Problem based Feline Medicine

Unique problem-based approach discusses how to make a problem-based diagnosis. Concise, logical format makes this resource ideal for quick reference in the clinical setting. Covers every condition likely to be encountered in cats worldwide.

Problem based Feline Medicine

This focused resource covers all medical conditions that affect cats. Using a unique problem-based approach, it provides essential information for assessing presenting symptoms, reaching a differential diagnosis, and selecting the appropriate course of treatment for feline patients. A consistent format makes it easy to find information related to key signs and possible causative factors (graded to indicate how common each is), diagnosis, differential diagnosis (including tests where appropriate), treatment, prognosis, and prevention (where applicable) for each clinical condition. Unique problem-based approach discusses how to make a problem-based diagnosis. Concise, logical format makes this resource ideal for quick reference in the clinical setting. Covers every condition likely to be encountered in cats worldwide. Features a strong international contributor list of feline experts from North America, UK, Europe, and Australia A comprehensive drug formulary lists all drug treatments available for cats. A separate chapter on drugs in cats lists the problems veterinarians might encounter due to differences in feline metabolism.

Performing the Small Animal Physical Examination

Laboratory Animals, 14(3), 197–198. Parent, J.M. (2006) The cat with a head tilt,
vestibular ataxia, or nystagmus, in Problem-Based Feline Medicine (ed. J. Rand),
Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia, pp. 835–851. Gunn-Moore, D. (2006) The cat ...

Performing the Small Animal Physical Examination

Performing the Small Animal Physical Examination offers an easy-to-follow guide to successfully executing a thorough physical exam in cats and dogs, with nearly 1,000 clinical photographs depicting step-by-step details. Provides comprehensive, practical information on the physical examination in small animal patients Presents nearly 1,000 color photographs with step-by-step details of the procedures and principles Offers advice on preparing the examination room, useful tips, and concrete guidance for examining each body system Outlines a systematic, in-depth approach to the initial examination in dogs and cats Supports new and experienced veterinarians and veterinary technicians alike in performing a thorough basic exam

Common Clinical Presentations in Dogs and Cats

Edinburgh; New York: Saunders. 9 Smith, R.I.E. (2006). The cat with ocular
discharge or changed conjunctival appearance. In: Problem Based Feline
Medicine (ed. J. Rand), 1207–1232. Edinburgh; New York: Saunders. 10
Millichamp NJ.

Common Clinical Presentations in Dogs and Cats

Common Clinical Presentations in Dogs and Cats is a reliable resource and quick reference to essential information for diagnosing canine and feline patients, based on presenting complaints. The text takes a problem-oriented approach to recognizing common clinical conditions, and introduces diagnostic and treatment plans for companion animal practice. Equally useful for veterinary students and practicing clinicians, the book presents 78 chapters grouped by body system, for ease of access. Each chapter focuses on identifying the chief complaint, pinpointing possible diagnoses, and determining the clinical approach to patient care. The book is richly illustrated throughout with clinical photographs and line drawings that demonstrate the concepts presented. Common Clinical Presentations in Dogs and Cats is an essential resource that: • Gives clinicians fast access to essential details for approaching common case presentations in dogs and cats and forming a correct diagnosis • Presents information by clinical signs, organized by body system • Takes a standardized chapter format for ease of use • Includes color photographs and line drawings to illustrate the conditions discussed Written for small animal general practitioners and veterinary students, Common Clinical Presentations in Dogs and Cats is a patient-side reference that can help practitioners gain the knowledge and confidence to correctly diagnose a wide range of clinical presentations.

Notes on Feline Internal Medicine

CHANGES FOR THIS EDITION • Stronger focus is placed on initial testing for a disease, and what changes might be expected. • Additional sections have been added on sedation and anaesthesia, health screening, oncology and emergency and ...

Notes on Feline Internal Medicine

Helping you get started with a problem solving approach to asick cat. Notes on Feline Internal Medicine 2nd edition is part ofa popular series specifically designed, through an accessiblenote-based style, to ensure veterinarians and students have quickand easy access to comprehensive and practical clinical anddiagnostic information. Distinct differences exist between cats and dogs not only intheir physiology and metabolism but also in the way disease tendsto present. This book is a short ‘pocket guide’to feline internal medicine helping you to formulate a diagnosticplan and therapeutic strategy. The focus is on evidence-basedmedicine where available, otherwise current best practice ispresented. The book is divided into four sections: • Section 1 gives an overview of some key areas offeline medicine including paediatric and geriatric medicine. • Section 2 focuses on the approach to common presentingsigns and differential diagnosis of commonly used haematologic andbiochemical parameters. • Section 3 presents an organ system basedapproach • Section 4 covers feline infectious diseases. A selection of useful texts and websites for further reading areincluded at the end of the book. CHANGES FOR THIS EDITION • Stronger focus is placed on initial testing for adisease, and what changes might be expected. • Additional sections have been added on sedation andanaesthesia, health screening, oncology and emergency and criticalcare. • More diagrams added to aid understanding. • Care taken to avoid repetition and focus placed oncommon conditions.

BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice

A unique feature of this Manual are the many ‘Quick Reference Guides’ (QRGs) provided throughout , which present practical techniques and treatments in easy-to-follow step-by-step guides, with clear colour photographs illustrating each ...

BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice

This new addition to the BSAVA Foundation Manual series serves to provide an easily accessible source of practical advice on the management of common feline problems encountered in first-opinion practice. It begins with an introduction to important general issues in effective feline practice, including handling techniques, principles of examination and how to ensure a cat-friendly practice. Gold-standard preventive healthcare guidelines focusing on a life-stage approach and a discussion on therapeutics including antibiotic use, analgesia and anaesthesia follow. The main part of the Manual comprises problem-oriented sections that focus on the investigation and initial management of, first, emergencies and then other common presentations such as alopecia, polydipsia and seizures. The final systems-based section gives more detailed information on the management of the disorders commonly seen in general practice. The Manual gives enough information for any vet to deal very competently with commonly seen feline problems, also providing guidance on where to go for further information if required. Where appropriate, guidelines are also given for when referral should be considered, and for situations where financial limitations may exist. A unique feature of this Manual are the many ‘Quick Reference Guides’ (QRGs) provided throughout , which present practical techniques and treatments in easy-to-follow step-by-step guides, with clear colour photographs illustrating each step whenever possible. The international panel of authors were carefully chosen for their practical expertise and passion in different areas of feline practice. The practical and easy-to-follow advice provided in this Manual makes it essential reading for all new graduates and first-opinion vets who see feline cases, as well as veterinary students and veterinary nurses worldwide.

Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine

With more images, discussion, and diagrams, this Second Edition includes more detail and new information throughout, particularly in the areas of antimicrobial guidelines, anti-fungal therapies, and ant-viral medications in cats.

Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine

This comprehensive reference provides readers with everything they need to know about diagnosing and treating canine and feline respiratory disease. Significantly updated and expanded, it focuses on localization of disease, efficient diagnostic testing, and appropriate therapy. With more images, discussion, and diagrams, this Second Edition includes more detail and new information throughout, particularly in the areas of antimicrobial guidelines, anti-fungal therapies, and ant-viral medications in cats. Logically organized for ease of use in the practice setting, Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine, Second Edition features problem-based learning to enhance working knowledge of the topics discussed. Chapters cover localization of disease, respiratory diagnostics, respiratory therapeutics, nasal disorders, and diseases of airways. Sections on parenchymal disease; pleural and mediastinal disease; and vascular disorders are also presented. Offers a complete guide to the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory conditions in canine and feline patients—now expanded to include more detailed and advanced information Focuses on localization of disease, diagnostic testing, and appropriate therapy Thoroughly updated with new antimicrobial guidelines, the latest information on anti-fungal therapy, and new advances in ant-viral medications in cats Includes many new images and topics for discussion Features problem-based learning exercises to support a working understanding of the topics discussed Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is an essential resource for veterinary internal medicine specialists, general practitioners, and veterinary students.

Canine and Feline Gastroenterology E Book

This authoritative text utilizes an evidence-based approach to reflect the latest science and research, complemented by principles of problem solving, algorithms to improve clinical diagnoses, and extensive full-color illustrations.

