- Vazba: pevná
- Počet stran: 560
- Nakladatel: Wiley-Blackwell; 3rd edition (22 Nov. 2016)
- Jazyk: angličtina
- ISBN-10: 1118999258
- ISBN-13: 978-1118999257
- Rozměry: 21.6 x 1.3 x 27.9 cm
Equine Wound Management – Christine Theoret, Jim Schumacher
Detailní popis produktu
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christine L. Theoret DMV, PhD, Diplomate ACVS is professor of equine surgical anatomy and Director of the Comparative Tissue Healing Laboratory at the University of Montreal.
Jim Schumacher DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS, MRCVS is professor of equine surgery at the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine.
"This third edition of a book on how to manage wounds in equine patients represents a major improvement over the two previous editions (1991 and 2008)...as it provides updated information in all chapters and has additional photos and images to illustrate the main points. This will be useful for specialists and surgery residents" (Doody Enterprises review 6th March 2017)
"The third edition of Equine Wound Management is an excellent resource for equine clinicians and veterinary students. This textbook offers a review of wound healing physiology and possible complications as well as a comprehensive guide for the treatment and management of many types of wounds. Because wounds are a common ailment seen by equine practitioners, it is critical that a reference on this topic be specific and complete; this book is both"......"The authors state that they intended to provide a reference with both theoretical and practical information, and both areas are addressed"...."New to this edition are highlighted boxes with tips on what to do and what to avoid in various situations, which summarize and emphasize the key points of each section. The book has a companion website that contains case studies, videos, interactive questions and answers, and other resources that will be particularly helpful for veterinary students"......"It will be a great addition to the reference collection of any equine veterinarian or veterinary student" (Reviewed by Stephanie Caston, DVM, DACVS, Iowa State University 15th June 2017 AVMA)