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xiii, 356 pages ; 24 cm
  • DOMESTIC ANIMALS AS COMPARATIVE MODELS TO HUMANS: Equine Exercise Physiology: A Historical Perspective Kenneth H. McKeever The Pig Model for the Study of Obesity and Associated Metabolic Diseases Kolapo M. Ajuwon Growth Hormone and the Chick Eye Steve Harvey and Carlos G. Martinez-Moreno Porosome Enables the Establishment of Fusion Pore at its Base and the Consequent Kiss-and-Run Mechanism of Secretion from Cells Bhanu P. Jena MOLECULAR REGULATION OF GROWTH / METABOLIC EFFICIENCY Epigenetics and Developmental Programming in Ruminants - Long-Term Impacts on Growth and Development Lawrence P. Reynolds, Alison K. Ward and Joel S. Caton Molecular physiology of feed efficiency in beef cattle Claire Fitzsimons, Mark McGee, Kate Keogh, Sinead M. Waters and David A. Kenny Hormonal Control of Energy Substrate Utilization and Energy Metabolism in Domestic Animals Colin G. Scanes and Rodney A. Hill REPRODUCTION Reproduction in Poultry: An Overview Murray R. Bakst ANIMAL STRESS AND WELFARE Stress in Livestock Animals: From Domestication to Factory Production W.M. Rauw and L. Gomez Raya Biology of Stress in Livestock and Poultry Colin G. Scanes, Yvonne Vizzier-Thaxton and Karen Christensen FUTURE DIRECTIONS Nutrient Transporter Gene Expression in Poultry, Livestock and Fish Eric A. Wong, Elizabeth R. Gilbert and Katarzyna B. Miska Novel Peptides in Poultry: A Case Study of the Expanding Glucagon Peptide Superfamily in Chickens (Gallus gallus) Yajun Wang.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498747851 20171009
There is increasing interest in the biology of domestic animals ranging from genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, nutritional physiology, and systems biology. This book touches on all of these, with a particular focus on topics such as domestic animals as comparative models to humans, molecular regulation of growth, metabolic efficiency, reproduction, and the impact of stress on growth and development. The book concludes with a discussion on the current and future directions for researchers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498747851 20171009
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource : illustrations
Boorman's Pathology of the Rat: Reference and Atlas, Second Edition continues to be the most comprehensive pathology reference and standard on rat strains. It is a vital resource for researchers across science and medicine using rat models in the laboratory, offering an added emphasis on the Sprague-Dawley and Wistar rat strains that is inline with current research across academia, government, and industry. In addition, the book provides standard diagnostic criteria, basic content on histology, histological changes that result from drug toxicity and neoplasm, pathology terminology, and four-color photographs from the NTP archive and database. With updated references and photographs, as well as coverage of all rat strains, this book is the standard in the field, invaluable to toxicologists, biologists, and other scientists engaged in regulatory toxicology who must make the transition from pathology results to promulgation of meaningful regulations. Contains full, four color photographs from the NTP archive and database and coverage of all rat strains Organ-by-organ and system-by-system approach that provides a standard diagnostic criteria, and basic content on histology and histological changesIncludes comprehensive and detailed background incidence data Presents detailed descriptive content regarding changes in rat models during research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780123914897 20180115
1 online resource.
  • Foreword ix Preface xi Acknowledgements xiii Introduction xv Part One Chapter 1 Molecular Biology of Cancer and Aging 3 Chapter 2 Caring for Geriatric Cancer Patients: The Concept of Pawspice and What Is Needed Aside from Medical Care 23 Part Two Chapter 3 The Warning Signs of Cancer in Geriatric Pets 43 Chapter 4 Basic Types of Cancer and Their Biological Behavior 89 Chapter 5 Generating the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Cancer in Geriatric Pets 103 Part Three Chapter 6 Treating Cancer in Geriatric Pets 137 Principles and Philosophic Perspective 137 The Role of Surgery in Cancer Management 144 Chemotherapy in the Management of Geriatric Cancer 152 Adverse Effects of Cancer Therapy in Geriatric Pets 165 The Role of Radiation Therapy in Cancer Management 184 Immunotherapy, Cancer Vaccines, and Gene Therapy 190 Chemoprevention and Immunonutrition 195 Integrative and Alternative Medicine 204 Electroporation and Electrochemotherapy Chapter 7 Pain Control for the Geriatric Cancer Patient 213 Chapter 8 Decision Making with Advanced and Recurrent Cancer in the Geriatric Patient 241 Chapter 9 When and How to Decide That a Geriatric Cancer Patient Is Terminal 277 Chapter 10 Palliative Care: End of Life Pawspice Care 293 Chapter 11 Euthanasia for the Geriatric Cancer Patient 319 Chapter 12 The Veterinary Professional/Client Relationship: Supporting Your Clients Supporting Yourselves Chapter 13 Professional Support: The Wellbeing of the Veterinarian and the Team Appendix 1 Specific Tumor Protocols 335 Appendix 2 Handouts for Clients 351 Appendix 3 Cartoon Maps 361 Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290391 20171009
Canine and Feline Geriatric Oncology: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond, Second Edition provides a complete clinical approach to the most common neoplasias in geriatric dogs and cats. Provides the tools needed to diagnose and treat aging pets with cancer and to help clients make the best decisions for themselves and their animalsAddresses the "what-ifs" that often arise during interactions with clients of aging pets with cancer and helps to determine when a pet should enter the hospice phaseFeatures many vignettes and real-life case studies to demonstrate the issues faced by clinicians and owners dealing with older dogs and cats with cancer and end-of-life issuesFully updated and expanded with new and revised information, including new knowledge on palliative and hospice care and self-care techniques for carers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290391 20171009
xix, 684 pages ; 29 cm
A flexible, current, and comprehensive look at the biological, industry, and species approaches to Animal Science, complete with worldview information and societal issues. Relevant and timely, Introduction to Animal Science features the most comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of the traditional disciplines that are so essential to a solid foundation in Animal Science: nutrition, digestion, feeds, genetics, reproduction, disease, and animal behavior. The text's comprehensive, non-traditional approach introduces the discipline as an ever-changing, integral part of every aspect of human existence. Author W. Stephen Damron not only presents thorough coverage of the major species and their respective concerns, he challenges readers to consider the many pressing interests relevant to Animal Science as it influences and is influenced by society today. The Sixth Edition features updated, expanded, and improved coverage including the latest statistical information as appropriate; improvements to the lactation chapter, the animal health chapter, and the animal health sections in each of the species chapters; substantial updates in the biotechnology chapter and the nutrition chapters; enhanced material on food safety; new figures and redesigned and updated graphics throughout; streamlined tables with greater emphasis on example information; and enhanced margin terms and glossary terms to facilitate reading and understanding of the material.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134436050 20170522
Science Library (Li and Ma)
1 online resource.
