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Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia

Edited by Luis Campoy, Matt Read
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Iowa State University Press, Arnes, AI, United States
Published: 12th Jan 2012
Dimensions: w 191mm h 251mm d 19mm
Weight: 820g
ISBN-10: 0813819946
ISBN-13: 9780813819945
Barcode No: 9780813819945
Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia is an up-to-date, complete resource for performing local anesthetic techniques in small animals. This practical, clinically oriented reference presents step-by-step procedures for performing common locoregional blocks and is organized logically by body system. The first book to draw information on this topic into one resource, Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia is equally useful as a comprehensive reference and as a quick source of information with checklists and pictures to assist with performing various blocks in practice. Beginning with introductory sections offering an overview of general considerations for patient preparation and pharmacology, the heart of the book is devoted to detailed instructions for performing regional anesthetic techniques, including reviews of the literature, useful illustrations, diagrams, and clinical tips. Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia provides an invaluable tool for veterinary anesthesiologists and practitioners who incorporate local and regional anesthetic techniques into their small animal practices.

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The book can be recommended for specialist anaesthetists and, in particular for trainees in the subject .It may also serve as a source of reference for veterinary surgeons in general practice who wish to develop the procedures in their practice. (The Veterinary Journal, 1 August2013) However, none of those books are as concise, thorough, and dedicated to local and regional anaesthesia of small animal patients as is this book. (Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association, 15 March 2013) It will be useful and stimulating reading for any vet in small animal practice with an interest in anaesthesia, and will be particularly valuable for residents or those preparing for postgraduate examinations. (Veterinary Record, 7 September 2013)