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Top 50 Emergency Veterinary Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Emergency Veterinary Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Emergency Veterinary Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.7% of Emergency Veterinary Technician resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Emergency Veterinary Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Emergency Veterinary Technician

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Acted as liaison between doctors and clients, managed most customer relations and communications related to patient care.
  • Transport specimens to clinical labs, transport patient to x-ray, other departments and patient care units.
  • Assist multiple doctors at all stages of patient care and customer relations optimizing clinic productivity.
  • Worked with staff members to aid in patient care in a high stress environment.
  • Assisted the medical and nursing staff with patient care, procedures and documentation.
  • Provide patient care services, perform clerical duties, and maintain department operations.
  • Maintain and manage orderly rooms with necessary equipment necessary for patient care.
  • Provided patient care as per with the norms of Hospital Policy.
  • Follow JCAHO and other regulations to provide quality patient care.
  • Assured provision of safe, prudent, economical patient care.
  • Provide patient care under the direction of a Registered Nurse.
  • Assisted Physicians and Nurses with orders and patient care.
  • Aided nurses and physicians with patient care.
  • Assist with patient care and management.
  • Assist Physicians with multiple procedures and demonstrations Multiple hospital given I-CARE awards for demonstrating exceptional compassion and skill related to patient care
  • Direct patient care including transportation.Preforming laboratory blood draws and E.K.G.
  • Assisted veterinarians with patient care Clerical
  • perform vine puncture blood draw, check patients vitals, splints, and assist nursing staff with patient care.
  • Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as dressing wounds, treating bedsores, giving enemas, or performing catheterizations.
  • Answer phones Process admissions Transport Patients Plaster Splinting Coordinate patient transfers Interact with multiple disciples to coordinate patient care

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2. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Provided appropriate life-saving care and assisted veterinarian in triage emergency cases.
  • Provided emergency triage protocols as needed per situation.
  • Performed all duties from kennel cleaning to surgery anesthesia induction, prep, monitoring and recovery, triage and phone consultations.
  • Perform constant treatments to critical in-house patients with a skeleton crew, while adhering to emergency triage protocols.
  • Provide triage and critical care to all incoming emergent cases whilst managing patients currently in the hospital.
  • Work hand on hand with doctors on triage patients from the moment they walk in to dismissal.
  • Communicated with owners during triage to gather patient history and kept them informed during their wait.
  • Performed triage on patients and treated clients with compassion in highly stressful situations.
  • Assist in all emergencies, triage phone calls and incoming patients.
  • Do triage on animals if multiple patients walk in.
  • Weigh and triage animals and record information in files.
  • Perform triage on all walk-in emergency patients.
  • Preformed Triage on incoming patients.
  • Experienced in Emergency Triage, and exposure to many Veterinary sub-specialities.
  • Worked independently on overnight shift managing critical inpatients and stabilizing emergent triages
  • Assist in patient care including surgical preparation, surgical monitoring, and recovery post-surgery, patient assessment and triage.
  • Triaged clients, responsible for patient check-in and check-out, examined patients for signs of imminent distress.
  • Performed all aspects of emergency nursing, including triages, stabilization and specialized medicine Assisted in reception
  • Checked in, triaged, and released patients, while managing phones and assorted administrative work !
  • Adminstered critical care to hospitalized patients and triaged incoming patients and clients.

