The Handbook of Equine Anaesthesia continues to offer sound practical guidance on all aspects of sedation and anaesthesia in horses. It covers anaesthesia in a logical way from pre-anaesthetic preparation through to induction, maintenance, monitoring and recovery; as well as highlighting any problems and special situations. This second edition now devotes a new chapter to analgesia. As an easy reference book, it is designed for everyday use by the equine practitioner; from those who anaesthetise many horses daily under theatre conditions, to those who anaesthetise just a few a year.
Front Cover; Handbook of Equine Anaesthesia; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. Sedation and Premedication; Chapter 3 Intravenous Anaesthesia; Chapter 4. Inhalation Anaesthesia; Chapter 5. Monitoring; Chapter 6. Analgesia; Chapter 7. Anaesthetic Problems; Chapter 8. Anaesthesia in Special Situations; Appendix European Law and the Horse as a Food Animal; Index
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