Libri di Deborah C. Silverstein
Fluid therapy in dogs and cats
Fabio Viganò, Deborah C. Silverstein
Fluid therapy is one of the most widely used and necessary therapies for critically ill patients and those who are not able to hydrate and feed themselves spontaneously. Fluid Therapy in dogs and cats summarizes the fundamentals for understanding the water and electrolyte requirements of critical patients, the types of fluids that can be administered, and the consequences that a decision may entail.This handbook is published at a particularly relevant time, with the recent developments in orthogonal polarization spectral imaging; the advancements in hemodynamics, which have made it possible to assess the real efficacy of therapy and the side effects fluids can produce if not provided correctly; and the evidence-based advances that have changed the way fluid therapy in both human and veterinary medicine is now provided, which is very different from how it had been performed over the past 30 years.An attempt has been made in this book to address the topics homogeneously, following a functional approach for readers. Every chapter ends with a clinical case, which is useful for putting into practice what has been explained in the text.
Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine
Deborah Silverstein, Elizabeth A. Rozanskie altri
editore: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine offers an in-depth understanding of emergency disease processes and the underlying rationale for the diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and prognosis for these conditions in small animals. A comprehensive reference on a major topic in veterinary medicine The only book in this discipline to cover the pathophysiology of disease in depth Edited by four respected experts in veterinary emergency medicine A core text for those studying for specialty examinations Includes access to a website with video clips, additional figures, and the figures from the book in PowerPoint Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine offers an in-depth understanding of emergency disease processes and the underlying rationale for the diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and prognosis for these conditions in small animals.
Small Animal Critical Care Medicine
Deborah Silverstein, Kate Hopper
Small Animal Critical Care Medicine is a comprehensive, concise guide to critical care, encompassing not only triage and stabilization, but also the entire course of care during the acute medical crisis and high-risk period. This clinically oriented manual assists practitioners in providing the highest standard of care for ICU patients. "The second edition of Small Animal Critical Care Medicine should be somewhere in everyone's clinic, whether a first-line practice or a specialized clinic." Reviewed by: Kris Gommeren on behalf of the European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, Oct 2015