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Fundamental Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia

Zeiler, Gareth E. / Pang, Daniel S. J. (Editor)

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1. Edition February 2024
496 Pages, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-79124-9
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Fundamental Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia

Comprehensive textbook integrating physiology and anesthesia of multiple species of animals in a unique practical setting

Fundamental Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia is designed specifically for veterinary students, animal health technicians and veterinarians in general practice. The first edition of Fundamental Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia covers the key principles of veterinary anesthesia, encompassing a wide range of species, including dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and pigs, and establishing links between physiology, pharmacology, and clinical practice in healthy and ill patients.

This text serves as a practical guide for students to prepare themselves for clinical work in a private practice setting, and as a rich, practical resource for those in general practice.

This text is ideally used as a complete curriculum aligned resource, and the companion website is designed to decrease the burden of lecturers who need to compile PowerPoint presentations and review questions.

Topics covered in Fundamental Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia include:
* Practical approaches to the peri-anesthetic period, from patient assessment, through to preparing for, and successfully completing, an anesthetic event
* Anesthetic drugs available in an academic or private practice, with a focus on commonly used drugs
* Components of the anesthetic machine, gas flow through the machine, how vaporizers work and their functionalities
* Principles and techniques of patient monitoring, with a focus on commonly available devices and their applications

Contributors ix

Preface xiii

Glossary xv

About the Companion Website xvii

Section 1 Foundational Knowledge 1

1 Veterinary Anesthesia 3
Gareth Zeiler and Daniel Pang

2 Patient Assessment, Planning, and Preparation 9
Tim Bosmans, Roxanne Buck, and Gareth Zeiler

3 Pain Physiology, Assessment, and Principles of Treatment 29
Jo Murrell and Daniel Pang

4 Principles of Anesthetic Monitoring and Monitoring Equipment 49
H. Nicole Trenholme and Daniel Pang xvii

5 Inhalation Anesthetic Delivery Apparatus 69
Eugene P. Steffey and Gareth E. Zeiler

6 Introduction to Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy 97
Gareth Zeiler and Daniel Pang

7 Injectable Drugs Used for Premedication, Induction, and Maintenance of General Anesthesia 113
Khursheed Mama and Gareth Zeiler

8 Inhalational Anesthetic Drugs 131
Nigel Caulkett and Daniel Pang

9 Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Local Anesthetic Drugs, and Adjunct Drugs Used for Pain Management 145
H. Nicole Trenholme, Gareth Zeiler, and Daniel Pang

10 Other Drugs Used During the Peri-anesthetic Period 159
Abdur Kadwa, Keagan Boustead, Justin Grace, Daniel Pang, and Gareth Zeiler

Section 2 Fundamental Aspects of Clinical Anesthesia 181

11 Standards of Practice for Performing Veterinary Anesthesia 183
Matthew Gurney, Robert Meyer, Stijn Schauvliege, and Daniel Pang

12 Approach to Healthy Dog and Cat Anesthesia and Analgesia, and Selected Disease Processes and Procedures 189
Pamela Murison and Gareth Zeiler

13 Approach to Healthy Horse, Donkey, and Mule Anesthesia and Analgesia 227
John Hubbell, Nora Matthews, and Daniel Pang

14 Anesthesia and Analgesia of Healthy Exotic Companion Mammals, Ruminants, and Pigs 247
Hugo van Oostrom, Samantha Swisher, and Gareth Zeiler

15 Approach to Neonatal, Pediatric, and Geriatric Patients 283
Sabine Kästner and Gareth Zeiler

16 Approach to a Patient in Shock 311
Benjamin M. Brainard, H. Nicole Trenholme, and Daniel Pang

17 Approach to a Patient with Cardiac Pathology 339
Jonathan Lichtenberger, Alicia Skelding, and Daniel Pang

18 Approach to a Patient with Respiratory Pathology 363
Carolyn Kerr and Gareth Zeiler

19 Approach to a Patient with Renal, Urinary, or Hepatobiliary Disease 399
Chantal McMillan and Gareth Zeiler

20 Anesthetic Complications and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 425
Tamara Grubb, Daniel Pang, and Gareth Zeiler

Appendix 1: RECOVER CPR Algorithms 441

Appendix 2: RECOVER CPR Emergency Drug Dose Charts 443

Appendix 3: Checklists 445

Appendix 4: Peri-anesthetic Monitoring Sheets 453

Index 455
Editors

Gareth Edward Zeiler, BVSc, BVSc (Hons), MMedVet (Anaes), PhD (University of Pretoria), PhD (University of Witwatersrand), Dipl. ECVAA, Dipl. ACVAA; American, European and South African registered specialist in veterinary anaesthesiology. Extraordinary Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Veterinary Anaesthesiology; Section of Anaesthesiology, Department of Companion Animal Clinical Studies, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria

Daniel S. Pang, BVSc, MSc, PhD (Imperial College, London), Dipl. ACVAA, Dipl. ECVAA; American and European registered specialist in veterinary anaesthesiology. Associate Professor of Veterinary Anaesthesiology; Department of Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences; University of Calgary

G. E. Zeiler, University of Pretoria, South Africa; D. S. J. Pang, University of Calgary, Canada