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  • Book
    edited by Lais R. Costa, Mary Rose Paradis.
    Digital : Wiley2017
    Part I: General clinical examinations and routine procedures. Principles of horse handling for veterinarians: horse handling versus horse restraint -- Physical restraint of the horse for clinical procedures -- History and physical examination of the horse -- Venous blood collection -- Arterial blood collection -- Injection techniques -- Other routes of medication administration -- Placement and care of intravenous catheters -- Chemical restraint -- Aseptic technique -- Part II: Clinical procedures by body systems: digestive system. Oral and dental examination -- Perineural anesthesia for dental procedures -- Common dental procedures -- Nasogastric intubation -- Abdominocentesis -- Rectal examination -- Percutaneous cecal trocharization -- Gastroscopy and esophagoscopy -- Part III: Clinical procedures by body systems: respiratory system. Endoscopic examination of the upper respiratory tract -- Tracheostomy -- Nasopharyngeal sampling -- Nasotracheal intubation -- Endoscopy and catheterization of the guttural pouch for sampling and lavage -- Local bronchoalveolar lavage of adults and foals -- Transtracheal aspiration of adults and foals -- Part IV: Clinical procedures by body systems: locomotor system. Lameness examination. -- Perineural anesthesia of the limbs -- Arthrocentesis and intraarticular analgesia/anesthesia -- Intravenous regional limb perfusion in adult horses -- Collection of muscle biopsy in horses -- Examination of foot conformation and balance -- Limb bandages and splints -- Cast application -- Part V: Clinical procedures by body systems: reproductive system. Reproductive evaluation of the stallion -- Reproductive evaluation of the mare -- Artificial insemination -- Placement of Caslick's suture -- Evaluation and monitoring of the pregnant mare -- Impending parturition and delivery -- Evaluation and monitoring of the post-parturient mare -- Part VI: Clinical procedures in neonatal medicine. Restraining the neonatal foal -- Physical examination of the neonatal foal -- Electrocardiography in the neonatal foal -- Arterial blood pressure measurement in the neonatal foal -- Measurement of central venous pressure in the neonatal foal -- Pulse oximetry in the neonatal foal -- Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation of the neonatal foal -- Arterial blood sampling in the neonatal foal -- Venous blood sampling in the neonatal foal -- Urinary catheter placement in the neonatal foal -- Cerebral spinal fluid collection in the neonatal foal -- Intravenous catheter placement in the neonatal foal -- Intraosseus needle placement in the neonatal foal -- Placement of a nasal insufflation tube in the neonatal foal -- Placement of a nasogastric tube in the neonatal foal -- Administration of enema in the neonatal foal -- Arthrocentesis and joint lavage in the neonatal foal -- Regional limb perfusion in the neonatal foal -- Part VII: Clinical Procedures by Body Systems: Urinary System. Urinary catheterization of adult male horses -- Urinary catheterization of mares -- Part VIII: Clinical procedures by body systems: ocular procedures. Equine ocular examination -- Ophthalmic nerve blocks -- Ophthalmic diagnostic procedures -- Ophthalmic therapeutic procedures -- Part IX: Clinical procedures by body systems: dermatological procedures. Brushing/grooming -- Cellophane tape preparation -- Skin scraping -- Dermatophilus preparation -- Fungal culture of superficial skin lesions -- Skin biopsy -- Onchocerca preparation -- Intradermal sweat testing -- Part X: Clinical procedures by body systems: neurologic procedures. Neurologic examination -- Epidural anesthesia and analgesia -- Equine field anesthesia -- Part XI: Clinical procedures by body systems: miscellaneous procedures. Bone marrow aspiration -- Saddle evaluation and fitting -- Pre-purchase examination -- Euthanasia.