Electrocardiography of the dog and cat, 2nd edition provides all the theoretical and practical information necessary to understand and identify rhythm abnormalities. This text will be particularly useful to accurately diagnose complex arrhythmias using precise electrocardiographic criteria that the authors have developed by confirming mechanisms of arrhythmias with intracardiac electrophysiologic studies. This book is a must-have reference for anyone interested in learning the basics of electrocardiography and those who face the challenge of interpreting the most complex arrhythmias in a clinical or research setting.
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This book is unique, developed by the main worldwide experts in this issue. It is an extremely valuable tool for any veterinary practitioner willing to deepen into physiopathology, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of feline endocrine diseases, with an approach and contents never published so far. the most common endocrine conditions in cats are deeply discussed and addressed: hyperthyroidism, type-II diabetes mellitus, and growth hormone excess.
Written by one of the most eminent specialists in Spain, this book enables veterinary surgeons to further their knowledge in physiotherapy and veterinary rehabilitation, as well as to discover the possibilities offered by this discipline in the treatment of musculoskeletal and nervous pathologies in pets.
This book describes, with the help of high-quality images, the different surgical techniques used to treat the main orthopaedic conditions affecting the hindlimbs in cats and dogs. Drawing from their experience, the authors provide practical information on how to plan and perform these surgical procedures and how to manage patients postoperatively.
This illustrated work has the aim to assist the veterinary surgeon with his/her communication with the pet owner. Following the last book spirit dedicated to the surgery, in this atlas, the drawings about internal and external parasites of dogs and cats will make easier the explanations of the veterinary surgeon to his/her customers, as well as the control, prevention, and treatment plans that the veterinary surgeon needs to set up in some cases. The clarity and accuracy of the drawings, designed to make understandable and to reduce the time spent on the explanations to the pet owner, make this atlas another useful clinical tool. This book is aimed at veterinary surgeons, students, teachers, and professionals in this field.
This notebook includes drawings of the anatomical structures, most frequent ailments and some of the most commonly used surgical techniques in dogs and cats. Its purpose is to facilitate communication between vets and their clients, since it will enable them to explain graphically what is happening to the pet, where, and the procedure for the possible resolution of the problem.
This book describes the different clinical aspects a veterinary surgeon should bear in mind when dealing with a senior patient. It addresses, by organ system, the particularities of the different diseases typical of this stage of life, the corresponding diagnostic protocols, and the special care and treatment required, with an emphasis on the most recent medical and surgical approaches and on the management of anaesthesia for surgical procedures.
This book highlights all the medical aspects that the veterinary practitioner should bear when dealing with a senior feline patient. The key points of each system and disease are addressed clearly. The practical application of the information provided is the book's main asset, always from the perspective of their physiological peculiarities and response to the treatment.
Felix Vallejo is a founding member of the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association (AVEPA) Group of Specialists in Feline Medicine (GEMFE). He has always evinced a passion for feline medicine. He is a great colleague and, above all, a great friend. We are tremendously proud to see his book published.
The head and neck addresses the diseases that affect the head and neck structured by anatomical location, and the surgical procedures that are usually used to solve them. The diseases and surgical techniques are described in detail and the information provided is accompanied by numerous high-quality images and illustrations. The book also includes QR codes linked to videos for further information and to aid in the understanding of the techniques.
This new book in the Small Animal Surgery series reviews some of the surgical errors and complications that may occur in daily practice when performing surgery. It is intended for surgeons starting their professional careers and residents, as well as experienced veterinary surgeons, since it must not be forgotten that errors can occur at any time, no matter how much experience one may have.
This new volume of the collection “Small animal surgery” is a selection of the main surgical procedures explained in the previous volumes. The greatest asset of this book is that it is based on high-quality videos, which accompany each of the surgical techniques. These are classified according to the degree of difficulty. This book is the result of the author’s thorough and careful work and is an essential resource both for veterinary professionals in practice and students of veterinary surgery.
In this book, the authors have tried to show, in a brief and practical manner, the basic principles and techniques that veterinary surgeons, nurses and students should know, master and improve to enhance the surgical care provided to their patients.The book features chapters about the different methods and techniques to control bacterial contamination and surgical infection, both in terms of the fight against microorganisms and the surgeons’ and assistants’ practices in the operating theatre.
José Rodríguez, together with Guillermo Couto and Jorge Llinás, surprises us again with a new volume of the Small Animal Surgery collection, although this time he focuses on the application of bloodless surgery. The author and his colleagues use their wide experience to show readers the importance of ensuring appropriate haemostasis in surgical procedures.
This volume of the collection presents the anatomical region of the thorax. It gives a detailed description of thoracic surgical procedures, ranging from the most common ones, such as thoracotomy, to the most complex ones such as the placement of a transvalvular patch in cases of pulmonary valve stenosis.
Servet presents the third volume of the publication “Small animal surgery”, which describes the main surgical procedures on the cranial abdomen of the dog, cat and ferret. This work, which has been acclaimed by professionals, stands out for the excellence of its images and the step-by-step description of each surgical technique using real clinical cases.
This publication explains step by step how to approach and carry out caudal abdomen surgeries, by means of photos, diagrams and real clinical cases. Real clinical cases are described, showing the most appropriate surgical interventions for each of them.. Essential both for practicing professionals and students of veterinary surgery.
Photographs, diagrams and real clinical cases explain, step by step, the methods of approach and resolution for the main surgical interventions in the rectal, anal and perineal zones. An essential work for both practicing professionals and surgery students.
