Clinical Manual of Small Animal Endosurgery
written by Alasdair Hotston Moore in 2012
Clinical Manual of Small Animal Endosurgery is practical and comprehensive guide to rigid endoscopy and endosurgery in small animal practice. Fully illustrated throughout, it covers the clinical treatment of small animals from pre-operative through to post-operative care. With reference to specific procedures, this manual includes guidance on the selection of equipment, surgical techniques, anaesthesia and possible complications. A specialist chapter advising on the treatment of birds, reptiles and small mammals is also included.
Clinical Manual of Small Animal Endosurgery will enable veterinarians to develop and improve their endoscopic techniques in clinical practice, as well as providing guidance on referral options for more complex cases.
- Provides comprehensive information on how to perform rigid endoscopic investigations and procedures.
- The focus is on dogs and cats with a specialist chapter covering the treatment of exotic small animals
- Contains many full colour clinical photographs
- Written and edited by experts in the field
This is a text which should form part of the library of any specialist in minimally invasive veterinary procedures, as much for its quality and the range of its studies as for its up to date information.
I think this book Clinical Manual of Small Animal Endosurgery is worth the money to help you get started, and I believe will help the more experienced surgeons in their steep learning curve with endosurgical procedures. This is a nice handbook on the rapidly expanding field of minimally invasive surgery and will serve as a helpful reference for practitioners interested in this field.
Experts discuss the surgeries, counter indications and complications, and treatment options in a powerful survey highly recommended for any veterinary clinician’s reference library.
Clinical Manual of Small Animal Endosurgery provides a practical, comprehensive guide to rigid endoscopy and endosurgery in small animal practices, is packed with illustrations, and covers pre-operative through post-operative care.
The illustrations particularly will make this a must-have text for endoscopists of the future, which should include both practitioners and specialists. It is certainly a welcome addition to my bookshelf.
This is a good manual for those wishing to learn more about veterinary endosurgery as a whole. The soft tissue applications of endosurgery are well covered with very helpful illustrations. Password: CMOSAD1+PDFLibrary.Net