UC Davis Lab Skill Sheet

UC Davis Lab Skill Sheet - LABORATORY SKILLS SHEET Use Tab...

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LABORATORY SKILLS SHEET Use Tab key to move between fields- shift/tab to go backwards NAME: DATE : Use the rating scale below to indicate your level of proficiency on tasks which you are capable of performing or have knowledge to perform in a working environment. Leave blank if you are not capable of performing or lack knowledge to perform the task. 1. HIGHLY SKILLED — have very recent experience 2. WELL SKILLED — have performed within two years 3. SOME SKILL — need retraining 4. IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE, BUT LACK SKILL TO PERFORM — need training ANIMAL CARE Handling and restraining: Monkeys Mice and Rats Cats Rabbits Invertebrates Dogs Sheep Poultry Swine Feeding Cleaning Cages Horses Dairy Cattle Beef Cattle Goats Breeding Assisting in veterinary procedures ANIMAL SURGERY Preparation for sterile surgery Assist in sterile procedure Endotrachial intubation and use of ventilators Administration of anesthesia: TYPE: Venous Intraperitoneal Subcutaneous Tumor implantation into small animals Animal Autopsy Microsurgery Catheterization and infusion of small animal arteries Collection of blood Post-surgery care MICROBIOLOGY — BACTERIOLOGY Maintenance of cultures Isolation and purification Determination and concentration by: Direct colony counting Antibody titer Direct microscope observation Infectivity assay Inoculation Media preparation
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