Manual of Trauma Management in the Dog and Cat
provides quick access to clinically relevant information on stabilizing, diagnosing, and managing the trauma patient. The book uses an outline format to provide fast access to essential information, focusing on practical advice and techniques for treating traumatic injuries. Manual of Trauma Management in the Dog and Cat
is an ideal handbook for quickly and confidently managing this common presenting complaint.
Beginning with a concise summary of the global assessment of traumatized patients, the heart of the book is devoted to guidance on managing specific types of trauma following definitive diagnosis. Manual of Trauma Management in the Dog and Cat is a valuable quick-reference guide to treating canine and feline trauma patients for general practitioners and emergency specialists alike.
- Offers accessible, practical information on stabilizing, diagnosing, and managing traumatic injuries in dogs and cats
- Presented in outline format for ease of use in the fast-paced emergency setting
- Provides information on treating a wide range of injuries and conditions
- Emphasizes clinically relevant information on this common presenting complaint
- Equally useful to general practitioners and emergency specialists
Kenneth J. Drobatz
, DVM, MSCE, DACVIM, DACVECC, is Professor and Chief of the Section of Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine as well as Director of Emergency Services.
Matthew W. Beal, DVM, DACVECC, is an Associate Professor of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Director of Interventional Radiology Services at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University.
Rebecca S. Syring, DVM, DACVECC, is a Staff Veterinarian in the Section of Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine.
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