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Small animal critical care medicine [electronic resource]
by Deborah Silverstein and Kate Hopper.
 
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  • ISBN: 9781416025917
  • ISBN: 141602591X
  • OCLC Number: 460883304
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Part I: Assessment and Triage -- 1.Physical examination -- 2.Patient triage -- 3.Survival prediction index -- Part II: Frequently Encountered Problems in the Intensive Care Unit -- 4.Cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- 5.Fever -- 6.Hypotension -- 7.Oliguria -- 8.Deteriorating mental status -- 9.Tachypnea and hypoxemia -- 10.Shock -- 11.Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) -- 12.Nosocomial infections and zoonoses -- 13.Enteral nutrition -- 14.Parenteral nutrition -- Part III: Respiratory Disorders -- 15.Respiratory failure -- 16.Upper airway disease -- 17.Endotracheal intubation -- 18.Tracheostomy -- 19.Oxygen therapy -- 20.Allergic airway disease and asthma -- 21.Pulmonary edema -- 22.Pneumonia -- 23.Aspiration pneumonitis and pneumonia -- 24.Acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome -- 25.Pulmonary contusions and hemorrhage -- 26.Ventilator associated lung injury -- 27.Pulmonary thromboembolism -- 28.Smoke inhalation -- 29.Atelectasis -- 30.Pleural space disease -- 31.Thoracocentesis -- 32.Thoracostomy tube placement and drainage -- 33.Chest wall disease -- 34.Non-respiratory look-alikes -- Part IV: Cardiovascular Disorders -- 35.Cardiogenic shock -- 36.Left ventricular failure -- 37.Feline cardiomyopathy -- 38.Canine cardiomyopathy -- 39.Valvular heart disease -- 40.Myocardial contusion -- 41.Myocardial infarction -- 42.Hypertensive crisis -- 43.Pericardial diseases -- 44.Pericardial tamponade -- 45.Bradyarrhythmias and conduction disturbances -- 46.Supraventricular tachyarrhythmias -- 47.Ventricular tachyarrhythmias -- 48.Myocarditis -- 49.Arterial catheterization -- 50.Pulmonary arterial catheterization -- 51.Temporary transvenous pacing -- 52.Trancutaneous pacing -- 53.Cardioversion and defibrillation -- Part V: Electrolyte and Acid-Base Disturbances -- 54.Sodium disorders -- 55.Potassium disorders -- 56.Calcium disorders -- 57.Magnesium disorders -- 58.Phosphate disorders -- 59.Acid-base disturbances -- 60.Lactic acidosis -- Part VI: Fluid Therapy -- 61.Peripheral venous catheterization -- 62.Intraosseous catheterization -- 63.Central venous catheterization -- 64.Daily intravenous fluid therapy -- 65.Shock fluids and fluid challenge -- 66.Transfusion medicine -- Part VII: Endocrine Disorders -- 67.Diabetic ketoacidosis -- 68.Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar syndrome -- 69.Hypoglycemia -- 70.Diabetes insipidus -- 71.Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone -- 72.Thyroid storm -- 73.Myxedema coma -- 74.Pheochromocytoma -- 75.Relative Adrenal insufficiency -- 76.Hypoadrenocorticism -- Part VIII: Intoxications -- 77.Approach to poisoning and drug overdose -- 78.Ethylene glycol -- 79.Acetominophen and salicylates -- 80.Illicit drugs -- 81.Rodenticides -- 82.Sedative, muscle relaxant, and narcotic overdose -- 83.Calcium channel and beta-block drug overdose -- 84.Digoxin overdose -- 85.Cyanide -- 86.Carbon monoxide -- 87.Methemoglobinemia -- 88.Cyclic antidepressant drug overdose -- 89.Anticholineric poisonings -- 90.Serotonin syndrome -- 91.Anticholinesterase toxicity -- 92.Ivermectin toxicity -- 93.Pyrethrins -- 94.Snake envenomation -- 95.Spider bite -- Part IX: Neurologic Disorders -- 96.Coma scales -- 97.Seizures and status epilepticus -- 98.Spinal cord injury -- 99.Intracranial hypertension -- 100.Lower motor neuron disease -- 101.Tetanus -- 102.Hepatoencephalopathy -- 103.Vestibular disease -- 104.Cerebrospinal fluid sampling -- Part X: Infectious Disorders -- 105.Sepsis -- 106.Septic shock -- 107.Gram-positive