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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiorespiratory Medicine, 2nd Edition


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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiorespiratory Medicine, 2nd Edition


This new edition reflects the huge advances in the field of cardiothoracic medicine that have taken place over the past ten years. Illustrated throughout, it features contributions from leaders in the fields of cardiology and respiratory disorders from the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States. The approach of the Manual has been remodeled to enhance the practitioner’s access to information.

The Manual begins with a look at the clinical approach to a range of common presenting signs.  This is followed by details of diagnostic tests and techniques, including imaging and blood pressure measurement.  Therapeutic strategies for these are discussed, and detailed discussions of specific conditions are presented.  Useful appendices include a drug formulary and ECG reference ranges

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“This text covers a wide range of topics and would be valuable to veterinarians and veterinary technicians working in any practice that sees canine and feline patients. Besides the obvious usefulness in the clinical setting, this text would equally useful to the teaching community. The chapters covering clinical problems and diagnostic techniques all begin with a discussion of basic principles, covering topics such as breathing patterns, mucous membrane color, types of stethoscopes, and restraint and positioning for radiographs. This aspect of the text makes it a good resource for veterinary technician educators.”  (Veterinary Information Network, 6 March 2012)

"Overall, this book is beautifully presented, in an easy-to-read style . . . this is a useful book for general practitioners, and a useful starting point for those interested in developing an interest in cardiopulmonary medicine". (Veterinary Record, 14 May 2011)