By Louise L. Southwood, Joanne Fehr
Practical consultant to Equine Colic takes a step by step scientific method of the clinical administration of this universal situation. protecting colic administration and remedy from the veterinarian’s first involvement via referral, surgical intervention, and long term restoration, the booklet bargains sensible recommendation on coping with a colic case. Designed for simple navigation, chapters are short and completely cross-referenced, permitting the reader to quick locate and observe info within the perform setting.
The publication comprises key issues, checklists, medical suggestions, step by step illustrations, and case examples, emphasizing clinically proper details all through and referencing the main appropriate and updated literature. A better half web site deals medical situations, quizzes, and video clips at www.wiley.com/go/southwood. Practical advisor to Equine Colic is a perfect source for day-by-day use in treating horses with colic, attractive to scholars, equine practitioners, and experts alike.
Chapter 1 sufferer Signalment and historical past (pages 1–11): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter 2 actual exam (pages 12–21): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter three belly Palpation in step with Rectum (pages 22–37): Louise L. Southwood and Joanne Fehr
Chapter four Nasogastric Intubation (pages 38–44): Joanne Fehr
Chapter five administration of light Colic (pages 45–50): Sarah Dukti
Chapter 6 Analgesia (pages 51–61): Luiz C. Santos and Louise L. Southwood
Chapter 7 Enteral Fluid remedy (pages 62–70): Jennifer A. Brown and Samantha ok. Hart
Chapter eight Referral of the pony With Colic (pages 71–77): Louise L. Southwood and Joanne Fehr
Chapter nine scientific Laboratory info (pages 78–86): Raquel M. Walton
Chapter 10 Abdominocentesis and Peritoneal Fluid research (pages 87–98): Raquel M. Walton and Louise L. Southwood
Chapter eleven Intravenous Catheterization and Fluid remedy (pages 99–115): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter 12 belly Sonographic assessment (pages 116–148): JoAnn Slack
Chapter thirteen belly Radiographic exam (pages 149–159): Sarah M. Puchalski
Chapter 14 Trocharization (pages 160–163): Joanne Fehr
Chapter 15 clinical as opposed to surgical operation of the pony with Colic (pages 164–172): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter sixteen Colic surgical procedure (pages 173–203): Kira L. Epstein and Joanne Fehr
Chapter 17 particular explanations of Colic (pages 204–229): Eileen S Hackett
Chapter 18 Postoperative sufferer Care (pages 230–243): Samantha okay. Hart
Chapter 19 Postoperative problems (pages 244–261): Diana M. Hassel
Chapter 20 Biosecurity (pages 262–277): Helen W. Aceto
Chapter 21 specified concerns (pages 278–291): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter 22 Long?Term restoration and Prevention (pages 292–300): Louise L. Southwood
Chapter 23 food (pages 301–315): Brett S. Tennent?Brown, Kira L. Epstein and Sarah L. Ralston
Chapter 24 Gastrointestinal Parasitology and Anthelmintics (pages 316–324): Louise L. Southwood
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3,7 Successful medical management of grade 3 rectal tears has been reported either with9 or without12 repeated manual evacuation of the rectum. Unfortunately, medical management can result in progression of the grade 3 to a grade 4 tear with fecal contamination of the peritoneal cavity necessitating euthanasia. References 1. S. P. (1989) Rectal packing as initial management of grade 3 rectal tears. Equine Veterinary Journal Supplements, 7, 121–123. 2. T. C. (1996) Critical steps in managing equine rectal tears.
4e) (Clinical scenario 6, located in Appendix A). The impaction is often 30–40 cm or more in diameter and extends from the pelvic inlet cranially usually as far as can be reached with the examiner’s arm. , tumor or abscess) by its ability to be indented and maintain its indented form. Right dorsal colon (RDC) impactions are rarely palpated except in small horses or in cases where the impaction is particularly large. The impaction is found on the right side of the abdomen and is located at the most cranial aspect of the palpable region of the abdomen.
Once the NGT is located in the pharynx, the tip has more space and may flip dorsally. Therefore, it is still important to angle the NGT v entrally and control the horse’s head. 3). Gaining flexion of the head and neck at this point will help position the NGT over the esophageal opening; it is important to wait for the patient to swallow and then slightly rotate the NGT and pass it into the esophagus. Sometimes slight movement back and forth with the tip of the NGT as well as gently blowing into the NGT will initiate a swallow.
Practical Guide to Equine Colic by Louise L. Southwood, Joanne Fehr