Equine Clinical Pathology by Raquel M. Walton

By Raquel M. Walton

Equine medical Pathology is the 1st entire source for hematology and scientific chemistry in horses. Encompassing the fundamental rules and complicated interpretation, the book’s single-species method of pathology enables concentrated insurance of the original illness features of equids. Equine medical Pathology is both invaluable for someone utilizing scientific pathology as a diagnostic device, from starting pupil to skilled specialist.

The center of the booklet is equipped through physique method, making it effortless to discover and observe info. Chapters conceal normal laboratory drugs, together with tools and methods, hematology, and proteins in addition to particular organs, reminiscent of the kidney and liver. Equine medical Pathology is an invaluable bench-side reference for a person considering laboratory drugs for the horse.

Chapter 1 normal Laboratory drugs (pages 3–14): Raquel M. Walton
Chapter 2 Equine Hematology (pages 15–35): Raquel M. Walton
Chapter three Immunohematology and Hemostasis (pages 37–69): Karen V. Jackson
Chapter four The Liver (pages 71–86): Dennis J. Meyer and Raquel M. Walton
Chapter five Laboratory assessment of the Equine Renal procedure (pages 87–101): Andrea A. Bohn
Chapter 6 Acid‐Base and Electrolytes (pages 103–118): Andrea A. Bohn
Chapter 7 Proteins (pages 119–130): Koranda Wallace
Chapter eight Laboratory evaluation of Lipid and Glucose Metabolism (pages 131–151): Raquel M. Walton
Chapter nine Skeletal Muscle (pages 153–179): Allison Billings
Chapter 10 Endocrine overview (pages 181–201): Jill Beech
Chapter eleven Fluid research (pages 203–232): Raquel M. Walton
Chapter 12 Cytology of the reduce breathing Tract (pages 233–251): Martina Piviani
Chapter thirteen Cerebrospinal Fluid (pages 253–269): Andrea Siegel

Show description

Read Online or Download Equine Clinical Pathology PDF

Similar veterinary medicine books

The Lord God Made Them All

The effective end to the mythical series

With each one e-book extra attractive than the final, James Herriot once more brings us the paranormal great thing about Yorkshire via his uplifting stories as a rustic veterinarian. those tales offer a grand finale to the fantastic books that begun with All Creatures nice and Small and persevered in All issues brilliant and gorgeous and All issues clever and Wonderful.

It is simply after global warfare II, and James has lower back from the Royal Air strength to do conflict with the ailments and accidents that befall the cattle and pets of Skeldale and the encompassing moors. Four-year-old Jimmy Herriot, Humphrey Cobb and his little beagle Myrtle, Norman the book-loving veterinary assistant, and lots of extra new faces sign up for previous favorites one of the eco-friendly hills of Yorkshire, as James takes an unforgettable voyage to Russia on a freighter with 383 pedigreed sheep. Touching our hearts with laughter and knowledge, lifting our spirits with compassion and goodness, James Herriot by no means fails to delight.

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Wound Management and Reconstruction (BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association)

Over the last 20 years, wound administration and reconstruction has develop into an more and more intriguing and important quarter of veterinary surgical procedure. Our wisdom of the biology of wound therapeutic and of the criteria that give a contribution to irregular wound therapeutic has improved tremendously. the applying of recent dressing items, and novel surgical and microsurgical innovations permit the veterinary physician to facilitate extra swift and useful recoveries, with fewer wound-related issues.

Invertebrate Medicine, Second Edition

Invertebrate drugs, moment version bargains a radical replace to the main accomplished booklet on invertebrate husbandry and veterinary care.  together with pertinent organic information for invertebrate species, the book’s emphasis is on offering cutting-edge details on drugs and the medical .

The Practice of Veterinary Anesthesia: Small Animals, Birds, Fish and Reptiles

This name presents practitioners with a realistic advisor to anesthesia that's effortless to take advantage of within the place of work environment. it really is equipped with the busy practitioner in brain, and within the series that anesthesia is played. The presentation contains step –by- step protocols for restraint, anesthesia and sufferer tracking in addition to over 50 good designed tables protecting medicines, issues and particular ailments stipulations.

Additional resources for Equine Clinical Pathology

Sample text

Evaluation of equine hemograms using the ADVIA 120 as compared with an impedance counter and manual differential count. Vet Clin Pathol 37:21–30. 14. Goddard A, Schoeman JP, Leisewitz AL, et al. 2011. Clinicopathologic abnormalities associated with snake envenomation in domestic animals. Vet Clin Pathol 40:282–292. 15. Granick JL, Reneer DV, Carlyon JA, et al. 2008. Anaplasma phagocytophilum infects cells of the megakaryocytic lineage through sialylated ligands but fails to alter platelet production.

Autocontrol 4 (CTL2H): 2 drops donor serum, 2 drops donor 2–4% RBC, 2 drops complement 7. Incubate at 37◦ C for 90 min 7. Incubate at 37◦ C for 15 min 8. Centrifuge for 15–20s (3400 8. Centrifuge for 15–20s (3400 rpm/1000 × g) rpm/1000 × g) 9. Read and record results: 9. Read and record results: a. First examine tubes for hemolysis and a. Positive or negative for hemolysis record if present b. Then gently rotate and shake the tube to cause RBCs to swirl off the RBC “button” at the bottom of the tube.

40. Sellon DC, Levine JF, Palmer K, et al. 1997. Thrombocytosis in 24 horses (1989– 1994). J Vet Intern Med 11:24–29. 41. Southwood LL, Kawcak CE, Trotter GW, et al. 2000. Idiopathic focal eosinophilic enteritis associated with small intestinal obstruction in 6 horses. Vet Surg 29:415–419. 42. Stockham SL, Harvey JW, Kinden DA. 1994. Equine glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Vet Pathol 31:518–527. 43. Walton RM, Brown DE, Hamar DW, et al. 1997. Mechanisms of echinocytosis induced by Crotalus atrox venom.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.08 of 5 – based on 5 votes