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Students using Anatomage virtual dissection table Students and lecturer using Anatomage virtual dissection table Students and tutor using Anatomage virtual dissection table Tutor demonstrating correct placement of a headcollar on an equine mode Tutor demonstrating blood sampling from the jugular vein of sheep on a clinical skills simulator Placing a foot bandage on the paw of a model canine patient Practicing placement of an intravenous cannula in the cephalic vein on a canine clinical skill simulator Placing a dressing to secure an intravenous cannula on a canine limb model (in practice you would probably use tape) Practicing rectal palpation for pregnancy detection on a bovine reproductive simulator
We've created a clinical skills suite filled with state-of-the-art equipment ready to be used by our vet students.
Completed in September 2021, this is the first step in our vet facilities development plan. It includes specialised equipment such as our virtual animal dissection Anatomage Tables - we're one of the first UK Universities to use this technology in our teaching.
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Students using Anatomage virtual dissection table
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- Vet medicine Anatomage tables
- Breed'n Betsy
- Animal teeth models
- TV screens
- Horse and sheep head models
During teaching hours.
The Vet Clinical Skills Suite can be found in AB025 of the Adelphi Building