The new edition of the hugely successful Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian gives you all the information you need to form a diagnosis quick and accurately, establish a prognosis and recommend treatment for a patient suffering and illness, injury or toxic event. Easy-to-read bullet-point text gives quick access to the most essential information needed to treat emergency cases quickly and efficiently. Loads of practical appendices of commonly used drugs and supplements, drugs in special circumstances (e.g. safe drugs in pregnancy, drugs to avoid in renal failure, etc.), clinical chemistry and laboratory data, conversion tables, and many more, are included for easy reference to essential data. With step-by-step coverage of cardiopulmonary emergencies, trauma gastrointestinal emergencies, toxicological events, a greatly expanded chapter on exotic pets, and much more, Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian gives you the facts you need to help you save more lives faster!Maintenance phase of fluid therapy begins once shock and/or dehydration has been corrected. A. (30 A BW ... 2 kg and 50 kg. B. For any dog or cat of any body weight, 70 A BW kg0.75 = mL/24 h. ... maintenance. F. Shortcut version: multiply body weight (pounds) by 1.25 a hourly fluid rate (mL/h) or administer 1a2 mL/lb/ h.
|Title||:||Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian3|
|Author||:||Signe J. Plunkett|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2012-12-14|