  • About the Editors List of Contributors Foreword Preface Part I The History of Laser Therapy Chapter 1 The History of Laser Therapy Ronald J. Riegel Part II The Theory and Science of Laser Therapy Chapter 2 Fundamental Information Ronald J. Riegel and John C. Godbold, Jr. Chapter 3 Laser Physics In Veterinary Medicine Bryan J. Stephens Chapter 4 Therapy Laser Safety Kenneth E. Bartels Chapter 5 Basic Principles of Photobiomodulation and Its Effects at the Cellular, Tissue, and System Levels Juanita J. Anders, Ann Kobiela Ketz, and Xingjia Wu Part III Practical Applications of Laser Therapy Chapter 6 General Principles of Laser therapy Jeffrey J. Smith Chapter 7 Contraindications, Special Considerations, and Precautions John C. Godbold and Ronald J. Riegel Part IV Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Companion Animals Chapter 8 Pain Management Jennifer F. Johnson Chapter 9 Intra and Postoperative Laser Therapy Steven Buijs and John C. Godbold, Jr Chapter 10 Wounds David S. Bradley Chapter 11 Dermatological and Non-Musculoskeletal Soft Tissue Conditions Daniel M. Core and John C. Godbold, Jr. Chapter 12 Snake Bites Barbara R. Gores Chapter 13 Musculoskeletal Disorders and Osteoarthritis Lisa A. Miller Chapter 14 Upper and Lower Respiratory Conditions Ray A. Arza Chapter 15 Oral Conditions Ray A. Arza Chapter 16 Abdominal Conditions Richard L. Godine Chapter 17 Neurological Conditions Richard L. Godine Chapter 18 Laser Therapy for the Geriatric Patient Erin O'Leary Chapter 19 Feline Specific Conditions Jennifer O. Lavallee and James Olson Part V Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Canine Sports Medicine Chapter 20 Laser Therapy for the Canine Athlete Debra Canapp Chapter 21 Discipline Specific Canine Sports Medicine Applications Deborah M. Gross Part VI Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Companion Animal Rehabilitation Chapter 22 Laser Therapy and Multimodal Postoperative Rehabilitation Jeffrey J. Smith Chapter 23 Laser Therapy and Injury Rehabilitation Matt Brunke Chapter 24 Laser Therapy and MultiModal Performance Maintenance Deborah M. Gross Chapter 25 Laser Therapy and Geriatric Rehabilitation Dianne Adjan Logan VII Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Exotic Animals Chapter 26 Laser Therapy for Exotic Small Mammals Jorg Mayer and Robert D. Ness Chapter 27 Laser Therapy for Birds Robert D. Ness and Jorg Mayer Chapter 28 Laser Therapy for Reptiles Jorg Mayer and Robert D. Ness Chapter 29 Laser Therapy for Aquatic Species Donald W. Stremme Chapter 30 Zoological Applications of Laser Therapy Liza Ivana Dadone and Tara Harrison VIII Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Equine Practice Chapter 31 Fundamentals of Equine Laser Therapy Ronald J. Riegel Chapter 32 Administering Laser Therapy to the Equine Patient Ronald J. Riegel Chapter 33 Laserpuncture for the Equine Patient Ronald J. Riegel Chapter 34 Laser Therapy for the Treatment of Equine Wounds Ronald J. Riegel Chapter 35 Laser Therapy and Equine Performance Maintenance Sean Redman Chapter 36 Laser Therapy and Multimodal Equine Rehabilitation Brenda S. McDuffee Chapter 37 High Intensity Laser Therapy for the Equine Patient Damiano Fortuna Part IX Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy in Food Animal Practice Chapter 38 Laser Therapy in Food Animal Practice Julie Gard Part X Laser Therapy and Alternative and Regenerative Therapies Chapter 39 Laser Therapy and Acupuncture Carolina Medina Chapter 40 Laser Therapy in Veterinary Regenerative Medicine Debra Canapp Part IX Integrating Laser Therapy into Veterinary Medicine Chapter 41 Successful Implementation and Marketing of Laser Therapy Diane J. Miller Chapter 42 The Role of Veterinary Technicians and Nurses in Laser Therapy Renaud Houyoux and Laura Kortelainen Chapter 43 Return on the Investment in a Therapy Laser David J. Fenoglio Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119220114 20170424
Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine: Photobiomodulation is a complete guide to using therapeutic lasers to treat veterinary patients, focusing on practical information. * Offers a comprehensive resource for incorporating therapeutic lasers in veterinary practice * Focuses on practical information tailored for the veterinary clinic * Written by 37 leading experts in veterinary laser therapy * Provides a thorough foundation on this standard-of-care modality * Emphasizes clinical applications with a real-world approach.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119220114 20170424
1 online resource.
