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  • 13700lei 115.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Enter every examining room with confidence! Mosby’s Veterinary PDQ, 3rd Edition is the pocket-sized reference that provides you with quick access to hundreds of veterinary medicine facts, formulas, lab values, and procedures. Ideal for the clinical setting, coverage includes key topics such as pharmacology, math, animal care, common diseases, diagnostic procedures, imaging techniques, parasite identification, urinalysis, blood tests, and other lab work. This full-color new edition is divided into 10 easy-to-use sections, to help you quickly find what you need to deliver safe and efficient veterinary care.


    Features:

     

    • Valuable formulas, conversions, and lab values make it easy to look up the data needed to deliver safe and effective veterinary care.
    • Full-color photos and line drawings illustrate procedures and tests, dental and surgical instruments, parasites, and urine and blood analysis.
    • Quick-access format is organized into 10 tabbed, color-coded sections, and makes it easy to find facts quickly.
    • Easily fits in the busy vet tech’s pocket, for ease of access and formatted to find facts quickly.
    • Easy-to-read charts and tables provide quick access to key information that you’ll commonly use but rarely memorize.
    • Spiral binding allows you to lay the book flat or keep it open to a page for quick reference.



    New To This Edition:

     

    • NEW! Current drug information covers the newest pharmacologic agents, ensuring that you are up to date with uses, adverse side effects, and dosage forms.
    • NEW! Information on dental imaging and breathing circuits keeps you up to date on the latest techniques and equipment.
    • NEW! Coverage of the latest testing kits keeps you up-to-date on available products.
    • UPDATED! Information on anesthesia monitoring provides the most up-to-date information on this important topic.
    • NEW! Updated images prepare you to perform routine procedures.




    Table Of Contents:

     

    SECTION I: PHARMACOLOGY/MATH

    Pharmacy/Pharmacology

    • Commonly Used Rx Abbreviations
    • Common Medications
    o Antimicrobials
    o Antiparasitics
    o Heartworm Preventives
    o Heartworm Adulticide Treatment
    o Preanesthetics/Sedatives/Anesthetics
    o Inhalant Anesthetics
    o Analgesics and Antiinflammatories
    o Parenteral Fluids
    o Blood Products
    o Cardiovascular Drugs
    o Respiratory Drugs
    o Gastrointestinal Drugs
    o Endocrine Drugs
    o Antidotes/Reversing Agents
    Medical Math
    • Conversion Factors
    • Dosage Calculations
    • Fluid Therapy Calculations
    • Intravenous Fluid Rate Calculations
    • Nutritional Calculations
    SECTION II: ANIMAL CARE
    • Anatomical Planes of Reference
    • Physical Examination Procedures
    • Assessment of Level of Consciousness
    • Pupillary Light Reflex
    • Description of Heart Murmurs
    • Estimating Degree of Dehydration
    • Body Condition Scoring System
    • Mucous Membrane Color
    • SOAP Progress Notes
    • Common Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats
    • Nutrient Guidelines for Wellness
    • Common Diseases of Dogs and Cats
    • Nail Trimming
    • Expressing Anal Sacs
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Age Equivalences
    SECTION III: PROCEDURES
    Diagnostic and Treatment Techniques

    • Administration of Otic and Ophthalmic Medication
    • Injection Techniques
    • Venipuncture
    • Bandaging
    o Cast Application
    o Robert Jones Bandage
    o Abdominal/Chest Bandage
    o Pressure Bandage
    • Lavage Solutions
    • Feeding Tubes
    • Emergency Supplies
    • Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    • Thoracocentesis
    • Thoracic Drain
    • Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    • CPR
    • Intravenous Catheterization
    o Catheter Selection
    • Cephalic Catheter Placement
    • Jugular Catheter Placement
    • Fluid Therapy
    • Tonometry
    • Schirmer Tear Test
    • Fluorescein Dye Test
    Diagnostic Imaging
    • Technique Chart
    • Troubleshooting Technical Errors
    • Landmarks
    • Contrast Media
    SECTION IV: DENTISTRY
    • Dental Formulas for Cats and Dogs
    • Normal Dentition
    • Dental Terminology
    • Charting
    • Dental Instruments
    • Dental Imaging
    SECTION V: SRX/ANESTHESIA NURSING
    • Anesthesia Machines
    • Breathing Circuits
    • Rebreathing Bag Sizes
    • Performing Anesthetic Machine Check
    • Oxygen Flow Rate Values
    • Endotracheal Tubes
    o Recommended Endotracheal Tube Sizes
    o Patient Monitoring Dogs and Cats UPDATED!
    o Capnography
    o Pulse Oximetry
    • ASA Physical Status Classifications
    • Assessing Anesthetic Depth
    • Surgical Instruments
    • Suture Material
    • Surgical Pack Storage
    • Patient Preparation
    • Pain Evaluation
    • Postoperative Pain Evaluation

    SECTION VI: URINALYSIS
    • Catheter Sizes
    • Routine Urinalysis Procedure
    • Gross Examination of Urine
    • Urine Sediment Examination
    o pH Chart for Urine Crystals
    o Cells
    o Casts 
    o Crystals
    SECTION VII: HEMATOLOGY/SEROLOGY
    Hematology and Hemostasis
    • Anticoagulants
    • Plasma Color and Turbidity
    • RBC Indices
    • Semiquantitative Evaluation
    • RBC Morphology
    • Reticulocyte Count
    • WBC Morphology
    • Corrected WBC Count
    • Platelet Estimate
    • Buccal Mucosal Bleeding Time
    • CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    • Blood Chemistry Tests
    • Immunology Tests
    SECTION VIII: PARASITOLOGY
    • Fecal Flotation Procedure
    • Centrifugal Flotation Procedure
    • Fecal Sedimentation Procedure
    • Modified Knott's Technique
    o Comparison of Dirofilaria and Acanthocheilonema (Dipetalonema)
    • Common Internal Parasites
    • Common External Parasites
    SECTION IX: MICRO/CYTOLOGY
    • Commonly Used Culture Media
    • Sample Collection Guidelines
    • Sequence of Testing
    • Quadrant Streak Procedure
    • Common Bacterial Pathogens
    • Bacterial Colony Characteristics
    • Characteristics of Yeasts
    • Common Fungal Organisms
    • Skin Scrape Procedure
    • Fine Needle Biopsy Techniques
    o Aspiration Procedure
    o Nonaspirate Procedure
    • Compression Smear Preparation
    • Tracheal Wash
    • Appearance of Effusions
    • Characteristics of Fluid Samples
    • Nuclear Criteria of Malignancy
    • Characteristics of Tumor Types
    • Common Cell Types in Cytology Samples
    • Ear Swabs
    • Cell Types Found in Lymph Node Aspirates
    • Vaginal Cytology
    SECTION X: NORMAL VALUES
    • Normal Blood Gas Values
    • Normal Daily Urine Production for Dogs and Cats
    • Normal Heart Rate and Blood Pressure in Dogs and Cats
    • Normal Physiologic Data in Adult Dogs and Cats
    • Hematology Reference Range Values
    • Normal Chemistry
    • Normal Urinalysis Values
    • Hemostasis Reference Range Values
    • Summary of the Lengths of the Estrous Cycle and Gestation Periods in Dogs and Cats

       

     

  • 30000lei 280.00 lei

    Description:

    Get instant access to the critical data you need to make accurate diagnoses and effectively plan treatment. Small Animal Medical Differential Diagnosis, 3rd Edition combines over 400 expert resources and boils them down into one easy-to-use reference covering the differential diagnosis, etiology, clinical signs, and relevant laboratory abnormalities of the most common conditions you will encounter in dogs and cats. And because of its pocket size and intuitive organization, you can have it on hand as a quick consultative device throughout the day to make reliable on-the-scene decisions.

    Features:

    More than 400 lists bring the most important medical diagnostic information from multiple resources into a single quick reference.

    Easy identification of the likeliest diagnosis is attributed by the possibilities being listed in order of incidence.

    Intuitive organization presents differential diagnosis by sign, symptom, and disorder to facilitate quick access to information.

    Alphabetical listing of all relevant laboratory tests makes information easy to find.

    Pocket size makes this guide portable, practical, and simple to use.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Coverage of FAST ultrasound examinations is found in the section on Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma, Triage, and Tracking.

    NEW! Overall content update includes substantial revisions to the disorders, syndromes, and diagnostic and laboratory tests that are listed in this guide.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part One - Clinical Signs Approach to Differential Diagnosis


    Part Two - Systemic Approach to Differential Diagnosis


    1. Cardiopulmonary Disorders
    2. Dermatologic Disorders
    3. Endocrinologic and Metabolic Disorders
    4. Gastroenterologic Disorders
    5. Hematologic Disorders
    6. Immunologic and Immune-Mediated Disorders
    7. Infectious Disease
    8. Joint and Bone Disorders
    9. Liver and Exocrine Pancreatic Disorders
    10. Neoplasia
    11. Neurologic and Neuromuscular Disorders
    12. Ocular Disorders
    13. Toxicology
    14. Urogenital Disorder
    15. Pain Diagnosis
    Part Three - Laboratory Values and Interpretation of Results

       

     

  • 35700lei 290.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Grasp complex concepts and develop fundamental knowledge in the rapidly changing field of veterinary pharmacology with Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Veterinary Technicians, 4th Edition. This accessible, comprehensive text explains how drugs work so you can confidently communicate with clients about current drug therapies. Featuring up-to-date drug information and a new full-color design with added illustrations, tables, and boxes, this thorough resource covers drug uses, abuses, calculation errors, and mistakes.


    Features:

    • Covers complex principles of pharmacology in a manner appropriate for both veterinary technicians and students.
    • Provides strong introductory content on safety, terminology, pharmacy procedures, drug handling (including the latest OSHA requirements), dosage calculations, and pharmacokinetics.
    • Emphasizes the reasons behind drug properties, actions, and effects — not just lists of facts.
    • Valuable clinical applications are interspersed throughout every chapter, and concepts are linked to real-life situations to help reinforce learning.
    • Critical thinking and review questions at the end of every chapter help you test comprehension.

    New To This Edition:

    • UPDATED and NEW! The most up-to-date information on all drug categories and new content on several drugs.
    • NEW! Full-color format with photos and line drawings helps visual learners understand concepts and enhances images’ educational value.
    • NEW! Myths and MisconceptionsAsk Dr. Bill, and You Need to Know boxes break up the narrative and spotlight interesting concepts to make information easier to understand.
    • NEW! Evolve site with instructor resources, including PowerPoint presentations, test bank questions and answers, an image collection, the answer keys to each chapter’s self-assessment questions, and drug calculation practice exercises.
    • NEW! Vet Tech Threads design includes key terms, chapter outlines, and learning objectives, as well as other pedagogical features, to help you grasp key content and navigate through the chapters.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. Veterinary Pharmacology and the Veterinary Technician – An Introduction to Understanding Therapeutic Applications
    2. Pharmacy Procedures and Dosage Calculations
    3. Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics: The Principles of How Drugs Work
    4. Drugs Affecting the Gastrointestinal Tract
    5. Drugs Affecting the Cardiovascular System
    6. Drugs Affecting the Respiratory System
    7. Drugs Affecting the Endocrine System
    8. Drugs Affecting the Nervous System: Analgesics, Tranquilizers, Sedatives, and Anesthetics
    9. Drugs Affecting the Nervous System: Anticonvulsants and Behavior-Modifying Drugs
    10. Antimicrobials
    11. Disinfectants and Antiseptics
    12. Antiparasitics
    13. Antiinflammatory Drugs

       

     

  • 33600lei 300.00 lei

     

     

    Description:

    Master the veterinary technician’s role in caring for critically ill or injured pets! Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care for Veterinary Technicians, 4th Edition provides quick access to dozens of common, life-saving protocols and procedures. Each treatment technique is described in step-by-step detail and illustrated in full color. To prepare you for the veterinary setting, a team approach is emphasized. This edition adds three new chapters and includes practical, easy-to-apply medical math and scenario-based exercises. Written by experienced veterinary technicians Andrea Battaglia and Andrea Steele, this resource prepares you for success on the VTNE, in veterinary practices, and in animal hospital emergency departments.

    Features:


    Step-by-step instructions show how to perform specific procedures and techniques, guiding you through key assessment and treatment techniques.

    Technician Notes highlight specific procedures, with diagrams, photos, and detailed instructions, providing at-a-glance guidance for students and practicing vet techs.

    Comprehensive coverage of pain management, respiratory emergencies, and urologic emergencies provides cutting-edge treatment options for a wide variety of commonly seen presenting problems.

    Review and preparation for the VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Examination) is provided by Medical Math exercises and questions based on real-world scenarios.

    Coverage of equipment and techniques includes the latest advances in basic lab equipment, fluid therapy, and oxygen therapy.

    Equipment lists are provided at the beginning of most chapters, ensuring that you will have the appropriate tools on hand for each type of emergency situation. Practical exercises prepare you for success on the VTNE.


    New To This Edition:


    NEW! Three new chapters are included: Supporting the Critically Ill or Injured through Physical Rehabilitation Techniques, Fostering Wellbeing in the ER and ICU, and Managing Pharmaceuticals in the ER.

    NEW! Chapter pretests assess your knowledge and allow you to identify your strengths and weaknesses.

    NEW and UPDATED photos and illustrations enhance your understanding by accurately depicting the clinical signs encountered in emergency and critical care.

     


    Table Of Contents:

    SECTION I: Critically Ill Small Animals

    1. Critical Thinking - Skill of Observation and Interpretation
    2. Monitoring of the Critically Ill or Injured Patient
    3. Patient's Lifeline: Intravenous Catheter
    4. Fluid Therapy
    5. Transfusion Medicine
    6. Nutritional Support for the Critically Ill Patient
    7. Oxygen Therapy Techniques
    8. Mechanical Ventilation
    9. Pain Assessment and Treatment
    10. Supporting the Critically Ill or Injured through Physical Rehabilitation Techniques  NEW!
    11. Anesthesia in the Critically Ill or Injured
    12. Isolation Techniques in Clinical Practice

    SECTION II: Emergency Care for Small Animals

    13. Emergency Receiving
    14. Management of Patients in Shock
    15. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Current Practice
    16. Traumatic Emergencies
    17. Hematologic Emergencies
    18. Cardiovascular Emergencies
    19. Respiratory Emergencies
    20. Gastrointestinal Emergencies
    21. Metabolic and Endocrine Emergencies
    22. Urologic Emergencies
    23. Reproductive Emergencies
    24. Ocular Emergencies
    25. Neurologic Emergencies
    26. Toxicologic Emergencies
    27. Avian and Exotic Emergencies
    28. Disaster Medicine


    SECTION III: Practice Management

    29. Fostering Wellbeing in the ER and ICU  NEW!
    30. The Art of Scheduling
    31. Client Communication in an Emergency
    32. Managing Pharmaceuticals in the ER  NEW!

       

     

  • 310.00 lei

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    Thorough revision of a comprehensive and highly readable textbook on veterinary anaesthesia

    A popular book amongst veterinary students and veterinary anaesthesia residents, the new edition of Veterinary Anaesthesia: Principles to Practice continues to be a comprehensive textbook covering the key principles of veterinary anaesthesia, encompassing a wide range of species.                                                                                                                   

    Fully revised, the information is summarised in a simple, accessible format to help readers navigate and locate relevant information quickly. Filled with technical and species-based chapters, it offers a quick reference guide to analgesic infusions, as well as emergency drug dose charts for canines, felines, and equines.

    ·         Provides broad coverage of the basics of veterinary anaesthesia and how it is implemented in clinical practice

    ·         Includes new information on mechanisms of general anaesthesia

    ·         Features new and improved photographs and line illustrations, plus end of chapter questions to test your knowledge

    ·         Covers veterinary anaesthesia for a wide range of species, including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, donkeys, and pigs

    ·         Expands example case material to increase relevance to day-to-day clinical practice

    Updated to contain the latest developments in the field, Veterinary Anaesthesia: Principles to Practice is designed specifically for veterinary students and those preparing to take advanced qualifications in veterinary anaesthesia. It is also a useful reference for veterinarians in practice and advanced veterinary nurses and technicians.

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    Preface ix

    Acknowledgements xi

    About the Companion Website xiii

    1 Concepts and Mechanisms of General Anaesthesia 1

    2 Patient Safety 7

    3 Pain 19

    4 Sedation and Premedication: Small Animals 55

    5 Injectable Anaesthetic Agents 77

    6 Analgesic Infusions 95

    7 Intravascular Catheters/Cannulae: Some Considerations and Complications 99

    8 Inhalation Anaesthetic Agents 117

    9 Anaesthetic Breathing Systems and Airway Devices 139

    10 Anaesthetic Machines, Vaporisers, and Gas Cylinders 167

    11 Anaesthetic Machine Checks 187

    12 Local Anaesthetics 191

    13 Local Anaesthetic Techniques for the Head: Small Animals 205

    14 Local Anaesthetic Techniques for the Limbs: Small Animals 215

    15 Miscellaneous Local Anaesthetic Techniques: Small Animals 237

    16 Local Anaesthetic Techniques: Horses 243

    17 Muscle Relaxants 259

    18 Monitoring Animals during General Anaesthesia 279

    19 Troubleshooting Some of the Problems Encountered in Anaesthetised Patients 307

    20 Inadvertent Peri-operative Hypothermia 313

    21 Blood Gas Analysis 321

    22 Lactate 337

    23 Fluid Therapy 347

    24 Electrolytes 377

    25 Drugs Affecting the Cardiovascular System 393

    26 Shock, SIRS, MODS/MOF, Sepsis 401

    27 Gastric Dilation/Volvulus (GDV) 423

    28 Equine Sedation and Premedication 427

    29 Equine Heart Murmurs 443

    30 Equine Anaesthesia 445

    31 Equine Intravenous Anaesthesia in the Field and Standing Chemical Restraint 477

    32 Donkeys 481

    33 Ruminants: Local and General Anaesthesia 485

    34 Lamoids (South American Camelids) 519

    35 Pigs: Sedation and Anaesthesia 529

    36 Rabbit Anaesthesia 541

    37 Neonates/Paediatrics 547

    38 Senescent/Geriatric Patients 551

    39 Pregnancy and Caesarean Sections 555

    40 Obesity 561

    41 Dental and Oral Considerations 567

    42 Ocular Surgery Considerations 571

    43 Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Considerations 575

    44 Renal Considerations 579

    45 Hepatic Considerations 583

    46 Endocrine Considerations 587

    47 Background to Neuroanaesthesia for the Brain 595

    48 Cardiac Considerations 603

    49 Respiratory Considerations 607

    50 Respiratory Emergencies 611

    51 Cardiopulmonary Cerebral Resuscitation (CPCR) 627

    Appendix A Canine Emergency Drug Doses 637

    Appendix B Feline Emergency Drug Doses 639

    Appendix C Equine Emergency Drug Doses 641

    Answers to Self-test Questions 643

    Index 651

     

  • 310.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th Edition includes the veterinary technical and scientific words and phrases you might encounter in practice. With well over 60,000 main and subentries including large animals, small animals, and exotics, presented in a user-friendly format, the fifth edition continues its legacy as the most comprehensive dictionary reference in the veterinary field. Completely revised and updated for today's veterinary team, it now includes an all-new companion Evolve site, which hosts an audio glossary of 1,200 common veterinary terms and an image collection featuring high-quality images from the book. The online site also includes printable appendices with essential reference information including conversion charts and blood groups of domestic animals.

    • More than 60,000 main entries and subentries are included, making this the most comprehensive dictionary covering the whole range of veterinary medicine including large and small animals and exotic pets.
    • Pronunciation of key terms is indicated by a phonetic respelling that appears in parentheses immediately following main entries.
    • High-quality, color illustrations aid further understanding of important terminology.
    • Color design and format help you find key information at a glance.
    • Extensive appraisal, clarification, and focusing of entries to reflect current practice.
    • Extensive contributions from internationally acknowledged expert consultants.
    • UPDATED and NEW! Updated and all-new terminology from the latest research, including updated taxonomy in virology and bacteriology, ensures this invaluable reference is up-to-date.
    • NEW! Updated images ensure you receive the most current and pertinent illustrations that identify and highlight specific terms.
    • NEW! An all-new suite of online features including printable appendices with essential veterinary reference information, an image collection with 1,000 high-quality images, and an audio glossary with more than 1,200 common veterinary terms.
    • NEW! A new co-editor and new expert contributors from around the world provide updates on the latest advances in the field of veterinary science.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1.    List of Tables

    2.    Chapter 1: A

    3.    Chapter 2: B

    4.    Chapter 3: C

    5.    Chapter 4: D

    6.    Chapter 5: E

    7.    Chapter 6: F

    8.    Chapter 7: G

    9.    Chapter 8: H

    10.  Chapter 9: I

    11.  Chapter 10: J

    12.  Chapter 11: K

    13.  Chapter 12: L

    14.  Chapter 13: M

    15.  Chapter 14: N

    16.  Chapter 15: O

    17.  Chapter 16: P

    18.  Chapter 17: Q

    19.  Chapter 18: R

    20.  Chapter 19: S

    21.  Chapter 20: T

    22.  Chapter 21: U

    23.  Chapter 22: V

    24.  Chapter 23: W

    25.  Chapter 24: X

    26.  Chapter 25: Y

    27.  Chapter 26: Y

    28.  Appendix

     

  • 38300lei 360.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Learn to calculate dosages accurately and administer drugs safely! Applied Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians, 6th Edition shows you how to determine drug dosages, administer prescribed drugs to animals, and instruct clients about side effects and precautions. Coverage of drugs includes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, clinical uses, dosage forms, and adverse effects. An Evolve companion website offers animations of pharmacologic processes, practice with dosage calculations, narrated videos demonstrating drug administration techniques, and more. Written by veterinary technology educator Lisa Martini-Johnson, this resource provides the pharmacology knowledge you need to succeed as a vet tech!



