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    Veterinary Anaesthesia
    (10th Edition)
    By
    Leslie W. Hall
    MA BSc PhD Dr(Hons Causa) Utrecht DVA DEVC Hon DACVA FRCVS,
    Kathy W. Clarke
    MA VetMB DVA DVetMed MRCVS,
    Cynthia M. Trim
    BVSc MRCVS DVA DACVA DECVA




    • Publisher: --
    • Pages: 576
    • Edition: 10th., 2000
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0702020354
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780702020353


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    School of Veterinary Medicine, Cambridge, UK. Textbook covers anesthesia and analgesia in all large and small animal species. Includes expanded sections on exotic species and a new section on wild animals and birds. Principles and practice, anesthesia in the main species, and anesthesia in special cases are included. Illustrated. Previous edition: c1990.



    This is the classic reference anesthesia text, geared towards veterinary students but to be kept as a useful shelf reference during veterinary practice. The book clearly emphasises clinical, practical techniques and the authors keep it simple and clear. The book has a good overview of analgesics, and interesting discussions on computer-controlled anesthesia, total intravenous anesthetic protocols, controversies regarding preoperative blood testing and anesthesia for specific disease conditions in small animals. The book is very current, including transdermal fentanyl patches, propofol, desflurane and others.
    Species specific chapters are included, and these are useful. In addition, birds, lab animals and wildlife are included, and the inclusion of hedgehogs is certainly unique. The book has been written by and for British veterinarians, which explains the omission of commonly used drugs in the United States (such as Telazol).
    Overall, this is a solid, well rounded and up to date reference textboo
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