Manual of Equine Emergencies: Treatment and Procedures

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Elsevier España, 1998 - 759 páginas
This is the only manual devoted to equine emergency treatment. Authored by experts, this up-to-date resource contains color illustrations and provides a section of useful charts and tables. Chapters are organized in 6 sections: emergency medical and surgical principles and procedures; organ system examination, neonatology, shock and temperature-related problems; interpretation of laboratory tests; pharmacology and toxicology; management of special problems; and charts and tables. An emergency index and handy tabs indicating the sections make this a quick and easy-to-use reference!

Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-434-4
 

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Urgencias en equinos. Vias de administración de medicamentos y venopunción

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Desde el punto de vista del veterinario especializado en équidos es fundamental esta publicación, ya que dado su tamaño puede llevarse fácilmente en el coche. Respecto a la temática, abarca básicamente cualquier urgencia ó emergencia que se nos presente.
Considero igualmetne interseante para otros veterinarios que eventualmente acaben viendo-visitando caballos, pues es conciso y directo.
En definitiva, muy buen libro.
Si alguien está interesado en la temática de este libro, puede también estarlo en especializarse en Critical Care. Además de ambas diplomaturas tanto europea como americana, existen sociedades nacionales e internacionales y numerosos cursos y congresos sobre el tema. Como ejemplo, en la facultad de veterinaria de Córdoba entre el 24 y 27 de marzo de 2011 se va a celebrar el I Curso de Urgencias y Cuidados Intensivos en Équidos. Para más información se puede consultar la página web www.urgenciascaballos.com
 

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Página 334 - Holland M: Preanesthetic medication and chemical restraint. In White NA, Moore JN, editors: Current practice of equine surgery, Philadelphia, 1990, IB Lippincott.
Página 334 - In White NA. Moore JN. eds: Current Practice of Equine Surgery. Philadelphia. JB Lippincott. 1990. pp 59-64. Honnas CM. Surgical treatment ot' selected musculoskeletal disorders of the forelimb.
Página 40 - Beech J: Equine respiratory disorders, Philadelphia, 1991, Lea & Febiger. Darien BJ, Brown CM, Walker RD, Williams MA, Derkson FJ: A tracheoscopic technique for obtaining uncontaminated lower airway secretions for bacterial culture in the horse, Equine Vfcf/22:170- 173, 1990.
Página 533 - Resuscitation of the newborn infant. In Klaus MH, Fanaroff AA (eds): Care of the high-risk neonate, ed 5, Philadelphia, 2001, WB Saunders, pp 23-34.
Página 40 - Pract 13:463-475, 1997. Sweeney CR, Sweeney RW, Benson CE: Comparison of bacteria isolated from specimens obtained by use of endoscopic guarded tracheal swabbing and percutaneous tracheal aspiration in the horse, J Am VetMedAssoc 195:1225-1229, 1989.
Página 458 - Wilson D, Berry CR et al: Bronchointerstitial pneumonia and respiratory distress in young horses: clinical, clinicopathologic, radiographic, and pathologic findings in 23 cases (1984-1989), / Vet Intern Med 7:277-288, 1993.
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Sobre el autor (1998)

James A. Orsini is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and has been a faculty member for more than 35 years. Dr. Orsini teaches in multiple disciplines, including both basic and clinical courses throughout the professional curriculum. He has co-edited four editions of Equine Emergencies - an Elsevier book and one of the health sciences' best-selling equine publications. In addition, he has authored several hundred papers, book chapters, abstracts and proceedings.

Dr. Divers is a diplomate of both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. His equine interest are in any medical diseases of the horse and research projects have centered around neurologic and liver diseases of horses, critical care medicine, in addition to several infectious diseases.

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