2 edition of Controlled vocabulary for subject indexing in the Veterinary bulletin and Index veterinarius found in the catalog.
Controlled vocabulary for subject indexing in the Veterinary bulletin and Index veterinarius
Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Health.
|Statement||Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Health.|
|LC Classifications||Z695.1.V4 C65 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||77369067|
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You are a vet if you served in the Armed Forces, or if you went to veterinary school and now give medical care to animals. Searching for Veterinary Evidence: Strategies and Resources for Locating Clinical Research and international standards from to the present. As the online equivalent of the Index Veterinarius and Veterinary Bulletin, its strength is its international coverage of the animal health literature.
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The optimal retrieval of a literature search in biomedicine depends on the appropriate use of Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), descriptors and keywords among authors and indexers. We hypothesized that authors, investigators and indexers in four biomedical databases are not consistent in their use of terminology in Complementary and Alternative Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Veterinary Medicine Books online.
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Author(s): Gluckstein, Fritz P. Contributor(s): National Library of Medicine (U.S.). I bought this book (used) for a class I am putting together online to teach Veterinary Vocabulary.
It looks well written and laid out. I just got into it so I will report back later. I am already a vet tech with 42 years of experience so I didn't buy it to learn the vernacular but a /5(32).
Learn vocabulary veterinary medical animals with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of vocabulary veterinary medical animals flashcards on Quizlet. There are many great reference books for use in the veterinary office.
Here are some short reviews of the best books on veterinary medicine available today. 'The Merck Veterinary Manual' This book has long been a staple of veterinary professionals around the world and continues its relevance in today's practices.
Books shelved as veterinary-medicine: All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot, The Merck Veterinary Manual by Cynthia M. Kahn, Textbook of Veterin. However, for searching for a species or family of animals, controlled vocabulary can be most useful for retrieving all relevant papers.
When searching for a broader subject such as an organism at the family level or higher (e.g., Canidae) or a class of diseases (e.g., neoplastic disease), controlled terminology is particularly useful. PubMed's Cited by: 8. Small Animals and Veterinary Science b 3 1 9 6 2 7 8 4 5 g erb il ca vy a t do g m u s h ams tre t a i b a r ho g i c n c l i hed ge In this activity you will: Crossword—Key • become familiar with small animal terms.
Across 3. Spiny Insectivore 5. Canine 6. Has cheek pouches 8. Rodent from Mongolia 9. Guinea Pig Down 1. Prized for fur 2 File Size: KB. (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 15 March ) “The result is a powerful survey, highly recommended for any veterinary reference library.” (Midwest Book Review, 1 August ) “This is a useful resource for veterinary students and technicians, as well as a review for practitioners/5(21).
veterinary: 1 adj of or relating to veterinarians or veterinary medicine n a doctor who practices veterinary medicine Synonyms: vet, veterinarian, veterinary surgeon Types: horse doctor a veterinarian who treats horses Type of: Dr., MD, doc, doctor, medico, physician a licensed medical practitioner.
Veterinarian vocabulary, Veterinarian word list - a free resource used in o schools to enhance vocabulary mastery & written/verbal skills with Latin & Greek roots. Fleming's vest-pocket veterinary adviser veterinary science, as it applies to the more prevalent ailments of horses and cattle, condensed, simplified and made practical for the farmer and stockman: published in the mutual interest of the farmers of the country, and the proprietors of Fleming's guaranteed stock remedies.
veterinary lingo. For the directions below, the dog is standing in the center of a room with his head facing the north wall. On the body: Dorsal - toward the ceiling or back Ventral - toward the floor or belly Cranial, or anterior - toward the north wall or head Caudal, or posterior - File Size: 37KB.
Journal of Veterinary Research (formerly Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy) is a quarterly that publishes original papers, review articles and short communications on bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology, molecular biology, pathology, toxicology, pharmacology, and biochemistry.
The main emphasis is, however, on.Objective: The study sought to determine whether methodological search strategies identified by Haynes et al. as most effective for locating information for evidence-based medicine in MEDLINE would be effective in locating information in CAB Abstracts for evidence-based veterinary medicine.
Methods: Articles published in the year volumes of the Journal of the American Cited by: Click on the veterinary terms to reveal their definitions.
Indicates that something has no presence of bacteria in it. A location in which animals are slaughtered; a slaughter house. Abaxial is a term that refers to something in particular being found away from the center of the body or the body part in question.