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Exotic animal emergency and critical care medicine
GRAHAM-DOSS-BEAUFRERE
Exotic animal emergency and critical care medicine
1st ed., 972 pages, 400 ill., John Wiley & Sons, November 2021

Item Code: ANESO301
ISBN: 9781119149231
Weigth: 2700 g
Species: Exotic animals
Discipline: Critical care medicine
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Description
Exotic Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine delivers the most relevant and current information required by general veterinary practitioners and veterinary specialists in treating emergent and critical exotic patients.  Covering the management of common emergency presentations in exotic companion mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, each section discusses triage and stabilization, diagnostics, nutrition and fluid therapy, analgesia, anesthesia, monitoring, CPR, and euthanasia.
The book includes quick reference tables, species-specific drug formularies, and illustrations of exotic animal emergency procedures and techniques. The information contained within is based on an extensive review of the most current literature and the combined knowledge and expertise of international leaders in the field of exotic animal medicine and surgery.  
A one-stop resource like no other, Exotic Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine makes it easy to find the information needed to effectively treat urgent and life-threatening conditions in pet exotic animals. The book covers a wide range of species, encompassing:  
  • Exotic companion mammals, including ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, hedgehogs, and sugar gliders 
  • Birds, including psittacines, passerines, doves and pigeons, as well as backyard poultry and waterfowl 
  • Reptiles, including turtles and tortoises, snakes and lizards
  • Amphibians 
Equally useful for general practitioners, specialists in emergency and critical care and exotic animal medicine, veterinary students, and trainees, Exotic Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine is an essential resource for the emergent and critical care of exotic animals. 
Contents
List of Contributors
Part 1: Exotic Companion Mammals
Section 1: Triage and Stabilization
Chapter 1: History and Clinical Exam
Nico J. Schoemaker and Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland
Chapter 2: Restraint, Handling, and Hospitalization
Nico J. Schoemaker and Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland
Chapter 3: Oxygen Therapy
Sara Gardhouse
Chapter 4: Catheterization and Venipuncture
Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland and Nico J. Schoemaker
Chapter 5: Wound Care and Bandaging Techniques
Nico J. Schoemaker and Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland
Chapter 6: CPR and Euthanasia
Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland and Nico J. Schoemaker
Chapter 7: Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Monitoring
Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland and Nico J. Schoemaker
Chapter 8: Nutrition and Fluid Therapy
Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland and Nico J. Schoemaker
Section 2: Diagnostics
Chapter 9: Stat Diagnostics
Sara Gardhouse
Chapter 10: Diagnostic Imaging
João Brandão, Peter M. DiGeronimo, and Carrie Kuzma
Chapter 11: Clinical Pathology
Carla Monteiro and João Brandão
Chapter 12: Cytology
Carla Monteiro and João Brandão
Chapter 13: Ancillary Diagnostics
Joao Brandao
Section 3: Emergency Presentations and Management
Chapter 14: Ferrets
Nico J. Schoemaker and Yvonne R.A. van Zeeland
Chapter 15: Rabbits
Julie DeCubellis and Jennifer Graham
Chapter 16: Guinea Pigs
Isabelle Langlois, Marion Desmarchelier, Claire Vergneau-Grosset
Chapter 17: Chinchillas
Jennifer Graham and Christoph Mans
Chapter 19: Rats and Mice
Kristin Sinclair
Chapter 19: Hamsters and Gerbils
Andrew Bean
Chapter 20: Hedgehogs
Rina Maguire, Ali Anwar bin Ahmad, and Trent Charles van Zanten
Chapter 21: Sugar Gliders
Dan Johnson
Part 2: Avian
Section 1: Triage and Stabilization
Chapter 22: History and Clinical Exam
Grayson A. Doss and Christoph Mans
Chapter 23: Restraint and Handling
Grayson A. Doss and Christoph Mans
Chapter 24: Oxygen Therapy
Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 25: Catheterization and Venipuncture
Rodney Schnellbacher and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 26: Wound Care and Bandaging Techniques
Anna Martel and Christoph Mans
Chapter 27: CPR and Euthanasia
Claudia Kabakchiev and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 28: Avian Analgesia and Anesthesia
David Sanchez-Migallon Guzman and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 29: Nutrition and Fluid Therapy
Hugues Beaufrère
Section 2: Diagnostics
Chapter 30: Stat Diagnostics
Claudia Kabakchiev and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 31: Diagnostic Imaging
Claire Vergneau-Grosset and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 32: Clinical Pathology
Hugues Beaufrère and Claire Vergneau-Grosset
Chapter 33: Cytology
Helene Pendl, Peter Wencel, and Hugues Beaufrère
Chapter 34: Ancillary Diagnostics
Delphine Laniesse and Hugues Beaufrère
Section 3: Emergency Presentations and Management
Chapter 35: Psittacines
Nicole Wyre
Chapter 36: Passerines
David Phalen
Chapter 37: Pigeons and Doves
Ken Welle
Chapter 38: Backyard Poultry and Waterfowl
Vanessa Grunkemeyer and Samantha Swisher
Part 3: Reptile and Amphibian
Section 1: Triage and Stabilization
Chapter 39: History and Clinical Exam
Grayson A. Doss and Kurt K. Sladky
Chapter 40: Restraint and Handling
Grayson A. Doss and Kurt K. Sladky
Chapter 41: Oxygen Therapy
Ian Kanda and João Brandão
Chapter 42: Catheterization and Venipuncture
Ian Kanda and João Brandão
Chapter 43: Wound Care and Bandaging Techniques
Anna Martel and Christoph Mans
Chapter 44: CPR and Euthanasia
Grayson A. Doss and Kurt K. Sladky
Chapter 45: Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Monitoring
Grayson A. Doss, Christoph Mans, and Kurt K. Sladky
Chapter 46: Nutrition and Fluid Therapy
Ian Kanda and João Brandão
Section 2: Diagnostics
Chapter 47: Stat Diagnostics
Peter M. DiGeronimo and Nicola Di Girolamo
Chapter 48: Diagnostic Imaging
Constance Fazio
Chapter 49: Clinical Pathology
Nicola Di Girolamo
Chapter 50: Cytology
Ruth A. Houseright
Chapter 51: Ancillary Diagnostics
Nicola Di Girolamo and Diana Binanti
Section 3: Emergency Presentations and Management
Chapter 52: Turtles and Tortoises
Krista Keller
Chapter 53: Snakes
Dr. Sean Perry
Chapter 54: Lizards
Stacey Wilkinson
Chapter 55: Amphibians
Eric Klaphake
Author(s) CV
Jennifer E. Graham, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian / Exotic Companion Mammal), Dipl. ACZM, is an Associate Professor of Zoological Companion Animal Medicine in the Department of Clinical Sciences at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, North Grafton, Massachusetts, USA.
 
Grayson A. Doss, DVM, Dipl. ACZM, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Zoological Medicine in the Department of Surgical Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Wisconsin, USA.
 
Hugues Beaufrère, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACZM, ABVP (Avian), ECZM (Avian), is Associate Professor of Zoological Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California – Davis in Davis, California, USA.
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