Fluid Therapy for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses – Charlotte Donohoe
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Designed for ease of use, each chapter begins with the basics, giving a thorough foundation of information, and then moves into more advanced information, with potential nursing concerns and complications highlighted within the text. A companion website offers images from the book in PowerPoint and review questions and answers for download at www.wiley.com/go/donohoenursing. Fluid Therapy for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses is a useful resource for experienced veterinary technicians and vet tech students alike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Charlotte Donohoe, RVT, VTS (ECC), is an Emergency and Critical Care Service technician at the University of Guelph's Ontario Veterinary College Teaching Hospital.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Body Water 3
2 Patient Assessment 15
3 Routes of Administration 35
4 Fluid Pumps and Tools of Administration 67
5 Calculating Rates of Administration 87
6 Patient Monitoring 107
7 Complications of Fluid Therapy 135
8 Fluid Types 149
9 Fluid Selection 167
10 Parenteral Nutrition 179
11 Blood Transfusions and Blood Component Therapy 195
Appendix: Answers to Review Questions 221
PowerPoint documents of figures and PDFs of questions and answers available for download at www.wiley.com/go/donohoenursing.
“This is an excellent book for veterinary technicians in training as well as those in practice who want to review certain aspects of fluid therapy. Overall, I highly recommend this book and plan to keep it in my hospital’s library for review. ” (Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association, 16 September 2012)
This book offers a very practical solution to the problems and questions related to the administration of fluids: which type, which rate, which route, what are the possible complications and how to deal with them..” (Vet Nurses Today, 1 April 2012)
“Fluid Therapy for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses provides veterinary support staff with key details on fluid therapy and covers everything from placement to monitoring of intravenous fluid therapies and possible complications. It's designed for easy use and covers the basics, supporting nursing information with a companion website reviewing questions and answers and providing even more illustrations. Technicians and any administering fluid therapy to animals will find this a powerful presentation and a 'must' vet's reference.” (Midwest Book Review, 4 May 2012)
“The case studies, along with the questions and answers, enable readers to test their comprehension. Overall, this is a useful book for veterinary technicians.” (Doody’s, 10 August 2012)
"With the ease of use that this textbook offers, I feel that it would be a great resource for any veterinary clinic and can be useful to both veterinary nursing students and experienced veterinary nurses and technicians" NZ Vet Nurses Association, Dec 2016
Fluid Therapy for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses companion website features images in PowerPoint and review questions and answers.
- Comprehensive resource on the technician or nurse’s role in administering fluid therapy
- Covers catheter placement, intravenous fluid therapy monitoring, long-term fluid therapy, intravenous nutrition, equipment, and potential complications
- Presents both basic principles and procedures and more advanced information to appeal to new and experienced technicians alike
- Highlights potential nursing concerns and complications
- Includes access to a companion website offering images in PowerPoint and review questions and answers at wiley.com/go/donohoenursing