Essentials of Small Animal Anesthesia and Analgesia. 2nd Edition

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  • 584 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Essentials of Small Animal Anesthesia and Analgesia, Second Edition presents the fundamentals of managing small animal anesthesia patients in a clinically relevant, accessible manual. The bulk of the book is distilled from
Lumb and Jones' Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia to provide authoritative information in a quick–reference format, with references to
Lumb and Jones' throughout for easy access to further detail. Logically reorganized with an easy–to–use structure and an increased focus on pain management, this new edition features new chapters on equipment and managing specific conditions.

The Second Edition has been updated to reflect current practices in anesthesia and analgesia, and a new companion website offers review questions and answers, video clips, and an image bank with additional figures not found in the printed book. Essentials of Small Animal Anesthesia and Analgesia, Second Edition provides veterinary care providers and students with key information on anesthetic and analgesic pharmacology, physiology, patient assessment, and clinical case management.

Key features

- Practical, user–friendly distillation of Lumb and Jones' Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia
- Combines the authority of Lumb and Jones' with the accessibility of a quick–reference manual
- Allows readers to easily delve deeper into the subject matter by referencing information to Lumb and Jones'
- Offers new chapters on equipment and management of patients with specific conditions
- Fully revised throughout, with updated chapters and an increased focus on pain management
- Includes access to a companion website with review questions, videos, and an image bank at <a href="[external URL]
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Contributors vii

Contributors to Lumb and Jones′ Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, Fourth Edition viii

Preface xii

1 Patient evaluation and risk management 3William W. Muir, Steve C. Haskins, and Mark G. Papich

2 Anesthetic physiology and pharmacology 15William W. Muir, Wayne N. McDonell, Carolyn L. Kerr, Kurt A. Grimm, Kip A. Lemke, Keith R. Branson, Hui–Chu Lin, Eugene P. Steffey, Khursheed R. Mama, Elizabeth A. Martinez, and Robert D. Keegan

3 Pain physiology, pharmacology, and management 82Peter W. Hellyer, Sheilah A. Robertson, Anna D. Fails, Leigh A. Lamont, Karol A. Mathews, Roman T. Skarda, Maria Glowaski, Dianne Dunning, and Duncan X. Lascelles

4 Chronic pain management 147Duncan X. Lascelles and James S. Gaynor

5 Anesthesia equipment 158Craig Mosley

6 Patient monitoring 197Steve C. Haskins

7 Acid base balance and fl uid therapy 240William W. Muir, Helio S. A. de Morais, and David C. Seeler

8 Anesthesia management of dogs and cats 274Richard M. Bednarski

9 Anesthesia and immobilization of small mammals 300Paul A. Flecknell, Claire A. Richardson, Aleksandar Popovic, Rachael E. Carpenter, and David B. Brunson

10 Local anesthetics and regional analgesic techniques 326Roman T. Skarda and William J. Tranquilli

11 Anesthesia for patients with cardiovascular disease 378Tamara L. Grubb and Stephen A. Greene

12 Anesthesia for patients with respiratory disease and/or airway compromise 387Tamara L. Grubb and Stephen A. Greene

13 Anesthesia for patients with neurological disease 400Stephen A. Greene and Tamara L. Grubb

14 Anesthesia for small animal patients with renal disease 412Stuart Clark–Price

15 Anesthesia for patients with liver disease 422Fernando Garcia

16 Anesthesia for patients with gastrointestinal disease 434Jennifer G. Adams

17 Anesthesia for patients with endocrine disorders 455Stephen A. Greene and Tamara L. Grubb

18 Anesthetic considerations for special procedures 461Marjorie E. Gross, Elizabeth A. Giuliano, Marc R. Raffe, Rachael E. Carpenter, Gwendolyn L. Carroll, David D. Martin, Sandra Manfra Marretta, Glenn R. Pettifer, Tamara L. Grubb, Elizabeth M. Hardie, Victoria M. Lukasik, Janyce L. Cornick–Seahorn, Jennifer B. Grimm, and Steven L. Marks

19 Anesthetic emergencies and accidents 509A. Thomas Evans and Deborah V. Wilson

Index 528

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This book fulfils its role very well and actually goes beyond the essentials without being overwhelming.  It is a good resource at an affordable price that will be useful for veterinary students, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, interns, and residents alike.   (Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association, 16 September 2012)

This information will allow young practitioners to be able to communicate with staff members and owners about the benefits of pain management in pets. It will also equip them to be able to explain the methods for improving comfort in pets which can sometimes include massage and acupuncture.   (Tomorrow′s Vets, 1 January 2013)

Overall, this is a helpful review and quick reference for all veterinary professionals and students. Unlike other books covering anesthesia, this one provides a basic and quick reference guide that is an excellent resource for students and veterinary professionals alike.   (Doody s, 27 April 2012)

"All in all, it′s a nice little textbook that I expect will look as well thumbed as the BSAVA′s drug formulary within a few months." (Veterinary Record, 20 November 2011)

"This book should be a part of every student′s library, whether veterinary or technician. I extend many thanks to Wiley–Blackwell for giving me the opportunity to read and review this excellent textbook." (Examiner.com, 31 October 2011)

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