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As a registered veterinary nurse who has dedicated her entire career to the animal health industry, I feel that Sylvia Seeley is illinformed regarding the rehoming of SBTs.
A registered veterinary nurse - not some half-baked, poorly trained assistant - monitored her anaesthetic carefully, while another prepared fluids for intravenous use.
And, quite astonishing, is the fact that in the whole 82 pages of the RCVS Practice Standards Manual, there is no requirement for practices to employ at least one registered veterinary nurse.
Registered veterinary nurses with diplomas in general anaesthesia are far more knowledgeable than the previous generation of vets and the current drug formulary is 10 times as thick as the leather soles on James Herriot's brogues.
Only trained, qualified, registered people are allowed to call themselves 'registered veterinary nurses'.
Our registered veterinary nurses and animal care assistants are the bedrock of the practice, carrying out a myriad of important duties.
Avonvale has been the training practice supporting each of these students through their courses and we have been delighted to place them in full time positions as registered veterinary nurses with the practice now that they have qualified."
THE Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is the regulatory body governing veterinary surgeons and registered veterinary nurses in the UK.
She wouldn't be chuffed - and neither would the legions of properly qualified registered veterinary nurses (RVNs) who are the real McCoy.
Nurses who have undergone proper training and examination, as described and regulated by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), are entitled to call themselves Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs).