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Feline Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
Feline Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2° ed., 623 pagg., 150 ill., John Wiley & Sons, ottobre 2022
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A concise and practical quick reference for veterinary practitioners dealing with feline emergencies
The updated Second Edition of Feline Emergency and Critical Care Medicine delivers a practical guide for veterinary practitioners dealing with injured or ill cats.
The book focuses on clinically oriented information tailored to a fast-paced emergency setting. Perfect as a quick reference—with a concise outline format designed to facilitate immediate access to critical information—this edition of the popular book emphasizes the skillful and informed management of feline veterinary emergencies.
The new edition of Feline Emergency and Critical Care Medicine also includes:
  • A thorough introduction to veterinary approaches to the care of critically ill cat, cardiopulmonary-cerebral resuscitation, shock, and trauma
  • Comprehensive explorations of anesthetic protocols for systemically healthy cats and pain management in critically ill feline patients
  • Practical discussions of general approaches to neurologic emergencies, including those involving the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral organs
  • In-depth examinations of a wide variety of emergency surgical procedures, including gastrointestinal, urinary, and other surgeries
Feline Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Second Edition is an invaluable resource for feline and small animal veterinary practitioners and emergency and critical care specialists.

1. Approach to the Critically Ill Cat
2. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
3. Shock
4. Trauma
5. Anesthesia for Critically Ill Feline Patient
6. Anesthetic Protocols For Systemically Healthy Cats
7. Analgesia in the Critically Ill Cat
8. Fluid Therapy
9. Nutritional Support for the Critically Ill Feline Patient
10. Respiratory Emergencies and Pleural Space Disease
11. Upper Airway Disease
12. Lower Airway Disease
13. Parenchymal Disease
14. Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Feline Cardiac Emergencies
15. Management of Specific Cardiac Diseases
16. Management of Thromboembolic Disease Secondary to Heart Failure
17. Arrhythmias
18. General Approach to the Acute Abdomen
19. Diagnostic Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Conditions
20. Management of Specific Gastrointestinal Conditions
21. Urologic Emergencies – General Approach: Diagnostic Evaluation, Monitoring, and
       Therapeutic Techniques for the Urological System
22. Urologic Emergencies: Ureters, Bladder, Urethra, GN, and CKD
23. Acute Kidney Injury
24. General Approach and Overview of the Neurologic Cat
25. Neurologic Emergencies: Brain
26. Neurologic Emergencies: Spinal Cord
27. Neurologic Emergencies: Peripheral
28. Hematologic Emergencies: Bleeding
29. Hematologic Emergencies: Anemia
30. Management of Specific Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases: Diabetes Mellitus
31. Management of Specific Endocrine and Metabolic Disease: Other
32. Electrolyte Disorders
33. Reproductive Emergencies
34. Pediatric Emergencies
35. Feline Geriatric Emergencies
36. Ocular Emergencies
37. Dermatologic Emergencies
38. Toxicological Emergencies
39. Environmental Emergencies
40. Common Technical Procedures in the ER
41. Creating a minimal stress emergency environment

42. Surgical Section
42.1 Emergency Gastrointestinal Surgery
42.2 Emergency Urinary Surgery
42.3 Emergency Hepatobiliary Surgery
42.4 Emergency Reproductive Surgery
42.5 Emergency Traumatic and Reconstructive Surgery
42.6 Emergency Ophthalmic Surgery

Kenneth J. Drobatz is Professor and Chief of Critical Care and Director of the Emergency Service at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Erica Reineke is Associate Professor in the Section of Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Merilee F. Costello is a Critical Care Specialist at a Private Specialty Hospital.
William T. N. Culp is Professor at the University of California School of Veterinary Medicine in Davis, California, USA.

Codice Articolo: MEDUR70
ISBN: 9781119565871
Peso: 2100 g
Area: Cane/Gatto
Disciplina: Medicina d'urgenza
IVA: Esente IVA