  • 1 Rabbits 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Integument Conditions 2 1.3 Endocrine Conditions 21 1.4 Respiratory Disorders 22 1.5 Musculoskeletal Disorders 31 1.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 35 1.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 52 1.8 Genitourinary Conditions 54 1.9 Nervous System Disorders 62 1.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 67 1.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 69 2 Ferrets 95 2.1 Introduction 95 2.2 Integument Disorders 95 2.3 Endocrine Conditions 104 2.4 Respiratory Conditions 108 2.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 112 2.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 113 2.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 124 2.8 Genitourinary Conditions 125 2.9 Nervous System Conditions 129 2.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 131 2.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 137 3 Guinea Pigs 157 3.1 Introduction 157 3.2 Integument Conditions 157 3.3 Endocrine Conditions 165 3.4 Respiratory Conditions 168 3.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 171 3.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 174 3.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 179 3.8 Urogenital Conditions 181 3.9 Nervous System Conditions 185 3.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 186 3.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 188 4 Chinchillas 203 4.1 Introduction 203 4.2 Integument Disorders 203 4.3 Endocrine Disorders 205 4.4 Respiratory Conditions 206 4.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 209 4.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 210 4.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 219 4.8 Genitourinary Conditions 221 4.9 Nervous System Conditions 222 4.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 226 4.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 226 Bibliography 228 5 Rats 237 5.1 Introduction 237 5.2 Integument Conditions 238 5.3 Endocrine Conditions 247 5.4 Respiratory Conditions 249 5.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 256 5.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 256 5.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 264 5.8 Urogenital Conditions 265 5.9 Nervous System Conditions 271 5.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 273 5.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 275 6 Hamsters 295 6.1 Introduction 295 6.2 Integument Conditions 295 6.3 Endocrine Conditions 302 6.4 Respiratory Conditions 304 6.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 306 6.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 307 6.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 316 6.8 Genitourinary Conditions 319 6.9 Nervous System 323 6.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 324 6.11 Ophthalmic System 325 7 Gerbils 339 7.1 Introduction 339 7.2 Integument Conditions 339 7.3 Endocrine Conditions 343 7.4 Respiratory Conditions 344 7.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 344 7.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 344 7.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 348 7.8 Genitourinary Conditions 349 7.9 Nervous Conditions 352 7.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 352 7.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 353 8 Mice 361 8.1 Introduction 361 8.2 Integument Conditions 361 8.3 Endocrine Conditions 368 8.4 Respiratory Conditions 368 8.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 374 8.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 376 8.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 385 8.8 Urogenital Conditions 388 8.9 Nervous System Conditions 392 8.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 394 8.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 396 9 Hedgehogs 409 9.1 Introduction 409 9.2 Integument Conditions 410 9.3 Endocrine Conditions 414 9.4 Respiratory Conditions 415 9.5 Musculoskeletal Conditions 415 9.6 Gastrointestinal Conditions 416 9.7 Cardiovascular Conditions 419 9.8 Genitourinary Conditions 420 9.9 Nervous System Conditions 421 9.10 Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Conditions 423 9.11 Ophthalmic Conditions 424 Bibliography 425 Index 441.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813818313 20171009
Pathology of Small Mammal Pets presents a ready reference for veterinarians, veterinary pathologists, and technicians who work with small mammal companion animals. Provides up-to-date, practical information on common disease conditions in small mammal companion animalsOffers chapters logically organized by species, with comprehensive information on diagnosing diseases in each speciesTakes a practical, system-based approach to individual disease conditionsCovers clinical signs, laboratory diagnostics, gross pathology, histopathology, and differential diagnoses in detailIncludes relevant information for conventional breeding operations and breeding facilities, with strategies for disease management in herds and colonies Features information on normal anatomy in included species to assist in recognizing pathology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813818313 20171009
xii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • William Cavendish and Hobbesian horsemanship
  • Riding houses and polite equestrianism
  • Astley's amphitheatre
  • Henry William Bunbury and the mock manuals of horsemanship.
"Explores the history of horse-human relationships over the long eighteenth century, and how these relationships in turn influenced performances of gender. Examines the agential influence of horses in their riders' lives, horses on stage and the early circus, and the politicization of human-animal being"--Provided by publisher.
Green Library
400 pages ; 24 cm
  • Part 1. How chicken became essential
  • Illness, and a bad year
  • Better living through chemistry
  • Meat for the price of bread
  • Resistance begins
  • Proving the problem
  • Part 2. How chicken became dangerous
  • Epidemics as evidence
  • The triumph of the hybrids
  • The cost of containment
  • The unpredicted danger
  • Part 3. How chicken changed
  • The value of small
  • Choosing cooperation
  • The view from the barn
  • The market speaks
  • The past creates the future
  • Epilogue.
What you eat matters--for your health, for the environment, and for future generations. In this riveting investigative narrative, renowned health journalist Maryn McKenna dives deep into the world of modern agriculture by way of chicken: from the farm where it's raised directly to your dinner table. Consumed more than any other meat in the United States, chicken is emblematic of today's mass food-processing practices and their profound influence on our lives and health. Tracing its meteoric rise from scarce treat to ubiquitous global commodity, McKenna reveals the astounding role of antibiotics in industrial farming, documenting how and why "wonder drugs" revolutionized the way the world eats--and not necessarily for the better. Rich with scientific, historical, and cultural insights, this spellbinding cautionary tale shines a light on one of America's favorite foods--and shows us the way to safer, healthier eating for ourselves and our children.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781426217661 20171017
Science Library (Li and Ma)
xiv, 547 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • 1: Presenting and Summarizing Data2: Probability3: Random Variables and their Distributions4: Population and Sample5: Estimation of Parameters6: Hypothesis Testing7: Simple Linear Regression8: Correlation9: Multiple Linear Regression10: Curvilinear Regression11: Fixed Effects One-way Analysis of Variance12: Random Effects One-way Analysis of Variance13: Mixed Models14: Concepts of Experimental Design15: Blocking16: Change-over Designs17: Factorial Experiments18: Hierarchical or Nested Design19: Split-plot Design20: Analysis of Covariance21: Repeated Measures22: Analysis of Numerical Treatment Levels23: Discrete, Categorical and other Non-normal Dependent Variables-: Solutions of ExercisesAppendix A: Vectors and MatricesAppendix B: Statistical Tables.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786390356 20171002
Designed to cover techniques for analysis of data in the animal sciences, this popular textbook provides an overview of the basic principles of statistics enabling the subsequent applications to be carried out with familiarity and understanding. Each chapter begins by introducing a problem with practical questions, followed by a brief theoretical background. Most topics are followed up with numerical examples to illustrate the methods described using data-sets from animal sciences and related fields. The same examples are then solved using the SAS software package. Key features of this third edition: - Updated throughout, and covers a wealth of new distributions and new material on non-normal dependent variables - Improved clarity of text and examples - Includes both basic techniques and more complex procedures to provide an essential resource whatever your level - Contains exercises and many worked examples in SAS. Written primarily for students and researchers in animal sciences, the text is also useful for those studying agricultural, biological, and veterinary sciences.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786390356 20171002
Science Library (Li and Ma)

10. The buffalo war [2001]

1 streaming video file (57 min.) : digital, sound, color
THE BUFFALO WAR is the moving story of the Native Americans, ranchers, government officials and environmental activists currently battling over the yearly slaughter of America's last wild bison. Yellowstone National Park bison that stray from the park in winter are routinely rounded up and sent to slaughter by agents of Montana's Department of Livestock, who fear the migrating animals will transmit the disease brucellosis to cattle, despite the federal Department of Agriculture's urging that this is unlikely. This film explores the controversial killing by joining a 500-mile spiritual march across Montana by Lakota Sioux Indians who object to the slaughter. Led by Lakota elder Rosalie Little Thunder, the marchers express their cultural connection to bison and display the power of tradition and sacrifice.