    Features:

     

    • Quick-access format makes it easy to find important drug information, including clinical uses, dosage forms, and adverse side effects.
    • Body systems organization follows a logical sequence of study.
    • Illustrated, step-by-step procedures demonstrate proper administration techniques for common drug forms.
    • Key terms, chapter outlines, Notes boxes, and learning objectives focus your learning and make studying easier.
    • Proprietary drug names are listed with the generic drug names, highlighting drugs that have generic options.
    • Companion Evolve website includes drug administration videos, drug calculators with accompanying word problems, animations of pharmacologic processes, and dosage calculation exercises.
    • Dosage calculation exercises provide practice immediately after new information is presented.
    • Review questions reinforce your understanding of key concepts, with answers located in the back of the book.
    • Technician Notes provide useful hints and important reminders to help you avoid common errors and increase your efficiency on the job.



    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! Emergency Drugs chapter is added.
    • UPDATED drug information keeps veterinary students current with the newest pharmacologic agents and their uses, adverse side effects, and dosage forms.
    • NEW! Case studies at the end of every chapter provide students with real-world scenarios.



    Table Of Contents:

     

    1. General Pharmacology
    2. Routes and Techniques of Drug Administration
    3. Practical Calculations
    4. Drugs Used in Nervous System Disorders
    5. Drugs Used in Respiratory System Disorders
    6. Drugs Used in Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders
    7. Drugs Used in Cardiovascular System Disorders
    8. Drugs Used in Gastrointestinal System Disorders
    9. Drugs Used in Hormonal, Endocrine, and Reproductive Disorders
    10. Drugs Used in Ophthalmic and Otic Disorders
    11. Drugs Used in Skin Disorders
    12. Anti-infective Drugs
    13. Antiparasitic Drugs
    14. Drugs Used to Relieve Pain and Inflammation
    15. Therapeutic Nutritional, Fluid, and Electrolyte Replacements
    16. Blood-Modifying, Antineoplastic, and Immunosuppressant Drugs
    17. Immunologic Drugs
    18. Miscellaneous Therapeutic Agents
    19. Inventory: The Veterinary Technician's Role
    20. Emergency Drugs  NEW!
    Appendix A: Common Abbreviations Used in Veterinary Medicine
    Appendix B: Weights and Measures
    Appendix C: Antidotes
    Appendix D: Common Drugs: Approximate Dosages
    Appendix E: Listing of Drugs According to Functional and Therapeutic Classification
    Appendix F: Controlled Substances Information Summary
    Bibliography
    Glossary

       

  • 46700lei 440.00 lei

     

    Description:

     

    Master the role and responsibilities of the veterinary assistant! From respected veterinary educator Margi Sirois, Elsevier’s Veterinary Assisting Textbook, 3rd Edition covers everything you need to know to pass the Approved Veterinary Assistant (AVA) exam and succeed in clinical practice. With this comprehensive textbook students will learn to assist in laboratory and radiographic procedures, properly restrain animals, set up equipment and supplies, clean and maintain practice facilities, feed and exercise patients, collect samples, handle and dispense medications, groom patients, and record keeping. Updated content reflects the latest advances in veterinary assisting procedures, and new images illustrate key tasks.

    Comprehensive coverage provides details on the tasks performed by veterinary assistants, and covers everything you need to know to pass the Approved Veterinary Assistant (AVA) exam and succeed in clinical practice.

    Step-by-step instructions and hundreds of full-color photographs show veterinary assisting tasks and clarify key concepts.

    Information on office procedures and client relations prepares you to be involved in many of the business aspects of veterinary practice and to work closely with management staff.

    Coverage of the workflow in a veterinary practice helps you understand your role as well as the roles of all the other members of the veterinary health care team.

    Critical Concept boxes highlight important points and provide useful tips to improve your knowledge and skills.

    A student workbook provides activities to help you apply concepts to veterinary practice, including definitions of key terms, review questions, crossword puzzles, illustration labeling, sample cases, and clinical applications. Available separately.

    NEW! Completely updated content throughout reflects the latest advances in veterinary assisting procedures for improved patient service.

    NEW! Fear-free handling coverage now included in Chapter 6Animal Behavior and Restraint.

    NEW! Poultry Care section added to Chapter 13Large Animal Nursing and Husbandry.

    NEW and UPDATED! Additional and revised images throughout accurately illustrate key veterinary assisting tasks.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Overview of the Veterinary Profession

    2. Office Procedures and Client Relations

    3. Medical Terminology

    4. Animal Behavior and Restraint

    5. Animal Husbandry and Nutrition

    6. Animal Care and Nursing

    7. Anatomy and Physiology

    8. Pharmacology and Pharmacy

    9. Anesthesia and Surgical Assisting

    10. Laboratory Procedures

    11. Diagnostic Imaging

    12. Avian and Exotic Animal Care and Nursing

    13. Large Animal Nursing and Husbandry

    Appendices

    Index

    GLOSSARY

     

  • Veterinary Immunology, 10e
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    47000lei 440.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Exploring the immunologic concerns of both large and small animals, Veterinary Immunology: An Introduction,10th Edition is the only complete resource on immunology for veterinary practitioners. This new edition has been meticulously updated to continue its trend of incorporating the latest advances and topics in the field. It features a straightforward presentation of basic immunologic principles along with thorough and timely information on the most significant immunologic diseases and responses seen in domestic animals.

    Features:

    Comprehensive coverage clearly explains the general principles of immunology, and provides information on the most significant immunologic diseases and immunologic responses seen in domestic animals and marine mammals.

    A wealth of clinical examples show how principles will be experienced and addressed in the clinical setting.

    Educator and student resources on Evolve feature an image collection, enhanced animations, flashcards, content updates, and a test bank for instructors.

    Improved images clarify new content and enhance your understanding.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Updated content covers new T cell subpopulations, newly described interleukins; new approaches to cancer immunotherapy; immunology of fish; and new advances in genomics.

    NEW! Learning objectives have been added to the beginning of each chapter.

    NEW! Chapter on commensal bacterial will address the role of commensal bacteria in veterinary immunology and provide convincing explanations for previously poorly understood phenomena.

    NEW! Information on the pathogenesis and treatment of atopic dermatitis has been added to help inform veterinarians who treat pets with dermatologic conditions.

    NEW! Revised content on cancer immunology reflects the vast expansion of information that has been uncovered in the past five years.

    NEW! Expanded information on the role of nutrition in animal immunity offers a rational basis for examining data of those who claim nutritional benefits.

    NEW! Full-color histologic images replace black and white images to more effectively convey concepts.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Surviving in a Microbial World
    2. Innate Immunity: How to Detect Invaders
    3. Humoral Innate Immunity: Inflammatory Mediators
    4. Humoral Innate Immunity: The Complement System
    5. Cellular Innate Immunity: Neutrophils and Phagocytosis
    6. Cellular Innate Immunity: Macrophages and Recovery from Inflammation
    7. Sickness: The Body’s Innate Responses
    8. How Immune Cells Communicate: Cytokines and Their Receptors
    9. Antigens: Triggers of Adaptive Immunity
    10. Dendritic Cells and Antigen Processing
    11. The Major Histocompatibility Complex
    12. Organs of the Immune System
    13. Lymphocytes
    14. Helper T Cells and Their Response to Antigens
    15. B Cells and Their Response to Antigens
    16. Antibodies: Soluble Antigen Receptors
    17. How Antigen-Binding Receptors Are Made
    18. T Cells and the Destruction of Cell-Associated Invaders
    19. Innate Lymphoid Cells
    20. Regulation of Adaptive Immunity
    21. The Microbiota and the Immune System
    22. Immunity at Body Surfaces
    23. Immunity in the Fetus and Newborn
    24. Vaccines and Their Production
    25. The Use of Vaccines
    26. Immunity to Bacteria and Fungi
    27. Immunity to viruses
    28. Immunity to Parasites
    29. Mast Cell and Eosinophil Mediated Hypersensitivity
    30. Allergic Syndromes
    31. Red Cell Antigens and Antibody-mediated Hypersensitivity
    32. Immune-complexes and Neutrophil-mediated Hypersensitivity
    33. T Cell-mediated Hypersensitivity
    34. Organ Graft Rejection and Pregnancy
    35. Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy
    36. Autoimmunity: General Principles
    37. Organ-Specific Autoimmune Diseases
    38. Immune-mediated Inflammatory Diseases
    39. Primary Immunodeficiencies
    40. Secondary Immunological Defects
    41. Drugs and Other Agents that Affect the Immune System
    42. Immunodiagnostic Techniques
    43. Evolution of the Immune System
    GLOSSARY
    INDEX

       

     

     

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    DESCRIPTION

    Provides a quick veterinary reference to all things practice management related, with fast access to pertinent details on human resources, financial management, communications, facilities, and more 

    Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult, Third Edition provides quick access to practical information for managing a veterinary practice. It offers 320 easily referenced topics that present essential details for all things practice management—from managing clients and finances to information technology, legal issues, and planning. 

    This fully updated Third Edition adds 26 new topics, with a further 78 topics significantly updated or expanded. It gives readers a look at the current state of the veterinary field, and teaches how to work in teams, communicate with staff and clients, manage money, market a practice, and more. It also provides professional insight into handling human resources in a veterinary practice, conducting staff performance evaluations, facility design and construction, and managing debt, among other topics. 

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    ·         Includes 26 brand-new topics and 78 significantly updated topics

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    ·         Features contributions from experts in veterinary practice, human resources, law, marketing, and more

    ·         Supplies sample forms and other resources digitally on a companion website

    Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult offers a trusted, user-friendly resource for all aspects of business management, carefully tailored for the veterinary practice. It is a vital resource for any veterinarian or staff member involved in practice management.

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Editor-in-Chief and Consulting Editors xvi

    List of Contributors xvii

    Preface xxi

    About the Companion Website xxii

    Section 1 Marketplace 1

    1.1 Models of Veterinary Practice, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 2

    1.2 Challenges to the Profession, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA 6

    1.3 Trends in Companion Animal Veterinary Practices, Brian Cassell, DVM 10

    1.4 Veterinary Trade Areas, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA 14

    1.5 Today’s Pet Owner, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 16

    1.6 Today’s Veterinarian, John Tait, DVM, MBA, MS(Fin.), CFP 18

    1.7 Today’s Veterinary Students, Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 20

    1.8 Internships and Residencies, Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 22

    1.9 Veterinary Paraprofessionals, Kara M. Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS (Nutrition) 26

    1.10 Veterinary Staff, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 28

    1.11 Functioning as a Healthcare Team, Louise S. Dunn 32

    1.12 Differing Perspectives of Practice Teammates, Louise S. Dunn 36

    1.13 Generational Differences, Randy Hall 38

    1.14 Gender Issues, Bernadine Cruz, DVM, CVJ 42

    1.15 Personality Profiling, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 46

    1.16 Value Disciplines, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 50

    1.17 Practice Management Support Professionals, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 52

    1.18 Stakeholders and Strategic Partners, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 56

    1.19 Importance of the Human–Animal Bond, Jacqui Ley, BVSc (Hons), PhD, DECAWBM, FANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour) 58

    1.20 Mergers and Acquisitions, James E. Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA 60

    1.21 Corporate Veterinary Practices, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 62

    1.22 Not-For-Profit Veterinary Hospitals, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 64

    1.23 House-Call and Mobile Practices, Katherine van Ekert, BVSc 68

    1.24 Hospice and Palliative Care, Shea Cox, DVM, CVPP, CHPV, CPLP 70

    1.25 Specialty and Emergency Centers, James E. Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA 74

    1.26 Equine Practice Management, James E. GuentherDVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA and Elise Lacher, CPA 78

    1.27 Food Animal Practice Management, Lance M. Roasa, DVM, MS, JD 82

    1.28 Mixed Animal Practice Management, Lance M. Roasa, DVM, MS, JD 86

    Section 2 Administrative Management 91

    2.1 Workplace Management, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 92

    2.2 Organizational Charts, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 96

    2.3 Managing People, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 98

    2.4 Working in Teams, Shawn G. McVey, MA, MSW 100

    2.5 Motivating the Healthcare Team, Louise S. Dunn 104

    2.6 Accountability, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 106

    2.7 Change Management, Randy Hall 108

    2.8 Compassion Fatigue and Burnout, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 110

    2.9 Moral Distress and Ethics Exhaustion, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 112

    2.10 Compromise Fatigue, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 114

    2.11 Making Meetings Work, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 116

    2.12 Leadership, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 118

    2.13 Leadership Fatigue, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 122

    2.14 Implementation: Getting it Done, Robin Brogdon, MA 124

    2.15 Emotional Intelligence, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 128

    2.16 Finding the Right Fit, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR. 130

    2.17 Negotiating 101, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA 132

    2.18 When to Hire an Office Manager/Administrator, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 136

    2.19 Staff Performance Planning, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 138

    2.20 Staffing Budgets, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 142

    2.21 Operations Manuals, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA 144

    2.22 Procedure Manuals, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 146

    2.23 Enhancing Doctor Productivity, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 148

    2.24 Enhancing Team Productivity, Louise S. Dunn 150

    2.25 Appropriate Handling of Medical Errors, Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 152

    2.26 Changing Organizational Culture, Randy Hall 154

    2.27 Practice Insurance Needs, Cory Friedman, CBC 158

    2.28 Employee Benefits Programs, Cory Friedman, CBC 160

    2.29 Not-for-Profit Foundations, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 162

    Section 3 Human Resources 165

    3.1 Compensation, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 166

    3.2 Benefits, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 170

    3.3 Wage and Benefit Summaries: The Whole Package, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 174

    3.4 Employee Bonus Criteria, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 176

    3.5 Employee-Related Costs, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 178

    3.6 Continuing Education Benefits, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 180

    3.7 Effective Staff Recruitment, Robin Brogdon, MA 182

    3.8 Screening Potential Hires, Randy Hall 186

    3.9 Staff Orientation (Onboarding and Integration), Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 190

    3.10 Staff Training, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 192

    3.11 Structured On-the-Job Training, Joel Gendelman, Ed.D. and Louise S. Dunn 194

    3.12 It’s Not Your Job … It’s Your Responsibility, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA 196

    3.13 Leveraging Staff, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 200

    3.14 Staff Development, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 202

    3.15 Engaging Staff, Robin Brogdon, MA 204

    3.16 Effective Coaching for the Exam Room, Mary Ann Vande Linde, DVM 206

    3.17 Mentoring, Kurt A. Oster, MS SPHR, SHRM-SCP 210

    3.18 Staff Scheduling Options, Kurt A. Oster, MS SPHR, SHRM-SCP 212

    3.19 Staff Performance Evaluations, Shawn G. McVey, MA, MSW 216

    3.20 Staff Turnover and Retention, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 218

    3.21 Employee Manuals, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 222

    3.22 Measuring Your Human Resource (HR) Performance, Karen E. Felsted, CPA,MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 224

    3.23 Office Politics, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 226

    3.24 Conflict Resolution, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 228

    3.25 Dealing with Difficult Employees, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM 230

    3.26 Effective Disciplinary Protocols, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 232

    3.27 Personnel Records, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 234

    3.28 Terminating Staff, Randy Hall 236

    Section 4 Client Relationship Management 239

    4.1 The Basics of Client Service, Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA 240

    4.2 Client Service Strategies, Randy Hall 244

    4.3 Exceptional Client Service, Robin Brogdon, MA 248

    4.4 What Clients Expect from Their Veterinarian, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 250

    4.5 Meeting the Needs of Pet Parents, Robin Brogdon, MA 252

    4.6 Client Perception and Learning, Dallas McMillan, BVSc, BSc (Vet) 254

    4.7 The Client’s Buying Journey, Robert Sanchez 258

    4.8 Pet-Specific Care, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 260

    4.9 Lifelong Excellence in Healthcare, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 264

    4.10 Personalized Pet Profiles, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 268

    4.11 Compliance and Adherence, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 272

    4.12 Creating a Client-Centered Hospital, Nan Boss, DVM 276

    4.13 Creating a Feline-Friendly Focus and Facility, Jane Brunt, DVM 280

    4.14 Developing a Fear Free Hospital, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 284

    4.15 Client Appointment Scheduling, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 288

    4.16 Client Reminders Systems, Justin Phillips 290

    4.17 Maintaining Regular Client Contact, Robin Brogdon, MA 292

    4.18 Telephone Service Management, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 294

    4.19 Measuring Client Satisfaction, Justin Phillips 296

    4.20 Client Rewards Programs, Diederik Gelderman, BVSc, MVS, MT-NL, TAE Cert IV 300

    4.21 Client Retention, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 302

    4.22 High-Touch and High-Tech Customer Service, Nan Boss, DVM 306

    4.23 The Extended Hospital Team: Making Referrals Work, Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA 308

    4.24 Telehealth, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 310

    Section 5 Communication 313

    5.1 Effective Client Communication, James P. Humphries, DVM, CVJ 314

    5.2 Identifying Client Communication Styles, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM 316

    5.3 Speaking as a Professional, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 318

    5.4 Making Clear Client Recommendations, Mary Ann Vande Linde, DVM 320

    5.5 Translating Medicalese, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 324

    5.6 Shared Decision-Making, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 328

    5.7 Posing Client Questions Effectively: Open-Ended Inquiry, Mary Ann Vande Linde, DVM 330

    5.8 Reflective Listening, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 334

    5.9 Nonverbal Communication, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 338

    5.10 Empathy, Diederik Gelderman, BVSc, MVS, MT-NLP, TAE Cert IV 340

    5.11 Harnessing the Power of Negativity, Bernadine Cruz, DVM, CVJ 342

    5.12 Discussing Pet-Specific Care, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 344

    5.13 Discussing Finances, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 348

    5.14 Discussing Behavior, Gary Landsberg, DVM, MRCVS, DACVB, DECAWBM and Jacqui Ley, BVSc (Hons), PhD, DECAWBM, FANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour) 350

    5.15 Discussing Diet and Nutrition, Sean J. Delaney, DVM, MS, DACVN 354

    5.16 Discussing Oral Health, Heidi B. Lobprise, DVM, DAVDC 356

    5.17 Discussing Pain Management, Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVA, DACVSMR 358

    5.18 Discussing Anesthetic Risk, Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 362

    5.19 Giving and Receiving Feedback, Diederik Gelderman, BVSc, MVS, MT-NLP, TAE Cert IV 366

    5.20 Delivering Bad News, Kathleen A. Bonvicini, MPH, EdD 368

    5.21 Dealing with an Angry Client, Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) 372

    5.22 Discussing Quality of Life and End of Life Issues, Shea Cox, DVM, CVPP, CHPV, CPLP 374

    5.23 Dealing with a Grieving Client, Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR 376

    5.24 Dealing with a Crisis, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 378

    Section 6 Marketing Management 381

    6.1 The Big Picture: Marketing, Advertising, Promotion, and Public Relations, Rebecca Hart, APR 382

    6.2 Giving Clients What They Want Most, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 384

    6.3 Better Meeting the Needs of Existing Clients (Internal Marketing), Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 388

    6.4 Attracting New Clients (External Marketing), Robin Brogdon, MA 392

    6.5 Defining Marketplace Opportunities, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 394

    6.6 Marketing Plan, Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA 396

    6.7 Basic Tools of Marketing, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 398

    6.8 Demographic Assessment, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA 400

    6.9 Client and Patient Segmentation, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 402

    6.10 Target Marketing and Targeted Client Outreach, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 406

    6.11 Push versus Pull Marketing, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 408

    6.12 Practice Positioning, Linda Wasche, MBA, MA 410

    6.13 Branding, Dallas McMillan, BVSc, BSc (Vet) 412

    6.14 Emotional Branding, Katie Addlestone, BA, MA, CIM 414

    6.15 Practice Differentiation, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 416

    6.16 Internal Team Marketing, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 418

    6.17 Professional Promotion and Publicity, James P. Humphries, DVM, CVJ 420

    6.18 Client Education Tools, Katie Addlestone, BA, MA, CIM. 422

    6.19 Paid Advertising, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 426

    6.20 Personalized Marketing, Justin Phillips 428

    6.21 Client Focus Groups, Justin Phillips 430

    6.22 Outbound Telephone Calls, Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM 434

    6.23 Measuring Marketing Performance, Rebecca Hart, APR 436

    6.24 Dealing with the Media, James P. Humphries, DVM, CVJ 438

    Section 7 Financial Management 441

    7.1 Time Value of Money, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 442

    7.2 Financial Statements, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 444

    7.3 Measures of Liquidity, Solvency, and Profitability, Marsha L. Heinke, DVM, EA, CPA, CVPM 448

    7.4 Getting the Most Out of Your Accounting Professional, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 454

    7.5 Analyzing Client Transactions, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 456

    7.6 Benchmarking, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 458

    7.7 Data You Should Be Reviewing Regularly, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 460

    7.8 Key Performance Indicators, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 462

    7.9 Making Valid Comparisons Between Practices and Services, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 466

    7.10 Compensating Owners in Multi-Owner Practices, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 468

    7.11 Understanding Practice Profitability, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 470

    7.12 Pricing Strategies, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 474

    7.13 Breakeven Analysis, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 478

    7.14 Activity-Based Costing and Cost Allocation, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 480

    7.15 Internal Accounting Controls, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 484

    7.16 Return on Investment from Practice Ownership, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 486

    7.17 Perquisites (Perks) of Practice Ownership, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 488

    7.18 Forgotten Costs of Doing Business in a Veterinary Hospital, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 490

    7.19 Capitalization and Depreciation, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 492

    7.20 Accounting Closing Processes, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 494

    7.21 Tax Planning, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 496

    7.22 Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 500

    7.23 Buying a Practice, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA 502

    7.24 Buying into a Practice as a Partner, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA 506

    7.25 Practice Sales: Planning, Structure, and Methods to Minimize Taxes, Gary L. Ackerman, DVM 508

    7.26 Planning for the Sale of a Practice, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA and Larry F. McCormick, DVM, MBA, CBA 512

