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ECG Interpretation in the Critically Ill Dog and Cat

ISBN: 978-0-8138-0901-4
149 pages
September 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
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ECG Interpretation in Critically Ill Dog and Cat is a clinical reference on the diagnosis and management of arrhythmias occurring in critically ill canine and feline patients. Using a case-oriented approach, it provides therapeutic and management options for patients with arrhythmias.

This book shows, in detail, the types of case scenarios in which arrhythmias can occur, how these arrhythmias can be diagnosed, and what therapeutic interventions are available. The emphasis on the case scenario approach is perfectly suited to veterinarians and veterinary technicians dealing with emergency events in critically ill small animal patients.


  • The first book to cover arrhythmias caused by conditions outside the realm of cardiac disease
  • Innovative case-orientated approach, providing therapeutic and management options for the arrhythmia patient
  • An essential reference text for all those involved with critically ill small animal patients
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Preface.

How to Use This Book.

Anesthesia.

Cardiovascular.

Endocrine.

Environmental.

Medicine.

Perioperative.

Renal.

Trauma.

Index.

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Dr. Thomas K. Day is a Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists and College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. He is a consultant for the Emergency Folder of the Veterinary Information Network.
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  • The first book to cover arrhythmias caused by conditions outside the realm of cardiac disease
  • Innovative case-orientated approach, providing therapeutic and management options for the arrhythmia patient
  • An essential reference text for all those involved with critically ill small animal patients
See More

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