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Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Procedures, Second Edition is a step-by-step guide to key emergency and critical care procedures encountered in both general and specialty practice. Now in full color, the second edition includes several new procedures, two new chapters covering cardiopulmonary resuscitation and continuous rate infusions, and a companion website offering videos demonstrating most of the procedures featured in the book. Helpful hints have also been added throughout to make the book even more useful in the practice setting. Each procedure includes information on the background, supplies needed, indications, and contraindications, followed by a series of images demonstrating the technique. This practical resource, ideally designed for use in fast-paced emergency situations, is an indispensable reference for any member of the veterinary team.
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
July 27, 2012
About the author
Timothy Hackett , DVM, MS, DACVECC, is the Chief of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and the Small Animal Medical Chief of Staff at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Elisa Mazzaferro , MS, DVM, PhD, DACVECC, is a criticalist at Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, a private referral hospital affiliated with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, located in Stamford, CT.
"In summary, this book is certainly a handy one to keep around in an emergency clinic. It readily and clearly depicts many important procedures that occur on a day-to-day basis in an emergency setting." ( Journal of Small Animal Practice , 1 December 2013) "This book will provide an on-going source for teaching and reference and will be a very welcome addition to my library." ( The Veterinary Journal , 1 August 2013) "Overall, this book is a good reference for anyone who intends to brush up on important emergency and critical-care techniques." ( Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association , 15 December 2012) "I would recommend this book for any practice library supported by further texts if the individual requires them." ( Veterinary Practice , 1 January 2013) "Overall, I think the book will be most useful for veterinary technicians, students and veterinarians entering the emergency field for the first time." ( Veterinary Record , 5 January 2013) "Also recommended for immediate reference is Timothy
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