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3. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Sound knowledge of medical terminology, familiar with instruments, sterilization and aseptic techniques used in both invasive and non-invasive procedures.
  • Enhanced overall clientele by 30% through delivery of highly satisfactory veterinary care service generating positive customer references.
  • Developed excellent oral and written communication skills in order to communicate effectively with both medical personnel and customers.
  • Maintained individual computers and network, designed commerce website, responded to emergency computer and network failures.
  • Demonstrated positive interpersonal relations while working with patients, families, guests, physician, co-workers, other departments and management.
  • Worked closely with company owner and management to ensure coordination of scheduling, treatment and other daily activities.
  • Maintained proper aseptic technique, Personal Protective Equipment and isolation protocols for both patient and staff safety.
  • Complied with Federal guidelines on radiation safety in reference to handling and disposal of radioactive waste.
  • Exchange information and assist in coordinating activities within the unit and with other departments.
  • Tasked patient plans to whiteboards, calculated medication dosages and fluid additives/CRI's.
  • Interviewed patients while recording chief complaints, subjective notes, and objective observations.
  • Answered calls, made appointments, created new files, received payments.
  • Administered injections, applied wound dressings, placed IV catheters.
  • Removed IV's assisted with exams when needed.
  • Provide care to patients while recovering post-operatively
  • Organized team workflow and maintained Dr.'s appointment schedule through many heavy, unpredictable, and time sensitive caseloads.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality, universal precautions as OSHA.
  • Perform effective cardiac compressions in Code Blue situations.
  • Assessed and triaged Emergency Center patients upon arrival.
  • Give enemas and perform catheterizations, ear flushes, intravenous feedings, or gavages.

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4. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Trained new hires and assisted in skill development with existing ER Techs, including administering EKG's.
  • Required to perform EKG Exams, result analysis and alerting physicians in the event of irregularity.
  • Put patient on monitor, ran EKG, and preformed chest compression during code blue.
  • Assist with other technical functions such as: obtaining 12-lead EKG's.
  • Monitor telemetry, applying and recording 12-lead EKG.
  • Performed EKG's, wound care, and applied various types of casts and braces per MD orders.
  • Perform EKG's and blood glucose tests.
  • Draw blood, take EKG's, and transport patients Keep open line of communication between Patients, Families, and Caregivers
  • Assess vitals, apply splints and other orthopedic devices, perform wound care, phlebotomy and EKG's.
  • Job duties include: PerformingEKG's, phlebotomy draws, assisting Dr. or nurse as requested.
  • Completed EKG's, venipuncture, and performed other general wound care activities for patients.
  • Performed Phlebotomy, EKG, point of care testing, clerical and clinical support duties
  • Perform EKG's, splints, cardiac monitor application and identifies lethal dysrhythmias.
  • Facilitated CPR and electrocardiograms (EKG) Applied casts and splints for orthopedics.
  • Performed EKGs on patients that have chest pains or heart palpitations.
  • Performed EKGs in the unit.
  • Lift Team/EKG/ED Technician, Sharp Healthcare, San Diego, CA, Aug 2005-July 2012.
  • Trained for triage of patients, EKGs, Assist in a variety of procedures such as LPs and NG tubes.
  • Assisted with Patient Care Phlebotomy, EKG, stocking, and maintained a safe work environment
  • Performed EKGs and venipuntures Triage and Trauma trained Provided basic nursing care skills under the direction and supervision of the RN

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5. Anesthesia
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Here's how Anesthesia is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Assisted NEAMC surgeons (including administering and monitoring anesthesia, patient preparation, and post-surgical recovery).
  • Anesthetize animals and monitor anesthesia under the direction and supervision of the veterinarian.
  • Assisted in surgery, monitored anesthesia, maintained in-patient records and administered medications.
  • Prepared patients for emergency surgery and performed general and localized anesthesia.
  • Monitored critical patients under anesthesia and or receiving blood products.
  • Monitored anesthesia and sedation, prepped patients for sterile procedures.
  • Administered, assisted, and maintained anesthesia during surgery.
  • Set up/monitoring anesthesia for emergency surgery on critical patients.
  • Provide anesthesia and surgical support for emergency procedures.
  • Administered anesthesia and monitors animals during surgery.
  • Perform anesthesia on critical patients.
  • Administered anesthesia to animals, under the direction of a veterinarian, and monitored animals' responses to anesthetics.
  • Prepared and administered anesthesia, as well as monitored for effects prior to, during, and after surgery.
  • Induce and maintain anesthesia, and administer medications, fluids and blood products as prescribed by the veterinarian.
  • Perform medical task such lab work, monitoring anesthesia, monitoring and performing treatment to hospitalized patients.
  • Assist in various emergency appointments, surgeries and procedures, including running anesthesia.
  • Aided in induction of, monitored, and recovery of anesthesia.

