Alex Dugdale is a RCVS and European Specialist in Anaesthesia, based at ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists. Veterinary Anaesthesia: Principles to Practice and millions of other books are . This item:Veterinary Anaesthesia: Principles to Practice by Alexandra Dugdale. Editorial Reviews. Review. “This is a very useful book that deserves its place on the shelves of 1st Edition, Kindle Edition. by Alexandra Dugdale (Author).
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Description This comprehensive textbook covers the key principles of veterinary anaesthesia and encompasses a wide range of species. Information is summarised vterinary a simple, reader-friendly format, while still providing the detail you need for an advanced level of study. The easy-reference structure is designed to help you identify and access topics of interest quickly.
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Over photographs and line drawings illustrate the scientific principles, equipment and the techniques you need to know. A self-test section at the end of every chapter helps you to learn and revise each topic.
As well as the technical and species-based chapters, you will find useful chapters that you can refer to as part of your daily practice: It is also a useful reference for veterinarians in practice and advanced veterinary nurses and technicians.
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Back cover copy A comprehensive textbook covering the key principles of veterinaryanaesthesia, encompassing a wide range of species.
ddugdale Information issummarised in a simple, reader-friendly format, but still providesthe detail you need for an advanced level of study. Theeasy-reference structure is designed to help you identify andaccess topics of interest quickly. Over photographs and linedrawings illustrate the scientific principles, equipment and thetechniques you need to know about.
A self-test section at the endof every chapter helps you to learn and revise each topic. As well as the technical and species-based chapters, you willfind useful chapters that you can refer to as part of your dailypractice: Quick Reference Guide to Analgesic InfusionsTrouble-shooting for common problems encountered inanaesthetised patientsAnaesthetic Machine ChecksCanine, Feline and Equine Emergency Drug Dose Charts Designed specifically for veterinary students and thosepreparing to take advanced qualifications in veterinaryanaesthesia.
It is also a useful reference for veterinarians inpractice and advanced veterinary nurses and technicians.
Veterinary Anaesthesia: Principles to Practice
Table of contents Preface and Acknowledgements vii About the authors viii Chapter 1 Concepts of general anaesthesia 1 Chapter 2 Pre-operative assessment 4 Chapter 3 Pain 8 Chapter 4 Small animal sedation and premedication 30 Chapter 5 Injectable anaesthetic agents 45 Chapter 6 Quick reference guide to analgesic infusions 55 Chapter 7 Intravascular catheters: Small animals Chapter 14 Local anaesthetic techniques for the limbs: Small animals Chapter 15 Miscellaneous local anaesthetic techniques: Small animals Chapter 16 Local anaesthetic techniques: Horses Chapter 17 Muscle relaxants Chapter 18 Monitoring animals under general anaesthesia Chapter 19 Troubleshooting some of the problems encountered in anaesthetised patients Chapter 20 Hypothermia: Local and general anaesthesia Chapter 34 Lamoids formerly South American camelids llamas, alpacas, guanacos and vicunas Chapter 35 Pigs: Vetterinary and emergencies procedure list Chapter titles in bold italics represent ‘Information only’ chapters.
Review Text “This is a very useful book that deserves its place dugdal the shelves of all veterinary practices, and should be used by anyone with an interest in veterinary anaesthesia”. Veterinary Record, 19 February “This is a very good, detailed guide to veterinary anesthesia with easy access to useful information for students, practitioners, or veterinarians taking advanced qualification.
It has the most up-to-date and clinically pertinent information, presented in an understandable and easy-to-use format”. Doody’s, January “Covers the essential topics from the basics to the practice of veterinary anesthesia.
Alex Dugdale – Equine Hospital – University of Liverpool
The learning objectives at the beginning and questions and further reading at the end of each chapter provide focus. Interspersed with chapters on more traditional subjects are informational chapters that cover some practical aspects of clinical anesthesia, such as guidelines for analgesic infusions, recognition and management of perianesthetic problems, and the cardiovascular medications small animal patients may be receiving when admitted for anesthesia Review quote “This is a very useful book that deserves its place on the shelves of all veterinary practices, and should be used by anyone with an interest in veterinary anaesthesia”.
She has over 10 years experience of teaching veterinary anaesthesia. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.