Veterinary anesthesia and analgesia, 2003, 448 pages, diane mckelvey, k. wayne hollingshead, mosby, incorporated, 2003, ebook
Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, Diane McKelvey, K. Wayne Hollingshead, Mosby, Incorporated, 2003,0323019889, 9780323019880, 448 pages. This practical resource is a concise guide designed to prepareveterinary technicians to administer anesthesia in animals. It discusses essential topics such as preanestheticpreparation of the patient, induction procedures, monitoring animals' vital signs during the anesthetic period,and postoperative care. The operation of anesthetic machines and breathing circuits are described in detail, aswell as: the actions and side effects of anesthetic agents; the physiology of respiration, heart rate, and bloodpressure; emergency response; and specialized techniques such as local anesthesia, postoperative analgesia,and the use of muscle-paralyzing agents and ventilators. In addition to canine and feline anesthesia, thisedition has added information on anesthesia of rodents, rabbits, and other animals used in research, plus a newsection on anesthesia of cattle, horses, small ruminants and pigs.This is the only book on veterinary anesthesiawritten explicitly for technicians, providing detailed, essential information that technicians mustknow.Concepts are presented in a clear, readable, well-organized format with key points, learning objectives,and review questions.Health and Safety issues surrounding anesthesia are discussed and safety procedures areoutlined, as required by OSHA.Emphasis is placed on appropriate response to emergencies, and provisions ofthe effective pain control.Effective learning features such as objectives, key points, and review questions, helpreinforce key information.All drugs and procedures included throughout the book are fully areup-to-date.Clear, useful illustrations and tables highlight important facts and concepts.A solid balance oftheory and application takes the reader from learning to real-world practice.Step-by-step Procedures boxesclarify the technician's role in anesthesia delivery.Notes throughout the text highlight important precautionsand/or emergency interventions.A section on client education focuses on compliance with NPO instructionsand age-related complications of anesthesia.New information is provided on the use of NSAID (nonsteroidalantiinflammatory drugs - aspirin, ibuprofen) and opioid analgesics for pain control - now accepted as anindispensable aspect of anesthesia.Expanded discussions of sophisticated monitoring instruments andequipment address capnography, pulse oximetry, blood pressure measurement, and electrocardiology.Anexpanded section on anesthestic agents includes newer drugs such as medetomidine (Domitor) seroflurane,and analgesics such as carprofen (Rimadyl) and meloxicam (Metacam).The new title, previously published asSmall Animal Anesthesia and Analgesia, reflects this edition's expanded scope and inclusion of otherspecies.A new chapter on large animal anesthesia focuses predominantly on horses and cows.A new chapteron exotics covers various exotic pets, with an emphasis on pocket pets and birds.New line drawings andphotographs of new equipment and techniques for delivery bring the book up to date with advances in thefield.
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