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Pain Management in Small Animal Medicine

Autor Dave Ames
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 5 dec 2013
The author of a highly successful book on chronic pain in small animals** now turns his attention to all types of pain affecting the dog and the cat. Dr Foxs work is pre-eminent in describing and illustrating clearly and simply the difficulties and choices facing the veterinarian in identifying and treating pain, as well as providing an account of the neurobiological mechanisms responsible for pain.
This approach is continued in his new book, which retains the best from the earlier book and expands upon it to include areas beyond chronic pain. By focusing on the latest evidence and contemporary understanding of why and how to treat pain, the author aims to raise standards in resolving pain management to the best possible practice.
Pain Management in Small Animal Medicine is of value to veterinarians in practice, training, education and research, and to all related veterinary healthcare professionals seeking greater depth of knowledge of the mechanisms of pain and potential targets for treatment.
Key features
  • Includes all areas of pain management in small animal medicine
  • Reflects the latest evidence on why and how to treat individual animals
  • Thorough, well-illustrated guide by a leading authority
** Critical acclaim for the author's previous book, Chronic Pain in Small Animal Medicine:
A landmark publication that has the potential to considerably progress the management of chronic pain in veterinary patients. Veterinary Practice
Well illustrated ............. highly readable and accessible format...recommended to any veterinary surgeon with an interest in analgesia or who simply wishes to improve their understanding of pain in a clinical context. Journal of Small Animal Practice
Merits a place in the university and practice library, especially as a reference text. Veterinary Record
A very good guide to the understanding and management of pain, particularly as a result of a chronic condition. (4 stars) Doody's Review Service
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781840761832
ISBN-10: 1840761830
Pagini: 416
Ilustrații: 238 colour illustrations
Dimensiuni: 204 x 269 x 22 mm
Greutate: 1.11 kg
Editura: Manson Publishing Ltd

Public țintă

Veterinary healthcare professionals.

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The author of a highly successful book on chronic pain in small animals** now turns his attention to all types of pain affecting the dog and the cat. Dr Foxs work is pre-eminent in describing and illustrating clearly and simply the difficulties and choices facing the veterinarian in identifying and treating pain, as well as providing an account of the neurobiological mechanisms responsible for pain.
This approach is continued in his new book, which retains the best from the earlier book and expands upon it to include areas beyond chronic pain. By focusing on the latest evidence and contemporary understanding of why and how to treat pain, the author aims to raise standards in resolving pain management to the best possible practice.
Pain Management in Small Animal Medicine is of value to veterinarians in practice, training, education and research, and to all related veterinary healthcare professionals seeking greater depth of knowledge of the mechanisms of pain and potential targets for treatment.
Key features
  • Includes all areas of pain management in small animal medicine
  • Reflects the latest evidence on why and how to treat individual animals
  • Thorough, well-illustrated guide by a leading authority
** Critical acclaim for the author's previous book, Chronic Pain in Small Animal Medicine:
A landmark publication that has the potential to considerably progress the management of chronic pain in veterinary patients. Veterinary Practice
Well illustrated ............. highly readable and accessible format...recommended to any veterinary surgeon with an interest in analgesia or who simply wishes to improve their understanding of pain in a clinical context. Journal of Small Animal Practice
Merits a place in the university and practice library, especially as a reference text. Veterinary Record
A very good guide to the understanding and management of pain, particularly as a result of a chronic condition. (4 stars) Doody's Review Service