2 edition of Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat, Third Edition found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is auseful tool for students and practitioners engaged in studying,diagnosing, and treating respiratory disease. 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. 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.
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.
Goodavage reveals the revolutionary ways dogs are helping those with autism, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Written by Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat 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. In this groundbreaking book, Goodavage brings us behind the scenes of cutting-edge science at top research centers, and into the lives of people whose well-being depends on their devoted, highly skilled personal MDs medical dogs.
Adopting a case-based approach, chapters are built around body systems and are directed by questions to test the reader's ability to interpret clinical history, illustrative images and diagnostic results in order to provide differential diagnoses, diagnostic plans and treatment options. A photograph of a dog lying in a hospital cage adds little to the reader's experience. The third edition of this book has been completely revised and updated.
The book is currently divided into 5 color-coded sections — General Approach, the malady of Specific Organ Systems, Multisystemic Disorders, parts of medical care, and Case Studies. Canine Medicine Book Review: There is a possibility that during a pet's lifetime, medication may be recommended to treat medical conditions or problems. Synopsis 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.
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. Submit Report The third release of this book has been totally modified and refreshed. is an ideal guide to how internal medicine cases are handled in the clinical setting. If your dog should seem sick, do you know how to check? Completely updated content reflects the latest findings in clinical nutrition research.
Presents current, state-of-the-art information on sports medicine and rehabilitation in dogs Offers perspectives from an international list of expert authors Covers all topics related to veterinary care of the canine athlete and all active dogs Includes illustrations and photographs throughout to demonstrate key concepts Provides clinical cases that set the information in context The Pill Book Guide to Medication for Your Dog and Cat Book Review: An easy-to-follow guide written to help pet owners understand and take control of their animal's health features profiles of more than two hundred drugs and their side effects, the latest in alternative medicine, a directory of pet organizations, and much more.
Information regarding functional ingredients and dietary supplementation provides a scientifically based rationale for recommending or advising against dietary supplements. The main purpose of the book is to point out the interest of some important topics of canine medicine and the progress in this field and to clear its importance in veterinary medicine.
UC Davis Book of Dogs Book Review: An authoritative, up-to-the-minute guide for dog owners, breeders and trainers that includes everything they need to know about the health and well-being of their dogs -- written by the faculty of a distinguished school of veterinary medicine and edited by Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat Siegal, who also edited The Cornell Book of Cats. Section III: Multisystemic Disorders covers revised and updated chapters including clinical toxicology, infectious diseases, and immunologic disorders.
Fully revised and updated to keep abreast.