ISBN-10:
081382043X
ISBN-13:
9780813820439
Pub. Date:
06/28/2010
Publisher:
Wiley
Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care / Edition 1

Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care / Edition 1

by Elisa M. Mazzaferro

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Overview

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care is a condensed handbook with concise bullet points and alphabetically-organized topics. Using the popular Five-Minute  Veterinary Consult format, the book provides rapid access to up-to-date information in the fast-paced emergency room or critical care environment. Topics have been pulled from the Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline and expanded to include more information, valuable clinical images, and useful diagrams, with many other chapters completely new to this book.

With more than sixty-five expert chapter authors, the book offers reliable  information to help promote quick decision making in diagnosing and treating emergency conditions. This clinical companion serves as an ideal purchase for general veterinary practitioners and students, veterinary technicians, and hospital and emergency clinic staff.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780813820439
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 06/28/2010
Pages: 904
Product dimensions: 6.80(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.60(d)

About the Author

Elisa M. Mazzaferro, MS, DVM, PhD, Dipl ACVECC, is Director of Emergency Services, Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital, Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Table of Contents

Acetaminophen toxicity.

Acidosis-Metabolic.

Acute Renal Failure.

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

Alkalosis-Metabolic.

Amitraz toxicosis.

Anaphylaxis.

Anterior uveitis.

Aortic thromboembolism.

Asthma (Bronchitis).

Atrial fibrillation/fllutter.

Atrial standstill.

Atrioventricular block.

Bleeding Timing.

Blood transfusion reaction.

brachial plexus injury.

Brain injury/head trauma include coma.

Bundle Branch Block (right and left0.

Canine distemper virus.

Canine parvovirus.

Carbamate toxicity.

Cardiopulmonary arrest/CPCR.

Chocolate toxicity.

Chylothorax.

Coagulation disorders (include von Willebrands).

Congestive Heart Failure.

Coonhound paralysis.

Corneal and scleral lacerations.

Diabetes mellitus and DKA.

Diaphragmatic hernia.

Diarrhea (bacterial causes).

Dilated cardiomyopathy.

Disorders of calcium.

Disorders of chloride.

Disorders of glucose.

Disorders of phosphorus.

Disorders of potassium.

Disorders of Sodium.

Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation.

Drowning-Near Drowning.

Dystocia and uterine inertia.

Eclampsia.

Epistaxis.

Esophageal foreign bodies.

Ethylene glycol poisoning.

FeLV.

FIP.

FIV.

FLLUTD.

Gastric Dilitation Volvulus.

GI Obstruction.

Glaucoma.

Grape and Raisin Toxicity.

Hematuria.

Hemoabdomen.

Hemothorax.

Hepatic encephalopathy.

Hyperosmolality.

Hypertension.

Hyperthermia/Heat Stroke.

Hypertrophic and restrictive cardiomyopathy.

Hyphema.

Hypoadrenocorticism.

Hypotension.

Hypoxemia.

IMHA.

Intervertebral disk disease.

Intussusception (include cecocolic).

Ivermectin toxicity.

Laryngeal paralysis.

Lily poisoning.

Lower UTI.

Macadamia nut toxicity.

Marijuana toxicity.

Metaldehyde poisoning.

Murmurs.

Mycotoxins.

NSAID toxicity.

Organophosphate toxicity.

Pancreatitis.

Panleukopenia.

paraphimosis.

Pericardial effusion.

Peritonitis.

Pneumonia, aspiration.

Pneumonia, infectious causes (viral, bacterial, fungal).

Pneumothorax.

Pulmonary contusions.

Pulmonary edema-cardiogenic.

Pulmonary edema-noncardiogenic.

Pulmonary thromboembolism.

Pyometra an CEH.

Pyothorax.

Pyrethroid/pyrethrin toxicity.

Retinal detachment andhemorrhage.

Rodenticides (include bromethalin, Vit K, cholecalciferol).

Schiff-Scherington/spinal shock/spinal fracture/trauma.

Seizures and status epilepticus.

Shock-cardiogenic.

Shock-hypovolemic.

Shock-septic.

Sick sinus syndrome.

Smoke inhalation.

Snake envenomation (coral and pit vipers).

Spider envenomation (black widow and brown recluse).

Splenic torsion.

SSRI Toxicity.

Supraventricular tachycardia.

Syncope.

Thrombocytopenia-immune mediated.

Tick paralysis.

Tracheal collapse.

Traumatic myocarditis.

urethral prolapse.

Urolithiasis and urinary obstruction.

Uterine inertia.

Vaginal hyperplasia and prolapse.

Ventricular dysrhythmias.

Vomiting and hematemesis.

Zinc toxicity

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wouldn't listen to anything this woman named jacqueline Neilson has to say. Any woman that endorses cat mutilation (de-clawing) as a result to protect a couch needs to have her head examined. Let me ask you this jacqueline: Why don't you do it? Why don't you have your fingernails removed. It's certainly not dangerous or harmful in anyway. You said that about cats. Why don't you spend the rest of your life without fingernails and then tell us it doesn't bother you. What right do you have to tell people de-clawing is" okay be considered after other avenues to minimize property damage have been tried". Let me tell you this Jacqueline: De-clawing should NEVER be considered. Please find a different occupation that doesn't involve animals. Anyone should know that a woman with your ethics is not qualified to write a book about animals let alone give advice of any kind.