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Large Animal Internal Medicine. Edition No. 6

  • ID: 4759582
  • Book
  • 1949 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Utilize a problem-oriented approach to the diagnosis of diseases of horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. Large Animal Internal Medicine, 6th Edition covers the diagnosis and management of disease in both ruminant and equine internal medicine. As the first veterinary internal medicine text to use a problem-based approach, it offers discussions of over 150 clinical signs and manifestations, as well as comprehensive coverage of laboratory and diagnostic testing. New to this edition is a versatile online reference platform and coverage of conditions that exist in Europe, Central and South America, Australia, and New Zealand. In addition, thoroughly revised and updated content includes new vaccines and vaccination protocols; the most current laboratories for DNA, genetic, and PCR testing; and colostrum supplements and replacers. It's everything you need to stay up to date with the latest information on preventing and treating disease in large animals.

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PART I: HISTORY, PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, AND MEDICAL RECORDS 1. Ruminant History, Physical Examination, and Records 2. Equine History, Physical Examination, Records, and Recognizing Abuse or Neglect in Patients

PART II: MANIFESTATIONS OF DISEASE 3. Pain 4. Alterations in Body Temperature 5. Alterations in Respiratory Function 6. Alterations in Cardiovascular and Hemolymphatic Systems 7. Alterations in Alimentary and Hepatic Function 8. Localization and Differentiation of Neurologic Diseases 9. Alterations in Body Weight or Size 10. Alterations in Urinary Function 11. Alterations in the Skin 12. Alterations in Sexual Function 13. Musculoskeletal Abnormalities 14. Collapse and Sudden Death

PART III: DISORDERS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE NEONATE 15. The Equine Peripartum Period 16. Assessment of the Newborn Foal 17. Manifestations and Management of Disease in Neonatal Foals 18. The Peripartum Ruminant 19. Initial Management and Clinical Investigation of Neonatal Ruminants 20. Manifestations and Management of Disease in Neonatal Ruminants 21. Colostrum and Milk Replacers

PART IV: COLLECTION OF SAMPLES AND INTERPRETATION OF LABORATORY TESTS 22. Clinical Chemistry Tests 23. Collection and Submission of Samples for Hematologic and Cytologic Studies 24. Alterations in the Erythron 25. Alterations in the Leukogram 26. Alterations in Blood Proteins 27. Alterations in Hemostasis 28. Collection and Analysis of Bone Marrow 29. Molecular Diagnostics

PART V: DISORDERS OF THE ORGAN SYSTEMS 30. Diseases of the Cardiovascular System 31. Diseases of the Respiratory System 32. Diseases of the Alimentary Tract 33. Diseases of Hepatobiliary System 34. Diseases of the Renal System 35. Diseases of the Nervous System 36. Mammary Gland Health 37. Diseases of the Hematopoietic and Hemolymphatic Systems 38. Diseases of the Bones, Joints, and Connective Tissues 39. Diseases of the Eye 40. Diseases of the Skin 41. Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases 42. Diseases of Muscle 43. Diseases of the Reproductive System

PART VI: PREVENTIVE AND THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES 44. Critical Care and Fluid Therapy 45. Rational Antimicrobial Therapy 46. Biosecurity and Infection Control 47. Prevention, Detection, and Response to Transboundary (Foreign) Animal Diseases 48. Use of Biologics in the Prevention of Infectious Diseases 49. Parasite Control Programs 50. Nutrition of the Sick Animal

PART VII: CONGENTIAL, HEREDITARY, IMMUNOLOGIC, AND TOXIC DISORDERS 51. Genetic Disorders 52. Genetic Tests for Large Animals 53. Immunologic Disorders 54. Disorders Caused by Toxicants
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Smith, Bradford P. Diplomate ACVIM, Professor Emeritus, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA.

Van Metre, David C Professor, Animal Population Health Institute, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Professor, Animal Population Health Institute, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Pusterla, Nicola Associate Professor, Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, California, USA.
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