Cow Eye Dissection Introduction: The eye is a special sensory organ with a complex structure and function. The objective was to gain a better understanding of the structure and the function of the eye. In this lab, we set out to dissect a cow's eye and identify the different parts of the eye. We did this by removing the fat and muscle surrounding the eye to reveal the sclera, and be able to make an incision in the middle of the eye to reveal the inner parts of the eye; the vitreous humor, ciliary body, choroid and retina. Once all the parts were identified, we received a clearer understanding of how each part of the eye affected the whole eye.
It is perfectly natural for a cat to claw and knead. (2) The Different Types of Methods Used There are several methods veterinarians use to remove the claws and they are explained as follows: The Clipper Method: This is the most common method. The third digit of the toe is cut through by using a sterile nail trimmer. This is the part of the bone from which the claw growth is removed. The veterinarian either sews the incision with suture material or closes it with surgical glue.
Next we made and incision to the abdominal cavity, using a scalpel to expose the internal organs. After identifying all of the organs of the fetus’ body we started to remove the organ that we used for testing. The first we removed was the heart. We removed the heart using a scalpel and weighed the heart. We then compared the weight of our pig’s heart to three other fetal pigs.
Nurses must use sterile dressings on open skin surfaces to prevent infection. We must also keep patient equipment and supplies clean in order to prevent the spread of germs. Nurses must also use personal protective equipment like a mask, eye protection and a face shields if you are near a patient care activity that may involve a splash or spray of body fluids, they should then dispose of all single use personal protective equipment immediately after use. Cleaners should clean toilets with disinfectant to kills any germs. They should also clean any surfaces e.g.
I am then placed near the intended anastamose site and measured for a tailor fit, paying special attention to positioning. If I am asked to lay to close to the skin, skin ischemia may occur along with an increased chance of infection. Place me too deep, and I can get pretty slippery as you enter the cannulation stage of the procedure. Gore-Tex Propaten Grafts are known to be quite ticklish and my inadvertent kicks and punches can cause perigraft hematomas when placed this far down. Once all modifications are made to ensure proper placement and fit, and verifying that I will not hit by a flash flood of blood from the artery which I will soon be a part of, the suturing process may begin.
Ethical Treatment of Animals Christine Conklin SOC120 Instructor Getachew Wakgira May 17, 2013 Ethical Treatment of Animals Walk down the aisles of any neighborhood grocery store and you will find numerous items that were once part of an animal’s body or produced by various body parts. They have been butchered, sliced up, processed, packaged, and sold to humans for many years so that we may continue to be well-nourished and happy creatures. What the average person doesn’t think about when purchasing and consuming those tasty bacon burgers with melted cheddar cheese is the process by which those products were delivered to them. Was the animal treated ethically as a living creature or did it live a short and painful life with many others of its type only to have its feathers ripped out and head chopped off so that its body can be deep fried and dipped in sweet and sour sauce? This report will demonstrate the differences of the treatment of animals comparing cultures.
4.3.1 list 5 ways in which you may assist the veterinarian during surgical procedures. 1. intubation 2. prepare surgical site 3.change anaesthetic depth 4. adjust light 5. Draw up and administer drugs 4.4 Describe the sterilisation technique used in your clinic and list any health hazards associated with this technique. Scrub clean instruments using rapidex – irritating to eyes and skin. Inhalation of dust.
It detects and destroys diseased meat before it gets to the buyer. The act reassures the people of sanitary handling and preventing contamination. It terminates any chemical or drug residue left on the meat before packaging. The meat inspection also avoids any type of false labeling on any products. When the Act was passed, the meat packaging industry had to succumb to continuous inspections and investigations by the Agricultural Department which would be paid for by the meat packaging industry.
Long-term consequences of HUS include abnormal kidney function, seizures, high blood pressure, blindness and paralysis. Some patients may have to have part of their bowel removed. To prevent E. coli 0157:H7, cook all ground beef and hamburger meat thoroughly, usually to 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep raw meat separated from other foods, wash hands, counters and utensils with hot, soapy water. Do not use same plate for cooked meat.
Bloat should be treated as soon as possible. There are some medications that can help with Bloat. Some veterinarians use mineral oil to help treat cases of Bloat. Another thing that can be done to help Bloat, is to keep that cattle walking. It is important that they inhale with deep breathes.