Life-Threatening Cardiac Emergencies for the Small Animal Practitioner – Maureen McMichael, Ryan Fries
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Maureen McMichael, DVM, DACVECC, is a Professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine and Section Chief of the Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Section at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in Urbana, Illinois, USA.
Ryan Fries, DVM, DACVIM, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine (cardiologist) at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in Urbana, Illinois, USA.
"Life-Threatening Cardiac Emergencies for the Small Animal Practitioner is a quick reference for some of the most common small animal cardiac emergencies that private practitioners encounter. The text describes a basic approach to ECG interpretation and provides a concise evaluation and review of many common cardiac arrhythmias categorized by heart rate as well as some commonly diagnosed cardiac conditions. The images presented are clear JAVMA • Vol 250 • No. 12 • June 15, 2017 1405 and easy to follow and understand with the captions provided. This book is not intended to provide readers with a detailed explanation of the electrophysiology and potential variations of arrhythmias or complete review of cardiac pathophysiology. The information presented is basic and geared more for quick reference by primary care veterinarians rather than cardiologists and is comprehensive in this regard. Overall, it is a concise, well-organized basic reference guide for common cardiac emergencies of small animals" (Reviewed by Maribeth J. Bossbaly, VMD, DACVIM, Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center, Levittown, Pa 15th June 2017)
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