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Current therapy in equine medicine 5

Author: N E Robinson
Publisher: Philadelphia : Saunders, ©2003.
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The latest expanded volume of the "gold standard" in equine medicine offers detailed guidance on the most up-to-date diagnostic methods, treatments, and preventive measures for both common and rare diseases of the horse. It features a systems approach, focusing on problems associated with each body system, with additional chapters on toxicology, nutrition, immunizations, and drug classes. New sections in this  Read more...
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Current therapy in equine medicine 5.
Philadelphia : Saunders, ©2003
(OCoLC)51937069
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: N E Robinson
ISBN: 9780721695402 072169540X
OCLC Number: 785831101
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 930 pages) : illustrations
Contents: SECTION I. Clinical Pharmacology --
1. Neonatal pharmacology and therapeutics --
2. Antimicrobial therapy --
3. NSAIDs --
4. Slow-acting disease modifying osteoarthritic agents --
5. Injectable anesthetic protocols --
6. Critical care therapy --
7. Preventing the spread of infectious disease --
8. Nutraceuticals --
9. Pharmaceutical compounding --
10. Drug testing --
SECTION II. Infectious Diseases --
11. Equine viral arteritis --
12. Equine herpesvirus --
13. Equine influenza --
14. Equine infectious anemia --
15. Viral encephalitides --
16. Vesicular stomatitis --
17. Lyme disease --
18. Salmonellosis --
19. Rhodococcus equi infections --
20. Strangles --
21. Equine protozoal myelitis --
22. Equine monocytic ehrlichiosis --
23. Equine granulocytic ehrlichiosis --
24. Leptospirosis --
SECTION III. Gastrointestinal Diseases --
25. Dental problems --
26. Differential diagnosis of oral ulceration --
27. Esophaeal obstruction (choke) --
28. Gastric ulcer syndrome --
29. Management factors associated with colic --
30. Gastric outflow obstruction --
31. Endotoxemia --
32. Modulation of intestinal motility --
33. Parenteral nutrition for colic patients --
34. Management of pain and dehydration --
35. Duodenitis-Proximal jejunitis --
36. Small intestinal strangulating obstruction --
37. Ileal impaction --
38. Large colon impaction --
39. Large colon volvulus and reperfusion injury --
40. Cecal impaction --
41. Right dorsal colitis --
42. Infiltrative bowel diseases --
43. Laparoscopic and ultrasonographic --
44. Rectal tears: initial management and liability --
45. Peritonitis --
46. Intestinal tapeworm infestation --
47. Resistant cyathostomosis --
48. Lawsonia intracellularis enteropathy --
49. Clostridium difficile infection --
50. Liver disease --
SECTION IV. Skin Diseases --
51. Photosensitivity --
52. Cutaneous drug reactions --
53. Atopy --
54. Arthropod hypersensitivity --
55. Mites and ticks --
56. Fly control --
57. Cutaneous habronemiasis --
58. Folliculitis --
59. Pastern dermatitis --
60. Sarcoid --
61. Non-neoplastic Sterile Nodules --
62. Cutaneous lymphosarcoma --
63. Papillomatosis --
64. Sporotrichosis --
65. Alopecia areata --
66. Linear alopecia and linear keratosis --
67. Pemphigus foliaceus --
68. Congenital skin disease --
69. Burns --
SECTION V. Reproduction --
70. Endometrial cytology --
71. Endometrial culture --
72. Endometrial cysts --
73. Endometrial biopsy --
74. Persistent mating-induced endometritis --
75. Photoperiod manipulation --
76. Induction of ovulation --
77. Use of ultrasund to stage estrus --
78. Twins --
79. Foal heat breeding --
80. Thyroid function and fertility --
81. Management of stallions for artificial breeding --
82. Endocrine Diagnostics for Stallion Subfertility --
83. Ovarian abnormalities --
84. Mare behavior problems --
85. Liquid preservation of equine semen --
86. Cryopreservation of semen --
87. AI with shipped semen --
88. Management of embryo donors--
--
89. Embryo collection storage and transfer --
90. Oocyte transfer --
91. Fetal sexing --
92. Peritoneal fluid --
93. Placentitis --
94. Placental hydrops --
95. Stallion injuries --
96. Ventral hernia and repubic tendon rupture --
97. Uterine torsion --
98. Induction of parturition --
99. Stallion behavior problems --
100. Obstetrics --
101. Evaluation of the postpartum mare and foal --
102. Postpartum prolapses and genital tract lacerations --
103. Management of postpartum hemorrhage --
104. Retained fetal membranes --
