ABSTRACT

Early recognition of problems by owners, appropriate first aid, and timely referral by field veterinarians improve the chance of survival for horses requiring emergency management and critical care. With a view toward improving patient outcome, Equine Emergency and Critical Care Medicine is written by a team of enthusiastic equine specialists who e

part |2 pages

PART 1 EMERGENCY MEDICINE

chapter 4|52 pages

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

ByMelinda Frye, Vanessa L. Cook, Louise L. Southwood, Pamela A. Wilkins

chapter 7|30 pages

NEUROLOGY Pamela A. Wilkins

chapter 8|28 pages

EYE AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES

ByElizabeth J. Davidson, Mary Lassaline-Utter

chapter 10|66 pages

TOXICOLOGY Robert H. Poppenga

part |2 pages

PART 2 CRITICAL CARE

chapter 13|10 pages

INOTROPE AND VASOPRESSOR THERAPY

ByBrett S. Tennent-Brown, Janyce Seahorn

chapter 14|12 pages

SEDATION AND ANALGESIA Janyce Seahorn

chapter 15|14 pages

NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT Brett S. Tennent-Brown

chapter 16|22 pages

ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS James A. Orsini

chapter 17|24 pages

THE SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE

ByMichelle H. Barton, K. Gary Magdesian

chapter 18|32 pages

POSTOPERATIVE COLIC PATIENT

chapter 19|8 pages

THE PREGNANT MARE Pamela A. Wilkins

chapter 20|12 pages

THE NEONATE

ByNURSING CARE

chapter 21|4 pages

THE RECUMBENT HORSE Pamela A. Wilkins