How to set up diabetes clinics

Nicola Ackerman
Monday, April 2, 2018

Veterinary nurse clinics are an important aspect of the management of diabetic patients. Having a diabetic pet can be overwhelming for some clients, having a veterinary nurse to support the owner can make things easier. Owner education is a important element of the nurse clinic and imparting this information will result in an increase in compliance for the owner, and have an impact on the welfare and quality of life of the patient.

How to set up diabetes clinics
How to set up diabetes clinics

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