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Equine Veterinary Nursing Manual

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780632057276

ISBN10:
0632057270
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Wiley-Blackwell

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Summary

This definitive textbook for equine veterinary nurses will be invaluable to all those involved in the care and management of sick horses. Endorsed by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), this book covers the syllabus for the new Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons equine veterinary nursing certificate. Key subjects include: medical and surgical equine nursing; equine stud medicine; basic equine management, and the theory underpinning all these and other important topics. The book also includes innovative chapters on nutrition, imaging, anatomy and physiology. The subject matter is presented in a clear and easily assimilated format, appropriate for all involved in equine nursing. The approach throughout is practical and the book is laid out in a user-friendly manner with copious diagrams and photographs.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
vi
Foreword ix
Preface xi
Abbreviations and Acronyms xiii
Basic Management
1(24)
L. C. Marlborough
D. C. Knottenbelt
Anatomy and Physiology
25(49)
P. D. Clegg
C. L. Blake
R. C. Conwell
E. Hainisch
S. A. Newton
E. M. Post
M. J. Senior
S. L. Taylor
A. J. Wise
Genetics
74(7)
G. A. Munroe
Reproduction
81(20)
J. F. Pycock
Nutrition
101(25)
P. A. Harris
Clinical Nutrition
126(14)
P. A. Harris
J. M. Naylor
Basic First Aid
140(22)
N. E. Haizelden
H. J. Hangartner
General Nursing
162(13)
R. J. Baxter
Safety Management in the Practice
175(10)
A. Jones
E. R. J. Cauvin
Basic Hospital Practice
185(11)
J. Masters
Medicines and their Management
196(9)
R. J. Baxter
R. D. Jones
Laboratory Diagnosis
205(23)
L. L. Hillyer
M. H. Hillyer
Fluid Therapy
228(21)
J. C. Boswell
M. C. Schramme
Medical Nursing
249(35)
J. D. Slater
Foal Nursing
284(14)
S. J. Stoneham
Lameness and Orthopaedic Nursing
298(25)
E. Jones
T. J. Phillips
Diagnostic Imaging
323(39)
E. R. J. Cauvin
General Surgical Nursing
362(20)
D. Lloyd
B. M. Millar
Theatre Practice
382(32)
D. P. McHugh
Anaesthesia
414(24)
J. C. Murrell
C. B. Johnson
Appendix 438(1)
Index 439


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