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Manual of equine anesthesia and analgesia
DOHERTY-VALVERDE-REED
Manual of equine anesthesia and analgesia
2° ed., 704 pagg., 100 ill., John Wiley & Sons, Febbraio 2022

Codice Articolo: EQUIN342
ISBN: 9781119631286
Peso: 1400 g
Area: Cavallo
Disciplina: Anestesiologia
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A fully updated new edition of this practical guide to managing anesthesia in horses and other equids, providing updated and expanded information in a concise, easy-to-read format
 
Manual of Equine Anesthesia and Analgesia provides practitioners and veterinary students with concise, highly practical guidance to anesthetizing horses, donkeys, and mules.
Using a bulleted quick-reference format, this popular resource covers the basic physiological and pharmacological principles of anesthesia, patient preparation and monitoring, and the management of sedation and anesthesia. Chapters written by leading veterinary anesthesiologists contain numerous clinical images and illustrations, case examples, tables, diagrams, and boxed summaries of important points.
Now in full color, the second edition features extensively revised and updated information throughout. New sections cover chronic pain, management of horses undergoing MRI, ventilators, nerve blocks for reproductive surgery, muscle relaxants, various new drugs, paravertebral anesthesia, treatment of pain using acupuncture and physical rehabilitation techniques, and more. Up-to-date appendices contain drug lists and dosages as well as equations related to equine cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This concise, easy-to-follow guide:
  • Provides practical, clinically oriented information on anesthetizing equids
  • Uses a bulleted format designed for fast access of key information
  • Offers step-by-step instructions and diagrams of nerve blocks of the limbs, head, and ophthalmic structures
  • Includes new coverage of topics including regulation of extracellular fluid and blood pressure, acid-base disorders, and hemodynamic effects of autonomic drugs
Manual of Equine Anesthesia and Analgesia, Second Edition, remains a must-have resource for all equine practitioners and veterinary students involved with anesthetizing horses.
Contenuti
Chapter 1 Preoperative Evaluation
The risk of equine anesthesia
Tanya Duke-Novakovski
Patient preparation
Tanya Duke-Novakovski
 
Chapter 2 Serum Chemistry and Hematology
Carla Sommardahl
 
Chapter 3 The Cardiovascular System
Physiology of the cardiovascular system
Tamara Grubb
Evaluation of the cardiovascular system
Daniel G. Kenney
 
Chapter 4 The Respiratory System
Anatomy of the respiratory system
Robert Reed
Physiology of the respiratory system
Carolyn Kerr
Evaluation of the respiratory system
Tom Doherty
Airway management
Tom Doherty
Tracheostomy
Tanner Snowden, Jim Schumacher
 
Chapter 5 The renal system
Natalie S. Chow
 
Chapter 6 Neurophysiology and Neuroanesthesia
Tanya Duke-Novakovski
 
Chapter 7 The autonomic nervous system
Christine Egger
 
Chapter 8 Electrolyte and Fluid therapy
Electrolytes
Rachel A. Reed
Fluid therapy
Christopher K. Smith
 
Chapter 9 Acid-base Physiology
Traditional approach
Alex Valverde, Tom Doherty
Physicochemical approach
Diego Gomez, Alex Valverde
 
Chapter 10 Hemostasis and hemotherapy  
Hemostasis
Kira L. Epstein
Hemotherapy
Kira L. Epstein
 
Chapter 11 Thermoregulation
Chiara E. Hampton
 
Chapter 12 Pharmacology of drugs used in equine anesthesia
Phenothiazines
Butyrophenones
Alpha2 adrenergic agonists
Opioids
Tramadol
Trazadone
Benzodiazepines
Guaifenesin
Ketamine
Tiletamine and zolazepam (TZ)
Alfaxalone
Propofol
Barbiturates
Alicia Skelding
Intravenous lidocaine
Patricia Queiroz-Williams
Horse related drug regulations in Europe
Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger, Simone K Ringer
 
Chapter 13 Inhalational anesthetics
Rachel A. Reed
 
Chapter 14 Local anesthetics
Catherine M. Creighton, Leigh Lamont
 
Chapter 15 Neuromuscular blocking agents in horses
Manuel Martin-Flores, Daniel M. Sakai
 
Chapter 16 Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs and Corticosteroids
Stephanie Kleine
 
