD, New Hampshire (Reuters) Dec 03 - A former New Hampshire hospital technician who caused dozens of people to become infected with hepatitis C when he injected himself with syringes of painkillers that were then used on patients was sentenced to 39 years in prison on Monday. (
    • Kwiatkowski worked as a traveling medical technician in at least eight states for nearly a decade before he was arrested last year following a rash of unexplained hepatitis C cases at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire. (
    • All blog content is copyrighted by Mallard Creek Animal Hospital and may not be copied, reproduced, transmitted, or distributed without permission. (
    • Bright Eyes & Bushy Tails Veterinary Hospital and Emergency Veterinary Service of Iowa City is an AAHA accredited companion animal hospital serving the Iowa City, IA area. (
    • Cresskill Animal Hospital , located right outside of NYC, has an exciting opportunity for a Veterinarian to join our growing team. (
    • Cresskill Animal Hospital is a busy, three-doctor hospital with a reputation for combining high-quality veterinary care with exceptional client service for companion animals. (
    • Raritan Animal Hospital, one of the first veterinary hospitals in the US, is seeking a veterinarian to join our established, multi-doctor and AAHA-accredited practice! (
    • Hoboken Animal Hospital is looking for a Veterinarian to join our growing practice. (
    • Montvale Animal Hospital in Montvale, NJ is seeking an associate veterinarian to join our friendly and inviting team of doctors and staff! (
    • We are a full-service animal hospital that emphasizes quality veterinary and preventive care for dogs and cats. (
    • Ringwood Animal Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a part-time, experienced veterinarian to join our team. (
    • Lee's Summit Animal Hospital employs 13 Registered Veterinary Technicians and Veterinaryassistants. (
    • Hudson Animal Hospital is currently looking for a licensed veterinary technician to join our team! (
    • The Veterinary Technician supports the veterinarians in ensuring quality veterinary care for all pets, advocates for pets, educates clients on all aspects of pet health, and ensures a safe and effective hospital environment. (
    • NEW YORK , Sept. 19, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Stephen & Christine Schwarzman Animal Medical Center will present its first ever Veterinary Technician Conference on October 13 th, which recognizes the valuable contributions and critical work performed by veterinary technicians as part of AMC's week-long celebration of National Veterinary Technician Week. (
    • National Veterinary Technician Week (October 14-20, 2018) is a good time to talk about what veterinary technicians do. (
    • It's time to celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week! (
    • This year's edition of National Veterinary Technician Week runs from October 15-21, 2017. (
    • The Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians decided in 2017 that celebrating for only one week just wasn't good enough. (
    • After getting the green light from the facility veterinarians, Brekke tried out her invention with the sentinels (animals in a lab who are not used in research projects, but who are closely monitored to quickly identify any potential pathogens in the colony). (
    • Brekke obtained veterinarians' approval for the new design, and the principal investigators' permission to try them out with their animals. (
    • Since 2005, Veterinarians Without Borders Canada has worked with organizations in different parts of the world to help animals wherever there is a need. (
    • A certified veterinary technician can bring attention to different ideas and methods of doing things that can help the veterinarians in ways they may not have considered," she said. (
    • Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers handle routine animal care and help scientists, veterinarians, and others with their daily tasks. (
    • This finding was not true for veterinary technicians and technologists who more often died from opioid poisoning compared with veterinarians. (
    • Found that veterinarians were significantly less likely than veterinary technicians and technologists to have a history of a suicide attempt before the fatal incident. (
    • Based on the research findings, it will be important to ensure suicide prevention activities are aimed at veterinary technicians as well as veterinarians. (
    • Casa lui Petrocle is a Romanian non-profit that has been advocating for animals since 2016. (
    • Working at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center for 22 years has been an amazing journey," said Nancy Patsos , LVT, VTS (ECC), Chief Veterinary Technician at AMC. (
    • I am proud to be part of the future of veterinary medicine at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, and I invite veterinary technicians to join me at this event. (
    • With more than 20 specialties and services under one roof, the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center is able to provide high quality collaborative care. (
    • The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality medical care. (
    • In partnership with Sirius XM, the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center presents 'Ask the Vet,' a podcast all about the pets we love and how to care for them. (
    • Access all of the information you need to refer your patients to the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center. (
