Ettinger’s Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 9th Edition

Ettinger’s Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 9th Edition

Elsevier Saunders
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Ettinger, Feldman et Cote
Fév. 2024, Elsevier Saunders
2 volumes
2448 Pages
22,02 x 28,10 cm

300,00 €

Now Ettinger’s trusted, all-in-one veterinary resource is even better! Trusted by small animal veterinarians for more than 50 years, Ettinger’s Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine adds new content on the field’s leading issues and trends to its unmatched, “gold standard” coverage of the diagnosis and treatment of medical problems of dogs and cats. Coverage begins with the basics of veterinary medicine, followed by sections on differential diagnosis for chief complaints and for clinicopathologic abnormalities, and continues with techniques, minimally invasive interventional therapies, critical care, toxicology, diseases by body system, and comorbidities. Clinical information is presented in a way that reflects the practitioner’s thought process. With each purchase of this two-volume print book, Ettinger’s includes access to a fully searchable eBook featuring more than 750 videos that bring procedures to life.

New to this edition

  • NEW! Coverage of the latest information and trends includes epilepsy, aerodigestive disorders, patient triage and stabilization, enteric protozoal diseases, pulmonary thromboembolism, point-of-care ultrasounds, immunodeficiencies, and more.
  • NEW! PDFs in Procedures & Techniques chapters include a printable pull list of the equipment and materials needed for specific procedures (accessed through the eBook included with print purchase).

Author Info

Edited by Stephen J. Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM, Pet DRx Corporation, California Animal Hospital Veterinary Specialty Group, Los Angeles, CA; Edward C. Feldman, DVM, DACVIM, Department of Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA and Etienne Cote, DVM, DACVIM(Cardiology and Small Animal Internal Medicine), Associate Professor, Department of Companion Animals, Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, Canada