The classic quick reference to feline medicine with essential information on diseases, behavior, clinical procedures, and Comprehensive yet accessible, this fully updated new edition of The Feline Patient offers than 300 chapters covering all aspects of feline veterinary practice The book arranges topics alphabetically within sections, allowing busy clinicians to rapidly find information on diagnostics and treatment options, all specific to the unique needs of cats Omitting lengthy discussions on pathophysiology in favor of an emphasis on clinically relevant information for diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis, the books approach is carefully designed for use in the clinical setting The Feline Patient, Fifth Edition includes 30 additional chapters, along with new clinical pearls providing observations about diseases and procedures gleaned by Dr Norsworthy over his forty five years of clinical practice, which are called out in boxes With clinically oriented images throughout, this edition reorganizes several sections in order to accommodate and better present the massive amount of important information Includes chapters written by a global list of contributors for an international perspective Provides new clinical pearls providing useful advice for practice Presents an improved layout and page design for ease of navigation Offers a new companion website offering hundreds of additional images as well as video clips of clinical cases and procedures The Feline Patient, Fifth Edition is an essential resource for all veterinary practitioners who work with feline patients, as well as veterinary students....
|Title||:||The Feline Patient|
|Publisher||:||Wiley Blackwell 5 edition May 1, 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||1088 pages|
|File Size||:||791 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Feline Patient Reviews
This book provides excellent insight into feline symptoms. While it uses medical terminology, it's the same terminology you'll see on the your pet's veterinarian visit records, tests, and even in other feline health books. It describes cat symptoms and indicates possible causes. It recommends courses of investigation and explains what to do based upon the results. It also weighs different diagnostic approaches, e.g., x-rays vs. ultrasound.
Written more for a enthusiastic cat owner, not a medical professional.
Too technical for me. But it was as stated.
I can't recommend "The Feline Patient" highly enough. The information in this book has saved the lives of two of my cats. Soon after I bought this book, my 15-year-old Maine Coon cat became very ill, was diagnosed with diabetes, yet the ever-increasing doses of insulin that were prescribed didn't seem to improve his condition. The more insulin he was given, the higher his glucose level became. Concerned, I began to research the problem on my own, using this book, and hypothesized that my cat had not only diabetes, but also chronic pancreatitis, and that he was not only unable to produce sufficient insulin, but was also unable to effectively use the insulin he was given. Based upon the information in this book, I requested that several other diagnostic tests be performed. These tests confirmed my hypotheses, my cat's treatment has been revised, and I now look forward to more happy months and years with him.