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6. Emergency Surgeries
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Here's how Emergency Surgeries is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Experienced in running codes, assisting in emergency surgeries, and providing stabilizing care to critical patients.
  • Set up for emergency surgeries.

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7. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Set catheters, draw blood, x-rays, ultrasound, Reception, surgical pack maintenance, CPR and other emergency services.
  • Perform EKG's, apply splints, administer wound care, and assist during CPR under direction of physicians.
  • Led CPR codes in an efficient and calm manner with several success stories to full recovery.
  • Perform lifesaving treatment to animals in need, including CPR, and administering shock treatments.
  • Administer emergency first aid, such as performing CPR or other life saving procedures.
  • Assist with resuscitation / CPR and emergency airway procedures.
  • Revived a patient using CPR and AED.
  • Assist with CPR and other emergencies.
  • Performed CPR, wound care, Foley's, IV's and basic life support.
  • Certified Nurse Technician - License #NA08657796, CPR - Certified Provide care to patients assigned within unit specific defined limits.
  • Perform CPR when needed Can perform receptionist duties after 2am, checking in, checking out, care credit.
  • Perform 12-Lead ECGs, CPR when indicated and assist patient ventilation utilizing a bag-valve-mask.
  • Assist with patient documentation, CPR, and post-mortem care.
  • perform CPR And assist with life saving treatments.
  • Contributed to stabilization of critical patients, including IV catheterization, intubation, CPR.
  • Triaged emergency patients, assisted with CPR, monitored and treated hospitalized patients.

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8. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Display strong clinical skills in assessing vital signs, performing lab draws and glucose checks, and provide emergent care.
  • Assisted in the prepping, induction, and monitoring of anesthesia as well as recovery for normal vital signs.
  • Preformed and maintained records of patients vital signs as well as intake and output.
  • Assisted with wound prep, administering enemas, obtaining vital signs, and codes
  • Obtain and monitor patient vital signs and administer oxygen when necessary.
  • Obtain accurate vital signs and properly chart all results.
  • Take vital signs and observe patients well being.
  • Connected patients to monitor and record vital signs.
  • Assess, monitor and record patient vital signs.
  • Monitored all vital signs of patients.

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9. Laboratory Tests
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Here's how Laboratory Tests is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Prepare tissue samples, take blood samples, and execute laboratory tests, such as urinalysis and blood cell counts.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests or diagnostic tests, such as taking or developing x-rays.
  • Executed laboratory tests such as urinalysis, blood counts, and blood typing.
  • Perform laboratory tests on blood, urine, and feces using modern diagnostic equipment (i.e.

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10. Digital X-Rays
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11. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Performed vital signs manually to include pulse rate, manual blood pressures, and respiratory counts.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse and oxygen saturation.
  • Check patient s vital signs (blood pressure, temperature etc) Lifting patients and repositioning.

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12. Emergency Room
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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Performed orthopedic treatment functions as preparation and application of partial casts, splints and dressings under emergency room attention conditions.
  • Assessed physical\mental history of patients coming into the emergency room.
  • Record and take vitals from Triage also in the emergency room.
  • Care for patients in a busy 35 bed Emergency room.
  • Have assisted in Pediatric Emergency Room - Exposure in Med.
  • Transported high-risk patients to appointments and emergency room visits.
  • Assist RNs, doctors, and other patient care employees with providing patient care in an acute hospital emergency room setting.
  • Triaged animals upon arrival to emergency room and proceeded with CPR or other action as necessary.
  • Ensured all emergency rooms, crash carts and intubation carts were stocked at all times.
  • Maintained emergency room equipment, kept the workspace clean and organize.

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13. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Trained in phlebotomy, and placement of Foley and straight catheters.
  • Possess profound skills in phlebotomy and IV insertion.

