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Laboratory Precautions and Animal Care
Mohana Rao A BSc BEd BVSc MVSc PhD
Vasili Ashok MVSc
Kalyani P MVSc

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Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Size 5.5" X 8.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
This book contains 3 sections—Prevention of Accidents in the Laboratory, Animal Care and Information on Laboratory Glassware. Further, in the eleventh five year plan, the Government of India sanctioned more funds for education, women and child welfare schemes; apart from these, the industry-oriented policies resulted in the establishment of many educational institutes such as engineering, pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural and veterinary colleges and universities, besides chemical industries. These activities resulted in the establishment of many laboratories of different purposes including medical, veterinary and diagnostics. It is obvious that these are managed by different workers of different codes—laboratory attenders, technicians, different scientific personnel. These persons should manage the laboratories accident free. They must be aware of different accidents and hazards. They should have knowledge about electrical, chemical, radiological, biological, fire, toxic, inflammable and corrosive chemicals to run the accident-free laboratory and to minimize the loss in case of accidents. Knowledge of these is imperative for every worker to minimize and to prevent their effect on people and material.
Key Features
• Precise book for all laboratory and animal house personnel

• Useful guide for first aid to victims of accidents, snakebite and poisoning

• Informative book for laboratory designing and small animal house layout

• A good book for general information pertaining to types of glass and glass blowing

• An interesting book for small animal breeders, research and diagnostic workers dealing with experimental laboratory animals, and members of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).
Target Audience
Undergraduate veterinary students
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