Canine and Feline Gastroenterology   E Book

A comprehensive reference standard for the discipline, Canine and Feline Gastroenterology covers the biology, pathobiology, and diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. An international team of experts, including 85 authors from 17 different countries, led by Robert Washabau and Michael Day, covers everything from minor problems such as adverse food reactions to debilitating inflammatory, infectious, metabolic, and neoplastic diseases of the digestive system. This authoritative text utilizes an evidence-based approach to reflect the latest science and research, complemented by principles of problem solving, algorithms to improve clinical diagnoses, and extensive full-color illustrations. For generalists and specialists alike, this gastroenterology reference should be part of every serious practitioner's professional library. A comprehensive, 928-page reference standard covers the discipline of canine and feline gastroenterology. An international focus is provided by 85 authors from 17 different countries, including renowned experts in veterinary gastroenterology, internal medicine, pathology, clinical pathology, radiology, and infectious disease. Coverage of the entire breadth and depth of gastroenterology ranges from biology to pathobiology, as well as diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. Current information on GI microflora, immunology, cellular growth, and systems integration provides a foundation for treating clinical problems. Coverage of diseases in dogs and cats includes the oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, colon, anorectum, liver and biliary tract, exocrine pancreas, peritoneum, and associated vasculature. A focus on patient management examines the full range of procedures and techniques essential to diagnosis and treatment from clinical signs and diagnosis to nutritional support and pharmacologic management of disease. Clear explanations of current diagnostic modalities include laboratory tests, molecular methods, diagnostic imaging, endoscopy, and histopathology, also showing how to interpret and utilize results. A strong clinical approach emphasizes need-to-know information for managing the common and not-so-common G.I. clinical problems of everyday practice. Full-color photographs and illustrations depict concepts, conditions, and procedures. An evidence-based medicine perspective reflects the latest research as well as the modern practice of veterinary medicine. Logical, coherent, and consistent internal organization makes this a reader-friendly edition. Problem-based algorithms help in diagnosing every G.I. clinical problem from A to Z. A stand-alone section on the pharmacologic approach to G.I. disease offers quick and easy drug reference.

Banfield

Evaluate each cat and determine which diet will meet its needs based on the
information presented in Table 2 . References 1. Rand , Jacquie . Problem -
based Feline Medicine . St. Louis , Mo. Elsevier ; 2006 ; 179-184 . 2. Barsanti JA ,
Shotts ...

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Annual Research Report of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences University of Florida Gainesville Florida

A Review of Possible Environmental Sources of Drug Positives . ... Prevalence of
Feline Leukemia Virus Infection and Serum Antibodies Against Feline
Immunodeficiency Virus in Unowned Free Roaming ... Problem - Based Feline
Medicine .

Annual Research Report of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station  Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences  University of Florida  Gainesville  Florida


Canine and Feline Gastroenterology

A comprehensive, 928-page reference standard covers the discipline of canine and feline gastroenterology.An international focus is provided by 85 authors from 17 different countries, including renowned experts in veterinary gastroenterology ...

Canine and Feline Gastroenterology

A comprehensive reference standard for the discipline, Canine and Feline Gastroenterology covers the biology, pathobiology, and diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. An international team of experts, including 85 authors from 17 different countries, led by Robert Washabau and Michael Day, covers everything from minor problems such as adverse food reactions to debilitating inflammatory, infectious, metabolic, and neoplastic diseases of the digestive system. This authoritative text utilizes an evidence-based approach to reflect the latest science and research, complemented by principles of problem solving, algorithms to improve clinical diagnoses, and extensive full-color illustrations. For generalists and specialists alike, this gastroenterology reference should be part of every serious practitioner's professional library. A comprehensive, 928-page reference standard covers the discipline of canine and feline gastroenterology. An international focus is provided by 85 authors from 17 different countries, including renowned experts in veterinary gastroenterology, internal medicine, pathology, clinical pathology, radiology, and infectious disease. Coverage of the entire breadth and depth of gastroenterology ranges from biology to pathobiology, as well as diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. Current information on GI microflora, immunology, cellular growth, and systems integration provides a foundation for treating clinical problems. Coverage of diseases in dogs and cats includes the oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, colon, anorectum, liver and biliary tract, exocrine pancreas, peritoneum, and associated vasculature. A focus on patient management examines the full range of procedures and techniques essential to diagnosis and treatment from clinical signs and diagnosis to nutritional support and pharmacologic management of disease. Clear explanations of current diagnostic modalities include laboratory tests, molecular methods, diagnostic imaging, endoscopy, and histopathology, also showing how to interpret and utilize results. A strong clinical approach emphasizes need-to-know information for managing the common and not-so-common G.I. clinical problems of everyday practice. Full-color photographs and illustrations depict concepts, conditions, and procedures. An evidence-based medicine perspective reflects the latest research as well as the modern practice of veterinary medicine. Logical, coherent, and consistent internal organization makes this a reader-friendly edition. Problem-based algorithms help in diagnosing every G.I. clinical problem from A to Z. A stand-alone section on the pharmacologic approach to G.I. disease offers quick and easy drug reference.