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14. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Qualified to administer and monitor anesthesia, and assist in surgical procedures, including preparatory and post-op care.
  • Provided care to hospitalized patients and assisted veterinarians during patient exams and surgical procedures.
  • Prepare surgical equipment and pass instruments or materials to veterinarians during surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in surgery and administered anesthesia during surgical procedures.
  • Assist Veterinarians in major and minor emergency surgical procedures.
  • Prepared surgical equipment and patient for surgical procedures.
  • Assisted veterinarians with surgical procedures and treatments.
  • Assist veterinarians in surgical procedures including anesthesia.
  • Assisted veterinarian as needed during surgical procedures.
  • Assisted Physicians with non-critical/minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed treatments for in-house patients, Tech for doctor, Take patient's history, Help during surgical procedures
  • Assess emergency patients, TPR, preparation of emergency surgical procedures.
  • Assist in non-surgical and surgical procedures.

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15. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Assessed critical patients and made treatment decisions in emergency situations.
  • Treated animals that were in critical condition and emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations, and added the personal, caring touch that immediately put patients at ease.
  • Assessed emergency situations and calmed people down both in-person and over-the-phone, ran group therapy sessions.
  • Treat animals in both routine and emergency situations.

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16. Catheter Placement
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Here's how Catheter Placement is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Treat patients (venipuncture, intravenous catheter placement, and medicate).
  • Perform emergency triage, venipuncture, IV catheter placement, radiographs, inpatient monitoring, anesthesia, and surgical nursing.

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17. Critical Care
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Here's how Critical Care is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Trained & supervised initial critical care team on emergency shift in veterinary assisting practices and emergency practices.
  • Provide advanced nursing support for hospitalized critical care and severely debilitated animals.
  • Perform critical care protocols, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Performed all duties necessary for emergency, surgery and critical care patients at a 24-hour hospital.
  • Assisted Veterinarian with a variety of emergency procedures and critical care situations Placed I.V.
  • Provided appropriate critical care to patients, and performed inventory control.Claims and Auditing Experiences

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18. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Certified Trauma Tech and Certified Pediatric Trauma Tech
  • Worked as part of the Trauma team, transported patients throughout the hospital for tests and procedures.
  • Assisted with CPR, wound care, basic life support, and basic trauma life support measures.
  • Provide nursing, critical, surgical, and trauma care to small animals and exotics.
  • Assist Trauma Surgeon with all trauma patients in getting patient ready for the O.R.
  • Registered all Trauma Code patients, and responsible for Medical coding.
  • Assisted in Level 1 Traumas, Trauma codes and Medical codes.
  • Assisted with euthanasia, all under emergency, trauma conditions.
  • Canton, Oh Treat patients of all age groups presenting with medical or traumatic complaints within a Level 2 trauma center.
  • Supported basic trauma, life support and advanced life support decisions and functions in the emergency pre-hospital environment.

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19. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Experienced in the use of electronic medical records software, proper documentation practices.
  • Created and kept current physical and digital medical records, and maintained inventory.
  • Maintain patient's medical records and staff training records.
  • Created, managed and maintained medical records.

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20. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Provided effective ICU monitoring and care for up to 7 patients at a time.
  • Work the overnight shift in the ICU of our busy 24-hour hospital.
  • Provide assistance in ICU and Inpatient for hospitalized patient care.
  • Assist in ICU with vitals and treatments.
  • Serve as ICU Technician, completing oral, IV, IM, SQ, therapies.
  • Performed hourly rounds, treatments and TPRs as necessary on all ICU patients.

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21. Radiology
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Here's how Radiology is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Entered Doctors orders for lab work, radiology exams and any other test into database.
  • Assisted in surgery, and radiology.

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22. Internal Medicine
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23. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Achieved accolades for superior customer service.
  • Performed quickly and efficiently assisting ER staff and keeping a high level of customer service to people during a stressful time.
  • Strive to reach the best customer service while keeping patients comfortable and provide best practice care.
  • Give the highest customer service from the moment a client comes in to client leaves.
  • Commended for excellence in customer service.
  • Conducted 5-10 dental surgeries per week Maximized sales by consistently providing a culture of customer service excellence.
  • Collect cash, checks and credit card payments from customers Provide customer service and answer phones Unlock customer's vehicles and houses

