By Alasdair Hotston Moore, Rosa Angela Ragni
A pragmatic and accomplished consultant to inflexible endoscopy and endosurgery in small animal perform. totally illustrated all through, it covers the scientific therapy of small animals from pre-operative via to post-operative care. on the subject of particular techniques, this guide comprises suggestions at the collection of gear, surgical suggestions, anaesthesia and attainable problems. a consultant bankruptcy advising at the remedy of birds, reptiles and small mammals is additionally integrated.
Clinical guide of Small Animal Endosurgery will let veterinarians to strengthen and enhance their endoscopic ideas in scientific perform, in addition to offering suggestions on referral recommendations for extra advanced cases.
• offers entire details on the way to practice inflexible endoscopic investigations and procedures.
• the focal point is on canine and cats with a consultant bankruptcy masking the remedy of unique small animals
• comprises many complete color medical photographs
• Written and edited by means of specialists within the field
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