1 online resource (xxiii, 1203 pages) : illustrations
  • Section 1. Introduction Section 2. Coagulation of Milk Section 3. Starters and Manufacture Section 4. Cheese Ripening Section 5. Public Health Aspects Section 6. Cheese Technology Section 7. Diversity of Cheese.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780124170124 20170612
Cheese: Chemistry, Physics and Microbiology, Fourth Edition, provides a comprehensive overview of the chemical, biochemical, microbiological, and physico-chemical aspects of cheese, taking the reader from rennet and acid coagulation of milk, to the role of cheese and related foods in addressing public health issues. The work addresses the science from the basic definition of cheese, to the diverse factors that affect the quality of cheese. Understanding these fermented milk-based food products is vital to a global audience, with the market for cheese continuing to increase even as new nutritional options are explored. Additional focus is provided on the specific aspects of the ten major variety cheese families as defined by the characteristic features of their ripening. The book provides over 1000 varieties of this globally popular food.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780124170124 20170612
450 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 28 cm.
  • Elevage et soins hippiatriques -- Le cheval de guerre dans l'Antiquité tardive : élevage, thérapeutique et équipements hippiques -- La fonction de maréchal et le métier de maréchal-ferrant au Moyen Âge (France, Italie, Grande-Bretagne) -- Saignées et autres manipulations vétérinaires d'après les traités d'hippiatrie et d'économie rurale de l'Occident médiéval -- Chevaux et cavaliers au moyen âge : équipement, usages et représentation -- Le Bourguignon et son cheval dans les inventaires après décès -- La représentation du cheval de labour dans deux vitraux du XIIIe siècle des cathédrales de Chartres et de Tours -- Le cheval et l'emblématique au Moyen Âge -- Harnachement de cheval dans un contexte bisontin du XVe siècle -- Les écuries : architecture, fonctionnement et représentation -- Les écuries du château du Guildo (Côtes-d'Armor) du XIe au XVIe siècle -- Écuries et autres bâtiments fonctionnels dans le château d'Urvei (Sardaigne) aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles -- L'Écurie du roi aux XIIIe-XIVe siècles : organisation et fonctionnement d'un grand service de l'Hôtel -- Il est tems de fermer lestable quant le cheval et perdu -- L'iconographie de l'écurie du Juif au XVIe siècle -- "La mort du petit cheval" : de la consommation au rituel funéraire -- Des chevaux dans les tombes avares. Étude comparative de six nécropoles (milieu du VIIe - milieu du IXe siècle) -- Les chevaux dans les rituels funéraires du haut Moyen Âge dans la péninsule italique -- Les chevaux de la nécropole d'Odratzheim "Sandgrube" (Bas-Rhin). Étude archéozoologique et ostéométrique -- La gestion des restes d'équidés en France à la fin du Moyen Âge et au début de l'époque moderne -- Un amas original d'ossements de chevaux aux VIIe-VIIIe siècles à Bourges (Cher) -- L'exploitation des carcasses d'équidés à Troyes (Aube) au XIIe siècle : le site de l'hôtel du département -- Manger son cheval ? Hippophagie et découpe des équidés dans les sources écrites médiévales des VIIIe-XIIIe siècles -- Une tradition équestre vivante : la Camargue -- Des trois élevages camarguais, à travers ceux qui les mènent -- Les gardians de Camargue et leur Confrérie.
""Mon royaume pour un cheval !" implorait Édouard III. Pourrait-on imaginer le Moyen Âge sans cheval ? Omniprésent dans la littérature épique et courtoise médiévale, emblème du monde chevaleresque, il est la monture bien-aimée des guerriers professionnels de la société féodale, un animal noble, précieux, bénéficiant d'un statut hors du commun. Compagnon du laboureur et du marchand, il est aussi un travailleur puissant qui donne son énergie pour aménager les campagnes et animer les voies commerciales dans le contexte de la grande croissance de l'Occident. Aucun autre animal n'occupe une place aussi centrale dans la culture médiévale. Ce livre propose un tour d'horizon complet de cette société équine du long Moyen Âge, interrogeant les pratiques d'élevage, les soins vétérinaires, l'équipement équestre, le monde des écuries, les représentations iconographiques, la valeur symbolique de l'animal, la place singulière qu'il occupe dans les rituels funéraires, le tabou alimentaire dont il bénéficie ... Bref, tout ce qui relie le cheval à l'homme. Il existe un patrimoine équestre, matériel et immatériel, proprement médiéval, dont la richesse est à l'aune de la position éminente que l'animal a occupée à cette époque. Ce livre montre comment historiens et archéologues enrichissent nos connaissances et contribuent à mieux comprendre et protéger le patrimoine équestre."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
1 online resource (435 pages)
  • Preface 1 Ocular anatomy 2 Eye exam and diagnostics 3 Clinical signs and interpretations 4 Canine orbit 5 Canine eyelids 6 Canine tear and nasolacrimal systems 7 Canine conjunctiva and nictitating membrane (nictitans) 8 Canine cornea and sclera 9 Canine glaucomas 10 Canine anterior uvea 11 Canine lens and cataract formation 12 Canine vitreous 13 Canine ocular fundus and optic nerve 14 Feline ophthalmology 15 Equine ophthalmology 16 Food and fiber animal ophthalmology 17 Pet exotic animal ophthalmology 18 Systemic diseases with ophthalmic manifestations 19 Neuro-ophthalmic syndromes Appendix A: Glossary Frequently Used Veterinary Ophthalmology Terms Appendix B: Eye Diseases in the Brachycephalic Breeds Appendix C: Inherited Cataracts in the Dog, Parts 1 and 2 Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119239444 20170403