    7.27 Selling to a Corporate Entity, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 516

    Section 8 Cash Management 519

    8.1 Revenue Streams in Veterinary Practice, Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 520

    8.2 Revenue Budgets and Forecasts, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 524

    8.3 Increasing the Top Line in Practice, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 526

    8.4 Expenses in Veterinary Practice, Karen E. Felsted, CPA,MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA 528

    8.5 Managing General and Administrative Expenses, Marsha L. Heinke, DVM, EA, CPA, CVPM 530

    8.6 Improving the Bottom Line (Profit) in Practice, Jon C. Dittrich, BSIM, MBA 534

    8.7 Payroll Management, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 536

    8.8 Ordering Inventory Economically, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM and Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 538

    8.9 Accounts Receivable Issues, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 540

    8.10 Getting Paid for Services Rendered, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 542

    8.11 Pet Health Insurance, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 544

    8.12 Payment (Wellness) Plans, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 548

    8.13 Third-Party Financing, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 550

    8.14 Digital Wallets, Peter Alberti, BSBA 552

    8.15 Cryptocurrencies, Justin Phillips 554

    8.16 Credit and Collections, Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA 556

    8.17 Discounting, Jon C. Dittrich, BSIM, MBA 558

    8.18 Practice Reinvestment, James E. Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA 560

    8.19 Borrowing Money, Marsha L. Heinke, DVM, EA, CPA, CVPM 564

    8.20 Buying versus Leasing, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 568

    8.21 Controlling Cash Flow: Budgeting, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 570

    8.22 The Electronic Funds Transfer Payment Process, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 574

    8.23 Value-Added Tax and Goods and Services Tax, Peter Alberti, BSBA 576

    8.24 Cash Control: Preventing Embezzlement, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 578

    Section 9 Operations Management 581

    9.1 Medical Records and Patient Documentation, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 582

    9.2 Patient and Procedure Logs, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 584

    9.3 Standards of Care and Care Pathways, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 586

    9.4 Continuity of Care, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 594

    9.5 Profit Centers, Lorraine Monheiser List, CPA, CVA 596

    9.6 Value-Added Analysis, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 600

    9.7 Continuous Quality Improvement, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA 602

    9.8 Digital Imaging Systems in Practice, Ryan King, DVM, DACVR 604

    9.9 Laboratory Considerations, Kara M. Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS (Nutrition) 606

    9.10 Medical Equipment and Fixtures, James E. Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA 608

    9.11 Effective Inventory Management, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM 610

    9.12 Inventory Management: Nutritional Products, Sean J. Delaney, DVM, MS, DACVN 614

    9.13 Medication Dispensing, Compounding, and Prescribing Practices, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM 616

    9.14 Medication Dispensing, Compounding, and Prescribing: Legal Considerations, Adam P. Karp, MS, JD 620

    9.15 Pharmacy Management as a Profit Center, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 622

    9.16 Retail Sales: The Art and the Science, Angela Schneider, CVT, CVPM 624

    9.17 Veterinary Feed Directives, Lance M. Roasa, DVM, MS, JD 626

    9.18 Adding Emergency Services, Brian Cassell, DVM 628

    9.19 Integration of Hospice and Palliative Care into Practice, Shea Cox, DVM, CVPP, CHPV, CPLP 632

    9.20 Kennel Management as a Profit Center, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 636

    9.21 Waste Management, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 638

    Section 10 Information Technology 641

    10.1 Information Technology in Veterinary Medicine, Robert Sanchez 642

    10.2 Selecting Computer Hardware, Eric D. Garcia 644

    10.3 Selecting Computer Software, Kurt A. Oster, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 646

    10.4 Selecting Financial/Accounting Software, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 650

    10.5 Cloud-Based Solutions, Eric D. Garcia 652

    10.6 Keeping Technology in Perspective, Robert Sanchez 654

    10.7 Information Security: Backing Up and Archiving Your System, Eric D. Garcia 656

    10.8 Cybersecurity and Network Security, Eric D. Garcia 658

    10.9 Blockchain, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 660

    10.10 Paperless Practice, Debbie Boone, BS, CVPM 662

    10.11 Electronic Communication: E-mail and Texting, Eric D. Garcia 664

    10.12 Digital Marketing Strategies, Eric D. Garcia 668

    10.13 Websites, Kelly Baltzell, MA 672

    10.14 Search Engine Optimization, Kelly Baltzell, MA 674

    10.15 Paid Online Advertising, Kelly Baltzell, MA 676

    10.16 Social Media, Eric D. Garcia 678

    10.17 Mobile Applications, Eric D. Garcia 682

    10.18 Patient Portals, Eric D. Garcia 684

    10.19 Protecting and Defending Your Online Reputation, Eric D. Garcia 686

    10.20 Measuring Performance of Digital Media Campaigns, Eric D. Garcia 688

    10.21 Technology: Redefining the Client Visit, Eric D. Garcia 690

    10.22 Online Retail: Making it Work, Eric D. Garcia 696

    10.23 Virtual Team Training, Joel Gendelman, Ed.D and Louise S. Dunn 698

    10.24 Internet Use Policy, David D. Barbee, DVM, MS, DACVR 702

    10.25 Digital Communication Policies for Staff, Eric D. Garcia 704

    Section 11 Facility Management, Design and Construction 707

    11.1 Contemplating Practice Ownership: Getting Started, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 708

    11.2 Building, Buying, or Leasing? Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 710

    11.3 Asset Ownership, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 712

    11.4 Financing Basics, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 714

    11.5 Selecting a Site, Tony L. Cochrane, AIA 716

    11.6 How Large Should a Clinic Be? Tony L. Cochrane, AIA 718

    11.7 The Construction Process and Working with Architects, Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 720

    11.8 Zoning and Permitting, Tony L. Cochrane, AIA 722

    11.9 Managing Construction Costs, Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 724

    11.10 Practice Renovations, Vicki J. Pollard, AIA, NCARB, CVT 728

    11.11 Leasehold Improvements, Tony L. Cochrane, AIA 730

    11.12 Designing with the Patient in Mind, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 732

    11.13 Client/Patient Flow, Tony L. Cochrane, AIA 734

    11.14 Integrating Technology, Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 738

    11.15 Noise and Odor Control, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 742

    11.16 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 746

    11.17 Flooring, Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 748

    11.18 Sustainable Design for Veterinary Practices, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 752

    11.19 Referral and Emergency Facilities, Vicki J. Pollard, AIA, NCARB, CVT 754

    11.20 Pet Boarding and Luxury Accommodations, Vicki J. Pollard, AIA, NCARB, CVT 758

    11.21 Large Animal Facilities, Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB 760

    Section 12 Practice Safety 763

    12.1 Basics of Meeting Practice Safety Requirements, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 764

    12.2 Practice Safety Needs, Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT 768

    12.3 Client Safety, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 770

    12.4 Animal-Related Injuries at the Workplace, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 772

    12.5 Security Issues for Hospital and Staff, Bryan M. King, AIA, NCARB 776

    12.6 Developing and Implementing a Safety Plan, Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT 778

    12.7 Hospital Safety Manual, Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT 780

    12.8 Radiation Safety, Ryan King, DVM, DACVR 782

    12.9 Work-Related Accidents and Workers’ Compensation, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 784

    12.10 Emergency Preparedness, Cheryl L. Eia, JD, DVM, MPH 786

    12.11 Emergency Plans, Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT 792

    12.12 Controlled Substances, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 796

    12.13 Adverse Drug Event Reporting and Pharmacovigilance, Sharon L. Campbell, DVM, MS, DACVIM 800

    12.14 Suicide in the Veterinary Profession, Brandon Hess, CVPM, CCFP 804

    Section 13 Legal Issues 807

    13.1 Veterinary Practice Legal Needs and Dealing with Attorneys, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA and John F. Scott, DVM, JD 808

    13.2 Informed Consent, John F. Scott, DVM, JD 810

    13.3 Malpractice, John F. Scott, DVM, JD 812

    13.4 Unprofessional Conduct, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 814

    13.5 Privacy Policy and Confidentiality, Lance M. Roasa DVM, MS, JD 816

    13.6 Identity Theft Prevention Programs, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 818

    13.7 Employment Contracts, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 822

    13.8 Partnership Agreements, Stephen W. Cavanaugh, JD 824

    13.9 Buy/Sell Agreements, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 826

    13.10 Employees versus Independent Contractors, Lance M. Roasa DVM, MS, JD 828

    13.11 Noncompetition, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 830

    13.12 Legal Duty to Refer, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 832

    13.13 Extralabel Drug Use, Sharon L. Campbell, DVM, MS, DACVIM 834

    13.14 Disability Law, Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD, CVA 836

    13.15 Workplace Harassment, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 838

    13.16 Fair Labor Standards Act, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 840

    13.17 Employment Legalities: Bias, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 844

    13.18 Accommodating Employees with Disabilities, Betsy Choder, BS, MS, JD 846

    13.19 Ownership versus Guardianship, Lance M. Roasa DVM, MS, JD 848

    13.20 Pet Trusts and Wills, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 852

    13.21 Animal Abandonment, Adam P. Karp, MS, JD 854

    13.22 Animal Cruelty, Adam P. Karp, MS, JD 856

    Section 14 Planning and Decision Making 859

    14.1 Career Planning, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 860

    14.2 Professional Development Plans, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 862

    14.3 Résumé and Cover Letter, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 864

    14.4 Curriculum Vitae, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 868

    14.5 Strategic Planning and Implementation, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 870

    14.6 Identifying and Solving Practice Problems, James E. Guenther, DVM, MBA, MHA, CVPM, CEPA, CM&AA 874

    14.7 Time Management, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR 878

    14.8 Keeping up with the Pace of Change, Robin Brogdon, MA 880

    14.9 Mission and Vision Statements, Jon C. Dittrich, BSIM, MBA 882

    14.10 Business Plans, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 884

    14.11 Business Entity Structures, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 886

    14.12 Fractional Practice Ownership, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 890

    14.13 Determining a Practice’s Worth, Elizabeth Bellavance, DVM, MBA, CEPA and Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 892

    14.14 The Valuation Process, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 896

    14.15 Practice Value Rules of Thumb, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 900

    14.16 From Associate to Owner: Beyond the Money, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA 902

    14.17 Managers as Practice Owners, Leslie A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA 904

    14.18 Risk Management Issues, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 906

    14.19 Debt Management, Elise M. Lacher, CPA 908

    14.20 Business Contingency Planning, Cheryl L. Eia, JD, DVM, MPH 910

    14.21 Succession Planning, David F. McCormick, MS, CVA and Larry F. McCormick, DVM, MBA, CBA 914

    14.22 Gifting Practice Ownership, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 918

    14.23 Retirement Planning, Mark J. McGaunn, CPA/PFS, CFP® 920

    14.24 Your Next Career (Reinventing Yourself), Louise S. Dunn 922

    Section 15 Appendices 927

    15.1 Finding More Information on Practice Management Topics, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 928

    15.2 Sample Cover Letter and Résumé, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 930

    15.3 Sample Curriculum Vitae, Stacy Pursell, CPC/CERS 933

    15.4 Sample Business Plan, Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, MPA, CVA, MRCVS 935

    15.5 Sample Marketing Plan, Amanda L. Donnelly, DVM, MBA 939

    Abbreviations 940

    Glossary 943

    Index 977

     

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    The most effective, practical approach to the recognition and management of cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary medicine, MANUAL OF CANINE AND FELINE CARDIOLOGY, 4th Edition takes a user-friendly approach to the challenges and conditions you encounter in everyday practice. This completely revised and updated edition includes vital information on diagnostic modalities and techniques, therapeutic options, surgical procedures, and pharmaceutical management of the dog and cat cardiac patient. This invaluable, practical reference covers the full breadth of canine and feline cardiology diagnosis and management in a straightforward and clinically focused format.

    Features:

    The latest coverage on common cardiovascular disorders and practical treatment methods addresses topics, such as: cardiac failure, cardiac arrhythmias, conduction disturbances, cardiopulmonary arrest, and more.

    Easy-to-follow organization separates content into three sections that build on each other — Section 1: Diagnosis of Heart Disease; Section 2: Cardiovascular Disease; Section 3: Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease.

    Extensive art program contains vivid illustrations, clinical photographs, and color Doppler images.

    Drug formulary appendix features a list of commonly used cardiopulmonary drugs, along with formulations, indications, and dosages (for both dogs and cats).

    Streamlined text, bullet points, and helpful boxes help to highlight the most important clinical content.

    Highlighted key points spotlight key information, diagnosis considerations, clinical tips and more.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Genetic and Biomarker Testing of Cardiovascular Diseases chapter covers genetic testing for mutations associated with specific cardiac diseases and testing for circulating substances indicative of heart disease or injury.

    NEW! Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease chapter focuses on the significant role nutrition can play in preventing or treating cardiac disease.

    NEW! Significantly revised Echocardiography chapter features the latest information on indications and the role of the electrocardiogram in clinical practice.

    NEW! All new doppler echocardiogram images in the Feline Cardiomyopathy chapter show the primary cardiomyopathies, including: severe hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, severe hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy, severe dilated cardiomyopathy, severe endomyocardial fibrosis and restrictive cardiomyopathy, severe unclassified cardiomyopathy, and severe arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy.

    NEW! Section on hybrid cardiac procedures in the Cardiac Surgery chapter include image-guided catheter-based interventions with direct transcardiac (transatrial, transventricular, transapical) surgical approaches to the heart.

     
         

    Table Of Contents:

    Section 1: Diagnosis of Heart Disease    
    1. The History of Physical Examination
    2. Radiology of the Heart
    3. Electrocardiography
    4. Echocardiography and Doppler Ultrasound
    5. Special Diagnostic Techniques for Evaluation of Cardiac Disease
    6. Laboratory Diagnosis of Cardiac Disease NEW!
    Section 2: Cardiovascular Diseases    
    7. Acquired Valvular Disease
    8. Canine Cardiomyopathy
    9. Feline Cardiomyopathy
    10. Cor Pulmonale & Pulmonary Thromboembolism
    11. Canine and Feline Heartworm Disease
    12. Cardiac Tumors and Pericardial Disease
    13. Congenital Heart Disease
    14. Cardiovascular Disorders in Systemic Diseases
    15. Systemic Hypertension
    Section 3: Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease  
    16. Pathophysiology and Therapy of Heart Failure
    17. Treatment of Cardiac Arrhythmias and Conduction Disturbances
    18. Cardiopulmonary Arrest and Resuscitation
    19. Emergency Management and Critical Care
    20. Anesthesia of the Cardiac Patient
    21. Cardiac Surgery
    22. Pacemaker Therapy
    23. Nutrition and Cardiac Disease NEW!
    Appendices  
        
    1. Canine Breed Predilections for Heart Disease
    2. Available Canine and Feline Genetic Tests for Breed-Specific Cardiac Disease NEW!
    3. Breed-Specific Cardiac Conditions for Dogs and Cats NEW!
    4. Genetic Testing Centers NEW!
    5. Common Cardiovascular Drugs
    6. New Guidelines for CPR NEW!
    7. Echocardiographic Normals by Body Weight & Breed
    8. Chief Classification System of Canine Congestive Heart Failure
    Index

       

     

  • Exotic Animal Hematology and Cytology 4th Edition
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    Exotic Animal Hematology and Cytology, Fourth Edition updates the most comprehensive reference available on exotic animal hematology and cytology of all major species.
    • Acts as both an atlas and a text, offering high-quality photographs and step-by-step descriptions of techniques associated with preparing and interpreting hematology and cytology samples
    • Presents complete information on hematology and cytology in a wide range of exotic species, including small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish
    • Includes more than 700 high-quality color photographs, now with sizing bars
    • Takes a new disease-based structure for improved ease of use
    • Provides straightforward step-by-step descriptions of sample preparation and interpretation

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    Description:

    Prior to publication of the first edition of Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat, no other comprehensive small animal veterinary medicine book existed with a comparable amount of relevant illustrated material. This new third edition continues and expands on the revolutionary approach of the previous two editions, now including more than 1,850 highly valuable clinical colour photographs, diagrams, and tables.  The third edition of this book has been completely revised and updated. The book is now divided into five color-coded sections – General Approach, Disease of Specific Organ Systems, Multisystemic Disorders, Elements of Therapy and Case Studies. As with the first and second editions of this book the overriding principle of succinct, yet comprehensive text presented in a clear format with an abundance of good quality images remains. Section I: General Approach is completely new and covers medical history and client communication, and common clinical problems. Section II: Specific Organ Systems is organized by body system with chapters structured in a systematic manner that include the definition for each disorder, its causes, clinical features, differential diagnoses, diagnostic methodology, treatment and prognosis, providing readers with easy access to important clinical information. New to this section are chapters covering diseases of the oral cavity and teeth, approach to thoracic radiographs, approach to abdominal radiographs, and disorders of hemostasis. Section III: Multisystemic Disorders covers revised and updated chapters including clinical toxicology, infectious diseases, and immunologic disorders. Section IV: Elements of Therapy covers therapies such as fluid therapy, pain management, nutrition of the critically ill dog and cat and a new chapter on management of the obese dog or cat. Section V: Case Studies includes over 25 case studies that enable the reader to relate the knowledge gained in the book to clinical cases seen in practice. Written by board-certified experts with several case contributions by clinicians in advanced phases of resident training, topics were carefully selected to make this a valuable resource to the general practitioner and also to small animal interns and veterinary students.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Part 1: General approach

    Chapter 1: Medical history and client communication

    Chapter 2: Common clinical problems

    Part 2: Diseases of specific organ systems

    Chapter 3: Diseases of the oral cavity and teeth

    Chapter 4: Respiratory disorders

    Chapter 5: Diseases of the pleural space

    Chapter 6: Approach to thoracic radiographs

    Chapter 7: Cardiovascular disorders

    Chapter 8: Digestive diseases (pharynx to anorectum)

    Chapter 9: Liver disorders

    Chapter 10: Pancreatic disorders

    Chapter 11: Endocrine disorders

    Chapter 12: Nephrology/urology

    Chapter 13: Approach to abdominal radiographs

    Chapter 14: Disorders of the nervous system and muscle

    Chapter 15: Bone and joint disorders

    Chapter 16: Hematologic disorders

    Chapter 17: Disorders of hemostasis

    Chapter 18: Dermatologic disorders

    Chapter 19: Ocular manifestations of systemic diseases

    Part 3: Multisystemic disorders

    Chapter 20: Clinical toxicology

    Chapter 21: Infectious diseases

    Chapter 22: Immunologic disorders

    Part 4: Elements of therapy

    Chapter 23: Fluid therapy

    Chapter 24: Pain management

    Chapter 25: Nutrition of the critically-ill dog and cat

    Chapter 26: Management of the obese dog or cat

    Appendix: Clinical cases

    Back Cover

     

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    Description:

    Every clinician that has an interest in veterinary diagnostic imaging should have this reference! Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound, 4th Edition provides in-depth coverage of the latest techniques, applications, and developments in veterinary ultrasonography. It shows how ultrasonography can be an indispensable part of your diagnostic workup for everything from cardiac and hepatic disease to detached retinas and intestinal masses. All-new content on internal medicine is integrated throughout the text, addressing disease processes and pathologies, their evaluation, and treatment. Written by expert educators John S. Mattoon, Rance K. Sellon, and Clifford R. Berry, this reference includes access to an Expert Consult website with more than 100 video clips and a fully searchable version of the entire text.



    Features:


    • Logical organization makes reference quick and easy, with chapters organized by body system and arranged in a head-to-tail order.
    • Coverage of Doppler imaging principles and applications includes non-cardiac organs and abdominal vasculature.
    • Photographs of gross anatomic and pathological specimens accompany ultrasound images, showing the tissues under study and facilitating a complete interpretation of ultrasound images.
    • More than 100 video clips demonstrate normal and abnormal conditions as they appear in ultrasound scans, including conditions ranging from esophageal abscess to splenic hyperplasia.
    • More than 2,000 full-color images include the most current ultrasound technology.



    New To This Edition:


    • NEW! Updated content on diagnostic ultrasound ensures that you are informed about the latest developments and prepared to meet the challenges of the clinical environment.
    • NEW! Coverage of internal medicine includes basic knowledge about a disease process, the value of various blood tests in evaluating the disease, as well as treatment strategies.
    • NEW editors Rance K. Sellon and Clifford R. Berry bring a fresh focus and perspective to this classic text.
    • NEW! Expert Consult website includes a fully searchable eBook version of the text along with video clips demonstrating normal and abnormal conditions as they appear in ultrasound scans.
    • NEW! New and updated figures throughout the book demonstrate current, high-quality images from state-of-the-art equipment.
    • NEW contributing authors add new chapters, ensuring that this book contains current, authoritative information on the latest ultrasound techniques.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. Fundamentals of Diagnostic Ultrasound
    2. Ultrasound-Guided Aspiration and Biopsy Procedures
    3. Point-of-Care Ultrasound
    4. Abdominal Ultrasound Scanning Techniques
    5. Eye
    6. Neck
    7. Thorax
    8. Echocardiography
    9. Liver
    10. Spleen
    11. Pancreas
    12. Gastrointestinal Tract
    13. Peritoneal Fluid, Lymph Nodes, Masses, Peritoneal Cavity, Great Vessel Thrombosis, and Focused Examinations
    14. Musculoskeletal System
    15. Adrenal Glands
    16. Urinary Tract
    17. Prostate and Testes
    18. Ovaries and Uterus

       

     

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    Stay up-to-date on the latest advances and current issues in equine medicine with this handy reference for the busy equine practitioner, large animal veterinarian, or student. This edition of Current Therapy in Equine Medicine brings you thorough coverage and expert advice on selected topics in areas that have seen significant advances in the last 5 years. Content emphasizes the practical aspects of diagnosis and treatment and provides details for therapeutic regimens. Arranged primarily by body system, the text also features sections on infectious diseases, foal diseases, nutrition, and toxicology. With this cutting-edge information all in one reliable source, you’ll increase your awareness of key therapies in less time.