Chapter 17 Anesthetic machines and equipment
Rachel A. Reed
 
Chapter 18 Positioning the anesthetized horse
Hui Chu Lin
 
Chapter 19 Monitoring
Monitoring the central nervous system
Joanna C. Murrell
Cardiovascular monitoring
Alanna N. Johnson
Respiratory monitoring
Alanna N. Johnson
Anesthetic agent monitoring
Alanna N. Johnson
Monitoring temperature
Chiara E Hampton
Monitoring neuromuscular function
Manuel Martin-Flores, Daniel M Sakai
 
Chapter 20 Standing sedation
Catherine M. Creighton
 
Chapter 21 General anesthesia techniques
Inhalational anesthesia
Total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA)
Partial intravenous anesthesia (PIVA)
Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger, Simone K. Ringer
 
Chapter 22 Anesthesia of the head and neck
Anesthesia of the head
Jim Schumacher, John Schumacher, Ray Wilhite
Maxillary nerve block in donkeys
Usama Hagag
Cervical plexus block
Luis Campoy
Chapter 23 Local anesthesia of the eye
Daniel S. Ward
 
Chapter 24 Anesthesia of the Limbs
Jim Schumacher, John Schumacher, Ray Wilhite
 
Chapter 25 Anesthesia of the perineum and testicle
Pudendal nerve block – Electrostimulation technique
Kirsty Gallacher, Luiz Santos
Pudendal nerve block – blind approach
Jim Schumacher
Local anesthesia for castration
Phillip D. Jones
 
Chapter 26 Anesthesia of the abdominal wall
Thoracolumbar paravertebral block (TPVB) - Electrostimulation technique
Luiz Santos, Kirsty Gallacher
Paravertebral nerve block – Blind technique
Alex Valverde
Transversus abdominis plane block
Alex Valverde, Flavio Freitag
Caudal intercostal block for abdominal surgery (CIBAS)
Benjamin Gingold
 
Chapter 27 - Epidural analgesia and anesthesia
Alex Valverde
 
Chapter 28 Pathophysiology of pain
Rachel A. Reed
 
Chapter 29 Pain recognition in horses
Karina B. Gleerup, Casper Lindegaard, Pia Haubro Andersen
 
Chapter 30 Management of Pain
The pharmacologic approach to pain management
Rachel A. Reed
Rehabilitation modalities for acute and chronic pain in horses
Tena L. Ursini
Equine acupuncture
Neal Valk
 
Chapter 31 Anesthesia of foals
Tom Doherty, Alex Valverde
 
Chapter 32 Anesthesia of horses with intestinal emergencies (colic)
Tom Doherty
 
Chapter 33 Anesthesia of the geriatric horse
Reza M. Seddighi
 
Chapter 34 Anesthesia and pregnancy
Lydia Donaldson
 
Chapter 35 Anesthesia for equine imaging
Carrie A. Davis
 
Chapter 36 Anesthesia of Donkeys and Mules
Anatomical, physiological, and behavioral differences
Suzanne L. Burnham
Sedation and Anesthesia of Donkeys and Mules
Tom Doherty
Donkey pain assessment scales
Machteld van Dierendonck , Thijs van Loon
 
Chapter 37 Remote capture of equids
Nigel Caulkett
 
Chapter 38 Complications
Intraoperative hypotension
Christopher K. Smith, Tom Doherty
Intraoperative hypertension
Tom Doherty
Hypoxia and Hypoxemia
Rachel A. Reed
Hypercarbia
Tom Doherty
Pulmonary edema as a consequence of airway obstruction
Tom Doherty
Endotoxemia
Tom Doherty
Postanesthetic myopathy
Krista B. Mitchell
Neuropathy
Rachel A. Reed
Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (HYPP)
Alanna Johnson, Rachel A. Reed
Malignant hyperthermia
Alanna Johnson, Rachel A. Reed
Delayed awakening and recovery
Tom Doherty
Paraphimosis and Priaprism
Meggan Graves, Jim Schumacher
Anaphylactic and anaphylactoid reactions
Rachel A. Reed
Intra-carotid and perivascular injections
Rachel A. Reed
Equine cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Genevieve Bussieres
 
Chapter 39 Recovery from anesthesia
Bernd Driessen
 
Chapter 40 Euthanasia
Ron Jones, Tom Doherty
CV Autore/i
Tom Doherty
MVB, MSc, Dip ACVAA, is Professor (retired) at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.
 
Alex Valverde
DVM, DVSc, Dip ACVAA, is Professor at Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
 
Rachel A. Reed
DVM, DACVAA, is Clinical Associate Professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, USA.
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