Color Atlas of Veterinary Ophthalmology, Second Edition provides a compendium of the clinical appearance of ophthalmic diseases likely to be encountered in small, large, or exotic animal practice. * Offers a pictorial reference to the clinical appearance of diseases and conditions of the animal eye * Presents multiple presentations of most ophthalmic diseases to show the varying ways the condition might appear * Provides more than 1,000 high-quality color clinical photographs showing ocular disorders * Includes new introductory chapters on ocular anatomy, the ophthalmic exam, and clinical findings in place of the clinical signs chapter * Covers clinical history, the clinical signs and findings associated with the disease, the rule-outs or differential diagnoses, the recommended treatment, and the prognosis for each disorder.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119239444 20170403
1 online resource (xix, 625 pages) : illustrations
  • Section 1: Introduction 1. Chicken Eggs 2. Quail Eggs 3. Duck Eggs 4. Guinea Fowl, Goose, Turkey, Ostrich, and Emu Eggs Section 2: Management and Housing 5. Steroid Hormones and Female Energy Balance: Relation to Offspring Primary Sex Ratio 6. Breeder Hen Influence on Nutrient Availability for the Embryo and Hatchling 7. The Effect of Lighting and Photoperiod on Chicken Egg Production and Quality 8. Enrichments in Cages 9. Commercial Free-Range Egg Production Practices 10. Organic Farming and Mineral Content of Chicken Eggs 11. Controlling Feather Pecking and Cannibalism in Egg Laying Flocks Section 3: Food Safety 12. Effects of Temperature and Storage Conditions on Eggs 13. The Eggshell Microbial Activity 14. Effects of Propolis on Eggshell 15. The Eggshell Proteome Yields Insight into its Antimicrobial Protection 16. Shell Egg Pasteurization 17. Effects of Gamma Radiation for Microbiological Control in Eggs Section 4: Composition of Eggs 18. Cholesterol in Chicken Eggs: Still a Dietary Concern for Some 19. Lutein and Zeaxanthin Carotenoids in Eggs 20. Vitamins in Eggs Section 5: Use of Eggs 21. Economic and Cultural Aspects of the Table Egg as an Edible Commodity 22. Use of Hen Egg White Lysozyme in the Food Industry 23. Function and Separation of Ovotransferrin from Chicken Egg 24. The Use of Egg and Egg Products in Pasta Production 25. The Eggshell and its Commercial and Production Importance 26. Nutraceutical Egg Products Section 6: Improving Production 27. Use of Dietary Probiotics to Improve Laying Hen Performance 28. Improving Performance Traits of Laying Hens with Vitamin C 29. Modifying Protein in Feed 30. Improving Egg Production and Hen Health with Calcium 31. Use of Ginseng in Animal Production 32. Preventive Measures for Avoiding the Deleterious Effects of Heat Stress on Egg Production and Quality Section 7: Improving Composition 33. Supplemental Linseed on Egg Production 34. Supplemental Flax and Impact on n3 and 6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Eggs 35. Supplemental Fish Oil and its Impact on n-3 Fatty Acids in Eggs 36. Microalgal Feed Supplementation to Enrich Eggs with Omega-3 Fatty Acids 37. Supplemental Iodine Section 8: Preserving Eggs 38. Pickling Eggs 39. Sodium Chloride Preservation in Duck Eggs 40. Inorganic Elements in Preserved Eggs Section 9: Adverse Non-Microbial Contaminants 41. The Effect of Estrogens on Egg-Laying Performance 42. Antimicrobial Residues in Table Eggs 43. Nitrofuran Veterinary Drug Residues in Chicken Eggs 44. Anthelmintic Benzimidazoles in Eggs 45. Flame Retardants in Wild Bird Eggs and in Relation to Eggs in the Human Food Supply 46. Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins, Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans, and Dioxin-Like Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Chicken Eggs 47. Influence of Plant Toxins on Laying Hen Performance and Egg Quality Section 10: Microbial or Parasitic Contaminants 48. Salmonella and Impact on Egg Production 49. Colibacillosis and its Impact on Egg Production 50. Mycoplasmosis in Egg Laying Flocks 51. Avian Influenza Virus and Newcastle Disease Virus 52. Infectious Bronchitis 53. Coccidiosis in Egg-laying Poultry 54. Mycotoxin Impact on Egg Production 55. Parasites in Laying Hen Housing Systems.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128008799 20170313
Egg Innovations and Strategies for Improvements examines the production of eggs from their development to human consumption. Chapters also address consumer acceptance, quality control, regulatory aspects, cost and risk analyses, and research trends. Eggs are a rich source of macro- and micronutrients which are consumed not only by themselves, but also within the matrix of food products, such as pastas, cakes, and pastries. A wholesome, versatile food with a balanced array of essential nutrients, eggs are a stable of the human diet. Emerging strategies entail improvements to the composition of eggs via fortification or biological enrichment of hen's feed with polyunsaturated fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, or minerals. Conversely, eggs can be a source of food-borne disease or pollutants that can have effects on not only human health, but also egg production and commercial viability. Written by an international team of experts, the book presents a unique overview of the biology and science of egg production, nutrient profiling, disease, and modes for increasing their production and quality. Designed for poultry and food scientists, technologists, microbiologists, and workers in public health and the food and egg industries, the book is valuable as an industrial reference and as a resource in academic libraries.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128008799 20170313
1 online resource.