    Features:

    Key topics include all-new coverage of the latest developments in imaging, biosecurity strategies for individual horse owners and owners of commercial farms and stables, diseases affecting horses at various ages, and a review of colic and other GI tract conditions.

    A recognized panel of nearly 200 expert contributors represents thriving private equine practices, referral hospitals, and academia, and provides insight on challenges, developments, and differing perspectives from around the world.

    A succinct approach is used to discuss pathophysiology and diagnosis, but therapeutics are covered in detail.

    The Current Therapy format focuses on emerging trends, treatment protocols, and diagnostic updates new to the field, providing timely information on the latest advances in equine medicine.

    A body systems organization makes it easy to find solutions for specific disorders.

    Suggested readings at the end of each chapter cite peer-reviewed articles and other sources for further research and study.

    New To This Edition:

    ALL-NEW topics provide updates on infectious diseases, including herpesvirus, equine granulocytic anaplasmosis, and lawsonia infection and proliferative enteropathy; pain diagnosis and multimodal management; management of thoracic and airway trauma, imaging, endoscopy, and other diagnostic procedures for the acute abdomen; and neurologic injury.

    212 concise, NEW chapters include both a succinct guide to diagnosis of disorders and a detailed discussion of therapy.

    NEW images demonstrate advances in various imaging techniques.

    Thoroughly updated drug appendices, including all-new coverage of drug dosages for donkeys and mules, provide a handy, quick reference for the clinical setting.  

    Table Of Contents:

    Section I: Trauma
    1. Trailer accidents
    2. Pain management in the trauma patient
    3. Internal hemorrhage and resuscitation
    4. Thoracic and airway trauma
    5. First aid care of limb injuries
    6. Extensive skin loss/Degloving injury
    7. Crush injuries and compartment syndrome
    8. Penetrating Wounds of Synovial Structures
    9. Acute neurological injury
    10. Ocular trauma
    11. Burn injuries
    Section II: Pain control
    12. Recognition of pain
    13. Analgesic Pharmacology
    14. Pain control for laminitis
    15. Post-operative pain control
    16. Spinal anesthesia and analgesia
    17. Acupuncture for pain control
    Section III: Sports medicine
    18. Evaluation of the horse for poor performance
    19. Cardiovascular disease in poor performance
    20. Upper airway obstructions
    21. Heat stress and hyperthermia
    22. Managing back pain
    23. Neck pain and stiffness
    24. Electrotherapy in horse rehabilitation
    25. Regenerative medicine in orthopedics
    26. Impact of FEI rules on sport horse medication
    27. Older horse sports medicine
    28. Surfaces and injury
    Section IV: Infectious disease
    29. Biosecurity in hospitals
    30. Biosecurity on horse farms
    31. Managing an outbreak of infectious disease
    32. PCR in infectious disease diagnosis and management
    33. Antimicrobial update
    34. African horse sickness
    35. West Nile virus
    36. Gamma herpesviruses (EHV5 and EHV2)
    37. Equine alpha herpesviruses
    38. Equine Rhinitis Virus Infection
    39. World status of equine influenza: impact on vaccination
    40. Rabies
    41. Strangles
    42. Leptospirosis
    43. Screening herds for Lawsonia
    44. Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection (local and systemic)
    45. Equine protozoal myelitis
    46. Rickettsial Diseases
    47. Vaccination programs
    Section V: Respiratory disease
    48. Diagnostic procedures for lower airway disease
    49. Investigating respiratory disease outbreaks
    50. Diseases of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
    51. Dynamic endoscopy
    52. Recurrent laryngeal neuropathy
    53. Laryngeal Ultrasound
    54. Dorsal displacement of the soft palate
    55. Pharyngeal collapse
    56. How to manage air quality in stables
    57. Hemoptysis and epistaxis
    58. EIPH
    59. RAO and IAD
    60. Severe pneumonia and ARDS
    61. Hypertrophic Osteopathy
    Section VI: Gastrointestinal disease
    62. Donkey dental disease
    63. Esophageal disease
    64. Gastric ulcers
    65. Gastric impaction
    66. Hepatic diseases in the horse
    67. Anterior enteritis
    68. Acute equine colitis
    69. Antimicrobial-associated diarrhea
    70. Imaging, endoscopy, and other diagnostic procedures for the acute abdomen
    71. Managing colic in the field
    72. Infiltrative Bowel Diseases of the Horse
    73. Diagnostic approach to protein-losing enteropathies
    74. Medical Management of Large (Ascending) Colon Colic
    75. Small bowel colic
    76. Donkey colic
    77. Parasite screening and control
    78. Adhesions
    79. Lawsonia infection and proliferative enteropathy
    80. Peritonitis
    Section VII: Neurology
    81. Brainstem
    82. Cervical vertebral stabilization
    83. Cranial nerves
    84. CSF standing tap
    85. Dysphagia
    86. Horner's syndrome
    87. Seizure disorders
    88. Forebrain disease
    89. Equine Neuroaxonal Dystrophy
    90. Neurological herpesvirus
    91. Neurologic consequences of Lyme disease
    92. Neuromuscular diseases
    93. Sleep disorders and alterations in mentation
    94. Cervical vertebral canal endoscopy
    95. Diagnosis of ventral cranial trauma
    Section VIII: Oncology
    96. Lymphoma
    97. Paraneoplastic syndromes
    98. Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis and prepuce
    99. Equine sarcoid
    100. Splenic tumors and other soft tissue tumors
    101. Mammary tumors
    Section IX: Urinary tract disease
    102. Examination of the urinary system
    103. Polyuria polydipsia
    104. Urinary Incontinence
    105. Congenital disorders of the urinary tract
    106. Urinary tract infection and bladder displacement
    107. Ureteral disease
    108. Urolithiasis
    109. Hematuria
    110. Acute Kidney Injury
    111. Chronic Kidney Disease
    Section X: Hematology
    112. Anemia
    113. Equine infectious anemia
    114. Piroplasmosis
    115. Blood transfusion and transfusion reactions
    116. Foal Immunodeficiency Syndrome
    117. Hemolytic disorders
    118. Disorders of platelets
    119. Evaluation of hemostasis
    Section XI: Cardiovascular
    120. Congenital cardiovascular conditions
    121. Investigation of cardiac arrhythmias
    122. Cardiac murmurs
    123. Pericardial disease
    Section XII: Dermatology
    124. Draft horse lymphedema
    125. Melanoma
    126. Skin grafting
    127. Blistering mucosal diseases
    128. Photosensitivity
    129. Atopy
    130. Tick and mite diseases
    131. Ventral dermatitits
    132. Hypersensitivity diseases
    133. Immune-mediated skin disorders
    134. Congential skin disorders
    Section XIII: Endocrine and metabolic disease
    135. Equine metabolic syndrome
    136. Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (pergolide)
    137. Dyslipidemias
    138. Older horse endocrinopathies
    139. Equine Intestinal Hyperammonemia
    Section XIV: Ophthalmology
    140. Examination of the eye
    141. Genetics of eye disease
    142. Cataract
    143. Management of corneal ulcer
    144. Glaucoma
    145. Fungal keratitis
    146. Immune-mediated keratopathies
    147. Eyelid Lacerations
    148. A diagnostic approach to ocular discharge
    149. Ocular Squamous cell carcinoma
    150. Recurrent uveitis
    Section XV: Reproduction
    151. Emergencies in stallions
    152. Breeding Management of the Older Breeding Stallion with Declining Testicular Function
    153. Diagnosing and managing the cryptorchid
    154. Scrotal hernia in stallions
    155. Low sperm count; diagnosis and management of semen for breeding
    156. Factors affecting fertility rate when using cooled transported semen
    157. Cryopreservation of stallion semen
    158. Prepartum emergencies in broodmares
    159. Postpartum emergencies in broodmares
    160. Uterine tears
    161. Ovarian abnormalities
    162. Hormone therapy
    163. Bacterial endometritis
    164. Fungal endometritis
    165. Mating-induced endometritis
    166. Uteropexy in older mares
    167. Embryo transfer
    168. Placentitides
    169. Inducing parturition
    170. Field dystocia
    171. Retained fetal membranes
    Section XVI: The Foal
    172. Diagnostic evaluation of the compromised neonatal foal
    173. Diarrhea in foals
    174. Hemopoietic disorders in foals
    175. Perinatal asphyxia syndrome
    176. Screening for R Equi
    177. Sepsis and the SIRS in neonatal foals
    178. Use of fresh and frozen blood products in foals
    179. Hernia management
    180. Gastroduodenal Ulcer Syndrome in Foals
    181. Colic in young horses
    182. Anesthesia in foals
    183. Lameness Originating in the Hoof of Foals
    184. Uroperitoneum
    185. Idiopathic hypocalcemia
    Section XVII: Musculoskeletal
    186. Managing orthopedic infections
    187. Joint disease treatment
    188. Shoulder injuries
    189. Corrective shoeing for tendon and ligament injury
    190. Digital flexor tendon laceration and rupture
    191. Phalangeal subchondral bone cysts
    192. MRI of the Fetlock
    193. Meniscal and cruciate injuries
    194. Injured suspensory ligament
    195. Sessamoid fracture
    196. Wounds of the foot
    197. Keratoma
    198. Canker
    199. Navicular Disease and Injuries of the Podotrochlear Apparatus
    200. Managing acute laminitis
    201. Chronic laminitis management
    202. Stress fracture diagnosis in racehorses
    203. Prevention of musculoskeletal injury in Thoroughbreds
    204. Bandaging and casting
    205. Silicosis and the Osteoporosis Syndrome
    Section XVIII: General
    206. Aged horse health and welfare
    207. Fluid therapy in the field
    208. Protecting the abused/neglected horse
    209. Postanesthetic Myelopathy
    210. Resident farm veterinary practice
    211. Common toxins in equine practice
    212. Genetic diseases
    Appendix 1: Table of Common Drugs and Approximate Doses
    Appendix 2: Donkey Drug Formulary

       

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  • Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing
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    DESCRIPTION:

    Delivers the foundational and practical knowledge required for pharmacists to become an integral part of the veterinary health care team, improving therapeutic outcome while preventing serious adverse drug reactions in veterinary patients

    Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing enables pharmacists and pharmacy students to expand the breadth of their pharmacological knowledge to include common veterinary species. The book offers a practical yet complete resource for dispensing drugs for canine and feline patients, with additional chapters on horses, birds, reptiles, small mammals, and food animals. Edited by a globally recognized expert in veterinary pharmacology, and including chapters written by veterinarians with expertise in pharmacotherapy and pharmacists with expertise in veterinary medicine, this book is designed to help pharmacists enhance the quality of veterinary patient care.

    This book is the first to combine the expertise of both veterinarians and pharmacists to enable pharmacists to apply their knowledge and skills to assure optimal therapeutic outcomes for patients of all species. Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing:

    ·         Puts the information needed to safely dispense prescription and OTC drugs for veterinary patients at the pharmacists’ fingertips

    ·         Focuses on crucial details of canine and feline pharmacotherapeutics

    ·         Helps pharmacists avoid adverse drug reactions including pharmacogenomic and breed-related drug sensitivities

    ·         Offers an authoritative resource written by leading veterinary pharmacy experts designed to integrate pharmacists into the veterinary healthcare team

    ·         Includes crucial regulatory information unique to veterinary drug dispensing and compounding

    Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing is an essential reference for all pharmacists and pharmacy students that might find themselves dispensing drugs to veterinary patients, as well as for veterinarians and others involved with dispensing veterinary drugs.

    “Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing is a book long overdue for the pharmacy profession....Whether you have practiced veterinary pharmacy your whole career or have never practiced veterinary pharmacy, this book has much to offer. Veterinarians are encouraged to suggest this book to pharmacists with whom they work and interact.” - JAVMA Vol 255 No. 6

     

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    List of Contributors xi

    Preface xiii

    1 Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacy 1
    Gigi Davidson

    2 Regulation of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals 25
    Eden Bermingham

    3 Compounding for Animals 43
    Gigi Davidson

    4 Comparative Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics 75
    Katrina L. Mealey and Margo J. Karriker

    5 Breed Differences and Pharmacogenetics 95
    Katrina L. Mealey

    6 Human OvertheCounter (OTC) Products: Precautions for Veterinary Patients 109
    Patricia A. Talcott and Katrina L. Mealey

    7 Pharmacotherapy of Parasitic Disease 127
    Cory Langston and Andrea S. Varela
    Stokes

    8 Pain Management in Veterinary Species 173
    Butch Kukanich

    9 Pharmacotherapeutics of Infectious Disease 189
    Mark G. Papich

    10 Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics 231
    Sunshine M. Lahmers

    11 Respiratory Pharmacotherapeutics 269
    Katrina L. Mealey

    12 Gastrointestinal, Hepatic, and Pancreatic Pharmacotherapeutics 281
    Michael D. Willard

    13 Pharmacotherapy of Renal and Lower Urinary Tract Disease 297
    Joe Bartges

    14 Pharmacotherapeutics of ImmuneMediated Disease 339
    Katrina R. Viviano

    15 Endocrine Pharmacotherapeutics 361
    Katrina L. Mealey

    16 Behavioral Pharmacotherapeutics 377
    Karen L. Overall

    17 Pharmacotherapeutics of Neurological Disorders 403
    Annie Chen
    Allen

    18 Dermatologic Pharmacotherapeutics 417
    Alice M. Jeromin

    19 Ophthalmic Pharmacotherapeutics 439
    Terri L. Alessio and Katrina L. Mealey

    20 Pharmacotherapeutics of Cancer 453
    Katrina R. Viviano

    21 Introduction to Equine Pharmacotherapy 471
    Jennifer L. Davis

    22 Introduction to Food Animal Pharmacotherapy 501
    Virginia R. Fajt

    23 Pharmacotherapeutics for Nontraditional Pets 519
    Valerie Wiebe and Lauren Eichstadt Forsythe

    24 Special Considerations for Service, Working, and Performance Animals 543
    Katrina L. Mealey

    25 Counseling for Owners of Veterinary Patients 549
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix A Veterinary Teaching Hospital Pharmacy Contact Information 565
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix B Directional Anatomical Terminology of Bipeds Quadrupeds 567
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix C Vital signs and potential monitoring parameters for dogs, cats, horses, and ferrets 569
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix D Auxiliary Labels Crossreferenced by Drug 571
    Gigi Davidson

    Appendix E FDA Adverse Event Reporting Form 579
    Gigi Davidson

    Appendix F Veterinary Pharmacogenetics Testing Laboratories with Counseling Expertise 585
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix G Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Laboratories 587
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Appendix H Canine and Feline Body Surface Area Conversion Tables 589
    Stephen W. Mealey

    Appendix I Zoonotic Diseases of Dogs, Cats, and Horses 591
    Katrina L. Mealey

    Index 593

     

  • Bovine Medicine 3rd Edition
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    Thoroughly updated to reflect recent changes in the industry, Bovine Medicine, 3rd Edition, offers practicing large animal veterinarians and veterinary students a comprehensive reference to core aspects of contemporary cattle health and husbandry.
    • New edition of a classic text, featuring thoroughly rewritten text, with coverage shifted to the core aspects of everyday cattle practice
    • Includes new focus on both applied skills and application of knowledge, along with many more full-colour illustrations than in previous editions
    • Represents a toolkit of skills that will support the delivery of contemporary cattle practice
    • Presents a seamless integration of information on husbandry, nutrition, and disease
    • Written by a wide range of experts from around the world

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    Description:

    Learn the latest advances in veterinary diagnostic radiology! Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 7th Edition, is a one-stop resource covering the principles of radiographic technique and interpretation for dogs, cats, and horses. Within this bestselling text, high-quality radiographic images accompany clear coverage of diagnostic radiology, ultrasound, MRI, and CT. User-friendly direction helps you to develop essential skills in patient positioning, radiographic technique and safety measures, normal and abnormal anatomy, radiographic viewing and interpretation, and alternative imaging modalities. This new edition has been thoroughly revised to include important advances in the field, information about contrast media, dental radiography, and more!

    Features:

    Coverage of ultrasound imaging procedures such as the esophagram, upper GI examination, excretory urography, and cystography helps in determining when and how these procedures are performed in today’s practice.

    Rewritten chapters on basic interpretation emphasizes radiography, radiation safety, superficial coverage of normal variants, and will include more in-depth information on the framework for interpretation.

    An atlas of normal radiographic anatomy in each section makes it easier to recognize abnormal radiographic findings.

    High-quality radiographic images clarify key concepts and interpretation principles.

    Up-to-date coverage of the most commonly seen species in private veterinary practices and veterinary teaching hospitals includes the cat, dog, and horse.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Chapter on CT and MR contrast media gives you a better understanding of the agents used to alter patient contrast.

    NEW! Information on digital imaging helps you understand the latest advances in digital imaging.

    NEW! Chapter on dental radiology covers common dental issues you may encounter in practice.

    NEW! Chapter on MR spinal imaging provides the latest information on the diagnosis of spinal cord disease through the use of CT and MRI.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section I: Physics and Principles of Interpretation


    1. Radiation Protection and Physics of Diagnostic Radiology
    2. Digital Radiographic Imaging
    3. Physics of Ultrasound Imaging
    4. Physics of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    5. Radiographic, CT and MR Contrast Media
    6. Introduction to Radiographic Interpretation

    Section II: The Axial Skeleton: Canine, Feline, and Equine


    7. Radiographic Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton
    8. Basic Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Axial Skeleton
    9. The Cranial and Nasal Cavities: Canine and Feline
    10. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Features of Brain Disease in Small Animals
    11. The Equine Head
    12. The Canine and Feline Vertebrae
    13. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography Features of Canine and Feline Spinal Cord Disease

    Section III: The Appendicular Skeleton: Canine, Feline, and Equine


    14. Radiographic Anatomy of the Appendicular Skeleton
    15. Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Appendicular Skeleton
    16. Orthopedic Diseases of Young and Growing Dogs and Cats
    17. Fracture Healing and Complications
    18. Radiographic Features of Bone Tumors and Bone Infections
    19. Radiographic Signs of Joint Disease in Dogs and Cats
    20. The Equine Stifle and Tarsus
    21. The Equine Carpus
    22. The Equine Metacarpal and Metatarsal Regions
    23. The Equine Metacarpophalangeal and Metatarsophalangeal Articulation
    24. The Equine Phalanges
    25. The Equine Navicular Bone

    Section IV: Thoracic Cavity: Canine, Feline, and Equine


    26. Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Thorax
    27. The Pharnyx, Larynx, and Trachea
    28. Canine and Feline Esophagus
    29. The Thoracic Wall
    30. The Diaphragm
    31. The Mediastinum
    32. The Pleural Space
    33. The Heart and Pulmonary Vessels
    34. The Canine and Feline Lung
    35. The Equine Thorax

    Section V: Abdominal Cavity: Canine and Feline


    36. Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Abdomen
    37. The Peritoneal Space
    38. The Liver and Spleen
    39. The Kidneys and Ureters
    40. The Urinary Bladder
    41. The Urethra
    42. The Prostate Gland
    43. The Uterus, Ovaries and Testes
    44. The Stomach
    45. The Small Bowel
    46. The Large Bowel

       

     

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    Description:

    Master the diagnosis and effective treatment of veterinary neurologic disorders! de Lahunta’s Veterinary Neuroanatomy and Clinical Neurology, 5th Edition provides in-depth coverage of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nervous system. With this knowledge, you will be able to accurately diagnose the location of neurologic lesions in small animals, horses, and food animals. Practical guidelines explain how to perform neurologic examinations, interpret examination results, and formulate treatment plans. Descriptions of neurologic disorders are accompanied by clinical case studies, photos and drawings, and radiographs. Written by neurology experts Alexander de Lahunta, Eric Glass, and Marc Kent, this resource includes hundreds of online videos depicting the patients and disorders described in the text.



    Features:

    • Logical case description format presents diseases in a manner that is similar to diagnosing and treating neurologic disorders in the clinical setting: 1) Description of the neurologic disorder; 2) Neuroanatomic diagnosis and how it was determined, the differential diagnosis, and any ancillary data; and 3) Course of the disease, the final clinical or necropsy diagnosis, and a brief discussion of the syndrome.
    • More than 380 videos on a companion website hosted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine bring concepts to life and clearly demonstrate the neurologic disorders and examination techniques described in case examples throughout the text.
    • More than 250 high-quality radiographs and over 800 vibrant color photographs and line drawings depict anatomy, physiology, and pathology, including gross and microscopic lesions, and enhance your ability to diagnose challenging neurologic cases.
    • High-quality, state-of-the-art MRI images correlate with stained transverse sections of the brain, showing minute detail that the naked eye alone cannot see.
    • A detailed Video Table of Contents in the front of the book makes it easier to access the videos that correlate to case examples.



    New To This Edition:

    • NEW case descriptions offer additional practice in working your way through real-life scenarios to reach an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan for neurologic disorders.
    • NEW! Content updates reflect the latest evidence-based research.
    • NEW! Clinical photos and illustrations are updated to reflect current practice.