infections -- 108.Gram-negative infections -- 109.Fungal infections -- 110.Viral infections -- 111.Canine parvovirus -- 112.Endocarditis -- 113.Urosepsis -- 114.Necrotizing soft-tissue infections -- 115.Catheter-related bloodstream infection -- 116.Hematologic Disorders -- 117.Hypercoagulable states -- 118.Bleeding disorders -- 119.Thrombocytopenia -- 120.Anemia -- 121.Acute hemolytic disorders -- 122.Blood smear evaluation -- Part XI: Intra-abdominal Disorders -- 123.Acute abdominal pain -- 124.Acute pancreatitis -- 125.Acute cholecystitis -- 126.Hepatitis and cholangiohepatitis -- 127.Hepatic failure -- 128.Gastroenteritis -- 129.Motility disorders -- 130.Gastrointestinal hemorrhage -- 131.Vomiting and Regurgitation -- 132.Diarrhea -- 133.Peritonitis -- 134.Gastric dilatation volvulus and bloat -- Part XII: Urogenital Disorders -- 135.Acute renal failure -- 136.Chronic renal failure -- 137.Hemodialysis and Peritoneal dialysis -- -- 138.Urinary catheterization -- 139.Pyometra -- 140.Dystocia and Obstetric crises -- 141.Paraphimosis and priapism -- 142.Mastitis -- Part XIII: Surgical and Postoperative Conditions -- 143.Preoperative evaluation of the critically ill patient -- 144.Postoperative evaluation of the critically ill patient -- 145.Post-craniotomy management -- 146.Portosytemic shunt management -- 147.Peritoneal drainage techniques- -- 148.Post-thoracotomy management -- 149.Post-cardiac surgery management -- -- 150.Post-cardio-pulmonary bypass management -- 151.Kidney transplantation -- Part IV: Trauma -- 152.Traumatic brain injury -- 153.Thoracic trauma -- 154.Abdominal trauma -- 155.Abdominocentesis -- 156.Diagnostic peritoneal lavage -- 157.Wound management -- 158.Thermal burn injury -- 159.Electrical and lightning injuries -- 160.Massive transfusion -- Part XV: Anesthesia and Pain Management -- 161.Pain and sedation assessment -- 162.Sedation of the critical patient -- 163.Anesthesia of the critical patient -- 164.Analgesia and continuous rate infusions -- 165.Complementary and alternative therapies -- -- Part XVI: Miscellaneous Disorders -- 166.Hypothermia -- 167.Heat stroke -- 168.Anaphylaxis -- 169.Near drowning -- 170.Fat embolism -- 171.Tumor lysis syndrome -- 172.Ocular disease in the intensive care unit -- 173.Air embolism -- 174.Critical pediatric patients -- 175.Critical geriatric patients -- Part XVII: Pharmacology -- 176.Vasoactive catecholamines -- 177.Vasopressin -- 178.Antihypertensives -- 179.Nitroglycerin -- 180.Diuretics -- 181.Gastrointestinal protectants -- 182.Anti-emetics -- 183.Neuromuscular blockers -- 184.Narcotic agonists and naloxone -- 185.Benzodiazepines and flumazenil -- 186.Anticonvulsants- -- 187.Anticoagulants -- 188.Thrombolytic agents -- 189.Digoxin -- 190.Antidysrhythmic agents -- 191.Beta blockers -- 192.Inhaled medications -- 193.Complications of chemotherapeutic agents -- 194.Principles of antimicrobial use -- 195.Penicillins and cephalosporins -- 196.Aminoglycosides -- 197.Fluoroquinolone -- 198.Macrolides -- 199.Antifungal therapy -- 200.Miscellaneous antibiotics -- Part XVIII: Monitoring -- 201.Daily assessment of the critical patient -- 202.Nutritional assessment -- 203.Hemodynamic monitoring -- 204.Urine output -- 205.Colloid osmotic pressure and osmolality -- 206.Intraabdominal pressure -- 207.Capnography -- 208.Blood gas and oximetry monitoring -- 209.Intracranial pressure monitoring -- 210.Sedation monitoring -- 211.Electrocardiogram evaluation -- 212.Cardiac output monitoring -- Part XIX: Mechanical Ventilation -- 213.Basic mechanical ventilation -- 214.Advanced mechanical ventilation -- 215.Jet ventilation -- 216.Care of the ventilator patient -- 217.Discontinuing mechanical ventilation -- Appendix -- Conversion tables -- Calculations and continuous rate infusions -- Reference ranges -- Management of the critical care unit.
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