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Manual of Equine Anesthesia and Analgesia

Doherty, Tom / Valverde, Alexander / Reed, Rachel A (Herausgeber)

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2. Auflage Januar 2022
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A fully updated new edition of this practical guide to managing anesthesia in horses and other equids, providing updated and expanded information in a concise, easy-to-read format

Manual of Equine Anesthesia and Analgesia provides practitioners and veterinary students with concise, highly practical guidance to anesthetizing horses, donkeys, and mules. Using a bulleted quick-reference format, this popular resource covers the basic physiological and pharmacological principles of anesthesia, patient preparation and monitoring, and the management of sedation and anesthesia. Chapters written by leading veterinary anesthesiologists contain numerous clinical images and illustrations, case examples, tables, diagrams, and boxed summaries of important points.

Now in full color, the second edition features extensively revised and updated information throughout. New sections cover chronic pain, management of horses undergoing MRI, ventilators, nerve blocks for reproductive surgery, muscle relaxants, various new drugs, paravertebral anesthesia, treatment of pain using acupuncture and physical rehabilitation techniques, and more. Up-to-date appendices contain drug lists and dosages as well as equations related to equine cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This concise, easy-to-follow guide:
* Provides practical, clinically oriented information on anesthetizing equids
* Uses a bulleted format designed for fast access of key information
* Offers step-by-step instructions and diagrams of nerve blocks of the limbs, head, and ophthalmic structures
* Includes new coverage of topics including regulation of extracellular fluid and blood pressure, acid-base disorders, and hemodynamic effects of autonomic drugs

Manual of Equine Anesthesia and Analgesia, Second Edition, remains a must-have resource for all equine practitioners and veterinary students involved with anesthetizing horses.

Chapter 1 Preoperative Evaluation

The risk of equine anesthesia

Tanya Duke-Novakovski

Patient preparation

Tanya Duke-Novakovski


Chapter 2 Serum Chemistry and Hematology

Carla Sommardahl


Chapter 3 The Cardiovascular System

Physiology of the cardiovascular system

Tamara Grubb

Evaluation of the cardiovascular system

Daniel G. Kenney


Chapter 4 The Respiratory System

Anatomy of the respiratory system

Robert Reed

Physiology of the respiratory system

Carolyn Kerr

Evaluation of the respiratory system

Tom Doherty

Airway management

Tom Doherty

Tracheostomy

Tanner Snowden, Jim Schumacher


Chapter 5 The renal system

Natalie S. Chow


Chapter 6 Neurophysiology and Neuroanesthesia

Tanya Duke-Novakovski


Chapter 7 The autonomic nervous system

Christine Egger


Chapter 8 Electrolyte and Fluid therapy

Electrolytes

Rachel A. Reed

Fluid therapy

Christopher K. Smith


Chapter 9 Acid-base Physiology

Traditional approach

Alex Valverde, Tom Doherty

Physicochemical approach

Diego Gomez, Alex Valverde


Chapter 10 Hemostasis and hemotherapy

Hemostasis

Kira L. Epstein

Hemotherapy

Kira L. Epstein


Chapter 11 Thermoregulation

Chiara E. Hampton


Chapter 12 Pharmacology of drugs used in equine anesthesia

Phenothiazines

Butyrophenones

Alpha2 adrenergic agonists

Opioids

Tramadol

Trazadone

Benzodiazepines

Guaifenesin

Ketamine

Tiletamine and zolazepam (TZ)

Alfaxalone

Propofol

Barbiturates

Alicia Skelding

Intravenous lidocaine

Patricia Queiroz-Williams

Horse related drug regulations in Europe

Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger, Simone K Ringer


Chapter 13 Inhalational anesthetics

Rachel A. Reed


Chapter 14 Local anesthetics

Catherine M. Creighton, Leigh Lamont


Chapter 15 Neuromuscular blocking agents in horses

Manuel Martin-Flores, Daniel M. Sakai


Chapter 16 Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs and Corticosteroids

