Anestesia, Analgesia e Medicina da Dor

AnaesthesiaSkills in veterinary medicine Perioperative management in small, companion and domestic animals

De: Eva Eberspächer-Schweda
ISBN: 9783132458505
2024, Thieme
Capa mole
Páginas: 512

  • Handling anaesthesia and monitoring equipment, established anaesthesia protocols, modern pain management, dealing with complications and associated diseases of the patient – profound knowledge in a practical, compact and easy-to-read format.

    Benefit from the author’s extensive wealth of experience as well as valuable tips and tricks from everyday clinical practice.

    • Overview: Anaesthesia machine and monitoring equipment systematically explained
    • Comprehensive: Categorisation by animal species – small and large animals including small mammals, South American camelids and horses
    • At a glance: The most important drugs with indications, dosages, effects and side effects as well as contraindications and precautions
    • Tailor made: For veterinarians, veterinary students, interns, residents and veterinary nurses

    AnaesthesiaSkills support you from A to Z: from alfaxalone to zenalpha, from apnoea to zeroing the transducer – so that you are well prepared for all eventualities!

    Knowing what to do, exactly when it matters!

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  • Basics
    1 The Anaesthesia Machine
    2 Monitoring
    3 Stages of general anaesthesia
    4 Drugs
    Anaesthesia practice
    5 Species-specific anaesthesia
    6 Physiology and pathophysiology
    7 Case management
    8 Anaesthetic incidents and complications
    9 Pain and pain therapy
    10 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in small animals
    11 Euthanasia
    12 List of abbreviations
    13 Further reading

  • Eva Eberspächer-Schweda

    Studied Veterinary Medicine at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, Germany and received her doctorate degree from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany.

    She became a specialist in Laboratory Animal Science (Fachtierärztin) and after her residency training in Anesthesia / Critical Patient Care at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, USA a Diplomate ACVAA.

    From 2007 to 2021 she worked as Senior Clinician at the Clinical Unit of Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Intensive Care at the Veterinary University Vienna, Austria. She completed her Habilitation and was appointed Privatdozentin. Among other duties, she was responsible for student´s teaching of the Anaesthesia Service and spent most of her time on clinics teaching students, interns, residents and veterinarians.

    Since 2021 she is Director of Education of ESAVS, Program Director of the ESAVS Certificate in Anaesthesia, Pain Management, Emergency and Critical Care as well as Principle Course Master of the Anaesthesia and Pain Management courses.

    She is very active in postgraduate teaching of veterinarians all over the world and enjoys helping to improve anaesthesia and analgesia management of small and large animal patients. She is also a member of more than ten professional societies and has published many research studies, book chapters as well as a text book in veterinary anaesthesia.