  • Editors List of Contributors Preface and Dedication About the Companion Website PART I. NORMAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Chapter 1. Gross and Microscopic Anatomy of the Equine Gastrointestinal TractThomas M. Krunkosky, Carla Jarrett, and James N. Moore Chapter 2. Intestinal Epithelial Stem CellsLiara M. Gonzalez Chapter 3. Gastric Secretory FunctionMichael J. Murray Chapter 4. Small Intestinal FunctionAnthony T. Blikslager Chapter 5. Large Intestinal FunctionMarco Lopes and Philip J. Johnson Chapter 6. Liver FunctionTim Mair Chapter 7. The Equine Intestinal MicrobiotaJ. Scott Weese Chapter 8. Effects of Feeding on Equine Gastrointestinal Function or PhysiologyMarco A. F. Lopes and Philip J. Johnson Chapter 9. Intestinal Motility and TransitJorge E. Nieto and Peter C. Rakestraw PART II. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES Chapter 10. Pathophysiology of Gastric Ulcer DiseaseMichael J. Murray Chapter 11. Pathophysiology of Gastrointestinal Obstruction and StrangulationAnthony T. Blikslager Chapter 12. Pathophysiology of PainCasper Lindegaard, Karina B. Gleerup, and Pia Haubro Andersen Chapter 13. Pathophysiology and Treatment of Postoperative IleusJorge E. Nieto and Peter C. Rakestraw Chapter 14. Pathophysiology, Prevention, and Treatment of AdhesionsP.O. Eric Mueller Chapter 15. Pathophysiology of Enteritis and ColitisHarold C. McKenzie, III Chapter 16. Pathophysiology of Systemic Inflammatory Response SyndromeClare E. Bryant and James N. Moore PART III. INTESTINAL PARASITISM Chapter 17. Intestinal ParasitismChris Proudman PART IV. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF COLIC Chapter 18. Epidemiology of Colic: Principles for PracticeNoah D. Cohen Chapter 19. Epidemiology of Colic: Risk FactorsNoah D. Cohen PART V. DIAGNOSIS OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE Chapter 20. Diagnostic Approach to ColicAnne Desrochers and Nathaniel A. White Chapter 21. Investigations of Chronic and Recurrent ColicNathaniel A. White Chapter 22. Alternative Diagnostic TechniquesNathaniel A. White and Anne Desrochers Chapter 23. Imaging of the AbdomenAnne Desrochers Chapter 24. Decision for Surgery and ReferralNathaniel A. White Chapter 25. Prognosticating Equine ColicNathanial A. White Chapter 26. Biosecurity in the Management of Equine Gastrointestinal DiseaseHarold C. McKenzie III PART VI. MEDICAL MANAGEMENT Chapter 27. Medical Management of Gastrointestinal DiseasesTim Mair Chapter 28. Treatment of ShockKevin T. T. Corley Chapter 29. Diagnosis and Treatment of Peritonitis and HemoperitoneumJohn F. Peroni Chapter 30. Diagnosis of Enteritis and Colitis in the HorseHarold C. McKenzie III PART VII. COLIC IN THE FOAL Chapter 31. Diagnosis of Colic in the FoalMartin Furr Chapter 32. Imaging of the Foal with Colic and Abdominal DistentionMartin Furr Chapter 33. Medical Management of Colic in the FoalMartin Furr Chapter 34. Surgical Management of Colic in the FoalSarah M. Khatibzadeh and James A. Brown Chapter 35. Anesthesia of Foals with ColicCynthia M. Trim Chapter 36. Specific Diseases of the FoalMartin Furr Chapter 37. Liver Diseases in FoalsTim Mair and Tom Divers PART VIII. COLIC IN THE DONKEY Chapter 38. Colic in the DonkeyAlexandra K. Thiemann, Karen Rickards, Mulugeta Getachew, and Georgios Paraschou PART IX. NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT Chapter 39. Nutritional Management of the Colic PatientShannon Pratt-Phillips and Ray Geor PART X. ANESTHESIA FOR ABDOMINAL SURGERY Chapter 40. Anesthesia for Horses with ColicCynthia M. Trim PART XI. SURGERY FOR ACUTE ABDOMINAL DISEASE Chapter 41. Preparation of the Patient for Abdominal SurgeryAnna K. Roetting Chapter 42. Surgical Exploration and ManipulationAnna K. Roetting Chapter 43. Intestinal ViabilityLiara M. Gonzalez Chapter 44. Small Intestinal Resection and AnastomosisAnna K. Roetting Chapter 45. Large Colon Enterotomy, Resection, and AnastomosisJoanne Hardy Chapter 46. Abdominal ClosureVanessa L. Cook PART XII. INTENSIVE CARE AND POSTOPERATIVE CARE Chapter 47. Monitoring Treatment for Abdominal DiseaseTim Mair Chapter 48. Postoperative ComplicationsDiana M Hassel Chapter 49. Laminitis Associated with Acute Abdominal DiseaseJames K. Belknap and Andrew H. Parks PART XIII. SPECIFIC DISEASES OF HORSES Chapter 50. Diseases of the StomachMichael J. Murray Chapter 51. Diseases of the Liver and Liver FailureTim Mair and Tom Divers Chapter 52. Diseases of the Small IntestineDebra C. Archer Chapter 53. Diseases of the CecumJames N. Moore and Joanne Hardy Chapter 54. Specific Diseases of the Ascending ColonJoanne Hardy Chapter 55. Diseases of the Descending ColonJohn F. Peroni Chapter 56. Grass SicknessTim Mair Chapter 57. Rectal TearsCanaan M. Whitfield-Cargile and Peter C. Rakestraw Chapter 58. Malabsorption SyndromesTim Mair and Tom Divers Chapter 59. Colic and Pregnant MaresElizabeth M. Santschi Chapter 60. Colic from Alternative Systems: False Colic Tim Mair Chapter 61. Abdominal TraumaJohn F. Peroni Chapter 62. Abdominal Abscesses and NeoplasiaJan F. Hawkins Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119063216 20171009
Written and edited by leading experts on equine digestive diseases, The Equine Acute Abdomen, Third Editionis the preeminent text on diagnosing and treating acute abdominal diseases in horses, donkeys, and mules. The definitive guide to acute abdominal disorders in equine patients, fully updated and revised to reflect the latest developments in the fieldLavishly illustrated with more than 450 color illustrations, photographs, line drawings, and figuresA companion website features video clips and images from the book available for downloadProvides an invaluable resource to equine surgery and internal medicine specialists, researchers, practitioners, and students who deal with colic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119063216 20171009

