Veterinary practitioners caring for small animals are faced daily with the challenge of managing emergency and critical care situations. The appropriate treatment must be undertaken as quickly as possible and the most life threatening problem tackled first. By providing over 200 randomly organised cases in the form of integrated questions, illustrations and explanations, this book allows readers to test skills in emergency situations, making rapid decisions, diagnostic and treatment plans. Detailed explanatory answers are then provided which will guide them through each clinical situation. Written by a team of highly skilled authors from around the world, this book covers all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine where a co-ordinated team approach to patient care is needed. It has been welcomed by newly qualified veterinary practitioners, technicians, students and examination candidates.In addition, the cat requires approximately 10 ml/hour maintenance fluid rate. This cat can tolerate a relatively quick hydration replacement rate as it appears to have been ill only 3 days. Therefore, replacing the fluid deficit over 10 hours (500 anbsp;...
|Title||:||Small Animal Emergency & Critical Care Medicine|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-04-01|