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.
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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.
Like the preceding volumes in this series, the goal of this new Pet Owner Educational Atlas – dedicated to neurology in dogs and cats – is to assist veterinary surgeons in providing pet owners with appropriate explanations regarding their pet’s condition or treatment. The information provided will also help practicing veterinary surgeons to consolidate their knowledge in this particular specialty.
Achieving the owner's acceptance and implication, both in the required diagnostic tests and therapeutic compliance is an essential aspect for the optimal resolution of any clinical case. To this end, it is necessary that he or she understands what is happening to the pet and what diagnostic and treatment guidelines are being established by the veterinary surgeon.
This new atlas focuses on how parasitic diseases can be diagnosed, treated, and prevented, with a special emphasis on those aspects on which pet owners can have an influence. It includes a classification of parasitic diseases according to the organ systems they affect, parasites in exotic animals, and a description of the most important zoonoses transmitted by dogs and cats.
This new volume of the collection Pet Owner Educational Atlas aims to help pet owners gain a better understanding of parasites, always through their veterinary surgeon's explanations and recommendations. It continues with the goal established in the first work: helping veterinarians in their communication with the pet owners when it comes to explaining how a parasitic disease is affecting their pets.
This atlas addresses the immune mechanisms of dogs and cats and describes the most important infectious and parasitic diseases. It has been designed as an aid to veterinary surgeons to help owners understand the processes underlying the development of some of the most important diseases of their pets, the immune mechanisms involved, and the importance of disease prevention through immunisation. The digital version includes 3D animations.
Using a simple and graphical approach this atlas addresses the mechanisms involved in the immune responses of dogs and cats, and describes the most important infectious and parasitic diseases, as well as the corresponding preventive strategies.
This new volume of the Pet owner educational atlas collection on the cardiorespiratory system of dogs and cats pursues the same objective as the previous books: helping veterinary surgeons to communicate with pet owners. In addition, as its contents are focused on one single system, the specificity of the topics addressed will also help veterinary practitioners to consolidate and broaden their knowledge.
This second volume of the pet owner educational atlas about dermatology continues with the goal established on the first work: helping veterinarians in their communication with pet owners. This new work goes deeper into the specialty of dermatology and will therefore allow veterinary surgeons to consolidate and update their knowledge.
This illustrated work aims at helping veterinary surgeons to communicate with pet owners. After the previous volume about surgery, this atlas dedicated to dermatology helps the vet to explain the physiological and pathological characteristics of skin as well as the characteristics of diagnostic tests, treatments and surgical techniques. Every illustration describes the clinical aspects of the dermatology consultation: anatomical and physiological considerations about the skin and its adnexa, and graphic descriptions of infectious, inflammatory, endocrine, allergic or tumoral diseases. The clarity and accuracy of the illustrations turn this atlas into another useful clinical tool.
The growing concern of dog owners for their pet’s health results in a greater demand for information and explanations from their vet. This atlas aims to assist vets in this communication task since it shows a series of high-quality illustrations, which clinicians will be able to use to transmit their messages in the most effective way possible. Each of the illustrations is thought to help in the different fields and specialties of canine clinical medicine. That is why this atlas has been structured by systems and shows many of the most common diseases in dogs. The clarity and precision of the drawings thought to facilitate and reduce the time spent on explanations to the owner, turn this atlas into another useful clinical tool
Each of the charts that make up this book has been thought to help veterinary surgeons transmit information in different fields and specialties of feline medicine to their clients, and includes small explanatory texts and tables that summarize the main concepts of interest. The clarity and precision of the drawings, designed to facilitate and reduce the time dedicated to giving explanations to owners, and the easy handling of the atlas thanks to the binding and finish chosen, turn it into another clinical tool.