By C. Langdon Fielding, K. Gary Magdesian
Equine Fluid treatment is the 1st connection with draw equine-specific fluid remedy info jointly right into a unmarried, complete source. delivering present details designated to horses at the learn and perform of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base problems, the e-book is designed to be clinically orientated but thorough, offering distinctive innovations adapted to equine perform. With info starting from body structure and acid-base stability to fluid treatment for particular stipulations, Equine Fluid treatment covers fluid remedies in either grownup horses and foals, highlighting the original physiologic beneficial properties, stipulations, and alterations in foals.
Well-illustrated all through, the ebook starts off with an outline of the body structure of fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base, then strikes into useful info together with apparatus, tracking innovations, fluid offerings, and strength problems. a last part bargains chapters on blood transfusions, colloids, parenteral food, and hemodynamic tracking. Equine Fluid treatment is an important reference for equine practitioners, experts, and researchers.
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