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Veterinary Post Duties
May 27, 2017

Veterinary Medicine Veterinarians are responsible for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases by animals. Veterinarians are the use of medical methods to promote the coordination of animals (including wild animals and poultry livestock aquatic animals) with microbes and natural environments. Class workers

  A doctor who carries out the disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the animal. Narrow veterinarians work for artificially rearing mammals and birds. Veterinarians by division of labor can be divided into: practicing veterinarians (animal diagnosis and treatment), the official veterinary (animal epidemic prevention law enforcement) and veterinary researchers.

  Maintain animal health, ensure animal safety, guide livestock production, ensure food safety, control zoonotic disease, establish animal model of human disease

  Job Responsibilities

  1, pet doctor job responsibilities

  (1) for medical examination of pets, writing medical records, record medical records;

  (2) the implementation of laboratory pets, imaging, puncture techniques and other diagnostic procedures, and laboratory and inspection reports and results of the analysis, make a diagnosis, identification and implementation of pet medical programs;

  (3) the use of the necessary medical equipment, equipment, drugs, oxygen, nutritional supplements, blood transfusion, alternative treatment and other means of treatment of pet diseases;

  (4) consultation or referral of difficult cases of pet;

  (5) to observe the pet after the disease changes, and take the appropriate treatment;

  (6) isolating infected infectious or zoonotic pets, taking precautionary measures and reporting on the epidemic in time;

  (7) to carry out pet disease diagnosis and treatment technology research.

  2, animal husbandry and veterinary post duties

  (1) management of animal daily epidemic prevention and control as well as feeding and Veterinary Medicine management, breeding breeding;

  (2) engaged in animal diagnosis, treatment, surgery;

  (3) to guide the breeder to livestock breeding;

  (4) to carry out livestock disease and disease diagnosis and treatment technology research.