Urgences, Reanimation et Soins Intensifs du Chien et du Chat
by Isabelle Goy-Thollot, Christelle Decosne-Junot and Stephane Junot.
Publisher: Editions du Point Veterinaire
Edition: Dec. 2006
The textbook is resolutely practical. Articulated in 3 parts, this volumen contain more than 80 informative tables, more than 60 photographic illustrations and 28 explicative schemes. Certain procedures to follow on the animals feature in the anexes. The first part describes the basic elements to permit an optimal entrust of the dogs and cats on pathologic urgencies, as well as intensive care, including feeding, nursing and basic techniques to manage like catheterism, traqueotomy, gastrocentesis, etc. The second part abords the most frequent syndromes present on emergency: cardio-respiratory arrest, shock, respiratory distress, polytraumatism and acute abdomen. The third part details the affections found on the emergency consult, system by system. This chapters contribute with the keys for a busy practice and the treatment of the cases, possible complications and prognosis.
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