This edition of the Veterinary suture handbook expands the contents of the previous edition with updated and more practical information. It includes basic aspects such as the different types of sutures, their characteristics and those of the instruments used, and the latest and most innovative materials. It also provides detailed descriptions of their use and advice on how to apply them to ensure the best results. In addition, the authors give greater relevance to the suturing of the different organs according to their characteristics and to new techniques, and a whole chapter is dedicated to eye surgery.
This book deals with the main orthopaedic conditions of the stifle joint in dogs and cats, so veterinary surgeons can assess, diagnose and treat the disorders commonly seen in their practice. It is intended to help veterinary clinicians make a correct diagnosis and prognosis and establish the most appropriate drug or surgical treatment for each case. Orthopaedic pathologies of the stifle joint contains plenty of high-quality images and illustrations as well as links to videos through QR codes, which provide additional information and contribute to making the book even more practical.
Dr. Joaquín J. Sopena has gathered together for that work a remarkable team of national and international specialists in skin surgery in small animals, presenting a versatile work on clinical cases. The book will be structured in a practical and applied manner, aiming at providing a detailed description of each case, including the surgical technique and many pictures and step-by-step series. More than 30 clinical cases on skin surgery will serve as a guide for every vet in practice confronted for the first time to similar cases. This publication will be a reference guide for those veterinary surgeons whose intention is to improve clinical management of big wounds requiring one or several surgeries.
In this book, the most common fractures in the canine species and the way to solve them by osteosynthesis are described. The first six chapters are devoted to the general aspects of bone growth and healing, the following chapters set out the various alternatives to address fractures and the different applicable osteosynthesis systems.
In summary, this book, thanks to its structure, the tremendous amount of graphic material that it provides, the comprehensible language, and its eminently practical focus, is of great use to both veterinary students as well as professional veterinarians specialized in traumatology, which they will surely use to streamline their decision making in their daily traumatology practice.
This book aims to introduce veterinary surgeons to a new concept of pain for a better understanding of what pain is and how it occurs. By describing pain pathways and their regulation, as well as the sophisticated therapeutic systems that are currently being developed, this book shows its readers how to interpret pain, and how to identify it as a pathology in itself and treat it as such. The management of chronic pain in companion animals is an area in which there is a significant therapeutic void. In many cases, professionals are unaware of the appropriate approach to managing chronic pain, despite the wide range of pharmacological, surgical, and physical therapy options that act directly on the pain pathways.
In this practical atlas, the description of the anatomy of the dog’s joints provided in the previous edition has been completed and complemented with new tools, 3D animations, and self-evaluation tests that will help readers acquire knowledge and form a better understanding of joint anatomy and function – elements of great importance for each dog’s physical health and well-being.
A visual guide with a strongly educational approach covering the main joints in the limbs of the dog. It shows the anatomical elements of each of these joints in three-dimensional diagrams. The views chosen for each case have been selected for a practical purpose, showing the position of the elements involved in the most commonly used surgical approaches. It also describes the key orthopaedic conditions affecting each joint and the most commonly used surgical approaches. It contains a large number of images and illustrations, and a selection of views presented in digital video format.
A practical and simple manual on the methods and techniques to measure blood pressure in cats and dogs, how to interpret the results obtained, and the recommended treatments. It includes a brief review of the current official recommendations of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM), with clear rules and guidelines.
This is a pioneering book in veterinary medicine. The reader will be able to visualize what really is happening in a diseased heart. Through three-dimensional representation and augmented reality; every disorder can be seen, almost touching the 3D model above the book. The pathologies' changes in blood flow can be visualized, bringing the reader even closer to the pathophysiological reality. The text addresses the major points of pathophysiology and diagnostic keys for the most common diseases, and the illustrations and pictures are a bridge between the 3D models and the text. Thus, the book succeeds in joining diagnosis, particularly a test such as echocardiography, to understand the pathophysiology.
Atlases of cytology are an essential tool in small animal practice. Diagnostic cytology, which is used extensively in routine clinical practice, requires the most comprehensive cell identification possible. This is best achieved with the help of numerous images that reflect the most characteristic and distinguishing features of the different cytological patterns, and this book will therefore be of great use to the reader in the diagnostic process of many pathologies.
Routine preventative dental care is essential to prevent dental and oral health problems in cats. With more than 400 high-quality images, clear anatomical illustrations, and thorough descriptions, this new volume on veterinary dentistry focused exclusively in cats aims at being a guide for quick visual identification and prompt diagnosis and treatment of oral and dental problems in this domestic species.
A good mouth care is paramount to prevent health problems in dogs. However, some oral conditions may sometimes be really challenging to diagnose and treat. With almost 500 high-quality images, clear anatomical illustrations, and thorough descriptions, this new volume on veterinary dentistry aims at being a quick visual guide for diagnosing oral problems in dogs.
Dental care is essential to prevent dental and oral health problems in dogs. It is nowadays a routine procedure for most veterinary practices. However, some dental pathologies are sometimes really difficult to diagnose and treat. With almost 400 high-quality images, clear anatomical illustrations, and descriptions of numerous diagnostic tests, this atlas constitutes a reference handbook for a quick visual identification with a clear orientation towards a precise diagnosis and treatment. In short, this is an essential tool for a better understanding of dental pathologies in dogs.
This self-assessment manual allows veterinary surgeons and veterinary students to test their knowledge of small animal dermatology. The book presents a variety of different clinical cases, replete with images of affected patients and relevant data. Based on this information, the reader can identify the disease process in question in a simple and entertaining way, thus refreshing and expanding their knowledge of diagnosis and treatment.