    • As part of our ongoing commitment to education, the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center hosts regular lectures and conferences led by the top minds in veterinary medicine. (
    • Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT) by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS). (
    • Eligibility for AALAS certification at the Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT) level required upon eligibility. (
    • And depending on what state you call home, vet assistant pay starts at around $28,590 annually ( ). (
    • Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers work mainly in clinics, animal hospitals, and research laboratories. (
    • Most veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers have a high school diploma or equivalent and learn the occupation on the job. (
    • The median annual wage for veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers is $29,780. (
    • Employment of veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers is projected to grow 19 percent over the next ten years, faster than the average for all occupations. (
    • Compare the job duties, education, job growth, and pay of veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers with similar occupations. (
    • Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers did not have higher likelihood of suicide. (
    • and Animal Caretakers, four FTEs. (
    • This uniquely designed program is provided for a veterinarian and registered veterinary technician from the same practice to enhance learning as a team. (
    • She provides a quick reference and practically relevant canine behaviour resource to meet both the specific needs of the veterinary nurse or technician and the needs of the wider general practice team. (
    • Note: This article, written by LifeLearn Animal Health (LifeLearn Inc.) is licensed to this practice for the personal use of our clients. (
    • Arya Animal Acupuncture is seeking an experienced veterinary technician (veterinary nurse) to join our small but growing practice as a veterinary nurse supervisor . (
    • Arya Animal Acupuncture is a 1 doctor veterinary practice focusing on integrative medicine (a blend of holistic and traditional medicine). (
    • Technicians licensed in North Carolina must also pass a state examination based on the NC Veterinary Practice Act. (
    • Moving into the exhibition, technicians' work (in their different iterations) was further illustrated as a highly professional, specialised job - and often requiring embodied, skilled practice. (
    • Veterinary Receptionist Chesterfield Veterinary Clinic is a progressive, small animal, multi doctor practice located in Bordentown, NJ. (
    • Utilizing Veterinary Technicians: How Does Your Practice Measure Up? (
    • She has been practicing in Central Ohio for the last decade and recently joined the Cedar Hill Animal Clinic team in 2023. (
    • If you know of any additional reputable organizations which are accepting donations of any kind to help animals in Ukraine, please email the information to [email protected] for consideration. (
    • Their volunteers are helping find shelter and veterinary care for any animals in need, no matter the species. (
    • 0.0001), and found dead (OR = 1.16, p = 0.0089) were independently associated with positive rabies testing results at alpha 0.05 level adjusted by categorized animal species and type of animal. (
    • Their training covers multiple animal species. (
    • Anna has always had a passion for animals of all species, and loves what she does as a technician. (
    • Duties might include tasks like daily animal observations and consumables checks, performing cage changes, providing environmental enrichment, and administering any treatments needed for a variety of animal species. (
    • Four different laboratory animal care workers are shown with different laboratory animal species including zebrafish, a mouse, a pig, and a rabbit. (
    • This poster displays three regulated animal species - a monkey, rabbit and pig. (
    • This list of responsibilities is not exhaustive-and what isn't covered in the job description: all types of bodily fluids (on their skin, scrubs, and hair), covering reception duties, missed breaks, extended shifts, aggressive animals, and exposure to infectious diseases. (
    • This is in addition to fulfilling her duties as the Colorado State Representative for the North American Veterinary Technician Association, an organization that is dedicated to promoting the vital role veterinary technicians play on the veterinary health care team. (
    • Job ID348781 LocationTwin Cities Job FamilyStu Technician Services Full/Part TimePart-Time Regular/TemporaryRegular Job Code2226 Employee ClassStudent Insurance Eligible About the Job Description: Job duties in the Veterinary Medical Center. (
    • On any given day, you will find our veterinary technicians performing duties in patient care, surgery, dentistry and client care. (
    • Practical Canine Behaviour: For Veterinary Nurses and Technicians (2nd ed). (
    • Pet owners know them as Veterinary Technicians or Nurses, and veterinary practices know them as Miracle Workers. (
    • Your pet's veterinary clinic couldn't operate without its heroic veterinary technicians/nurses. (
    • Veterinary technicians are trained caregivers who fill a role in veterinary medicine similar to the role of nurses in human medicine. (
    • technicians (like nurses in human hospitals) implement the treatment plan. (
    • One such committed individual is Jessica Brekke, registered laboratory animal technician working at the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester, Minnesota. (
    • Below are some of the important tasks that a veterinary technician performs in a clinic. (
    • Acting as a Modern Animal brand ambassador, including implementing local marketing efforts to grow your clinic membership base as needed. (
    • Qualified assistants compete in a variety of workplaces ranging from veterinary clinics and hospitals to zoos, aquariums, animal shelters, wildlife refuges, rehabilitation centers, research laboratories, and university agricultural programs. (
    • The NIAMS Laboratory Animal Care and Use Section (LACU) provides support to all NIAMS Intramural Research Program (IRP) Branches and Laboratories. (
    • Wildlife education and rehabilitation centers, zoos, and aquariums, on the other hand, give veterinary assistants the opportunity to work with a mind-boggling array of exotic animals ranging from the cute and furry to the slithery and venomous. (
    • Veterinary social work services can help you and your family cope with the challenges of caring for your sick or injured animal companion. (
    • Caring for sick and injured animals is tough work, often emotionally draining. (
    • Most veterinary technicians in the United States work in private animal hospitals. (
    • To me, it read as part celebration, part careers pitch: it promoted the work that technicians do as vital and skilled, amidst a high-throughput, "Big Science" landscape. (
    • Yet I was particularly interested in its framing of (animal) technicians' work as "craft", with its implications of embodied, careful, and hands-on work. (
    • Below, I share some thoughts on how technicians' work is represented in the exhibition, and reflect on what is foregrounded - and what is not - when representing animal care as a form of craft. (
    • Craft & Graft celebrated the work of the varied technicians who work at the Institute. (
    • The type of maintenance work evident in these representations go beyond ensuring that supplies (eg glassware) are available, and show how technicians contribute to the quality control of the science taking place at the Crick by ensuring the continued survival of cell cultures and assuring the safety of inbound 'raw materials' for research. (
    • They are responsible for the assurance and care for all the things - from animals to cells, equipment to data - that make researchers' work possible. (
    • What does a Registered Veterinary Technician Do While At Work? (
    • Veterinary technicians have been educated to work in the fields of small animal medicine, large animal medicine, research and diagnostic laboratory testing, as well as some specialty areas such as exotic pets and zoo animals. (
    • Ability to work with small animals under conditions with loud noises & strong odors. (
    • To determine whether the work microbiome contributes to the human microbiome of workers.We performed area air sampling from the animal rooms, dirty, middle, and setup cage wash locations in four academic mouse research facilities. (
    • Vet Tech Week honors the important role that technicians play in providing quality veterinary care. (
    • If you'd like to learn more about veterinary technicians, see the AVMA web page about veterinary technicians and assistants and the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America website . (
    • 2) On February 26, 2013, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Panel on Euthanasia released the AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals: 2013 Edition (Guidelines). (
    • While Happy Paw is another non-profit organization that helps support shelter animals in Ukraine, they also help promote the humane treatment of stray animals. (
    • Shelter Ugolyok is an animal rescue and farm sanctuary in Ukraine, looking after hundreds of animals. (
    • Network for Animals has partnered with a small Polish animal shelter called Dolnośląski Inspektorat Ochrony Zwierząt (DIOZ) to help rescue animals refugees from the war in Ukraine. (
    • Workers who exceeded the NIOSH REL included a worker passing out tickets to trucks bringing in debris, a forklift driver supplying construction material to roofers at a naval air station, a veterinarian, a veterinary assistant, and two veterinarian technicians providing care to canines at a temporary outdoor animal shelter. (
    • Dedicated and compassionate animal care technicians can make a tremendous difference in the quality of the animals' lives. (
    • She then attended Lakeland College and received her Animal Health Technology Diploma in 2018. (
    • The 25th annual event, promoted by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA), runs from October 14-20, 2018. (
    • Explore new Laboratory Animal Technician job openings and options for career transitions into related roles. (
    • the Registered Science Technician (RSciTech) was developed with the support of the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, with the aim of increasing the professionalism and recognition of those working in technical roles in science. (
    • In this role, you will predominantly be performing cagewash/animal caretaker roles at various sites throughout the division. (
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    • Many people don't know that a certified veterinary technician is really an equivalent to a registered nurse," said Marsh. (
    • The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) has announced a new specialty certification for vet techs. (
    • The laboratory animal specialty will be the fourteenth specialty area recognized by NAVTA. (