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24. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrate self-directed learning and participation in continuing education to meet own development.
  • Served as primary emergency technician on overnight shift.
  • Performed all basic nursing requirements you would expect plus the assisting in surgeries of an overnight technician at an animal hospital.
  • Care for burns, broken bones and lacerations; educate patients in self-care and rehabilitation.
  • Calculate medication dosages; fill prescriptions, answer phone call and client questions and concerns.
  • Reported the assigned nurse any concerns or abnormal findings and assisted with immediate interventions.
  • Educated staff on blood borne pathogens and prevention of safety malfunctions in Ambulatory Clinic.
  • Assisted veterinary staff in triage, stabilizing, and treating patients on overnights.
  • Fax patient records and treatment sheets to regular veterinarian in the morning.
  • Worked overnight hours with one additional technician to assist single ECC veterinarian.
  • Work alongside RN's and perform multitude of tasks.
  • Worked overnight hours as sole technician assisting doctor.
  • Collected and assisted RN with collection of specimens.
  • Provide direct patient care under direct MD/RN supervision
  • Assisted MD's and RN's with procedures within EMT scope of practice.
  • lead overnight emergency care veterinary technician, assisted in emergency surgery, processed in house blood work and excellent with x-rays
  • Worked as a nurse for a 30-physician practice in the therapeutic areas of neurology, gastroenterology, and internal medicine.
  • Assisted Neurologist, Surgeon, Criticalist and GI Internist with procedures and treatments.
  • Maintained accurate records of Patients care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Assisted ED physicians and RNs with patient care.

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25. Catheter Care
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26. Emergency Department
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Here's how Emergency Department is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Perform Emergency Department Technician duties.
  • Provided medical care within the Emergency Department, assisting physicians and nurses in evaluating and treating emergency patients.
  • Remove or assists removal of patients from ambulances to the Emergency department.
  • Worked as an EMT in the Emergency Department.
  • Served as ER tech in the Emergency Department.
  • Served on hospital-wide crisis de-escalating team, and aided Emergency Department staff in treatment of individuals with acute mental health illnesses.
  • Provided direct patient care in a Level II emergency department within the scope of licensure.

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27. Client Communication
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Here's how Client Communication is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Provide the ultimate customer service experience when providing client communication and performing reception duties after hours.

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28. Idexx
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Here's how Idexx is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Used Antech/ Idexx blood machines.

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29. Emergency Veterinary
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Here's how Emergency Veterinary is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Performed all required duties and technical skills for an Emergency Veterinary Technician.
  • Interacted with and provided emotional and educational support to clients in emergency veterinary situations !

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30. SQ
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Here's how SQ is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Administered drugs and fluids IV, IM or SQ.
  • Blood draws, IV/SQ/IM injections.

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31. Medication Administration
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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Facilitated patient assessment, medication administration, medical interventions and client education regarding health status of pets.
  • Fill prescriptions and inform clients on medication administration.
  • Observed medication administration, intravenous access, and venipuncture.

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32. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Answer phone calls regarding possible emergencies and updating clients.

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33. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Maintain cleanliness of exam rooms (after each patient), treatment area and hospital grounds.

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34. Intensive Care
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Here's how Intensive Care is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Admit emergency patients and administer intensive care unit treatments.
  • March 2005 - February 2009 Emergency Intensive Care Technician.

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35. Emergency Cases
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Here's how Emergency Cases is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Monitored ICU patients as part of emergency cases and post-op surgical cases Administered pharmaceuticals and performed procedures per Veterinarian instructions

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36. Pet Owners
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Here's how Pet Owners is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Educate clients with preventative health care, post-surgical care, and responsible pet ownership.
  • Provide pet owners with excellent customer service.

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37. Fluid Intake
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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.

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38. DVM
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Here's how DVM is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Address the needs of patients by assessing individual situations and reporting these to DVM in charge.
  • Assist the DVM on staff with anything else that was requested.
  • Work under three board certified DVM s in the following departments; ICU, Surgery, reproduction, and diagnostic imaging.
  • Average 40 hours weeklySupervisor: Amy Butler, DVM, DAVECCProvide nursing support and medical treatments for hospitalized patients.
  • Average 44 hours weeklySupervisor: Sharon Finster, DVM, DAVECCProvide nursing support and medical treatments for hospitalized patients.

