4 Booth N.H.: Psychotropic agents, in Booth N.H., McDonald L.H. (eds): Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, ed. 6. Ames, I.A., Iowa State
University Press, 1982, pp363–395. 5 Booth N.H.: Nonnarcotic analgesics, in
Booth N.H., ...
Author: Arthur L. Craigmill
Publisher: CRC Press
Handbook of Comparative Pharmacokinetics and Residues of Veterinary Therapeutic Drugs is a unique compilation of comparative pharmacokinetic data for veterinary therapeutic drugs. The book features an excellent introductory chapter on basic veterinary pharmacokinetics and includes pharmacological data taken from hundreds of primary research references. These data are presented in standardized units and are arranged in conveniently organized tables so that comparisons between data can be made easily. Much of the data is new and was taken from articles in which data was not subjected to pharmacokinetic analysis.
Journal Of Veterinary Pharmacology And Therapeutics, 15, 343-50. Cullen, L. K. (
1999) Xylazine And Medetomidine In Small Animals: These Drugs Should Be
Used Carefully. Australian Veterinary Journal, 77, 722-723. Daniell, H. B. (1975)
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Ninth Edition is the long awaited update of the gold-standard reference on veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics. The field of veterinary pharmacology continues to evolve and expand and this new edition has been revised to reflect changes in the field. Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Ninth Edition is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded to meet the needs of today’s veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health researchers.
VETERINARY THERAPEUTICS VOLUME 10 , NUMBER 3 I FALL 2009 Peter J.
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University Glenna E. Mauldin Western Veterinary Specialist and Emergency
VETERINARY THERAPEUTICS PART I CHAPTER I INTRODUCTORY VETERINARY therapeutics is the subject which relates to the treatment of
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New Technologies for Application to Veterinary Therapeutics Abstract The
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The human–animal bond has evolved and diversi?ed down the ages. Dogs, cats and even horses, have long ful?lled the role of faithful companion and indeed, as exempli?ed by the introduction of seeing and hearing dogs, there may be a critical level of co-dependency between the species. In the twenty-?rst century, the animal types that are kept as pets in many parts of the world are extensive ranging from reptiles through rodents to ruminants and beyond. As would be predicted by the nature of the relationship, the approach to treatment of a companion animal is often closely aligned to that which would have been offered to their owner. However, an increasing awareness of welfare issues, such as the recognition that animals expe- ence pain and the proven bene?ts of disease prevention in intensive farming units, together with the growth in zoos and wildlife parks, has increased the likelihood of food producing and non-domesticated animals receiving medicinal products during their life-time. Although many of the individual drugs or classes of drugs administered to animals are the same as, or derived from, those given to man, the safe and effective use of drugs in animals often cannot be achieved by simply transposing knowledge of drug action on, or behaviour in, the body from one species to another. The impact of the anatomical, physiological and pathophysiological variability that spans the animal kingdom can often profoundly alter drug response.
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Pathology and Therapeutics of the Domestic Animals . By Drs Friedberger and
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I am aware that this smacks of empirical therapeutics , but however much it may
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We take advanced courses in surgery , practice , bacteriology , sanitary science ...
In fact , the hypodermic syringe ought to render quinine quite a “ standing card ”
in veterinary therapeutics . Turning to the tracheal mode of administering
medicines to the lower animals , we find quite an enthusiastic expounder of that
Extracts from Foreign Journals . VETERINARY THERAPEUTICS IN
CONSTANTINOPLE . At the present moment , when the attention of the whole
world is directed to Eastern Europe , we draw attention to the following extract
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A comprehensive review of therapeutics and control of sheep and goat diseases for the food animal practitioner! Topics include pharmaceutical control of reproduction in sheep and goats, drug laws and regulations in sheep and goats, treatment and control of peri-parturient metabolic diseases in sheep and goats, treatment and control of mastitis and contagious agalactia, control of important clostridial diseases of sheep, treatment and control of ectoparasites in small ruminants, treatment and control of respiratory disease in sheep, treatment of emergency conditions in sheep and goat, control of brucella ovis infection in sheep, non-pharmaceutical control of endoparasitic infections of sheep, anaesthesia and analgesia in sheep and goats, control of paratuberculosis in sheep and goats, pharmaceutical control of endoparasitic infections in sheep, treatment and control of hoof disorders in sheep and goats, and much more!
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Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Whether you’re a new vet tech student or reviewing for the certification exam, Mosby's Comprehensive Review for Veterinary Technicians, 4th Edition is the ideal review tool to help you master critical concepts and pass the VTNE. Now in full color, this edition features a user-friendly outline format that helps break down information visually. Coverage reinforces key concepts in basic and clinical sciences, clinical applications, patient management and nutrition, anesthesia and pharmacology, medical and surgical nursing, and critical care, plus new information on pain management. To ensure the most meaningful review, the Evolve site features a study mode that includes 500 review questions and an exam mode that offers a computer-based testing environment similar to what you will encounter when taking the VTNE. Comprehensive coverage includes all areas of veterinary technology, such as: basic and clinical sciences; clinical applications; patient management, nursing and nutrition; anesthesia and pharmacology; and professional practices and issues. Comprehensive review exam at the end of the text contains 350 questions that provide you with a solid review of the vet tech curriculum and the information you need to know to pass the VTNE. User-friendly outline format is conducive to classification and grouping of material, which helps you retain the content. Coverage of dogs, cats, large animals, birds, reptiles, and laboratory animals ensures you are prepared for all aspects of the national board examination. Summarized concepts and procedures are highlighted in boxes and tables to support visual learners. Student-friendly chapter format contains a chapter outline, learning outcomes, a glossary, and review questions. Appendix of veterinary technician resources include American, Canadian, and international vet tech associations; registration of technicians; and special internet sites of interest to veterinary technicians. NEW! Chapter on pain management and updated and expanded chapter discussions provide the information needed to pass the VTNE NEW! Companion Evolve website contains a practice exam that simulates the computer-based VTNE testing environment. NEW! Full-color format features vivid color photos to support comprehension and recognition of essential concepts including histology, hematology, diagnostic microbiology and mycology, virology, urinalysis, and parasitology.
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Sulfanilamide in Veterinary Therapeutics . 488 Equine Conditions in Puerto Rico
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Proceedings of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Medical
Societies , etc. ... Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics ; by Mr.
Wallace Hoare , a copy of works on Veterinary Therapeutics and Pharmacology ...
For a more detailed account of the actions and uses of veterinary medicines the
reader is referred to the books of Dun and Morton , also to the forthcoming work
on · Veterinary Therapeutics ' by Professor George Brown . To the last - named ...