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Comment injecter en intramusculaire sans que ça ne pique chez le chat

Le Dr Nicolas Girard vous montre la technique pour injecter en intramusculaire chez un chat de manière à ce que ça ne fasse pas mal à l'animal. 

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Remarque: Selon les recommendations scientifiques en médecine vétérinaire, l'opérateur devrait porter des gants pour effectuer cette procédure. 


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Nicolas Girard

Dr Nicolas GIRARD
CertVA – Dip. ECVAA

Nicolas Girard was born in France in 1980. He is married with two children and based in France. Nicolas qualified in 2004 from the University of Liège (Belgium). After completed a year of rotating internship in “Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire Frégis” (Paris, France), he started a three-year clinical training scholarship (residency) in veterinary anaesthesia and perioperative intensive care at the Animal Health Trust (Newmarket, UK) in September 2005. He then worked as a consultant anaesthesiologist in a small animal referral centre (Dick White Referrals, Six mile Bottom UK) while passing his European diploma in Anesthesiology and Analgesia in 2009. In 2010 he went back to France where he founded the first French Veterinary Group “Mon Véto” and now manages 23 vet practices (100+ employees) over Paris and Normandy. Now that he is back in France, and aside anaesthesia consulting, he is responsible for the medical standard of practice of the group “Mon Véto”. He is also interested in the management of human resources and is responsible for the continuous education of the vets and nurses staff of “Mon Véto”.

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