Veterinary client handout and educational video: How to administer subcutaneous fluids

Veterinary client handout and educational video: How to administer subcutaneous fluids

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Nov 11, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

Helping your clients learn how to administer subcutaneous fluids at home is a great way to build the veterinarian-client bond while making life more comfortable for their pets. Click here to download a step-by-step handout, complete with photos, for performing the procedure.

Want to take your educational efforts a step further? Check out the video below, which features a real-life demonstration on administering subcutaneous fluids. Embed the video on your veterinary practice's website (click here for embedding instructions) for a great way to reach your clients at home.

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