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39. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Provide customer support and specific medical care guidelines.
  • Performed duties associated with providing rescue services, emergency transport and medical care to the sick and injured.
  • Educate animal owners regarding feeding, general care, medical care and treatment options.

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40. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Work with a team of physicians and nurses to triage patients and create long-term treatment plans.
  • Educate, support, and discuss various treatment plans with pet parents.
  • Helped to explain treatment plans to patients and family members.
  • Coordinated treatment plans, including blood tests and healthcare administration for pre-adoptive animals.

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41. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Completed all charts, data entry, estimates, and invoices.
  • Used various programs for data entry.

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42. ECG
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43. Urine Samples
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Here's how Urine Samples is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Place urinary, IV, and arterial catheters, draw blood/arterial/urine samples and run lab work.
  • Collected tissue, feces, blood and urine samples for examination and analysis.
  • Operated in lab securing urine samples to be tested.

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45. O2
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Here's how O2 is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Monitor critical patients on oxygen, ECG or SPO2 monitoring equipment.

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46. Animal Care
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47. Drug Therapy
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48. Blood Counts
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49. EMS
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Here's how EMS is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Provide information or counseling regarding issues such as animal health care, behavior problems, or nutrition.
  • Monitor the reception desk which included the Lifeline system, the EMS radio and telephones.
  • Educate or advise clients on animal health care, nutrition, or behavior problems.
  • Assist with weekly inventory and daily stocking of items in hospital.
  • Positioned residents for comfort and to prevent skin pressure problems.
  • Monitored patients for potential life threaten problems.
  • Dispatch fire police and ems to emergencies

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Here's how New Technicians is used in Emergency Veterinary Technician jobs:
  • Experienced in training new technicians and vet assistants.
  • Assisted with hiring and training new technicians.
  • Blood draws, CBCs & chemistries, anesthesia with both Iso and Sevo, trained new technicians.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Emergency Veterinary Technician

Patient Care

12.3%

Triage

8.3%

IV

8.2%

EKG

6.6%

Anesthesia

6.6%

Emergency Surgeries

6.2%

CPR

5.0%

Vital Signs

4.7%

Laboratory Tests

4.7%

Digital X-Rays

4.2%

Blood Pressure

3.9%

Emergency Room

3.9%

Phlebotomy

3.8%

Surgical Procedures

3.7%

Emergency Situations

3.5%

Catheter Placement

3.2%

Critical Care

2.9%

Trauma

2.9%

Medical Records

2.8%

ICU

2.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Veterinary Technician

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 9.7%
2 Triage 6.5%
3 IV 6.4%
4 EKG 5.2%
5 Anesthesia 5.2%
6 Emergency Surgeries 4.9%
7 CPR 3.9%
8 Vital Signs 3.7%
9 Laboratory Tests 3.7%
10 Digital X-Rays 3.3%
11 Blood Pressure 3.1%
12 Emergency Room 3.1%
13 Phlebotomy 3.0%
14 Surgical Procedures 2.9%
15 Emergency Situations 2.8%
16 Catheter Placement 2.5%
17 Critical Care 2.3%
18 Trauma 2.3%
19 Medical Records 2.2%
20 ICU 2.0%
21 Radiology 1.7%
22 Internal Medicine 1.7%
23 Customer Service 1.4%
24 RN 1.1%
25 Catheter Care 1.1%
26 Emergency Department 1.0%
27 Client Communication 1.0%
28 Idexx 0.9%
29 Emergency Veterinary 0.9%
30 SQ 0.8%
31 Medication Administration 0.7%
32 Phone Calls 0.7%
33 Exam Rooms 0.7%
34 Intensive Care 0.7%
35 Emergency Cases 0.7%
36 Pet Owners 0.7%
37 Fluid Intake 0.6%
38 DVM 0.5%
39 Medical Care 0.5%
40 Treatment Plans 0.5%
41 Data Entry 0.5%
42 ECG 0.4%
43 Urine Samples 0.4%
44 IVC 0.4%
45 O2 0.3%
46 Animal Care 0.3%
47 Drug Therapy 0.3%
48 Blood Counts 0.3%
49 EMS 0.3%
50 New Technicians 0.3%
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