    • If you find you love the field and want to further your career, you can always pursue a degree as a veterinary technician, or become a specialist in a field such as veterinary anesthesiology or dentistry. (
    • Marsh's plans for the future include continuing her pursuit to become a certified veterinary technician specialist in emergency and critical care. (
    • will be presented by Kenichiro Yagi, a veterinary technician specialist in emergency and critical care. (
    • Registration as RSciTech has been encouraged by institutions such as Imperial College London, and the UK Government's Science manufacturing technician and Laboratory technician apprenticeship standards are designed to lead to registration as an RSciTech. (
    • Enlisted missile technicians inspect an Atlas ICBM in the missile assembly building at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA. All missile systems had to pass 'dry run' tests before their transfer to the launch site. (
    • There are animals across Ukraine who are in need of help, animals in zoos and shelters, the beloved pets evacuating with their humans, and those unlucky pets who were left behind as their owners became casualties of the war or were unable to take them as they evacuated. (
    • NAVTA, founded in 1981, provides direction, education, support and coordination for its members and works with other allied professional organizations for the competent care and humane treatment of animals. (
    • This position requires the candidate to be part of a team working towards specific production goals, while adhering to health and safety policies and procedures, and following MLAF SOPs regarding the humane treatment of animals under our care. (
    • In vivo" experiments with mouse and rat models and routine supervision of the experimental animals, under veterinary guidelines. (
    • Under general supervision, provides routine care and handling of laboratory animals in a safe and sanitary manner. (
    • You will perform routine animal health observations to detect any potential issues early on and assist with creating optimal living conditions for the animals. (
    • This 2015 reprint of the Public Health Service (PHS) Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (Policy) is available in both printed and electronic formats. (
    • Laboratory technician diploma or Degree or Master in Veterinary / Biology / Biotechnology or related fields. (
    • We are looking for an Animal Support Technician to join our Insourcing Solutions team located in Bethesda, MD. (
    • Veterinary technicians have become a critical part of the veterinary team over the years. (
    • Explora Biolabs a Charles River Company is looking for an Animal Care Technician to join our team, located in Boston, MA. (
    • Our Veterinary Technician Team Rocks! (
    • We had a lot of fun while showing appreciation for our team of super technicians in various ways. (
    • We care deeply about the profession, and we are looking for talented Veterinary Technicians to join our growing team. (
    • Culture of Care and Compassion Starts Here - Recognizing our animal care team. (
    • A relationship was detected between the submitter and technician observations and animal rabies detection in Massachusetts during 1992-2006 by logistic regression and Fisher exact testing. (
    • Eastern Florida State College offers 2 Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician and Veterinary Assistant degree programs. (
    • The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has been helping to provide funds to shelters in Ukraine for pet food and veterinary supplies. (
    • UAnimals is gathering donations to help Ukrainian animal shelters (Give A Paw, Chance for Life, Pif and Sirius) with food and supplies, which are in short supply. (
    • Sirius is one of the largest animal shelters in Ukraine, but needs assistance to keep things running. (
    • CCM provides the highest quality veterinary and animal care and acts as a resource for the faculty on veterinary and scientific issues relating to the use of laboratory animals. (
    • laboratory animals under their charge. (
    • You will provide food, water, and clean housing to animals according to applicable SOPs. (
    • Dedicated animal technician well-versed in animal care laws and regulations offering 9 years experience in a lab setting. (
    • with 6+ months' experience with animal care and handling in a laboratory/similar environment desired. (
    • Alternately, candidates with an A.S. in Veterinary Technology and 6+ months' animal care experience will also be considered. (
    • Associate degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school preferred, experience performing basic animal care desired. (
    • He previously interned at the Phoenix Zoo with a focus on endangered animal husbandry and population recovery. (
    • Veterinary Technician Assistant Level I, II, and III for our ER and oncology departments Full Time/Part Time Positions Available! (
    • Sirius has been caring for stray animals for over 20 years. (
    • In this book Stephanie Hedges draws on more than 20 years as a practicing veterinary nurse and her training as a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB). (
    • Our job is not one someone can just walk off the street and perform, it requires two to four years of schooling, the love of animals, and hands-on experiences," she said. (
    • For more than 50 years, AMC has conducted clinical trials to contribute new scientific knowledge and improve the medical and surgical care for animals. (
    • North Carolina requires 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years for veterinary technicians. (