BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Wound Management and Reconstruction. 2nd Edition. BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association

  • ID: 2223207
  • Book
  • Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 250 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The second edition of this best selling Manual has been thoroughly revised and updated under the direction of the new editorial team of John Williams and Alison Moores. Topics covered include wound healing, decision–making in closure, axial pattern flaps and pedicled muscle flaps. In addition, the Manual features case studies and step–by–step operative techniques. Specially commissioned illustrations accompany the chapters.
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1. The biology of wound healing (Giselle Hosgood).

2. Wound aetiology and classification (Juliet Pope).

3. Decision–making in wound closure (John Williams).

4. Management of open wounds (Davina Anderson).

5. Surgical drains in wound management and reconstructive surgery (Jane Ladlow).

6. Tension–relieving techniques and local skin flaps (Philipp Mayhew).

7. Axial pattern flap (Alison Moores).

8. Free skin grafting (Richard A.S. White).

9. Pedicled muscle flaps (Stephen Baines).

10. Microsurgery (David Fowler and John Williams).

11. Special considerations in wound management (Jacqui D. Niles).

12. Complications of wound healing (Ed Friend).

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"We have many BSAVA manuals on the shelf, but I can see myself needing this one more than most. Serious traumatic injuries can be very challenging and can take many of us out of our comfort zone. This manual provides a "comfort blanket" of experience, knowledge and techniques that I know many will benefit from having available in the practice library. If you don′t have the latest edition, treat yourselves to it now." – Vet Times, 2012
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