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Canine and Feline Anesthesia and Co–Existing Disease

  • ID: 2866179
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Canine and Feline Anesthesia and Co–Existing Disease is the first book to draw together clinically relevant information on the anesthetic management of dogs and cats with existing disease conditions.  Providing a detailed reference on avoiding and managing complications resulting from concurrent disease, the book offers a ready reference for handling anesthesia in patients with common presenting diseases.  Organized by body system, Canine and Feline Anesthesia and Co–Existing Disease is designed to allow the reader to quickly find and apply advice for anesthetizing patients with specific conditions.

Each chapter presents in–depth, practical information on the special considerations before, during, and after sedation and anesthesia of a patient with a given disease.  Canine and Feline Anesthesia and Co–Existing Disease is a useful reference for general practitioners, veterinary students, specialists in a variety of areas, and veterinary anesthesiologists alike.

Key features

  • Brings together information on managing anesthesia  in  patients with concurrent disease into a single resource
  • Covers a wide range of common presenting diseases
  • Offers specific guidance for preventing and managing complications related to pre–existing disease
  • Provides a practical, clinically oriented guide for sedating patients with specific conditions
  • Organized by body system to allow quick access to information
  • Presents the most current concepts about veterinary anesthesia and analgesia, especially as it pertains to patients with co–existing disease
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List of contributors, ix

Preface, xi

1 Cardiovascular disease, 1Jonathan M. Congdon

2 Respiratory disease, 55David B. Brunson and Rebecca A. Johnson

3 Neurologic disease, 71Erin Wendt–Hornickle

4 Hepatobiliary disease, 82Carrie A. Schroeder

5 Gastrointestinal disease, 93Juliana Peboni Figueiredo and Todd A. Green

6 Renal disease, 116Carrie A. Schroeder

7 Perioperative fluid, electrolyte, and acid base disorders, 129Carolyn L. Kerr

8 Endocrine disease, 151Berit L. Fischer

9 Nutritional disease, 175Lindsey B.C. Snyder

10 Ophthalmic disease, 179Phillip Lerche

11 Oral and maxillofacial disorders, 187Christopher J. Snyder and Jason W. Soukup

12 Hematologic disorders, 203Molly Shepard and Benajmin Brainard

13 Skin and musculoskeletal diseases, 223Paulo V.M. Steagall

14 Infectious disease, 248Jusmeen Sarkar

15 Neoplastic disease, 264Veronica Salazar

16 Cesarean section and pregnancy, 299Turi K. Aarnes and Richard M. Bednarski

17 Neonatal, pediatric, and geriatric concerns, 310Anderson Fávaro da Cunha

18 Disorders related to trauma, 320Andre Shih and Alessandro Martins

Index, 331

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Lindsey B.C. Snyder
Rebecca A. Johnson
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