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Veterinarian Technician November 2012 (Vol 33, No 11)

Tech Tips

    Organizing Collection Tubes

    Organizing Collection Tubes

    To keep blood collection tubes neat and handy in a drawer, we put them in the slots of a box that contained 0.5-oz glass bottles. This works very well in small hospitals like the one in which I work, where there is not much space for supplies in the examination rooms.
    Jennifer Sica
    Farmingdale, New York

    Organizing Ear Treatment Supplies

    For administering ear treatments, we keep all the necessary supplies (e.g., cleaning solution, cotton swabs, cotton balls) in a bucket. This helps keep everything handy.
    Maria D'Amico
    San Diego, California

    Highlighting Staff Discounts

    For discounted products and services for staff, we have a chart that shows the savings compared with what clients pay. This helps staff members appreciate the savings.
    Shana Kowald
    Mayville, Wisconsin

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