16. Equine laminitis [2017]

1 online resource (xiv, 455 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
  • Contributors, vii Foreword, x Abbreviations, xii Part 1: Overview: From Basic Research to Caring for the Laminitis Patient 1 Historical Perspective on Equine Laminitis, 3 Donald M.Walsh and Teresa A. Burns 2 Laminitis: An Overview, 11 James K. Belknap 3 Anatomy and Function of the Equine Digit, 13 A.H. Parks 4 Lamellar Function at the Cellular Level, 22 Christopher C. Pollitt 5 Digital Biomechanics Relevant to Laminitis, 39 Jonathan Merritt, Helen Davies and Andrew H. Parks Part 2: Pathophysiology of Laminitis 6 Overview, 51 James K. Belknap 7 Experimental Models of Laminitis: Starch Overload, 54 Susan C. Eades 8 Experimental Models of Laminitis: Oligofructose Overload, 59 Christopher C. Pollitt and Gabriel J. Milinovich 9 Experimental Models of Laminitis: BlackWalnut Extract, 64 John F. Peroni 10 Experimental Models of Laminitis: Hyperinsulinemia, 68 Catherine McGowan and Janet Patterson-Kane 11 Hemodynamic Events in Laminitis, 75 John F. Peroni, Susan C. Eades and Simon R. Bailey 12 The Role of Thrombosis and Coagulation in Equine Laminitis, 82 Simon R. Bailey 13 Leukocytes and Inflammatory Signaling in Laminitis: Leukocytes, 91 Rafael R. Faleiros and James K. Belknap 14 Leukocytes and Inflammatory Signaling in Laminitis: Inflammatory Signaling, 102 Britta Leise 15 Role of Proteases in Laminitis, 115 Samuel J. Black, LeWang, Erica Pawlak, Fengqiu Zhang, John Loftus and Dominique Alfandari 16 Endocrine and Metabolic Dysregulation in Laminitis: Role of Pituitary Dysfunction, 134 Philip J. Johnson 17 Endocrine and Metabolic Dysregulation in Laminitis: Role of Corticosteroids, 141 Philip J. Johnson 18 Metabolic Syndrome in Humans and Horses: The Relationship Between Obesity and Insulin Resistance, 149 Teresa A. Burns and Ramiro E. Toribio 19 Dysregulation of the Lamellar Basal Epithelial Cell in Laminitis: Role of the Cytoskeleton and Cell Junctions, 167 Christopher C. Pollitt 20 Structural Dynamics of Displacement of the Distal Phalanx, 176 Andrew H. Parks Part 3: Clinical Presentation of Equine Laminitis 21 General Clinical Aspects of the Laminitis Case, 183 Andrew van Eps 22 Sepsis-Related Laminitis, 191 Susan C. Eades 23 Laminitis in Equine Metabolic Syndrome, 196 Andy E. Durham 24 Laminitis in Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction, 204 Philip J. Johnson 25 Supporting Limb Laminitis, 210 Gary M. Baxter Part 4: Diagnostic Evaluation of Equine Laminitis 26 Detailed Physical Examination for Laminitis, 217 Richard A. Mansmann and Hans H. Castelijns 27 Diagnostic Imaging, 226 Andrew H. Parks and James K. Belknap 28 The Digital Venogram, 240 Amy Rucker 29 Endocrine and Metabolic Evaluation in Horses with Laminitis, 252 Ramiro E. Toribio and Teresa A. Burns Part 5: Medical Treatment of the Laminitic Patient 30 General Supportive Care for the Laminitis Case, 269 Andrea E. Floyd and Debra R. Taylor 31 Common Therapies: Anti-Inflammatory Therapy, 277 Thomas J. Divers 32 Vasoactive Drug Therapy, 284 Simon R. Bailey and Susan C. Eades 33 Analgesia, 291 Bernd Driessen and Laura Zarucco 34 Digital Hypothermia, 306 Andrew W. van Eps and Christopher C. Pollitt 35 Equine Sepsis, 316 Samuel D. Hurcombe and Susan J. Holcombe 36 Equine Metabolic Syndrome, 329 Andy E. Durham 37 Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction, 334 Dianne McFarlane, Philip J. Johnson and Harold C. Schott, II Part 6: Treatment of Laminitis: Digital Support and Stabilization of the Distal Phalanx 38 Therapeutic Shoes: Application of Principles, 343 Stephen E. O Grady 39 Solear Support Techniques, 354 Raul J. Bras 40 Approaching Digital Management Prior to Displacement of the Distal Phalanx, 360 Randy B. Eggleston 41 Hoof Care Management of Horses with Displacement of the Distal Phalanx, 364 Andrew H. Parks Part 7: Treatment of the Laminitis Case 42 The Use of Casts in Equine Laminitis, 377 James K. Belknap and Raul J. Bras 43 Deep Digital Flexor Tenotomy, 382 R. Wayne Waguespack, Jr 44 Dorsal HoofWall Techniques, 391 Amy Rucker 45 Complications of Laminitis, 402 Robert J. Hunt and James K. Belknap Part 8: Management of Chronic Laminitis 46 Management Changes in the Laminitis Case, 413 Andrew Van Eps, Robert J. Hunt, James K. Belknap and Jeff Ridley Part 9: Prevention of Laminitis 47 Overview of Laminitis Prevention, 423 James K. Belknap and Andy E. Durham 48 Prevention of Supporting Limb Laminitis, 427 Harry J. Markwell and Gary M. Baxter 49 Prevention of Sepsis-Related Laminitis, 432 Samuel D. Hurcombe and Susan J. Holcombe 50 Nutritional Management for Avoidance of Pasture-Associated Laminitis, 436 Pat Harris Glossary, 442 Index, 445.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119944713 20170313
The first book dedicated to this common, serious, and complex equine disease, Equine Laminitis is the gold-standard reference to the latest information on every aspect of the disease and its treatment. * Provides the first book devoted specifically to equine laminitis * Discusses the current state of knowledge on all aspects of the disease, including its history, relevant anatomical considerations, pathophysiology, the diagnostic workup, and clinical treatment * Presents 50 chapters written by leading international experts, under the editorship of the foremost authority on equine laminitis * Offers a thorough understanding of this common affliction, grounded in the scientific literature * Describes effective prevention and treatment plans.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119944713 20170313
1 online resource (pages cm.)
  • List of contributors, iv Preface to the third edition, vi About the companion website, vii 1 Equine ocular examination basic techniques, 1 Riccardo Stoppini and Brian C. Gilger 2 Advanced ophthalmic imaging in the horse, 40 Eric C. Ledbetter and Ruth A. Van Hatten 3 Practical field ophthalmology, 72 Ann E. Dwyer 4 Ophthalmic diseases of foals, 112 Marta Leiva and Teresa Pena 5 Diseases and surgery of the globe and orbit, 151 Claudia Hartley and Rachael A. Grundon 6 Diseases of the adnexa and nasolacrimal system, 197 Elizabeth A. Giuliano 7 Diseases of the cornea, 252 Dennis E. Brooks, Andrew Matthews, and Alison B. Clode 8 Diseases of the uvea, uveitis, and recurrent uveitis, 369 Brian C. Gilger and Steven R. Hollingsworth 9 Diseases and surgery of the lens, 416 Richard J. McMullen Jr and Brian C. Gilger 10 Glaucoma, 453 David A. Wilkie, Anne J. Gemensky ]Metzler, Mary Lassaline, and Dennis E. Brooks 11 Diseases of the equine vitreous and retina, 469 Rachel A. Allbaugh, Wendy M. Townsend, and David A. Wilkie 12 Equine vision, 508 Paul E. Miller and Christopher J. Murphy 13 Inherited ocular disorders, 545 Lynne Sheila Sandmeyer and Rebecca Bellone 14 Equine neuro ]ophthalmology, 567 Elsa Beltran, Kaspar Matiasek, and Claudia Hartley 15 Ocular manifestations of systemic disease, 591 Jennifer L. Davis 16 National and international regulations on ophthalmic disease and medications, 624 Mary Lassaline 17 Management of blind horses, 629 Ann E. Dwyer Index, 649.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119047742 20170313
Now available in a fully updated third edition, Equine Ophthalmology is the most comprehensive and current clinical resource for the diagnosis and treatment of ophthalmic disease in horses. * Provides complete, authoritative information on the diagnosis and treatment of ophthalmic disease in horses * Fully updated with improved figures, the latest research, and new chapters on advanced diagnostics, foal ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, national and international regulations, and an expanded chapter on inherited ocular disease * Features contributions from an international group of equine experts, under the editorship of a leading equine veterinary specialist * Offers comprehensive coverage of clinical and reference information ideal for specialists, general equine practitioners, and veterinary students alike * Includes access to a companion website with expanded content and figures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119047742 20170313
1 online resource (563 pages) : color illustrations, photographs
1 online resource (xvi, 151 pages)
  • Preface, ix Acknowledgments, xi Introduction, xiii 1 Errors: Terminology and Background, 1 Error: terminology, 1 Conclusion, 5 References, 5 2 Errors: Organizations, Individuals, and Unsafe Acts, 7 Error causation: technical factors, 7 Error causation: organizational and supervision factors, 7 Error causation: environmental factors, 12 Error causation: personnel factors, 12 Error causation: human factors, 12 Error causation: other factors, 22 Conclusion, 22 References, 22 3 Reporting and Analyzing Patient Safety Incidents, 25 The limitation in only counting errors, 25 How can we learn the most from our errors?, 26 Analyzing patient safety incidents, 36 Conclusion, 43 References, 43 4 Equipment and Technical Errors in Veterinary Anesthesia, 45 Cases, 47 Near miss vignettes, 51 Conclusion, 57 References, 58 5 Medication Errors in Veterinary Anesthesia, 59 Cases, 60 Near miss vignettes, 66 Conclusions, 69 References, 69 6 Errors of Clinical Reasoning and Decision -making in Veterinary Anesthesia, 71 Cases, 72 Near miss vignettes, 85 Conclusion, 87 References, 87 7 Errors of Communication and Teamwork in Veterinary Anesthesia, 89 Cases, 89 Near miss vignette, 95 Conclusion, 96 References, 97 8 Error Prevention in Veterinary Anesthesia, 99 General strategies for error prevention, 100 Specific strategies for error prevention, 104 Conclusion, 119 References, 119 Appendix A. Suggested Readings, 121 Appendix B. Terminology, 123 Appendix C. ACVAA Monitoring Guidelines, 127 Appendix D. ACVAA Guidelines for Anesthesia in Horses, 131 Appendix E. A Brief History of Checklists, 133 Appendix F. FDA Anesthesia Apparatus Checkout, 135 Appendix G. Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Anaesthetic Safety Checklist, 137 Appendix H. Critical Clinical Condition Checklists, 139 Index, 149.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119259718 20170313
Errors in Veterinary Anesthesia is the first book to offer a candid examination of what can go wrong when anesthetizing veterinary patients and to discuss how we can learn from mistakes. * Discusses the origins of errors and how to learn from mistakes * Covers common mistakes in veterinary anesthesia * Provides strategies for avoiding errors in anesthetizing small and large animal patients * Offers tips and tricks to implement in clinical practice * Presents actual case studies discussing errors in veterinary anesthesia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119259718 20170313
xiii, 448 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
'A beautiful and thoughtful exploration of the role of the horse in creating our world' James Rebanks'Scintillating, exhilarating ... you have never read a book like it ... a new way of considering history' ObserverThe relationship between horses and humans is an ancient, profound and complex one. For millennia horses provided the strength and speed that humans lacked. How we travelled, farmed and fought was dictated by the needs of this extraordinary animal. And then, suddenly, in the 20th century the links were broken and the millions of horses that shared our existence almost vanished, eking out a marginal existence on race-tracks and pony clubs.Farewell to the Horse is an engaging, brilliantly written and moving discussion of what horses once meant to us. Cities, farmland, entire industries were once shaped as much by the needs of horses as humans. The intervention of horses was fundamental in countless historical events. They were sculpted, painted, cherished, admired; they were thrashed, abused and exposed to terrible danger. From the Roman Empire to the Napoleonic Empire every world-conqueror needed to be shown on a horse. Tolstoy once reckoned that he had cumulatively spent some nine years of his life on horseback.Ulrich Raulff's book, a bestseller in Germany, is a superb monument to the endlessly various creature who has so often shared and shaped our fate.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780241257609 20171002
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