Lumb & Jones' is the definitive reference in veterinary anesthesia and analgesia, covering all large and small animal species and a full array of clinical conditions and diseases. This new edition is greatly expanded and revised - an essential and comprehensive text for anyone with a special interest in animal anesthesia and analgesia.
The ever-increasing importance of pain management is highlighted by new chapters on pain physiology, analgesic medications, acupuncture, physical rehabilitation, and palliative analgesia, and most noticeably is reflected in the book's new title, Lumb & Jones' Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia. This edition brings together over 65 authors, offering a wide breadth and depth of expertise with contributions from anesthesiologists, pharmacologists, surgeons, criticalists, internists and other clinical specialists.
Extensive species chapters span the range of small and large animals, including expanded coverage of laboratory, exotic and zoo animal species, aquatic mammals and fish. Later chapters provide detailed coverage of important considerations for specific diseases and types of patients and procedures, including new chapters on the anesthetic management of dental, cancer, orthopedic and equine colic patients. Preliminary sections cover the general principles of anesthesia, physiology and pharmacology, equipment and monitoring, and anesthetic and analgesic techniques.
* New edition of the definitive reference in veterinary anesthesia
* Expanded focus on pain management
* Written by international team of experts including more than 65 contributing authors
* Covers anesthesia management of domestic and wild species and full array of clinical conditions and diseases
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Many changes have occurred in veterinary medicine and anesthesia, with each succeeding edition of this definitive reference faithfully updating and documenting these advances. In recent years, the ever increasing emphasis on the treatment of animal pain has placed veterinary anesthesiology and pain management in a central role in the delivery of humane veterinary care. Accordingly, the increased importance of analgesia is highlighted in this new edition by the inclusion of several chapters focusing on recent advancements in animal pain management and most noticeably is reflected in its new title, Lumb and Jones' Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia. This edition of Lumb and Jones' has 63 contributing authors, offering a wide breadth of author scientific training and clinical experience. As would be expected, many of the contributing authors are anesthesiologists but a number of new chapter authors are specialized in other clinical areas including clinical pharmacology, surgery, medicine, critical care, cardiology, neurology, urology, ophthalmology, dentistry, radiology, physical rehabilitation, and lab animal medicine. This increased diversity in authorship will provide an even more comprehensive perspective to the management of anesthesia and pain in patients suffering from an array of clinical conditions and disease. Covering all veterinary species and a full array of clinical conditions and diseases, Lumb and Jones' serves as the gold standard reference in veterinary anesthesia and analgesia.About the Author:
William J. Tranquilli, DVM, MS, DACVA, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA
John C. Thurmon, DVM, MS, DACVA, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA.
Kurt A. Grimm, DVM, PhD, DACVA, DACVCP, Veterinary Specialist Services, Conifer, Colorado, USA.
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