     

    Table Of Contents:


    1. Introduction
    2. Neuroanatomy by Dissection
    3. Development of the Nervous System: Malformation
    4. Cerebrospinal Fluid and Hydrocephalus
    5. Lower Motor Neuron: Spinal Nerve, General Somatic Efferent System
    6. Lower Motor Neuron: General Somatic Efferent, Cranial Nerve
    7. Lower Motor Neuron: General Visceral Efferent System
    8. Upper Motor Neuron
    9. General Sensory Systems: General Proprioception and General Somatic Afferent
    10. Small Animal Spinal Cord Disease
    11. Large Animal Spinal Cord Disease
    12. Vestibular System: Special Proprioception
    13. Cerebellum
    14. Visual System
    15. Auditory System: Special Somatic Afferent System
    16. Visceral Afferent Systems
    17. Nonolfactory Rhinencephalon: Limbic System
    18. Seizure Disorders: Narcolepsy
    19. Diencephalon
    20. Uncontrolled Involuntary Skeletal Muscle Contractions  
    21. The Neurologic Examination
    22. Case Descriptions  ALL NEW!

       

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    Description:

    Covering both classical modalities of echocardiography and newer techniques, Clinical Echocardiography of the Dog and Cat shows how to assess, diagnose, and treat canine and feline heart disease. A clinical approach demonstrates how these modalities may be used to acquire images, and then how you can recognize and identify patterns, relate them to different diseases, and manage patient care with those findings. The print book includes a companion website with 50 videos of cardiac ultrasound exams and procedures. Written by veterinary cardiology specialists and echocardiographers Eric de Madron, Valerie Chetboul, and Claudio Bussadori, this indispensable echocardiology resource is ideal for general practitioner veterinarians as well as specialists, including cardiologists and radiologists.

    Features:

    Dedicated coverage of canine and feline echocardiography emphasizes a more in-depth discussion of cardiac ultrasound, including the newest ones such as Tissue Doppler and speckle tracking imaging, and transesophageal and 3D echocardiography.

    A practical, clinical approach shows how these echocardiographic modalities are not just research tools, but useful in diagnosing and staging heart disease in day-to-day practice.

    Book plus website consolidates offers current information into a single cohesive source covering classical modalities and newer techniques, as well as updates relating to normal echocardiographic examinations and values.

    50 videos on the companion website demonstrate how to perform echocardiography procedures, illustrating points such as swirling volutes, color flow display of blood flows, dynamic collapses secondary to pericardial effusion, and tumors flicking in and out of the echocardiographic field.

    A section on presurgical assessment helps you assess risk and prepare for catheter-based correction of cardiac defects — accurate measurements and proper device selection are key to a successful procedure.

    Over 400 full-color illustrations and 42 summary tables help you achieve precise, high-quality imaging for accurate assessment, including photographs of cadaver animal specimens to clarify the relationship between actual tissues in health and disease and their images.

    Table Of Contents:

    PART I: NORMAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION


    Chapter 1: Normal Views: 2D, TM, Spectral and Color Doppler Modes  
    Eric de Madron
        • The different modes
        • General considerations
        • Normal bi-dimensional views
        • Normal spectral Doppler examination
        • Color Doppler


    Chapter 2: Normal Echocardiographic Values: 2D, TM and Spectral Doppler Modes
    Eric de Madron
        • Normal TM and 2D values
        • Normal spectral Doppler values


    Chapter 3: Intraoperator and Interoperator Variability
    Valerie Chetboul
        • Repeatability, reproducibility and operator performance
        • Operator effect on the variability of echocardiographic measurements
        • Practical implications


    PART II: NEW TECHNIQUES OF ULTRASONOGRAPHIC CARDIAC IMAGING


    Chapter 4: Myocardial Tissue Doppler, Derived Techniques and Speckle Tracking Imaging
    Valerie Chetboul
        • Normal myocardial kinetics
        • Myocardial Tissue Doppler or Tissue Doppler imaging (TDI)
        • Derived techniques from TDI: tissue tracking imaging, strain and strain rate imaging
        • Speckle tracking imaging


    Chapter 5: Trans-Esophageal Echocardiography
    Claudio Bussadori
        • Introduction and technical aspects
        • Considerations with respect to the echocardiographer
        • ETO examination protocol
        • Indications and applications of ETO


    Chapter 6: Veterinary Applications of Three-Dimensional Echocardiography
    Claudio Bussadori
        • 3D echocardiography technology
        • The different modes of 3D echocardiography
        • 3D echocardiography in veterinary medicine
        • Patent ductus arteriosus
        • Pulmonic valve valvuloplasty


    PART III: HEMODYNAMIC EVALUATION


    Chapter 7: Global Left Ventricular Systolic Function Evaluation

    Eric de Madron
        • Left ventricular anatomy
        • Radial systolic function: shortening fraction
        • Systolic indices derived from ventricular volumes
        • Longitudinal systolic function evaluation
        • Spectral Doppler indices: systolic time intervals and index of myocardial performance (Tei index)


    Chapter 8: Diastolic Function Evaluation
    Eric de Madron
        • Phases of diastole and its determinants
        • Types of diastolic dysfunctions
        • Echocardiographic indices of diastolic function


    Chapter 9: Echocardiographic Assessment of the Left Ventricular Filling Pressure
    Eric de Madron
        • Left atrial pressure curve
        • Echocardiographic indices of the left ventricular filling pressure
        • Other echocardiographic criteria


    Chapter 10: Right Ventricular Systolic Function Evaluation
    Eric de Madron
        • Radial right ventricular systolic function: right ventricular shortening fractions
        • Longitudinal right ventricular systolic function assessment
        • Systolic time intervals and index of myocardial performance (Tei index)
        • Spectral Doppler indices


    PART IV: ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY OF ACQUIRED HEART DISEASES


    Chapter 11: Evaluation and Quantification of Acquired Valvular Regurgitations in the Dog
    Eric de Madron
        • Mitral regurgitation
        • Tricuspid regurgitation
        • Aortic regurgitation
        • Pulmonic regurgitation


    Chapter 12: Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Other Cardiomyopathies
    Valerie Chetboul
        • Primary dilated cardiomyopathy
        • Other cardiomyopathies


    Chapter 13: Feline Cardiomyopathies Assessment
    Eric de Madron
        • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathies
        • Restrictive cardiomyopaties
        • Dilated cardiomyopathies
        • Atypical cardiomyopathies
        • Thrombotic risk evaluation


    Chapter 14: Pulmonary Hypertension
    Valerie Chetboul
        • Review of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH)
        • Conventional echocardiography and PAH
        • Conventional Doppler and PAH
        • New imaging modalities and PAH


    Chapter 15: Dirofilariosis: Specific Bi-Dimensional Findings
    Eric de Madron
        • Echocardiographic characteristics of dirofilaria
        • Other echocardiographic anomalies associated with dirofilariosis


    Chapter 16: Cardiac Manifestations of Systemic Diseases
    Valerie Chetboul, Eric de Madron
        • Systemic arterial hypertension
        • Hyperthyroid cardiopathy
        • Anemia


    Chapter 17: Pericardial Diseases
    Eric de Madron
        • Pericardial anatomy and function
        • Pericardial effusions
        • Constrictive pericarditis
        • Congenital pericardial defects


    Chapter 18: Cardiac Tumors
    Claudio Bussadori
        • Types of tumors and prevalence
        • Goals of echocardiography in the assessment of cardiac tumors
        • Specific echocardiographic presentation


    PART V: CONGENITAL CARDIOPATHIES


    Chapter 19: Congenital Cardiopathies
    Claudio Bussadori
        • Aortic stenosis
        • Pulmonic stenosis
        • Patent ductus arteriosus
        • Ventricular septal defects
        • Atrial septal defects
        • Mitral valve dysplasia
        • Tricuspid valve dysplasia
        • Tetralogy of Fallot
        • Cor triatriatum
        • Endocardial cushion defects


    Chapter 20: Echocardiographic Assessment of Congenital Cardiopathies Before and After Intervention
    Claudio Bussadori
        • Valvular pulmonic stenosis
        • Patent ductus arteriosus
        • Ventricular septum defects

       

     

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    Atlas of Small Animal CT & MRI is a highly illustrated diagnostic imaging guide to common clinical disorders of dogs and cats.

    • Contains over 3,000 high quality CT, MRI and related diagnostic images
    • Offers a unique approach emphasizing comparative imaging and pathologic correlation
    • Focuses on important imaging features relevant to imaging diagnosis of disease in dogs and cats
    • Written by internationally renowned experts in the field.

  • 81400lei 760.00 lei

     

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    Description:

    Featuring unparalleled full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions, Miller and Evan’s Anatomy of the Dog, 5th Edition makes it easy to master the intricate details of canine morphology. Content has been updated throughout the text to reflect the latest knowledge regarding the development, structure, and function of the canine body. Chapters in the text are logically organized by body system and written by expert anatomists who lend their extensive knowledge of particular structures. Plus, there’s a special introductory chapter on breed categories from the American Kennel Club to help you understand dog breeds and how they are determined. This new edition also features an enhanced focus on digital radiology and includes upgraded MR and CT scans throughout the text. Most notably, however, are the elaborate full-color illustrations by expert medical illustrators that bring complex anatomy to life in a way that no other vet text can. Overall, Miller and Evan’s Anatomy of the Dog is an invaluable reference for veterinary students, clinicians, technicians, breeders, and animal specialists alike.


    Features:


    • Elaborate full-color illustrations created by expert medical illustrators bring canine structures to life and enhance your understanding of their function.
    • The most up-to-date nomenclature from the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (NAV) - the standard reference for anatomical (zootomical) terminology - is reflected throughout the text’s content.
    • Up-to-date text and bibliographic references from the most current literature offer easy access to all primary sources of information for further study and interpretation.
    • Expert anatomist authors contribute their current knowledge of particular structures.
    • Chapters logically organized by body system follows the course structure in most veterinary school curricula.
    • Coverage of AKC breed categories offers a basic understanding of dog breeds and how they are determined by the American Kennel Club.



    New To This Edition:


    • NEW! Co-editor John W. Hermanson joins the team of Evans and de Lahunta to provide further expertise in the areas of anatomy and comparative anatomy.
    • NEW! Upgraded digital radiology with a special emphasis on MR and CT scans has been incorporated throughout the text.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. The Dog and Its Relatives
    2. Prenatal Development
    3. The Integument
    4. The Skeleton
    5. Arthrology
    6. The Muscular System
    7. The Digestive Apparatus and Abdomen
    8. The Respiratory System
    9. The Urogenital System
    10. The Endocrine System
    11. The Heart and Arteries
    12. The Veins
    13. The Lymphatic System
    14. Introduction to the Nervous System
    15. The Autonomic Nervous System
    16. The Spinal Cord and Meninges
    17. The Spinal Nerves
    18. The Brain
    19. The Cranial Nerves
    20. The Ear
    21. The Eye
       

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    DESCRIPTION:

    This book offers a thorough revision and update to the first landmark book that presented a standardized approach to focused point-of-care ultrasound exams of the abdomen, thorax, musculoskeletal and eye in veterinary practice. Now incorporating new applications for focused ultrasound exams and additional species, this Second Edition continues to be a state-of-the-art reference for using abbreviated ultrasound exams in clinical practice. A companion website features supplementary video clips of these point-of-care techniques depicting actual ultrasound exams for comparison and comprehension.

    New chapters in Point-of-Care Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner, Second Edition cover ultrasound-guided nerve blocks, musculoskeletal, brain imaging, and applications of focused ultrasound techniques in cats, exotics and marine mammals—making it an essential purchase for veterinarians wanting to incorporate point-of-care ultrasound techniques into their veterinary practices.

    ·         Presents a standardized approach to point-of-care ultrasound as an extension of the physical exam, including trauma, non-trauma, and monitoring applications

    ·         Includes coverage of new techniques for focused ultrasound exams, including lung, anesthesia and ultrasound guided nerve blocks, transcranial brain imaging, musculoskeletal, volume status evaluation, and rapid assessment for treatable forms of shock

    ·         Adds cats, exotic and wildlife mammals, and marine mammals to the existing canine coverage

    ·         Emphasizes the integration of point-of-care ultrasound techniques for optimizing patient care and accurate patient assessment

    ·         Offers access to a companion website with supplementary video clips showing many clinically relevant didactic examples

    The second edition of Point-of-Care Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner is an excellent resource for veterinary practitioners, ranging from the general practitioner to nearly all clinical specialists, including internal medicine, oncology, cardiology, emergency and critical care, anesthesiology, ophthalmology, exotics, and zoo medicine specialists, and veterinary students.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Gregory R. Lisciandro, DVM, Dipl. ABVP, Dipl. ACVECC, is a consultant with Hill Country Veterinary Specialists and CEO of FASTVet.com in Spicewood, Texas, USA.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    List of Contributors

    Foreword - Nilam Soni, MD

    Preface - Gregory R. Lisciandro, DVM

    Section 1: Ultrasound Basics

    Chapter 1 POCUS: Introduction - Gregory R. Lisciandro, DVM

    Chapter 2 POCUS: Basic Ultrasound Physics - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 3 POCUS: Basic Ultrasound Artifacts - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 4 POCUS: Basic Ultrasound Scanning - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 5: POCUS: Top Ultrasound Mistakes During Global FAST - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Section 2: The Abdomen

    Chapter 6 POCUS: AFAST - Introduction and Image Acquisition - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 7 POCUS: AFAST - Clinical Integration - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 8 POCUS: Liver & Gallbladder - Stephanie Lisciandro, Jennifer Gambino, Sarah Young

    Chapter 9 POCUS: Spleen - Stephanie Lisciandro, Sarah Young

    Chapter 10 POCUS: Kidney - Stephanie Lisciandro, Sarah Young

    Chapter 11 POCUS: Urinary Bladder - Stephanie Lisciandro, Sarah Young

    Chapter 12 POCUS: Gastrointestinal Tract & Pancreas - Søren R. Boysen and Jennifer Gambino

    Section 3: Reproductive and Pediatric

    Chapter 13 POCUS: Reproductive - Imaging the Male - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 14 POCUS: Reproductive Female - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 15 POCUS: Dystocia - Robert M. Fulton

    Chapter 16 POCUS: Pediatrics - Autumn P. Davidson and Tomas W. Baker

    Section 4: The Thorax

    Chapter 17 POCUS: TFAST - Introduction and Image Acquisition - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 18 POCUS: TFAST - Clinical Integration - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 19 POCUS: Heart - Introduction and Image Acquisition - Teresa DeFrancesco

    Chapter 20 POCUS: Heart - Abnormalities of Valves, Myocardium and Great Vessels - Teresa DeFrancesco

    Chapter 21 POCUS: Heart - Pericardial Effusion and Pericardiocentesis - Teresa DeFrancesco

    Chapter 22 POCUS: Vet BLUE - Introduction and Image Acquisition - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 23 POCUS: Vet BLUE - Clinical Integration - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Section 5: Vascular

    Chapter 24 POCUS: Central Venous and Arterial Catheterization - Scott Chamberlin

    Chapter 25 POCUS: Vascular Veins and Arteries - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 26 POCUS: Caudal Vena Cava - Kris Gommeren, Elodie Darnis, Anne-Christine Merveille

    Section 6: Nervous System

    Chapter 27 POCUS: Eye - Jane Cho

    Chapter 28 POCUS: Brain - Image Acquisition - Cibele F. Carvalho

    Chapter 29 POCUS: Brain - Clinical Integration - Cibele F. Carvalho

    Chapter 30 POCUS: Nerve Blocks - Forelimb - Pablo E. Otero and Diego A. Portela

    Chapter 31 POCUS: Nerve Blocks - Pelvic Limb - Pablo E. Otero and Diego A. Portela

    Chapter 32 POCUS: Nerve Blocks - Trunk - Pablo E. Otero and Diego A. Portela

    Chapter 33 POCUS: Nerve Blocks - Neuroaxial - Pablo E. Otero and Diego A. Portela

    Section 7: Musculoskeletal

    Chapter 34 POCUS: Musculoskeletal - Soft Tissue - Susanne M. Stieger-Vanegas

    Chapter 35 POCUS: Musculoskeletal - Bones and Joints - Susanne M. Stieger-Vanegas

    Section 8: Monitoring

    Chapter 36 POCUS: Global FAST for Patient Monitoring and Staging - Gregory Lisciandro

    Chapter 37 POCUS: Global FAST - Rapidly Detecting Treatable Forms of Shock, ALS and CPR - Gregory Lisciandro

    Chapter 38 POCUS: VetFAST-ABCDE - Andrea Armenise

    Section 9: Cats, Exotics, Marine Mammals

    Chapter 39 POCUS: Feline Abdomen and Thorax Differences - Daniel Rodriguez, Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Chapter 40 POCUS: Exotic Companion Mammals - Sara Gardhouse, Hugues Beaufrère

    Chapter 41 POCUS: Marine Mammals - Gregory R. Lisciandro, Jennifer Gambino, Debra Moore, Enrique Yarto

    Chapter 42 POCUS: Birds and Reptiles - Sara Gardhouse, Hugues Beaufrère

    Section 10: Ultrasound-Guided Procedures

    Chapter 43 POCUS: Ultrasound-Guided Procedures - Søren R Boysen

    Chapter 44 POCUS: Ultrasound-guided Lung and Thoracic Sampling - Daniel Rodriguez

    Section 11: Program Management

    Chapter 45 POCUS: Setting Up Successful POCUS and FAST Ultrasound Programs - Gregory R. Lisciandro

    Appendices

    Appendix 1 - Quick References and Normal Values

    Appendix II - Goal-Directed Templates

    Appendix III - Abbreviations, Terms, Glossary

     

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    Veterinary Image-Guided Interventions is the only book dedicated to interventions guided by imaging technology. Written and edited by leading experts in the field, interventional endoscopy, cardiology, oncology and radiology are covered in detail. Chapters include the history and background of the procedures, patient work-up, equipment lists, detailed procedural instructions, potential complications, patient follow-up protocols, and expected outcomes. Split into body systems, the technical aspects of each procedure are presented using highly illustrated step-by-step guides.

    Veterinary Image-Guided Interventions is a must-have handbook for internists, surgeons, cardiologists, radiologists, oncologists and criticalists, and for anyone interested in cutting-edge developments in veterinary medicine.
    Key features include:
    • A highly practical step-by-step guide to image-guided procedures
    • Relevant to a wide range of veterinary specialists.
    • Written and edited by respected pioneers in veterinary image-guided procedures
    • A companion website offers videos of many procedures to enhance the text

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    Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, Second Edition is a comprehensive reference for ultrasound techniques and findings in small animal practice, with more than 2000 high-quality sonograms and illustrations of normal structures and disorders.

    ·         Provides a comprehensive collection of more than 2000 high-quality images, including both normal and abnormal ultrasound features, as well as relevant complementary imaging modalities and histopathological images

    ·         Covers both common and uncommon disorders in small animal patients

    ·         Offers new chapters on practical physical concepts and artifacts and abdominal contrast sonography

    ·         Includes access to a companion website with over 140 annotated video loops of the most important pathologies covered in each section of the book

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

     

    Contributors vii

    Preface ix

    About the Companion Website xi

    1. Practical Physical Concepts and Artifacts 1
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Dominique Penninck

    2. Eye and Orbit 19
    Stefano Pizzirani, Dominique Penninck and Kathy Spaulding

    3. Neck 55
    Allison Zwingenberger and Olivier Taeymans

    4. Thorax 81
    Silke Hecht and Dominique Penninck

    5. Heart 111
    Donald Brown, Hugues Gaillot and Suzanne Cunningham

    6. Liver 183
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Dominique Penninck

    7. Spleen 239
    Silke Hecht and Wilfried Mai

    8. Gastrointestinal Tract 259
    Dominique Penninck and Marc-André d’Anjou

    9. Pancreas 309
    Dominique Penninck and Marc-André d’Anjou

    10. Kidneys and Ureters 331
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Dominique Penninck

    11. Bladder and Urethra 363
    James Sutherland-Smith and Dominique Penninck

    12. Adrenal Glands 387
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Dominique Penninck

    13. Female Reproductive Tract 403
    Rachel Pollard and Silke Hecht

    14. Male Reproductive Tract 423
    Silke Hecht and Rachel Pollard

    15. Abdominal Cavity, Lymph Nodes, and Great Vessels 455
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Éric Norman Carmel

    16. Clinical Applications of Contrast Ultrasound 481
    Robert O’Brien and Gabriela Seiler

    17. Musculoskeletal System 495
    Marc-André d’Anjou and Laurent Blond

    18. Spine and Peripheral Nerves 545
    Judith Hudson and Marc-André d’Anjou

     

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    A one-stop reference for the surgical treatment of wounds in small animal patients

    Wound management and reconstructive surgery are among the most challenging and innovative subspecialties of veterinary surgery for the management of traumatic injuries and neoplastic conditions commonly encountered in small animals. Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery, Fourth Edition presents detailed procedures for surgical reconstruction and essential information on the principles of wound healing and wound management for dogs and cats.  Coverage encompasses the pathophysiology and management of the wide variety of wounds encountered in small animal practice and the most current reconstructive techniques for closing the most challenging defects. 

    This updated edition is presented with additional full color images and now includes color in each illustration, to enhance the reader’s understanding of each subject and successful execution of the surgical techniques covered.  It imparts new and updated information on a wide variety of topics, including skin and muscle flap techniques, skin fold disorders, facial and nasal reconstructive surgery, foot pad surgery, urogenital reconstructive surgery, and includes a new chapter on reconstructive surgery of the pinna.

    ·         Provides a key reference for general practitioners, surgeons, surgical residents, veterinary students, and small animal technicians in a single source

    ·         Discusses current and new wound management and reconstructive surgical techniques for all body regions, including the face, ear, mouth, eye, nose, trunk, external genitalia, and foot

    ·         Contains 35 brand-new plate illustrations, updated and enhanced color plate illustrations and drawings, and additional clinical photographs throughout

    ·         Features a new chapter dedicated to the surgical management of pinnal injuries and disorders, including new reconstructive surgical options developed by the author

    ·         Includes information boxes to emphasize important points and the author’s personal observations, drawing on more than forty years of surgical experience

    Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery, Fourth Edition is a valuable one-stop reference for veterinary surgeons, residents, and small animal practitioners. 

