Susie Clohessy (02:47)
Susie, a fifth year student, begins her day in the surgery department. Her first case is an 18-month-old dog, Bailey, who has been hit by a car. A CT scan is necessary to decide if Bailey needs surgery.
Facing Hardships (01:55)
Bailey's owner cannot justify paying $1,500 for Bailey's CT scan. Without surgery, all Susie can do is hope that Bailey's injuries will heal.
Jade Ridsdale (04:09)
Jade, a fourth year student, performs her first surgery,— an exploratory operation on a sheep. She must locate one of the sheep's four stomachs.
Bladder Issues (03:19)
Bailey's condition takes a turn for the worse; he is no longer able to urinate on his own. Bailey's owner decides to provide at-home care.
Incision Time (03:25)
Jade makes her first incision into the sheep's abdomen; she must complete the task before the sheep's sedative wears off. After the operation, Jade monitors the sheep to make sure it makes a full recovery.
Chris McComiskie (05:00)
Chris, a fifth year student, handles a wild snake in need of stitches. Fellow student Berit Owen sutures the snake.
Bailey's Battle (04:45)
Bailey returns to Murdoch and his condition has deteriorated. His owner decides to give him one more chance to improve.
Credits: Vet School: Part 1 (00:40)
Credits: Vet School: Part 1
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