105. Perineal and cervical lacerations --
SECTION VI. Hematopoietic Diseases --
106. Diagnositc approach to anemia --
107. Blood loss anemia --
108. Anemia secondary to inadequate erythropoiesis --
109. Hemolytic anemia --
110. Thrombocytopenia --
111. Hemostatic disorders --
112. Blood and blood component therapy --
113. Poycythemia --
114. Lymphoproliferative and myeloproliferative disorders --
115. Vasculitis --
SECTION VII. Upper Airway Diseases --
116. Endoscopic examination of the upper airway --
117. Diagnosis of sinus diseases --
118. Progressive ethmoid hematoma --
119. Axial deviation of the aryepiglottic folds --
120. Arytenoid chondrosis --
121. Laryngeal hemiplegia in non-racehorses --
122. Guttural Pouch Disease --
123. Post-anesthetic upper airway obstruction --
124. Laser surgery of the upper airway --
125. Permanent tracheostomy --
126. Medical management of upper airway dysfunction --
SECTION VIII. Respiratory Diseases --
127. Tracheal aspirates --
128. Bronchoalveolar lavage --
129. Inflammatory airway disease --
130. Heaves --
131. Pleuropneumonia --
132. Interstitial pneumonia --
133. Exercise-induced pulmonary hemmorhage --
134. Pneumothorax, rib fractures, diaphragmaitc hernia --
135. Aerosol devices --
136. Aersol medications --
137. Immunomodulators in respiratory disease treatment --
SECTION IX. Eye Diseases --
138. Examination of the eye --
139. Equine vision and optics --
140. Ocular therapy --
141. Emergency treatment of ocular trauma --
142. Recurrent uveitis --
143. Ocular manifestations of equine herpesviruses --
144. Fungal keratitis --
145. Ocular squamous cell carcinoma and sarcoid --
146. Glaucoma --
147. Epiphora --
SECTION X. Musculoskeletal Disease --
SECTION XI. Cardiovascular Disease --
SECTION XII. Foal Diseases --
148. Evaluation and early care of the sick neonatal foal --
149. Immunodeficiencies of foals --
150. Neonatal isoerythrolysis --
151. Sedation and general anesthesia in foals --
152. Neonatal septicemia --
153. Foal diarrhea --
154. Cardiopulmonary resuscitiation --
155. Evaluation of the foal with colic --
156. Neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy --
157. Neonatal prematurity --
158. Respiratory disorders --
159. Infectious musculoskeletal disorders --
SECTION XIII. Urinary System --
160. Examination of the urinary system --
161. Urinary incontinence --
162. Congential disorders of the urinary tract --
163. Polydipsia and polyuria --
164. Urolithiasis and obstructive disease --
165. Urinary tract neoplasia --
166. Urinary tract infection --
167. Acute renal failure --
168. Chronic renal failure --
169. Renal tubular acidosis --
170. Aminoglycoside dosing --
171. Hematuria --
172. Uroperitoneum --
SECTION XIV. Nutrition --
173. Clinical assessment of nutritional status --
174. Dietary fat and fiber in equine nutrition --
175. Prebiotics and probiotics --
176. Nutrititional management in chronic disease --
177. Nutritional management of chronic exertional rhabdomyolysis --
178. Enteral and parenteral nutritional support of the critically ill neonate --
SECTION XV. Endocrine disorders --
SECTION XVI. Toxicology --
Appendices --
Table of drugs --
Clinical pathology data.
Responsibility: edited by N. Edward Robinson.

Abstract:

The latest expanded volume of the "gold standard" in equine medicine offers detailed guidance on the most up-to-date diagnostic methods, treatments, and preventive measures for both common and rare diseases of the horse. It features a systems approach, focusing on problems associated with each body system, with additional chapters on toxicology, nutrition, immunizations, and drug classes. New sections in this edition discuss clinical pharmacology and infectious diseases, and many new topics have been added to all sections, making it more comprehensive than ever. Internationally recognized editors and contributors present cutting edge information and authoritative perspectives. Each edition of Current Therapy in Equine Medicine is completely updated and rewritten to provide the latest diagnostic information and treatment/management options available. Many internationally recognized contributors have authored chapters related to their areas of expertise to present the definitive word on each topic. Helpful drug appendices provide a handy, quick reference for the clinical setting. New topics are presented to keep pace with the latest developments in the field.

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