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The Veterinary Nurse's Practical Guide to Small Animal Anaesthesia



EditorNiamh Clancy

価格:12,540円 (本体 11,400円+税) 送料サービス

・Release: 2023

・ISBN: 9781119716921

・400 Pages

・Trim Size: 170.2 X 17.8 X 243.8 ・Paperback


An accessible guide to small animal anaesthesia for the veterinary practice

The Veterinary Nurse's Practical Guide to Small Animal Anaesthesia meets the need for a single practical guide to veterinary anaesthesia and its potential complications. Written by practicing veterinary nurses, the guide analyzes each stage in turn, beginning with a discussion of pre-assessment and pre-medication of patients. Most critically, it reviews the normal functioning of each physiological system in small animals before detailing common problems caused in these systems by anaesthesia.

Developed for the day-to-day needs of veterinary nurses, readers will also find:

  • Step-by-step guides to addressing specific issues such as GDV, brachycephalic patients, aggressive patients, and more
  • Detailed guidelines for interpreting common test results and biometrics such as capnography and ECGs
  • Chapters designed for easy reference in specific emergency situations

The Veterinary Nurse's Practical Guide to Small Animal Anaesthesia is an essential tool for veterinary nurses and veterinary technicians.

Table Of Contents

List of contributors


Chapter 1: Pre-anaesthetic Assessment and premedication

Chapter 2: Interpreting blood results

Chapter 3: Cardiovascular physiology

Chapter 4: Respiratory physiology & ventilation

Chapter 5: Blood pressure regulation and monitoring

Chapter 6: Capnography & Spirometry

Chapter 7: Pulse Oximetry

Chapter 8: Practical ECGs

Chapter 9: Fluid Therapy

Chapter 10: Induction Agents

Chapter 11: Inhalant Anaesthetic Agents

Chapter 12: Intubation

Chapter 13: The Anaesthetic Machine and Breathing Systems

Chapter 14: Anaesthesia Recovery

Chapter 15: Pain

Chapter 16: Local Anaesthetic techniques

Chapter 17: Constant rate infusions and calculations

Chapter 18: Case studies