TAMU Annual Feline Medicine Symposium March 2 3 2002

Feline Otitis : Diagnosis and Treatment Robert A. Kennis DVM , DACVD Assistant
Professor Texas A & M University ... It is possible to quickly limit the differential
diagnoses based upon the observation of a unilaiera ! versus a bilateral problem
.

TAMU Annual Feline Medicine Symposium March 2 3  2002


Feline Practice

M Surgical Charts TM www w и Feline Behavior and Canine Behavior
Monographs containing Dr. Hart's columns from Feline Practice and Canine
Practice , based on extensive involvement with behavior Chart presentations of
surgical problems and solutions . ... Canine Practice includes original papers on
medical and surgical problems , procedures and diagnostic dilemmas in day - to -
day practitioner ...

Feline Practice


August s Consultations in Feline Internal Medicine Volume 7 E Book

Discussions of scientific findings always emphasize clinical relevance and practical application. This edition addresses new topics ranging from feline obesity and food allergies to respiratory mycoplasmal infections.

August s Consultations in Feline Internal Medicine  Volume 7   E Book

Stay current with cutting-edge information from the leading feline experts! August’s Consultations in Feline Internal Medicine, Volume 7 takes the popular Current Therapy approach to the latest issues, advances, and therapies in feline care. The 103 new chapters are organized by body systems, making information easy to access, and include more than 800 new detailed photographs, diagrams, and MRI and ultrasound images. Discussions of scientific findings always emphasize clinical relevance and practical application. This edition addresses new topics ranging from feline obesity and food allergies to respiratory mycoplasmal infections. From feline expert Susan Little, with chapters written by more than 130 international specialists, this practical resource will be an invaluable addition to every small animal clinician's library. The Current Therapy format focuses on the latest advances in feline care and includes broad, traditional, and controversial subjects of real clinical importance. Clinically relevant approach is supported with scientific research and promotes practical, progressive clinical management. More than 130 world-renowned contributors provide expert insight across the full spectrum of feline internal medicine. Extensive references make it easy to find additional information about specific topics most important to your practice. 103 ALL-NEW chapters reflect the latest findings, reports, and evidence-based coverage of pressing topics such as: Managing respiratory mycoplasmal infections Continuous glucose monitoring in cats with diabetes Feline food allergy Stem cell therapy for chronic kidney disease Feline idiopathic cystitis Electrochemotherapy Current concepts in preventing and managing obesity Recognition and treatment of hypertensive crises Feline social behavior and personality NEW Emergency and Critical Care Medicine section contains 13 chapters covering complicated and serious internal medical problems. NEW! More than 800 colorful new images clarify concepts and demonstrate clinical examples.

Pulse

The program is entitled , “ MEDICAL DISEASES OF THE CANINE AND FELINE :
INTEGRATION WITH THE PROBLEM ORIENTED SYSTEM . ” .... This in - depth
seminar on internal medical disorders of the dog and cat will be based on the ...

Pulse


Feline Medicine and Surgery

These problems make total parenteral hyperalimentation an impractical, less
desirable procedure than enteral ... conforming gauze, Begin administration of
the predetermined nutrient formulation based upon calculations described above
and ...

Feline Medicine and Surgery


Feline Medicine Surgery

26 Diagnosis : The diagnosis is based upon ra - diographic evidence of fluid in
the thoracic cavity and identification of the fluid . Chyle is like milk ... It is generally
true that adhesions create a distinct problem for the surgeon when 2 weeks have
elapsed since the injury . Large quantities ... is herniated . When a com 206
FELINE MEDICINE AND SURGERY Diseases of the Mediastinum Diaphragmatic
Hernia.

Feline Medicine   Surgery

Clinic - felis - surgery.

Trends

District of Columbia Academy of Veterinary Medicine Small Animal
Pharmacology . ... CSU's Problem - Based Approach to Practical Fracture
Management Using Pin & Wire and External Fixators . ... CSU's Current Topics in
Feline Medicine .

Trends


Feline Health Topics

Indeed , the presence of multiple concurrent diseases is an underrated problem
when dealing with complex cases ... Mistakes also occur when considering a
pattern based on too small a number of observations . In veterinary medicine ,
breed often plays an important role in recognizing patterns of disease , e.g. ,
muscular dystrophy in Devon Rex cats , and polycystic kidney disease in Persian
cats .

Feline Health Topics