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Manual of small animal emergency and critical care medicine
Douglass K. Macintire ... [et al.].
 
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Online
       
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF778 .M33 2005 (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks SF778 .M33 2005 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 0397584636
  • OCLC Number: 55220324
Notes
  • Includes index.
Table of Contents

15. Endocrine and metabolic emergencies -- 16. Reproductive emergencies -- 17. Pediatric emergencies -- 18. Ocular emergencies -- 19. Dermatologic emergencies -- 20. Toxicologic emergencies -- 21. Miscellaneous emergencies -- App. A. Calibration tables for the Schiotz tonometer -- App. B. Normal values for the canine and feline electrocardiogram -- App. C. CPCR guidelines -- App. D. Common equations -- App. E. Constant rate infusions -- App. F. Conversion tables -- App. G. Normal values for oxygen and hemodynamic parameters -- App. H. Toxicology -- App. I. Transfusion guide -- App. J. Drug formulary --App. K. Guidelines for anesthesia in animals with critical problems.Pt. I. Life support initial stabilization, monitoring and intensive care of the critically ill patient -- 1. Approach to the emergency patient -- 2. Emergency room readiness -- 3. Cardiopulmonary-cerebral resuscitation (CPCR) -- 4. Shock -- 5. Anesthetic protocols for short procedures -- 6. Fluid therapy -- 7. Monitoring critical patients -- 8. Nutritional support of critical patients -- Pt. II. Specific protocols and procedures for emergency conditions -- 9. Respiratory emergencies -- 10. Cardiac emergencies -- 11. Gastrointestinal emergencies -- 12. Urologic emergencies -- 13. Neurologic emergencies -- 14. Hematologic emergencies --
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