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    Foreword xi

    Preface xii

    Acknowledgments xiii

    About the Companion Website xiv

    1. The Skin 1

    Skin Function 2

    Skin Structure 2

    Cutaneous Adnexa 5

    The Hypodermis 8

    Cutaneous Circulation 8

    Pinna: Cutaneous Considerations 10

    Congenital Skin Disorders 10

    2. Basic Principles of Wound Healing 17

    Introduction 18

    Wound Healing 18

    Acute Versus Chronic Open Wounds 29

    Species Variations in Wound Healing 29

    “Artificial Skin” 30

    3. Basic Principles of Wound Management 33

    Introduction 34

    Patient Presentation 34

    Mechanisms of Injury and Wound Terminology 34

    Wound Classification 35

    Options for Wound Closure 37

    “Pointers” in Selecting the Proper Closure Technique 43

    Basic Wound Management in Six Simple Steps 44

    Exposed Bone: Osteostixis 49

    Acute Versus Chronic Wounds 50

    4. Topical Wound Care Products and Their Use 53

    Wound Exudate 54

    Wound Drainage Systems 54

    Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) 60

    Concept of Moist Wound Healing (MWH) 67

    Topical Wound Care Products 69

    The Maggot and Leach in Wound Care 79

    Common Topical Antiseptic and Cleansing Agents 81

    Alternative Forms of Wound Therapy 85

    Concluding Remarks 89

    Plate 1: Vacuum‐Assisted Closure 92

    5. Dressings, Bandages, External Support, and Protective Devices 95

    Introduction 96

    Dressings: The Primary Layer 96

    Dressings: The Secondary Layer 111

    Dressings: The Tertiary Layer 112

    Preventing Bandage Displacement 113

    Tie‐Over Dressing/Bandage Technique 114

    Pressure Points: Bandage Options 115

    Bandage “Access Windows” 115

    Bandaging Techniques for Skin Grafts 115

    Bandaging Techniques for Skin Flaps 115

    Splints, Casts, Reinforced Bandages 115

    Miscellaneous Protective Devices 116

    Plate 2: Basic Bandage Application for Extremities 124

    Plate 3: Tape Stirrups and Padding Dos and Don’ts 126

    Plate 4: Elasticon Bandage Platforms and Saddles 128

    Plate 5: Spica Bandages/Splints 130

    Plate 6: Schroeder‐Thomas Splint 132

    Plate 7: Schroeder‐Thomas Splint: Security Band Application 136

    Plate 8: Body Brace 138

    Plate 9: Tape Hobbles for the Rear Extremities 140

    6. Common Complications in Wound Healing 143

    Improper Nutritional Support 144

    Medications and Their Influence on Healing 145

    Hypovolemia and Anemia 146

    The Nonhealing Wound: General Considerations 146

    Failure to Heal by Second Intention 147

    Scarring and Wound Contracture 152

    Infection and Biofilm Formation 154

    Draining Tracts 158

    Use of Tourniquets for Lower Extremity Procedures 165

    Seromas 166

    Hematomas 167

    Exposed Bone 167

    Wound Dehiscence 169

    7. Management of Specific Wounds 173

    Bite Wounds 174

    Burns 183

    Inhalation Injuries 195

    Chemical Burns 196

    Electrical Injuries 197

    Radiation Injuries 201

    Frostbite 204

    Projectile Injuries 205

    Explosive Munitions: Ballistic, Blast, and Thermal Injuries 227

    Impalement Injuries 227

    Pressure Ulcers 228

    Hygroma 234

    Snakebite 239

    Brown Recluse Spider Bites 240

    Porcupine Quills 240

    Lower Extremity Shearing Wounds 243

    Plate 10: Pipe Insulation Protective Device: Elbow 248

    Plate 11: Pipe Insulation to Protect the Great Trochanter 250

    Plate 12: Vacuum Drain Management of Elbow Hygromas 252

    8. Regional Considerations 255

    The Canine and Feline Profiles 256

    Plates 13A and 13B: Surgical Technique Menu 258

    9. Tension‐Relieving Techniques 265

    Introduction 266

    Skin Tension in the Dog and Cat 266

    Plate 14: Tension Lines 282

    Plate 15: Effects of Skin Tension on Wound Closure 284

    Plate 16: Patient Positioning Techniques 286

    Plate 17: Undermining Skin 288

    Plate 18: Geometric Patterns to Facilitate Wound Closure 290

    Plate 19: V‐Y Plasty 292

    Plate 20: Z‐Plasty (Option I) 294

    Plate 21: Z‐Plasty (Option II) 296

    Plate 22: Multiple Z‐Plasties 298

    Plate 23: Relaxing/Release Incisions 300

    Plate 24: The “Hidden” Intradermal Release/ Relaxing Incision 302

    Plate 25: Multiple Release Incisions for Extremity Wounds 304

    Plate 26: Suture Options to Alter Skin Traction and Retraction 306

    Plate 27: Walking Suture Technique 308

    Plate 28: Skin Stretchers to Offset Incisional Tension 310

    Plate 29: “Tension” Suture Patterns 312

    Plate 30: Retention Sutures 314

    Plate 31: Stent 316

    Plate 32: Skin “Directing” for Maximum Coverage 318

    Plate 33: Relaxing Incision to Reduce Flap Tension 320

    10. Skin‐Stretching Techniques 323

    Physiology of Skin Stretching 324

    Presuturing 324

    Load Cycling 324

    Skin Stretchers 326

    Skin Expanders 335

    Plate 34: Presuturing Technique 338

    Plate 35: Application of Skin Stretchers 340

    Plate 36: Skin Stretchers to Enhance Length of Axial Pattern Flaps 342

    Plate 37: Skin Stretcher Substitution for Presuturing 344

    Plate 38: Skin Expanders 346

    11. Local Flaps 351

    Introduction 352

    Advancement Flaps 353

    Rotating (Pivoting) Flaps 356

    Plate 39: Single Pedicle Advancement Flap 370

    Plate 40: Bipedicle Advancement Flap 372

    Plate 41: Transposition Flap (90 degrees) 374

    Plate 42: Transposition Flap (45 degrees) 378

    Plate 43: Transposition Flap (Oblique Angle) 380

    Plate 44: Local Facial Flap Options vs. Auricular Axial Pattern Flap 382

    Plate 45: Transposition Flaps in Partial Wound Closure 384

    Plate 46: Interpolation Flap 386

    Plate 47: Rotation Flap 390

    Plate 48: Forelimb Fold Flap 392

    12. Distant Flap Techniques 395

    Distant Flaps 396

    Direct Flaps 396

    Indirect Flaps 396

    The Delay Phenomenon 400

    Plate 49: Direct Flap: Single Pedicle (Hinge) Flap 402

    Plate 50: Direct Flap Closure of Knee Defect 406

    Plate 51: Direct Flap: Bipedicle (Pouch) Flap 408

    Plate 52: Indirect Flap: Delayed Tube Flap 414

    13. Axial Pattern Skin Flaps 417

    Introduction: Axial Pattern Flaps 418

    Island Arterial Flaps 418

    Reverse Saphenous Conduit Flaps 421

    Secondary Axial Pattern Flaps 421

    Options to Extend the Length of Axial Pattern Flaps 427

    Plate 53: Four Major Axial Pattern Flaps of the Canine Trunk 430

    Plate 54: Skin Position and Axial Pattern Flap Development 432

    Plate 55: Omocervical Axial Pattern Flap 434

    Plate 56: Thoracodorsal Axial Pattern Flap 436

    Plate 57: Lateral Thoracic Axial Pattern Flap 438

    Plate 58: Superficial Brachial Axial Pattern Flap 440

    Plate 59: Caudal Superficial Epigastric Axial Pattern Flap 442

    Plate 60: Cranial Superficial Epigastric Axial Pattern Flap 444

    Plate 61: Deep Circumflex Iliac Axial Pattern Flap: Dorsal Branch 446

    Plate 62: Deep Circumflex Iliac Axial Pattern Flap: Ventral Branch 448

    Plate 63: Flank Fold Flap: Hind Limb 450

    Plate 64: Genicular Axial Pattern Flap 452

    Plate 65: Reverse Saphenous Conduit Flap 454

    Plate 66: Caudal Auricular Axial Pattern Flap 456

    Plate 67: Superficial Temporal Axial Pattern Flap 458

    Plate 68: Lateral Caudal (Tail) Axial Pattern Flap 460

    14. Free Grafts 463

    Free Skin Grafts 464

    Classification of Free Grafts 465

    Graft Thickness 465

    Partial‐Coverage Grafts 466

    Dermatomes 467

    Preservation by Refrigeration 467

    Intraoperative Considerations 472

    Bandaging Technique for Skin Grafts 472

    Use of Plates 473

    Plate 69: Punch Grafts 476

    Plate 70: Pinch Grafts 478

    Plate 71: Strip Grafts 480

    Plate 72: Stamp Grafts 482

    Plate 73: Sheet Grafts 484

    Plate 74: Dermatome: Split‐Thickness Skin Graft Harvesting 486

    Plate 75: Mesh Grafts (With Expansion Units) 488

    Plate 76: Mesh Grafts (With Scalpel Blades) 490

    15. Facial Reconstruction 493

    Introduction: Facial Reconstructive Surgery 494

    Plate 77: Repair of Upper Lip Avulsion 515

    Plate 78: Repair of Lower Labial Avulsion 516

    Plate 79: Wedge Resection Technique 518

    Plate 80: Rectangular Resection Technique 520

    Plate 81: Full‐Thickness Labial Advancement Technique (Upper Lip) 522

    Plate 82: Full‐Thickness Labial Advancement Technique (Lower Lip) 524

    Plate 83: Buccal Rotation Technique 526

    Plate 84: Lower Labial Lift‐Up Technique 528

    Plate 85: Upper Labial Pull‐Down Technique 530

    Plate 86: Labial/Buccal Reconstruction with Inverse Tubed Skin Flap 532

    Plate 87: Skin Flap for Upper Labial and Buccal Replacement (Facial [Angularis Oris] Axial Pattern Flap) 536

    Plate 88: Feline Facial Axial Pattern Flap 538

    Plate 89: Cleft Lip Repair (Primary Cleft, Cheiloschisis, Harelip) 540

    Plate 90: Unilateral Rostral Labial Pivot Flaps 542

    Plate 91: Bilateral Rostral Labial Pivot Flaps 544

    Plate 92: Oral Commissure Advancement Technique 546

    Plate 93: Brachycephalic Facial Fold Correction 548

    Plate 94: Cheilopexy Technique for Drooling 550

    16. Myocutaneous Flaps and Muscle Flaps 553

    Introduction 554

    Myocutaneous Flaps 554

    Muscle Flaps 554

    Plate 95: Latissimus Dorsi Myocutaneous Flap 568

    Plate 96: Cutaneous Trunci Myocutaneous Flap 570

    Plate 97: Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Flap 572

    Plate 98: Latissimus Dorsi Bipedicle Muscle Flap 574

    Plate 99: Triceps Replacement with Latissimus Dorsi Muscle 576

    Plate 100: External Abdominal Oblique Muscle Flap 578

    Plate 101: Caudal Sartorius Muscle Flap 580

    Plate 102: Cranial Sartorius Muscle Flap 582

    Plate 103: Temporalis Muscle Flap 584

    Plate 104: Transversus Abdominis Muscle Flap 586

    Plate 105: Semitendinosus Muscle and Myocutaneous Flaps 588

    Plate 106: Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Muscle Flap 590

    Plate 107: Cranial Tibial Muscle Flap 592

    Plate 108: Internal Obturator Muscle Flap 594

    Plate 109: Superficial Gluteal Flap for Perineal Hernia Closure 596

    17. Oral Reconstructive Surgical Techniques 599

    Introduction 600

    Cleft Palate 601

    Palatal Defects/Oronasal Fistulas 602

    Plate 110: Mucosal Flaps 606

    Plate 111: Palatoplasty: Bipedicle Advancement Technique 608

    Plate 112: Cleft Palate Repair: Mucoperiosteal Flap Technique 612

    Plate 113: Palatine Mucosal Flap 614

    Plate 114: Soft Palate/Pharyngeal Mucosal Flaps 616

    Plate 115: Full‐Thickness Labial Flap Closure of Oronasal Fistulas 618

    Plate 116: Cartilage Grafts for Palatal Fistulas 620

    Plate 117: Angularis Oris Mucosal Flap 622

    18. Foot Pad Reconstruction 625

    Introduction 626

    Pad Laceration and Lesion Excision 626

    Digital Pad Transfer 631

    Metacarpal/Metatarsal Pad Transfer 632

    Accessory Carpal Pad 632

    Pad Grafting 634

    Digital Flaps for Wound Closure 634

    Fusion Podoplasty 634

    Plate 118: Digital Flap Technique: Major Digital/ Interdigital Defects 642

    Plate 119: Digital Flap Technique: Major Defects of Digits Two or Five 644

    Plate 120: Digital Pad Transfer 646

    Plate 121: Metatarsal/Metacarpal Pad Transfer 648

    Plate 122: Pad Grafting 650

    Plate 123: Segmental Pad Grafting Technique 652

    Plate 124: Fusion Podoplasty 654

    19. Major Eyelid Reconstruction 657

    Introduction 658

    The Eyelids 658

    Plate 125: Skin Flap Options for Cutaneous Defects of the Eyelid Regions 660

    Plate 126: Lip‐to‐Lid Procedure 662

    Plate 127: Oral Mucosal Graft onto Skin Flap 666

    Plate 128: Third Eyelid–Skin Flap Reconstruction of the Lower Eyelid 668

    20. Nasal Reconstruction Techniques 671

    Introduction: Nasal Anatomy 672

    Traumatic Wound Management 672

    Neoplasia 673

    Neoplasms and Surgical Margins 673

    Nasal Reconstruction Options 673

    Options for Managing Nasal Stenosis 682

    Plate 129: Septal Coverage Using Cutaneous Advancement Flaps 692

    Plate 130: Bilateral Sulcus Flap Technique 694

    Plate 131: Septal Resection Technique 696

    Plate 132: Dorsal Nasal Splitting Technique to Enhance Exposure of Septum 698

    Plate 133: Alar Fold Flaps 700

    Plate 134: Musculofascial Island Labial Flap 702

    Plate 135: Labial Mucosal Inversion Technique 706

    Plate 136: Nasal Reconstruction with the “Lip‐to‐ Lid Technique” Variation 708

    Plate 137: Oral Mucosal Graft with Nasal Stenting 710

    Plate 138: Intranasal Septal Window Technique 712

    Plate 139: Cantilever Suture Technique 714

    21. Cosmetic Closure Techniques 719

    Cosmetic Considerations 720

    Causes of Scars 720

    Minimization of Scarring 720

    Dog Ears 722

    Plate 140: Scar Concealment 724

    Plate 141: W‐Plasty 726

    Plate 142: Dog Ear: Surgical Correction 728

    22. Preputial Reconstructive Surgery 731

    Introduction 732

    Surgical Conditions 732

    Surgical Techniques 742

    Plate 143: Preputial Ostium Enlargement 756

    Plate 144: Preputial Ostium Reduction 758

    Plate 145: Preputial Advancement Technique 760

    Plate 146: Phallopexy 764

    Plate 147: Urethral Reconstruction for Subanal Hypospadias 766

    Plate 148: Preputial Urethrostomy Technique 768

    Plate 149: Urine Diversion Technique 770

    23. Pinnal Reconstructive Surgery 773

    Introduction 774

    Anatomy of the Pinna 774

    Surgical Conditions 779

    Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgical Techniques 780

    Aural Hematoma Management Options 786

    Plate 150: Skin Advancement Closure: Rostral Pinnal Base 796

    Plate 151: Skin Advancement Closure: Caudal Pinnal Base 798

    Plate 152: Transposition Flap Technique for Smaller Medial Pinnal Defects 800

    Plate 153: Transposition Flap Technique for Minor Lateral Pinnal Defects 802

    Plate 154: Large Transposition Flap Closure After Major Medial Pinnal Resection 804

    Plate 155: Transposition Flap for Major Lateral Pinnal Defects 806

    Plate 156: Direct Flap Reconstruction of the Pinna 808

    Plate 157: Resection of the Terminal Third of the Pinna 810

    Plate 158: Inverted “Triangle” Resection of the Central Third of the Pinna 812

    Plate 159: Incisional Drainage of Aural Hematomas 814

    Plate 160: Bandaging the Pinna 816

    Plate 161: Vacuum Drain Management of Aural Hematomas 818

    24. Miscellaneous Reconstructive Surgical Techniques 821

    Omentum 822

    Scrotum 822

    Tail Fold Intertrigo (Screw Tail) 823

    Disorders of the Vulva 827

    Managing Skin Fold Inversion of Urethrostomies 835

    Fecal Incontinence: Treatment Options 835

    Plate 162: Omental Flap Options 838

    Plate 163: Scrotal Flap Technique 840

    Plate 164: Caudectomy for Tail Fold Intertrigo 842

    Plate 165: Episioplasty 844

    Plate 166: Fascia Lata Sling and Silicone Banding for Managing Fecal Incontinence 846

    Plate 167: Spiral Rectal Diaphragm Technique (Rectal Rifling) 848

    Index 851

     

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    With hundreds of images, step-by-step procedures, and a practical clinical emphasis,?Small Animal Internal Medicine, 6th Edition?offers the foundation and tools you need to properly recognize, diagnose, and treat small animals with common internal conditions. Each section of the text takes a problem-oriented approach that begins with a discussion of clinical signs, diagnostic recommendations, and techniques; and then moves to therapeutic considerations and management. This edition also includes two all-new chapters (neonatology and the effects of specific heart diseases respectively) as well as extensive updates throughout covering new advancements, techniques, and evolving best practices in the field of small animal internal medicine. And with access to the new online Expert Consult, you will have the 360-degree support you need to solve virtually any internal medical challenge.

    ·         Problem-oriented approach utilized in each section begins with a discussion of clinical signs, diagnostic recommendations, and techniques; and then moves to therapeutic considerations and management.

    ·         Step-by-step procedures provide an easy-to-follow description of proper technique.

    ·         Current drug and treatment tables ensure you are referencing the most up-to-date recommended dosages and indications.

    ·         More than 900 full-color photographs and illustrations provide vivid depictions of specific disorders, diseases, and procedures.

    ·         Color-coded summary tables and boxes make it quick and easy to look up clinical signs, etiology, differential diagnoses, treatment, and recommended drug dosages and indications.

    ·         Expert authors and contributors are well-known for their clinical, academic, and research expertise.

    ·         Practical algorithms promote decision-making skills based on clinical findings.

    ·         Extensive cross-referencing makes it easy to locate related information.

    ·         Suggested readings at the end of each chapter direct you on where to go for the latest research findings.

    ·         NEW! Expert Consult site includes over 30 video clips covering physical examinations as well as diagnostic and therapeutic techniques like the neurologic exam.

    ·         NEW! Two new chapters detail two key emerging areas within small animal medicine: neonatology and the effects of specific heart diseases.

    ·         NEW! Extensive updates throughout the text keep you informed of changes and evolutions in the field, specifically in the areas of: ultrasound; probiotics; obesity; feline radiation therapy; feline diabetes; feline hyperthyroidism; canine influenza; canine Cushing's disease; orphan puppy and kitten considerations; seizure treatments; spinal cord disorders; hematology and oncology; plus new diseases, diagnostics, and therapeutics that affect small animal medicine overall.

     

  • Laser Surgery in Veterinary Medicine
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    93800lei 860.00 lei

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    This book is a state-of-the-art reference to using surgical lasers to treat animal patients. Encompassing theory and practice, it emphasizes procedures, techniques, and equipment, with specific recommendations for laser settings.   While most of the procedures emphasize surgeries on dogs and cats, this practical guide also dedicates chapters to equine, small mammal, avian, aquatic animal, and reptile surgeries, making it an excellent clinical reference for any busy veterinarian. 

    The book begins with background information on the theory and science of laser surgery, then details specific surgical procedures with step-by-step instructions and accompanying photographs. The next section provides practical guidance for incorporating lasers into the veterinary practice, and the final section offers a look at the future of lasers in veterinary medicine and surgery. A companion website features video clips of surgery procedures. 

    ·         Presents a state-of-the-art guide to using laser surgery in veterinary practice, from theory and procedures to techniques and equipment

    ·         Focuses on dogs and cats, including specialties such as ophthalmic laser surgery, laser neurosurgery, and photodynamic therapy, with chapters on equine, small mammal, avian, aquatic animal, and reptile surgeries

    ·         Draws on the experience of more than 20 experts in various areas

    ·         Provides practical advice for incorporating laser surgery into the veterinary practice, with the heart of the book devoted to specific surgical procedures

    ·         Includes specific recommendations for laser settings and techniques for the procedures discussed

    ·         Offers video clips demonstrating surgical techniques on a companion website 

    Laser Surgery in Veterinary Medicine is an essential resource for anyone using surgical lasers in veterinary medicine, including veterinary students, practitioners, and specialists.

