Manual of Avian Practice
by Agnes E. Rupley
Edition: 1st ed., 1997
This practical handbook features problem-oriented approach to avian medicine. It encompasses an overview of the basic elements of avian practice, including history taking, medical examination, supportive care, equipment, practice management, and continuing education. It also details medical and surgical procedures, anesthetic protocols, sample collection, radiographs and other modes of imaging, clinical pathology, nutrition and general avian medicine.
With the aid of algorithms, this practical resource guides practitioners through selecting diagnostics, making a diagnosis, and selecting therapeutics. Features a complete list of differentials and information useful for making difficult diagnoses.