Veterinary Anaesthesia, 11th Edition
- all large and small animal species covered in one book: includes new advances in anaesthesia in horses, birds, lab animals and wild animals
- glossary of USA and UK drug names: up-dated coverage of all new anaesthetic agents in Europe and the USA
- first section covers principles of drug action, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
- the only book to discuss anaesthesia of individual species in detail: lot of info on anaesthesia of goats, sheep and other herbivores such as camels and llamas
- also covers analgesia in all species
- chapter on special cases such as anaesthesia in obstetrics
- chapter on anaesthetic accidents and crises !
- Presents a range of new chapters from contributors of international repute.
- The evidence base has been expanded and, wherever possible, information is supported by a review of the literature.
- Now in colour throughout, the all-new design includes check-list boxes to facilitate understanding/troubleshooting and increase safety.
- New illustrations have been added in many chapters to clarify practical points of technique.
In memoriam L. W. Hall
SECTION 1 PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES
1. An introduction to anaesthesia
And general considerations
2. Patient monitoring and clinical measurement
3. An introduction to pharmacokinetics
4. Principles of sedation, anticholinergic agents, and principles of premedication
6. Injectable anaesthetic agents
7. General pharmacology of the inhalation anaesthetics
8. Relaxation of the skeletal muscles
9. Pulmonary gas exchange: artificial ventilation of the lungs
10. Apparatus for administration of anaesthetics
SECTION 2 ANAESTHESIA OF THE SPECIES
11. Anaesthesia of the horse
12. Anaesthesia of cattle
13. Anaesthesia of sheep, goats and other herbivores
14. Anaesthesia of the pig
15. Anaesthesia of the dog
16. Anaesthesia of the cat
17. Anaesthesia of small mammals, exotic pets, aquatic and small wildlife
Stephen J. Divers
18. Chemical immobilization of wild animals
Sonia M. Hernandez
19. Anaesthesia for obstetrics
20. Anaesthesia for intrathoracic procedures
22. Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation (CPCR)
Jennifer G. Adams
Kathy W. Clarke, MA, VetMB, DVA, DVetMed, MRCVS, Department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, Royal Veterinary College, UK and Cynthia M. Trim, BVSc, MRCVS, DVA, DACVA, DECVA,, Department of Large Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA