Errors in Veterinary Anesthesia – John W. Ludders, Matthew McMillan
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John W. Ludders, DVM, DipACVAA, is Professor Emeritus at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, USA.
Matthew McMillan, BVM&S, DipECVAA, MRCVS, is Principal Clinical Anaesthetist and Critical Care Co-ordinator at Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
"This book serves as definitive reading for all faculty, residents, interns and technicians in veterinary anesthesiology...Each chapter provides excellent clinical vignettes of mistakes and inaccuracies....For anyone looking to improve their practice of veterinary medicine or formulating a system for morbidity-mortality rounds, this book is essential reading. Excellent." (Doody Enterprises 24/03/2017)
"Errors in Veterinary Anesthesia is an informative and necessary read for anyone interested in starting and managing an anesthesia service in a progressive veterinary practice or a large veterinary institution. It delves deeply into the subject and describes how errors in anesthesia are made and what can be done to prevent or correct them"....... "I was particularly engaged by the book’s introduction because it describes a management culture that, in my opinion, has been overlooked consciously or unconsciously by veterinary medicine"...... "One of the strengths of this book is the 4 chapters devoted to actual clinical scenarios in which errors were made or near misses occurred and how they were handled"..... "I think this book will also appeal and be very useful to the managers of forward-thinking general practices. Overall, I recommend this book to anyone looking to improve their anesthetic and personnel management skills" (Reviewed by Dianna Ovbey, DVM, MS, DACVAA
Southeast Veterinary Anesthesia Services, Charleston, SC 15th June 2017 AVMA)
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