Stephanie Kleine


Chapter 17 Anesthetic machines and equipment

Rachel A. Reed


Chapter 18 Positioning the anesthetized horse

Hui Chu Lin


Chapter 19 Monitoring

Monitoring the central nervous system

Joanna C. Murrell

Cardiovascular monitoring

Alanna N. Johnson

Respiratory monitoring

Alanna N. Johnson

Anesthetic agent monitoring

Alanna N. Johnson

Monitoring temperature

Chiara E Hampton

Monitoring neuromuscular function

Manuel Martin-Flores, Daniel M Sakai


Chapter 20 Standing sedation

Catherine M. Creighton


Chapter 21 General anesthesia techniques

Inhalational anesthesia

Total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA)

Partial intravenous anesthesia (PIVA)

Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger, Simone K. Ringer

Chapter 22 Anesthesia of the head and neck

Anesthesia of the head

Jim Schumacher, John Schumacher, Ray Wilhite

Maxillary nerve block in donkeys

Usama Hagag

Cervical plexus block

Luis Campoy

Chapter 23 Local anesthesia of the eye

Daniel S. Ward


Chapter 24 Anesthesia of the Limbs

Jim Schumacher, John Schumacher, Ray Wilhite

Chapter 25 Anesthesia of the perineum and testicle

Pudendal nerve block - Electrostimulation technique

Kirsty Gallacher, Luiz Santos



Pudendal nerve block - blind approach

Jim Schumacher

Local anesthesia for castration

Phillip D. Jones


Chapter 26 Anesthesia of the abdominal wall

Thoracolumbar paravertebral block (TPVB) - Electrostimulation technique

Luiz Santos, Kirsty Gallacher

Paravertebral nerve block - Blind technique

Alex Valverde

Transversus abdominis plane block

Alex Valverde, Flavio Freitag

Caudal intercostal block for abdominal surgery (CIBAS)

Benjamin Gingold

Chapter 27 - Epidural analgesia and anesthesia

Alex Valverde

Chapter 28 Pathophysiology of pain

Rachel A. Reed

Chapter 29 Pain recognition in horses

Karina B. Gleerup, Casper Lindegaard, Pia Haubro Andersen


Chapter 30 Management of Pain

The pharmacologic approach to pain management

Rachel A. Reed

Rehabilitation modalities for acute and chronic pain in horses

Tena L. Ursini

Equine acupuncture

Neal Valk


Chapter 31 Anesthesia of foals

Tom Doherty, Alex Valverde


Chapter 32 Anesthesia of horses with intestinal emergencies (colic)

Tom Doherty


Chapter 33 Anesthesia of the geriatric horse

Reza M. Seddighi

Chapter 34 Anesthesia and pregnancy

Lydia Donaldson


Chapter 35 Anesthesia for equine imaging

Carrie A. Davis


Chapter 36 Anesthesia of Donkeys and Mules

Anatomical, physiological, and behavioral differences

Suzanne L. Burnham

Sedation and Anesthesia of Donkeys and Mules

Tom Doherty

Donkey pain assessment scales

Machteld van Dierendonck , Thijs van Loon


Chapter 37 Remote capture of equids

Nigel Caulkett

Chapter 38 Complications

Intraoperative hypotension

Christopher K. Smith, Tom Doherty

Intraoperative hypertension

Tom Doherty

Hypoxia and Hypoxemia

Rachel A. Reed

Hypercarbia

Tom Doherty

Pulmonary edema as a consequence of airway obstruction

Tom Doherty

Endotoxemia

Tom Doherty

Postanesthetic myopathy

Krista B. Mitchell

Neuropathy

Rachel A. Reed

Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (HYPP)

Alanna Johnson, Rachel A. Reed

Malignant hyperthermia

Alanna Johnson, Rachel A. Reed

Delayed awakening and recovery

Tom Doherty

Paraphimosis and Priaprism

Meggan Graves, Jim Schumacher

Anaphylactic and anaphylactoid reactions

Rachel A. Reed

Intra-carotid and perivascular injections

Rachel A. Reed

Equine cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Genevieve Bussieres


Chapter 39 Recovery from anesthesia

Bernd Driessen


Chapter 40 Euthanasia

Ron Jones, Tom Doherty
The editors

Tom Doherty, MVB, MSc, Dip ACVAA, is Professor (retired) at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.

Alex Valverde, DVM, DVSc, Dip ACVAA, is Professor at Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Rachel A. Reed, DVM, DACVAA, is Clinical Associate Professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, USA.

T. Doherty, University of Tennessee; A. Valverde, University of Florida