Veterinary Anaesthesia E-Book, 10th Edition
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New edition of this essential text covering anaesthesia and analgesia in all large and small animal species. The new edition has been extensively revised and contains greatly expanded sections on anaesthesia of exotic species such as small mammals, llamas, camels and also a new section on anaesthesia of wild animals, both large and small, and birds.
The book is divided into 3 sections: Section 1. Principles and Procedures - covers pharmacology and pharmacokinetics, monitoring, sedation, premedication and much more; Section 2. Anaesthesia of the Species- comprises chapters on anaesthesia in all the main species; Section 3. Special Anaesthesia - covers anaesthesia in special cases, complications and crises!
Almost 200 prints and line illustrations enhance the comprehensive text, and make the new edition of Veterinary Anaesthesia 10/e an essential purchase for all vets!
By L. W. Hall, MA, BSc, PhD, Dr (Hons Causa), Utrecht, DVA, DEVC, Hon DACVA, FRCVS, School of Veterinary Medicine, Cambridge, UK; K. W. Clarke, MA, VetMB, DVA, DVetMed, MRCVS, Department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mimms, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK; and C. M. Trim, BVSc, MRCVS, DVA, DACVA, DECVA, Department of Large Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA