Complications in Small Animal Surgery

Complications in Small Animal Surgery

(Code: WB226)
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D. J. Griffon, A. Hamaide
Janv. 2016 , Wiley-Blackwell
968 pages
115,00 €

"Complications in Small Animal Surgery" is a detailed,
case-based resource for diagnosing, managing, and preventing
complications in small animal surgery. Highly practical and
user-friendly, the book is designed to quickly provide specific guidance
on techniques and information essential to successfully managing
surgical complications.

With many images, algorithms, tables, and
practical tips, this new book is carefully designed to provide an ideal
clinical reference for students, clinicians, and surgeons of all skill
levels. The book begins with information on complications common
to many types of surgeries
, then moves on to complications associated
with specific procedures. Each section offers information on
definitions, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, outcomes, and
prevention, with a scientific summary supporting recommendations.
Chapters are organized by body system, with information cross-referenced
where necessary, making it easy to find and apply information.


Presents comprehensive information on diagnosing, managing,
and preventing surgical complications using an accessible format Offers a
well-defined, thoroughly illustrated format to maximize practical
value, with algorithms, tables, practical tips, and many images
Covers common and uncommon complications in all body systems

Dominique J. Griffon, DMV, MS, PhD, DECVS, DACVS,
MRCVS, is Professor in Small Animal Surgery and Associate Dean for
Research at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Western University of
Health Sciences in Pomona, California, USA.

Annick Hamaide,
DVM, PhD, DECVS, is Associate Professor in Surgical Oncology at the
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liège in Liège, Belgium.