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    Dedication and Acknowledgments viii

    About the Editor ix

    Foreword x

    Preface xii

    List of Contributors xv

    Disclaimer xvii

    About the Companion Website xviii

    Part I The Science of Laser Surgery 1

    1 Laser Physics and Equipment 3
    Peter Vitruk

    2 Understanding and Utilizing Power Density 14
    Noel Berger

    3 Laser–Tissue Interaction: Selecting a Laser for Surgery 22
    Christopher J. Winkler

    4 The Ideal Laser Scalpel 32
    Peter Vitruk

    5 Combining Laser Surgery with Laser Therapy (Photobiomodulation) 42
    David S. Bradley

    6 Laser Safety in the Operating Theater 52
    Christopher J. Winkler

    Part II Laser Surgery in Canines and Felines 61

    7 Elective Laser Surgery Procedures 63
    Paul Sessa and Andrew Brockfield

    8 Oral Laser Surgery Procedures 84
    Jan Bellows

    9 Laser Surgery Procedures of the Nose and Throat 99
    Ray A. Arza

    10 Laser Surgery Procedures of the Ear 106
    Louis N. Gotthelf

    11 Periorbital and Eyelid Laser Surgery Procedures 116
    Daniel M. Core

    12 Ophthalmic Lasers for the Treatment of Glaucoma 129
    Noelle La Croix and Jay Wayne

    13 Dermatologic Laser Surgery Procedures 141
    David Duclos

    14 Urogenital and Perianal Laser Surgery Procedures 164
    William E. Schultz

    15 Oncological Laser Surgery Procedures 198
    Devin Cunningham and F. A. (Tony) Mann

    16 Laser Photodynamic Therapy Procedures 206
    Katalin Kovács

    17 Surgical Lasers in Minimally Invasive and Endoscopic Small Animal Procedures 217
    David S. Sobel

    18 Laser Neurosurgical Procedures 239
    Gaemia Tracy

    Part III Laser Surgery in Equines 245

    19 Equine Laser Surgery Procedures 247
    Lloyd P. Tate and Kathryn B. Tate

    Part IV Laser Surgery in Exotics Species 265

    20 Laser Surgery Procedures in Small Exotic Animals (Small Mammals, Reptiles, and Avians) 267
    Eva Hadzima, Maros Pazej, and Katherine Weston

    21 Laser Surgery in Aquatic Animals (Sea Turtles) 292
    Brooke M. Burkhalter and Terry M. Norton

    Part V Integrating Surgical Lasers in Your Veterinary Practice 313

    22 Tips and Tricks for Veterinary Laser Surgeons 315
    Les “Laser Les” Lattin

    23 Pain Management in Laser Surgery Procedures 320
    Noel Berger

    24 Laser Surgery in the Mobile Practice 324
    Janine S. Dismukes

    25 Economic Considerations for Laser Surgery 327
    John C. Godbold, Jr

    Part VI The Future of Lasers in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery 335

    26 The Future of Lasers in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery 337
    Christopher J. Winkler

    Appendix A: Glossary 341

    Appendix B: Certifying and Academic Laser Organizations 346

    Appendix C: Tables of Laser Settings 347

    Index 359

     

  • 1,15800lei 980.00 lei

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine offers an in-depth understanding of emergency disease processes and the underlying rationale for the diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and prognosis for these conditions in small animals.

    ·         A comprehensive reference on a major topic in veterinary medicine

    ·         The only book in this discipline to cover the pathophysiology of disease in depth

    ·         Edited by four respected experts in veterinary emergency medicine

    ·         A core text for those studying for specialty examinations

    ·         Includes access to a website with video clips, additional figures, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    Contributors xiii

    Preface xxix

    About the Companion Website xxx

    VOLUME 1

    Section 1 Emergency Medicine Overview 1

    1 Goals in Veterinary Emergency Medicine 3
    Dustin Schmid and Bob Murtaugh

    2 Triage 6
    Nadja Sigrist

    Section 2 Common Conditions in Emergency Medicine 11

    3 Neurological Disorders 13
    Daniel J. Fletcher

    4 Respiratory Distress 18
    Elizabeth Rozanski

    5 Ventricular Ectopy 22
    Lisa A. Murphy and Reid K. Nakamura

    6 Acute Abdomen 26
    Amy Koenigshof

    7 The Collapsed Patient 31
    Anna R. Gelzer and Marc S. Kraus

    8 Global Approach to the Trauma Patient 39
    Katie D. Mauro and Kenneth J. Drobatz

    9 Reproductive Emergencies 44
    Maureen McMichael

    10 Anemia 48
    Jillian DiFazio and Susan G. Hackner

    11 Jaundice 55
    Leo Londoño and Michael Schaer

    12 Ophthalmic Emergencies 60
    Steven R. Hollingsworth

    13 Vomiting, Regurgitation, and Diarrhea 66
    Rebecca Flores and Deborah C. Mandell

    14 Dysuria 72
    Joseph Bartges

    15 Dermatological and Ear Disease 76
    Brian K. Roberts

    16 Toxin Exposure 92
    Tina A. Wismer

    17 Epistaxis 97
    Meghan E. Vaught and Elizabeth Rozanski

    18 Fever 101
    Melissa A. Claus

    Section 3 Emergency Conditions by System 107

    A. Neurological Disorders 109

    19 Traumatic Brain Injury 111
    Jillian DiFazio and Daniel J. Fletcher

    20 Altered Mentation 118
    Cassie Ostroski and Kenneth J. Drobatz

    21 Seizures 124
    Leontine Benedicenti and Evelyn M. Galban

    22 Intracranial Disease 131
    Kendra Mikoloski

    23 Vestibular Disease 137
    Laura Harvey

    24 Spinal Trauma 146
    Patrick J. Kenny

    25 Intervertebral Disk Disease 154
    Evelyn M. Galban and Jonathan H. Wood

    26 Diskospondylitis 161
    Sheila Carrera-Justiz

    27 Lower Motor Neuron Disease 166
    Patrick J. Kenny, Dominic Barfield, and Richard Malik

    B. Respiratory Disease 177

    28 Brachycephalic Syndrome 179
    Guillaume L. Hoareau

    29 Feline Upper Respiratory Complex 186
    Alexandra Pfaff

    30 Laryngeal Paralysis 193
    Margo Mehl

    31 Tracheobronchial Injury and Collapse 196
    Dana L. Clarke

    32 Acute Airway Obstruction 206
    Dana L. Clarke

    33 Exacerbations of Chronic Bronchitis 215
    Lynelle R. Johnson

    34 Feline Lower Airway Disease 220
    Tekla Lee-Fowler

    35 Puppy Pneumonia 225
    Elizabeth Rozanski and Alex Lynch

    36 Coughing and Hemoptysis 229
    Geoff Heffner

    37 Bronchopneumonia 234
    Anthony L. Gonzalez and Lesley G. King

    38 Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema 242
    Mark A. Oyama

    39 Neurogenic Pulmonary Edema 247
    Kenneth J. Drobatz

    40 Submersion Injury 253
    Nuno Félix and Isabelle Goy-Thollot

    41 Pulmonary Hemorrhage 260
    Søren Boysen

    42 Pulmonary Thromboembolism 266
    Ronald Li and Joshua A. Stern

    43 Primary and Metastatic Pulmonary Neoplasia 273
    Erika L. Krick

    44 Pneumothorax 278
    Erin Mooney

    45 Pleural Effusion 285
    Lori Waddell

    46 Pyothorax 291
    Kate Farrell and Steven Epstein

    47 Diaphragmatic Hernia 298
    Cara A. Blake

    48 Penetrating Thoracic Trauma 304
    Ingrid M. Balsa, Guillaume L. Hoareau, and William T.N. Culp

    49 Blunt Thoracic Trauma 309
    Guillaume L. Hoareau, Ingrid M. Balsa, and William T. N. Culp

    50 Look-Alike Causes of Respiratory Distress 316
    Angela Borchers and Laura Cagle

    C. Cardiovascular Disease 319

    51 Mechanisms of Heart Failure 321
    Mark A. Oyama

    52 Congenital Cardiovascular Disease 325
    Joshua A. Stern

    53 Arrhythmias 329
    Meg M. Sleeper

    54 Pericardial Effusion 336
    Sean B. Majoy

    55 Dilated Cardiomyopathy 341
    Suzanne M. Cunningham and Kursten V. Pierce

    56 Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy 349
    Lance C. Visser

    57 Valvular Heart Disease 355
    John MacGregor

    58 Heartworm Disease 362
    Marisa K. Ames

    59 Pulmonary Hypertension 372
    Rebecca Quinn

    60 Bradyarrhythmias and Pacemakers 380
    Lance C. Visser

    61 Myocarditis 385
    Lisa A. Murphy and Reid K. Nakamura

    62 Thromboembolic Disease 388
    Julien Guillaumin

    63 Systemic Arterial Hypertension 397
    Amanda E. Coleman

    D. Hematological and Oncological Disorders 405

    64 Leukocytosis and Leukopenia 407
    Andrew G. Burton and Karl E. Jandrey

    65 Non-Regenerative Anemia 413
    Alex Lynch

    66 Hemolytic Anemia 419
    Megan Morgan and Susan G. Hackner

    67 Thrombocytopenia 427
    Maureen McMichael

    68 Fibrinolysis and Antifibrinolytics 430
    Jo-Annie Letendre and Robert Goggs

    69 Congenital Coagulopathy 440
    Elizabeth Rozanski and Armelle de Laforcade

    70 Acquired Coagulopathy 444
    Ronald Li

    71 Antithrombotics in the Emergency Room 455
    Armelle de Laforcade

    72 Sick Oncology Patients in the Emergency Room 459
    Kim Slensky and Craig A. Clifford

    73 Paraneoplastic Syndromes 467
    Alycen P. Lundberg and Laura D. Garrett

    E. Esophageal and Abdominal Disease 473

    74 Vomiting and Regurgitation 475
    Jayme E. Hoffberg

    75 Esophageal Foreign Bodies 481
    Mark P. Rondeau

    76 Diarrhea 485
    Marko Pipan

    77 Hematemesis and Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage 490
    Kayla Hanson and Elke Rudloff

    78 Parvovirus Enteritis 496
    Raegan J. Wells and Lauren A. Sullivan

    79 Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis 501
    Erica L. Reineke

    80 Protein-Losing Enteropathy 506
    Rachel E. Smith and Robert J. Washabau

    81 Gastrointestinal Obstruction 511
    Chap Pratt

    82 Gastric Dilation-Volvulus 520
    Elke Rudloff

    83 Mesenteric Torsion 524
    Fabio Vigano’

    84 Hemoperitoneum 528
    S. Anna Pesillo-Crosby

    85 Splenic Disease 535
    Alex Lynch and Therese E. O’Toole

    86 Pancreatitis 541
    Erica Tinson and Elise Boller

    87 Peritonitis 550
    Medora Pashmakova and James Barr

    88 Postoperative Complications Presenting to the Emergency Service 556
    Therese E. O’Toole

    89 Biliary Disease 561
    Amanda K. Boag and Steve J. Mehler

    90 Acute Liver Failure 566
    Deborah C. Mandell

    91 Feeding Tube Complications 578
    Daniel L. Chan

    92 Anorectal Disease 582
    David E. Holt

    93 Constipation 587
    Mark P. Rondeau

    Index i1

    VOLUME 2

    F. Urogenital Disorders 593

    94 Acute Azotemia 595
    Carrie Palm

    95 Oliguria 601
    J.D. Foster

    96 Urinary Tract Infections 606
    Reid Groman

    97 Urolithiasis 620
    Joseph Bartges

    98 Feline Ureteral Obstruction: Diagnosis and Management 627
    Allyson Berent

    99 Feline Lower Urinary Tract Obstruction 634
    Edward Cooper

    100 Urethral Trauma 641
    Elena S. Addison and Donald A. Yool

    101 Lyme Nephritis 646
    Meryl P. Littman

    102 Chronic Kidney Disease 653
    Melisa G. Rosenthal and Mary A. Labato

    103 Uroabdomen 659
    Saya Press and Anusha Balakrishnan

    104 Urethral Prolapse 665
    Jennifer Carr

    105 Discolored Urine 667
    Julie M. Walker

    106 Urinary Diversion in the Emergency Room 673
    Cassie Ostroski and Dana L. Clarke

    G. Acid-base, Electrolyte and Endocrine Disorders 681

    107 Acid–Base Disorders 683
    Kate Hopper

    108 Sodium and Water Balance 690
    Yu Ueda and Kate Hopper

    109 Potassium Disorders 700
    Sabrina N. Hoehne and Matthew Mellema

    110 Calcium, Magnesium, and Phosphorus Disorders 709
    Matthew Mellema

    111 Hypoglycemia 719
    Anthony L. Gonzalez and Deborah C. Silverstein

    112 Hyperglycemia 726
    Gideon Daniel and Alex Lynch

    113 Complicated Diabetes Mellitus 729
    Amie Koenig

    114 Adrenal Gland Disorders 736
    Jonathan D. Dear and Guillaume L. Hoareau

    115 Hypoadrenocorticism 742
    Søren Boysen

    116 Thyroid Disorders 752
    Jonathan D. Dear

    117 Diabetes Insipidus 757
    Jamie M. Burkitt Creedon

    H. Reproductive Disorders 763

    118 Dystocia 765
    Liam Donaldson and Philip Thomas

    119 Eclampsia 771
    Michelle A. Kutzler

    120 Neonatal Resuscitation 775
    Carol A. Margolis and Margret L. Casal

    121 Diseases of the Neonate 779
    Andrea Hesser and Autumn P. Davidson

    122 Metritis and Mastitis 791
    Sophie A. Grundy

    123 Pyometra 795
    Grayson B. Wallace and Margret L. Casal

    124 Prostatic Disease 802
    Autumn P. Davidson

    125 Uterine and Vaginal Prolapse 807
    Michelle A. Kutzler

    126 Penile, Preputial, and Testicular Disease 812
    James Lavely and Autumn P. Davidson

    I. Common Toxins 819

    127 Decontamination and Toxicological Analyses of the Poisoned Patient 821
    Justine A. Lee

    128 Lipid “Rescue” Therapy 831
    Kathryn Benavides and Jonathan Babyak

    129 Blood Purification Techniques for Intoxications 835
    Carrie Palm

    130 Rodenticide Toxicity 841
    Jesse Bullock and Alex Lynch

    131 Ethylene Glycol Intoxication 846
    Rachel B. Davy-Moyle and Leo Londoño

    132 Acetaminophen Intoxication 851
    Amanda Thomer and Lesley G. King

    133 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Intoxications 856
    Angela Borchers

    134 Grape, Raisin, and Lily Ingestion 862
    J.D. Foster

    135 Recreational Drug Intoxications 866
    Melissa Bucknoff

    136 Household Toxins 871
    Lindsey Nielsen

    J. Skin and Soft Tissue Disease 875

    137 Life-Threatening Dermatological Emergencies 877
    Brian K. Roberts

    138 Severe Soft Tissue Infections 892
    Melissa Clark and Yekaterina Buriko

    K. Environmental Emergencies 897

    139 Smoke Inhalation Toxicity 899
    Erin McGowan and Kenneth J. Drobatz

    140 Porcupine Quilling 905
    Elizabeth Rozanski

    141 Crotalinae Snake Envenomation 909
    Raegan J. Wells

    142 Elapid Snake Envenomation: North American Coral Snakes and Australian Elapids (Tiger Snakes, Brown Snakes, Taipans, Death Adders, and Black Snakes) 914
    Katrin Swindells and Michael Schaer

    143 Spider and Scorpion Envenomation 921
    Kate Hopper

    144 Bufo Toad Toxicosis 926
    Leo Londoño and Gareth Buckley

    145 Hymenoptera Envenomation 930
    Rebecca Flores and Vincent Thawley

    146 Hypersensitivity and Anaphylaxis 936
    Sabrina N. Hoehne and Kate Hopper

    147 Canine Heat Stroke 942
    Yaron Bruchim and Efrat Kelmer

    148 Cold Exposure 950
    Karol A. Mathews

    149 Electrical and Lightning Injuries 956
    F.A. (Tony) Mann

    Section 4 Trauma and Resuscitation 963

    A. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 965

    150 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Emergency Room 967
    Daniel J. Fletcher and Manuel Boller

    151 Small Animal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Initiatives 974
    Manuel Boller and Daniel J. Fletcher

    B. Circulatory Shock 979

    152 Pathophysiology of Shock 981
    Edward Cooper

    153 Hypovolemic Shock 986
    Corrin Boyd and Lisa Smart

    154 Cardiogenic Shock 993
    Luiz Bolfer and Meg M. Sleeper

    155 Additional Mechanisms of Shock 1000
    Sean Smarick and Iain Keir

    156 Lactate Monitoring 1005
    Casey Kohen and Kate Hopper

    157 Emerging Monitoring Techniques 1011
    Rodrigo C. Rabelo

    158 Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury 1019
    Josh Smith and Robert Goggs

    159 Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, Sepsis, and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome 1030
    Claire R. Sharp

    C. Trauma 1039

    160 Trauma Overview 1041
    Erica L. Reineke

    161 Trauma Center Registry 1052
    Kelly Hall

    162 High-Rise Syndrome 1056
    Yekaterina Buriko

    163 Trauma-Associated Coagulopathy 1060
    Alex Lynch and Robert Goggs

    164 Metabolic Consequences of Trauma 1068
    Leo Roa and Elizabeth M. Streeter

    165 Traumatic Orthopedic Emergencies 1072
    Marian E. Benitez and Spencer A. Johnston

    166 Wound Management Principles 1079
    F.A. (Tony) Mann

    Section 5 Fluid and Blood Product Therapy 1089

    167 Crystalloid Fluid Therapy 1091
    Deborah C. Silverstein and Samantha Hart

    168 Colloid Fluid Therapy 1097
    Marie K. Holowaychuk

    169 Crystalloids Versus Colloids 1103
    Jennifer Prittie and Dava Cazzolli

    170 Management of Hemorrhagic Shock 1115
    Andrew Linklater

    171 Management of Dehydration 1126
    Ashley E. Allen-Durrance and Samantha Campos

    172 Maintenance Fluid Therapy 1132
    Travis Lanaux

    173 Potassium Supplementation 1136
    Jillian DiFazio

    174 Administration of Sodium Bicarbonate 1140
    Jennifer E. Waldrop

    175 Continuous-Rate Infusion 1147
    Andrea M. Steele

    176 Transfusion of Red Blood Cells and Plasma 1151
    Raegan J. Wells and Brandi L. Mattison

    177 Massive Transfusion 1156
    Kari Santoro Beer and Amanda Thomer

    Section 6 Emergency Room Procedures 1161

    178 Vascular Access 1163
    Matthew W. Beal

    179 Intraosseous Catheters 1169
    Alison Allukian and Amanda Abelson

    180 Airway Management 1173
    Elizabeth Rozanski

    181 Oxygen Therapy 1177
    Christine L. Guenther

    182 Sonography in the Emergency Room 1183
    Gregory R. Lisciandro

    183 Thoracocentesis 1195
    Melissa Bucknoff and Meghan Respess

    184 Thoracostomy Tube Placement 1199
    Alex Lynch and Samantha Campos

    185 Pericardiocentesis 1202
    Kursten V. Pierce and John E. Rush

    186 Abdominocentesis 1206
    Karl E. Jandrey

    187 Urethral Catheterization (Including Urohydropulsion) 1210
    Sean Smarick

    188 Mechanical Ventilation in the Emergency Room 1216
    Lisa L. Powell

    189 Damage Control Surgery 1219
    Steve J. Mehler

    Section 7 Anesthesia and Analgesia for the Emergency Room Patient 1223

    190 Anesthesia and Analgesia in the Emergency Room: An Overview 1225
    Lisa J. Bazzle and Benjamin M. Brainard

    191 Anesthetic Concerns and Protocols for Common Conditions 1231
    Becca Reader and Amanda Abelson

    192 Sedation for the Emergency Room Patient 1239
    Stephanie R. Krein

    193 Pain Management in Critical Patients 1245
    Alicia Z. Karas

    194 Opioids 1250
    Lois A. Wetmore

    195 Alpha-2 Adrenergic Agonists 1255
    Katherine A. Cummings

    196 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs 1259
    Christopher L. Norkus

    197 Regional Anesthesia Techniques 1263
    Marlis L. de Rezende

    198 Go Home Analgesics 1269
    Ashley Wiese

    199 Approach to the Aggressive or Fearful Emergency Room Patient 1276
    Selena L. Lane and Benjamin M. Brainard

    Section 8 Unique Emergency Medicine Topics 1283

    200 Antimicrobial Therapy in the Emergency Patient 1285
    Steven Epstein

    201 Disaster Medicine 1292
    Lee Palmer

    202 Working Dogs in the Emergency Room 1298
    Cynthia M. Otto

    203 Approach to Unowned and Shelter/Rescue Animals in the Emergency Room 1303
    April Paul

    204 Euthanasia Considerations 1306
    Katherine J. Goldberg

    205 Emergency Room Design and Staffing Models 1313
    Jan P. Kovacic

    206 Conflict in the Emergency Room 1322
    Jim Wohl

    207 Maximizing Communication 1327
    Laura D. Garrett

    208 Basics of Clinical Study Design 1331
    Kenneth J. Drobatz

    209 Designing and Participating in Clinical Trials 1335
    Dorothy Cimino Brown

     

  • Small Animal Surgery, 5th Edition
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    1,04500lei 980.00 lei

    Description:

    From basic procedures like spays, castrations, and declaws to advanced surgeries like craniotomy, vertal slots, and lung lobectomy, Fossum’s Small Animal Surgery, 5th Edition is the go-to, full-color guide for everything that general veterinarians and vet students need to know about both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Five editors bring their expert perspective as they discuss the latest advances in key areas such as imaging modalities, regenerative medicine, minimally invasive surgery, and neurology. With each book adoption, you’ll also have access to the Expert Consult website, which includes a fully searchable version of the book plus step-by-step video clips and animations of surgical procedures, aftercare instruction handouts, case presentations, references linked to full text articles on PubMed, and an extensive image collection. There is no better resource to keep you up to date on the latest advances and techniques in small animal surgery!

    Features:

    Well illustrated, step-by-step instructions for surgical techniques provide quick reference to practical how-to information in emergency and clinical situations.

    Anesthesia Protocols offer easy access to recommendations for anesthetizing animals with particular diseases or disorders.

    Coverage of cutting-edge imaging techniques, including radiographs, CT, MRI, and digital imaging, explores the most useful imaging modalities for demonstrating areas of surgical concern.

    Clinical tips boxes provide at-a-glance surgical and practice tips.

    Postsurgical care instructions provide customizable client aftercare handouts for many of the procedures in the book.

    Reference links to PubMed grant access to full-text articles.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Expanded sections on thoracoscopy, arthroscopy, and laparoscopy reflect the significant growth in minimally invasive procedures in vet medicine.

    NEW! Significantly revised section on joint disease includes additional techniques and procedures.

    NEW! Revised chapter on regenerative medicine emphasizes application of stem cell and regenerative medicine technologies to clinical patients.

    NEW! Increased emphasis on differential diagnosis helps you learn how to avoid misdiagnoses that result in unnecessary surgery with the inclusion of boxes covering disorders that may mimic the more commonly encountered surgical neurologic problems that are not actual disorders requiring surgical repair.

    NEW! Correlation boxes highlight the advances in veterinary medicine that correlate with human medicine.

    NEW! Expanded chapter on neurologic examination cover how to perform a proper neurologic exam to detect problems in cats and dogs.

    NEW! Step-by-step procedure videos that walk through both basic and advanced procedures have been added to this new edition.

    NEW! Aftercare instructions and rarely performed procedures have been added to the Expert Consult.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part 1: General Surgical Principles
    1. Principles of Surgical Asepsis
    2. Care and Handling of Surgical Equipment and Supplies
    3. Surgical Facilities and Maintenance of the Surgical Environment
    4. Preoperative and Intraoperative Care of the Surgical Patient
    5. Preparation of the Operative Site
    6. Preparation of the Surgical Team
    7. Surgical Instrumentation
    8. Biomaterials, Suturing and Suture Patterns
    9. Surgical Infections and Antibiotic Selection
    10. Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient
    11. Fundamentals of Physical Rehabilitation
    12. Principles of Anesthesia and Anesthetics
    13. Pain Management and Acupuncture
    14. Principles of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Regenerative Medicine

    Part II: Soft Tissue Surgery
    15. Surgery of the Integumentary System
    16. Surgery of the Eye
    17. Surgery of the Ear
    18. Surgery of the Digestive System
    19. Surgery of the Liver
    20. Surgery of the Extrahepatic Biliary System
    21. Surgery of the Endocrine System
    22. Surgery of the Hemolymphatic System
    23. Surgery of the Kidney and Ureter
    24. Surgery of the Bladder
    and Urethra
    25. Surgery of the Reproductive and Genital Systems
    26. Surgery of the Cardiovascular System
    27. Surgery of the Upper Respiratory System
    28. Surgery of the Lower Respiratory System: Lungs and Thoracic Wall
    29. Surgery of the Lower Respiratory System: Pleural Cavity and Diaphragm

    Part III: Orthopedics
    30. Fundamentals of Orthopedic Surgery and Fracture Management
    31. Management of Specific Fractures
    32. Diseases of the Joints
    33. Management of Muscle and Tendon Injury or Disease
    34. Other Diseases of Bones and Joints

    Part IV: Neurosurgery
    35. Neurodiagnostic Overview for the Small Animal Surgeon
    36. Neurologic Examination and Relevant Neuroanatomy
    37. Surgery of the Brain
    38. Surgery of the Cervical Spine
    39. Surgery of the Thoracolumbar Spine
    40. Surgery of the Cauda Equina
    41. Nonsurgical Disorders of the Brain and Spine
    42. Peripheral Nervous System Disorders

       

     

  • 1,09700lei 1000.00 lei

    The most complete and definitive reference to all aspects of poultry diseases, Diseases of Poultry, Fourteenth Edition has been fully revised and updated to offer a comprehensive survey of current knowledge. Updates the definitive reference of poultry health and disease Provides more clinically relevant information on management of specific diseases, contributed by clinical poultry veterinarians Offers information on disease control in organic and antibiotic-free production Presents more concise, streamlined chapters for ease of use Incorporates advances in the field, from new diagnostic tools and information to changes brought about by the increasing globalization and the re-emergence of zoonotic pathogens

  • 1,12000lei 1000.00 lei

    Description:

    Focus on the "how" and "why" of medical/surgical conditions - the critical issues that lead to successful outcomes for your patients - with Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal Expert Consult, 2nd Edition.

    Features:

    Expert Consult website offers access to the entire text online, plus references linked to original abstracts on PubMed.

    Comprehensive coverage includes surgical biology, surgical methods and perioperative care, neurosurgery, and orthopedics in Volume One, and all soft tissue surgery organized by body system in Volume Two.

    Extensive references to published studies available on Expert Consult show the factual basis for the material.

    Strong blend of clinical and basic science information facilitates a clear understanding of clinical issues surrounding operative situations.

    Highly recognized contributing authors create chapters from their own experience and knowledge base, providing the most authoritative, current information available.

    Coverage of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology in chapters on specific organs includes information critical to operative procedures and patient management.

    In-depth chapters on anesthesia, surgical oncology, tumors of the spine, and musculoskeletal neoplasia provide valuable resources for practicing surgeons, especially in the area of cancer treatment.

    Preoperative considerations and surgical implications for surgical procedures help surgeons make decisions about treatment approaches.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW and UPDATED! Expert Consult website with print text plus complete online access to the book’s contents, so you can use it anytime - anywhere.

    EXPANDED! Coverage of interventional radiology techniques in Volume Two (soft tissue volume) to provide cutting-edge information on contemporary imaging modalities that gain access to different structures of the patient’s body for diagnostic and therapeutic reasons.

    NEW and UPDATED! Expanded coverage of coaptation devices and small animal prosthetics clearly explains how they are used in a variety of clinical situations.

    EXPANDED! Principles of minimally invasive plate treatment added to Volume One (orthopedic volume) to show how these advancements maximize healing and protect the patient while meeting the surgeon’s goals in using fracture fixation.

    Table Of Contents:

    VOLUME ONE


    Section I: Surgical Biology
    1. Inflammatory Response
    2. Molecular and Cellular Biology: Genomics
    3. Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
    4. Platelet Rich Plasma and Autologous Conditioned Sera
    5. Fluid Therapy
    6. Shock
    7. Bleeding and Hemostasis
    8. Metabolism and Nutritional Needs of Surgical Patients
    9. Wound Healing
    10. Wound Infections and Antimicrobial Use 

    Section II: Surgical Methods and Perioperative Care
    11. Sterilization
    12. Instrumentation
    13. The Operating Room
    14. Monitoring for Surgical Infection
    15. Principles and Use of Energy Sources in Small Animal Surgery:  Electrosurgery and Laser Applications
    16. Suture Material, Tissue Staplers, Ligation Devices, and Closure Methods
    17. Instrument and Tissue Handling Techniques
    18. Surgical Hemostasis
    19. Bandages and Drains
    20. Biopsy General Principles
    21. Anesthesia Principles and Monitoring
    22. Anesthetic Practice for Existing Conditions
    23. Fundamentals of Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy
    24. Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy
    25. Introduction to Oncologic Surgery for the General Surgeon

    Section III: Neurosurgery
    26. Neurologic Examination and Neuroanatomic Diagnosis
    27. Neurodiagnostics
    28. Imaging of the Neurologic System
    29. Pathogenesis and Physiology of Central Nervous System Disease and Injury
    30. Medical Conditions of the Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord
    31. Cervical Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord
    32. Thoracolumbar Vertebral Column
    33. Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis
    34. Vertebral Fractures, Luxations, and Subluxations
    35. Cranial Surgery
    36. Anesthesia for Intracranial Surgery
    37. Neoplasms of the Vertebrae and Spinal Cord

    Section IV: Musculoskeletal System
    38. Tissues of the Musculoskeletal System
    39. Bone Biomechanics and Fracture Biology
    40. Open Fractures
    41. Internal Fracture Fixation
    42. External Skeletal Fixation
    43. Overview of Minimally Invasive Osteosynthesis Principles
    44. Bandaging, External Coaptation, and External Devices for Companion Animals
    45. Delayed Unions, Nonunions, and Malunions
    46. Principles of Angular Limb Deformity Correction
    47. Osteomyelitis and Implant-Associated Infections
    48. Bone Grafts and Substitutes
    49. Scapula Fractures
    50. The Shoulder
    51. Fractures of the Humerus
    52. Surgical Diseases of the Elbow
    53. Total Elbow Replacement in Dogs
    54. Radius and Ulna
    55. Carpus, Metacarpus, and Digits
    56. Fractures of the Pelvis
    57. Hip Luxation
    58. Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Control of Canine Hip Dysplasia
    59. Surgical Management of Hip Dysplasia
    60. Fractures of the Femur
    61. Stifle Joint
    62. Total Knee Replacement in the Dog
    63. Fractures of the Tibia and Fibula
    64. Tarsus and Metatarsus
    65. Amputations
    66. Dentistry for the Surgeon
    67. Mandibular and Maxillofacial Fractures
    68. Arthritis
    69. Miscellaneous Orthopedic Conditions
    70. Muscle and Tendon Disorders
    71. Arthroscopy
    72. Musculoskeletal Neoplasia and Limb-Sparing Surgery
    73. Osteochondrosis
    74. Gait Analysis

    VOLUME TWO
    Section V: Skin and Reconstruction
    75. Primary Wound Closure
    76. Open Wounds
    77. Tension-Relieving Techniques
    78. Local or Subdermal Plexus Flaps
    79. Axial Pattern and Myocutaneous Flaps
    80. Skin Grafts
    81. Burns
    82. Specific Disorders of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues

    Section VI: Abdomen
    83. Spleen
    84. Abdominal Wall Reconstruction and Hernias
    85. Diaphragmatic Hernias
    86. Peritoneum and Retroperitoneum

    Section VII: Digestive System
    87. Soft Tissues of the Oral Cavity
    88. Salivary Glands
    89. Mandibulectomy and Maxillectomy
    90. Esophagus
    91. Stomach
    92. Small Intestine
    93. Colon
    94. Rectum, Anus, and Perineum
    95. Liver and Biliary System
    96. Hepatic Vascular Anomalies
    97. Pancreas
    98. Feeding Tubes

    Section VIII: Respiratory System
    99. Nasal Planum, Nasal Cavity, and Sinuses
    100. Palate
    101. Larynx
    102. Trachea and Bronchi
    103. Lungs

    Section IX: Thorax
    104. Thoracic Wall
    105. Thoracic Cavity

    Section X: Cardiovascular System
    106. Cardiac Surgery
    107. Pericardial Surgery
    108. Vascular Surgery

    Section XI: Urogenital System
    109. Ovaries and Uterus
    110. Vagina, Vestibule, and Vulva
    111. Testes, Epididymides, and Scrotum
    112. Penis and Prepuce
    113. Prostate
    114. Kidneys
    115. Ureters
    116. Bladder
    117. Urethra
    118. Sphincter Mechanism Incontinence
    119. Renal Transplant

    Section XII: Endocrine System
    120. Adrenal Glands
    121. Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands

    Section XIII: Ear
    122. Pinna and External Ear Canal
    123. Middle and Inner Ear

    Section XIV: Eye
    124. Basic Ophthalmic Surgical Procedures
    125. Emergency Ophthalmic Surgery

       

     

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    DESCRIPTION

    Clinical Small Animal Internal Medicine is a comprehensive, practical reference designed to meet the needs of veterinary practitioners and students alike. Covering all aspects of small animal internal medicine, this innovative guide provides clinically relevant material, plus podcasts and continual updates online. Concise, identically-formatted chapters allow readers to quickly find the most essential information for clinical veterinary practice. 

    Contributions from academic and clinical experts cover general medicine subjects, including patient evaluation and management, critical care medicine, preventative care, and diagnostic and therapeutic considerations. Topics relevant to daily clinical practice are examined in detail, ranging from endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, and infectious disease to oncology, dermatology, metabolic orthopedic disease, gastroenterology, and hepatology. A companion website features podcasts and updated information. An important addition to the library of any practice, this clinically-oriented text: 

    ·         Presents complete, practical information on small animal internal medicine

    ·         Provides the background physiology required to understand normal versus abnormal in real-world clinical settings

    ·         Includes general medicine topics not covered in other internal medicine books

    ·         Focuses on information that is directly applicable to daily practice

    ·         Features podcasts and continual updates on a companion website 

    Carefully tailored for the needs of small animal practitioners and veterinary students, Clinical Small Animal Internal Medicine is an invaluable, reader-friendly reference on internal medicine of the dog and cat. 

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Dedication

    Preface

    List of Contributors

    About the Companion Website

    Volume I

    Section 1 Evaluation and Management of the Patient

    1 The Concept of One Medicine
    Lonnie J. King

    2 Statistical Interpretation for Practitioners
    Philip H. Kass

    3 Using Data For Clinical Decision Making
    Philip H. Kass

    Section 2 Endocrine Disease

    4 Principles of Endocrinology
    Robert Kemppainen

    5 Neuroendocrinology
    Maya Lottati

    6 Feline Acromegaly
    David Bruyette

    7 Pituitary Dependent Hyperadrenocorticism in Dogs and Cats
    David Bruyette

    8 Polyuria and Polydipsia
    Jennifer L. Garcia

    9 Canine Hypothyroidism
    David Bruyette

    10 Feline Hyperthyroidism
    David Bruyette

    11 Hypoadrenocorticism in Dogs
    Patty Lathan

    12 Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs and Cats
    Jacquie S. Rand

    13 Hypoglycemia in Patients Without Diabetes Mellitus: Evaluation and Management
    Rhett Nichols

    14 Canine Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndromes
    Deborah Greco

    Section 3 Cardiovascular Disease

    15 Approach to the Patient with Suspected Cardiovascular Disease
    Ingrid Ljungvall and Jens Häggström

    16 Imaging in Cardiovascular Disease
    Valérie Chetboul

    17 Electrocardiography
    Marc S. Kraus and Anna R.M. Gelzer

    18 Pathophysiology of Heart Failure
    Barret J. Bulmer

    19 Management of Heart Failure
    Steven Rosenthal and Mark A. Oyama

    20 Ventricular Arrhythmias
    Amara H. Estrada and Romain Pariaut

    21 Supraventricular Arrhythmias
    Romain Pariaut and Amara H. Estrada

    22 Systemic Hypertension
    Rebecca L. Stepien

    23 Pulmonary Hypertension
    Heidi B. Kellihan

    24 Congenital Heart Disease
    Brian A. Scansen

    25 Valvular Heart Disease
    Michele Borgarelli

    26 Canine Myocardial Disease
    M. Lynne O’Sullivan

    27 Feline Myocardial Disease
    Virginia Luis Fuentes

    28 Pericardial Disease
    Ashley B. Saunders and Sonya G. Gordon

    Section 4 Respiratory Disease

    29 A Respiratory Pattern-Based Approach to Dyspnea
    Christopher G. Byers

    30 Feline Bronchial Asthma
    Christine M. Serafin

    31 Canine Chronic Bronchitis
    Kevin Kumrow

    32 Pulmonary Thromboembolism
    Robert Goggs

    33 Surgical Approaches to Thoracic Disease
    Raegan Wells

    34 Pleural Effusion
    Ashley Allen and Gareth Buckley

    Section 5 Critical Care Medicine

    35 Approach to the Patient in the Critical Care Setting
    Sarah Allen

    36 Fluid Therapy
    Teresa Rieser

    37 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    Nathan Peterson

    38 Respiratory Monitoring in Critical Care
    Mathew Mellema

    39 Acute Respiratory Failure
    Mathew Mellema

    40 Mechanical Ventilation
    Kate Hopper and Mathew Mellema

    41 Approach to the Patient with Shock
    James W. Barr

    42 Cardiogenic Shock
    Nathan Peterson and James W. Barr

    43 Septic Shock
    James W. Barr

    44 Disorders of Heat and Cold
    Sarah Allen

    45 Acute Poisoning
    Ben O’Kelley

    46 Medical Management of Trauma and Burns
    Nathan Peterson

    47 Venomous Snake Bites
    Nathan Peterson

    Section 6 Gastrointestinal Disease

    48 Gastrointestinal Imaging
    Sarah M. Stieger-Vanegas

    49 Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
    Craig Ruaux

    50 Diseases of the Oral Cavity and Salivary Glands
    Maria Soltero-Reveira and Alexander Reiter

    51 Gastritis and Gastric Ulceration in Dogs and Cats
    Katie Tolbert

    52 Disorders of the Esophagus
    Silvia Funes and Craig Ruaux

    53 Motility Disorders of the Alimentary Tract
    Reito Neiger and Silke Salvati

    54 Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency in Dogs and Cats
    Panos Xenoulis

    55 Pancreatitis in the Dog
    Caroline Mansfield

    56 Diagnosis and Management of Pancreatitis in the Cat
    Craig Ruaux

    57 Rectoanal Diseases – Medical and Surgical Management
    Craig Ruaux

    58 Dysbiosis and the use of Pre-, Pro- and Synbiotics
    Jan Suchodolski

    59 Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Enteropathies
    Karin Allenspach

    Section 7 Diseases of the Liver, Gallbladder, and Bile Ducts

    60 Approach to the Patient with Liver Disease
    Emma O’Neill

    61 Imaging in Hepatobiliary Disease
    Esther Barrett

    62 Metabolic, Toxic and Neoplastic Diseases of the Liver
    Jan Rothuizen

    63 Feline Inflammatory Liver Disease
    Nicki Reed

    64 Canine Inflammatory Liver Disease
    Nick Bexfield

    65 Cirrhosis and its Consequences
    Katherine Scott

    66 Portosystemic Shunts and Microvascular Dysplasia
    Geraldine Hunt

    67 Diseases of the Gallbladder and Extrahepatic Biliary Ducts
    Ben Harris

    Section 8 Neurologic Disease

    68 The Neurologic Examination
    Alexander DeLahunta

    69 Central Nervous System Trauma
    Simon R. Platt

    70 Seizures and Movement Disorders
    Michael Podell

    71 Disorders of the Forebrain
    Sam N. Long

    72 Vestibular Disease
    Tammy Stevenson

    73 Meningoencephalitis and Meningomyelitis
    Christopher L. Mariani

    74 Diseases of the Neuromuscular Junction
    David Lipsitz

    75 Myopathies
    Marguerite F. Knipe

    76 Myelopathy
    Joan R. Coates

    77 Neuro-Ophthalmology
    Bradford J. Holmberg

    Volume II

    Section 9 Infectious Disease

    Part 1 Diagnostic Considerations

    78 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease
    Peggy L. Schmidt

    79 Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Disease
    Laia Solano-Gallego and Gad Baneth

    Part 2 Select Infectious Diseases and Disease Agents

    80 Canine Distemper
    David Bruyette

    81 Canine Herpes Virus
    Yvonne Dreschler

    82 Canine Viral Enteritis
    Margaret C. Barr

    83 Viral Papillomatosis
    Margaret C. Barr

    84 Canine Influenza Virus
    Ellen Collisson

    85 Feline Parvovirus
    Margaret C. Barr

    86 Feline Coronavirus
    Yvonne Dreschler

    87 Feline Leukemia Virus
    David Bruyette

    88 Feline Immunodeficency Virus (FIV)
    Tom Phillips

    89 Feline Viral Upper Respiratory Disease
    Yvonne Dreschler

    90 Rabies in Dogs and Cats
    Emily Beeler and Karen Ehnert

    91 West Nile Virus
    Tracey McNamara

    92 Ebola Virus
    Linda Kidd

    93 Ehrlichia and Anaplasma
    Pedro P. Vissotto de Paiva Diniz

    94 Salmon Poisoning Disease
    Pedro P. Vissotto de Paiva Diniz

    95 Wolbachia pipientis Infection
    Pedro P. Vissotto de Paiva Diniz

    96 Bartonellosis
    Pedro P. Vissotto de Paiva Diniz

    97 Hemotropic Mycoplasma
    Séverine Tasker

    98 Non-Hemotropic Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and L-form Bacteria
    Joachim Spergser

    99 Spotted Fever and Typhus Group Rickettsia
    Linda Kidd

    100 Lyme Borreliosis
    Merryl P. Littman

    101 Leptospirosis
    Katharine F. Lunn

    102 Yersiniosis
    Maria Grazia Pennisi

    103 Tularemia
    Linda Kidd

    104 Q Fever
    Linda Kidd

    105 Brucellosis
    Erin E. Runcan

    106 Tetanus and Botulism
    Andrea Fischer

    107 Anthrax
    Wayne E. Wingfield and Jerry J. Upp

    108 Actinomyces, Nocardiosis, and Mycobacterial Infections
    Joanna Whitney and Vanessa R. Barrs

    109 Fungal Infections
    Jane E. Sykes

    110 Protozoal and Protozoa-Like Infections
    Gad Baneth and Laia Solano-Gallego

    111 Coccidia
    Chris Adolph

    112 Surgical, Traumatic and Bite Wound Infections
    Laura L. Nelson

    113 Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex
    Jonathan Dear

    Part 3 Therapeutic Considerations

    114 Antimicrobial Therapy in Dogs and Cats
    Katrina R. Viviano

    115 Antifungal Therapy
    Daniel S. Foy

    Part 4 Special Topics

    116 Nosocomial and Multi-Drug Resistant Infections
    Jason W. Stull and Scott Weese

    117 Management of Infectious Disease in Kennels and Multi-Cat Environments: Creating a Culture of Compliance
    Frank Bossong

    Section 10 Renal and Genitourinary Disease

    118 Disorders of Sodium and Water Homeostasis
    Julien Guillaumin and Stephen DiBartola

    119 Disorders of Magnesium and Phosphorus
    Rosanne Jepson

    120 Acute Kidney Injury
    Adam E. Eatroff

    121 Glomerular Disease
    Shelly L. Vaden

    122 Obstructive Uropathy
    Edward Cooper and Brian A. Scansen

    123 Urolithiasis in Small Animals
    Alice Defarges, Michelle Evason, Marilyn Dunn, and Allyson Berent

    124 Prostatic Diseases
    Serge Chalhoub