Veterinary Emergency Medicine Secrets 2nd Edition
By Wayne E. Wingfield, Published: 2000, FileType: PDF
In this second edition of Veterinary Emergency Medicine Secrets we have updated the chapters from the first edition and added some new chapters based on new interests and involvement of emergency veterinarians. This question-and-answer format continues to be a useful means of offering information about veterinary emergency medicine. The stimuli for new questions and answers have come from readers of the first edition, students in the arena of emergency and critical care medicine, veterinary nurses and technicians, and chapter authors. We all encounter new and exciting experiences each and every day of our professional lives. Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine 2 Volumes
Too often we need that quick answer to one of these new experiences. Undoubtedly this process will continue as our specialty matures and expands. We are in the most exciting specialty of veterinary medicine. Where else could we be afforded the opportunity to practice emergency medicine, internal medicine, surgery, anesthesia, neurology, cardiology, and other specialties? The beauty of our specialty is the advantage of seeing a response to treatment in a short time. These are exciting times-live them, learn from them, and publish your results!
The fact that all veterinarians see emergencies on a regular basis, and the increasing importance of emergency medicine and critical care in veterinary medicine, have helped make this one of the best-selling books in The Secrets Series® and in veterinary medicine and critical care. Dr. Wingfield is one of the preeminent authorities in this field, and the new edition is completely revised and updated, featuring a number of new authors, with new chapters on disaster medicine and the transfusion trigger. Critical care management of dogs and cats are also covered.
I’m just getting started reading this book and so far I love it. I’ve been in the Veterinary field for a while and thought this would be a great book to have for a refresher and also to answer questions that I may have now that I’ve moved into the Critical Care / Emergency end of Veterinary Medicine.
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