By David E. Anderson, Meredyth L. Jones, Matt D. Miesner

ISBN-10: 0813819873

ISBN-13: 9780813819877

ISBN-10: 1118695119

ISBN-13: 9781118695111

Veterinary strategies for Llamas and Alpacas offers a step by step consultant to acting approaches in llamas and alpacas. equipped via physique process, the ebook offers concise, visually orientated details to allow clinicians to regard those animals with self assurance. With insurance starting from easy upkeep reminiscent of restraint and catheterization to extra complicated techniques comparable to minimally invasive surgical procedure, Veterinary suggestions for Llamas and Alpacas describes the entire diversity of strategies required for the clinical administration of those species.

Each strategy is defined intimately, with a constant layout for ease of use and accompanying photos to demonstrate the techniques defined. A spouse web site bargains movies of some of the systems mentioned within the book.  Veterinary concepts for Llamas and Alpacas is an important source for any veterinarian or technical employees member treating South American camelid patients. 

Chapter 1 habit and catch concepts (pages 1–7): David E. Anderson
Chapter 2 Haltering (pages 9–13): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter three handbook Restraint (pages 15–21): David E. Anderson
Chapter four Chute Restraint (pages 23–25): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter five Ear Squeeze (Ear Twitch) (pages 27–28): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 6 Injections—Subcutaneous (SC), Intramuscular (IM), Intradermal (ID), Intravenous (IV) (pages 29–32): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 7 Sedation and Tranquilization (pages 33–38): David E. Anderson
Chapter eight Injectable Anesthesia (pages 39–42): David E. Anderson
Chapter nine Orotracheal Intubation (pages 43–46): David E. Anderson
Chapter 10 Nasotracheal Intubation (pages 47–50): David E. Anderson
Chapter eleven Percutaneous Tracheal Intubation (Also known as Retrograde Tracheal Intubation) (pages 51–54): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 12 Vascular Catheterization—Jugular Vein (pages 55–62): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter thirteen Vascular Catheterization—Cephalic Vein (pages 63–64): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 14 Vascular Catheterization—Saphenous Vein (pages 65–66): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 15 Vascular Catheterization—Lateral Thoracic Vein (pages 67–68): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter sixteen Vascular Catheterization—Auricular Artery and Vein (pages 69–70): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 17 Vascular Catheterization—Femoral Artery (pages 71–72): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 18 Intramedullary Cannulation of the Femur for management or Parenteral Fluids (pages 73–76): David E. Anderson
Chapter 19 Intraperitoneal Cannula for Plasma or Fluid management (pages 77–79): David E. Anderson
Chapter 20 Caudal (Sacro?coccygeal) Epidural Anesthesia (pages 81–82): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 21 Epidural Catheterization (pages 83–87): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 22 Lumbo?Sacral Epidural Anesthesia (pages 89–91): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 23 Anatomical good points of the pinnacle and Neck (pages 93–98): David E. Anderson
Chapter 24 Dental exam and Trimming (pages 99–103): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 25 teeth Extraction—Oral process (pages 105–109): David E. Anderson
Chapter 26 enamel Extraction—Lateral method of Premolars and Molars (pages 111–115): David E. Anderson
Chapter 27 exam of the Ear (pages 117–120): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 28 Anatomical reviews at the dermis (pages 121–126): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 29 pores and skin Scraping (pages 127–129): Meredyth L. Jones and Patricia Payne
Chapter 30 pores and skin Biopsy (pages 131–134): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 31 Toenail Trimming (pages 135–137): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 32 Thorax Anatomy and Auscultation (pages 139–142): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 33 Tracheotomy/Tracheostomy (pages 143–146): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 34 box prognosis of Choanal Atresia (pages 147–150): David E. Anderson
Chapter 35 Transtracheal Wash (pages 151–154): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 36 Anatomical reviews at the Camelid stomach (pages 155–159): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 37 stomach Ultrasound (pages 161–165): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 38 Abdominocentesis (pages 167–170): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter 39 Liver Biopsy (pages 171–174): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter forty First Compartment Paracentesis (Rumenocentesis) and Fluid review (pages 175–178): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter forty-one Intubation of the 1st Forestomach Compartment (“C1” or “Rumen”) (pages 179–182): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty two Laparotomy—Lateral method (pages 183–189): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty three Laparotomy—Ventral Midline (pages 191–195): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty four Laparoscopy (pages 197–201): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty five construction of Stoma into First Forestomach Compartment (“Rumenostomy”) (pages 203–206): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty six Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Ambulation (pages 207–211): David E. Anderson
Chapter forty seven nearby Intravenous Drug Perfusion (pages 213–215): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter forty eight Urinary Tract exam and Anatomy (pages 217–221): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter forty nine Urethral Catheterization (pages 223–226): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter 50 Ultrasound of the Urinary approach (pages 227–231): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter fifty one Cystocentesis (pages 233–235): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter fifty two reviews relating to lady Genital Anatomy (pages 237–241): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty three being pregnant prognosis (pages 243–248): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty four approach: Vaginoscopy and Uterine tradition (pages 249–252): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty five Teat and Udder exam (pages 253–255): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty six Mastectomy (Udder Amputation) (pages 257–260): Matt D. Miesner
Chapter fifty seven Cesarean part (also often called Hysterotomy) (pages 261–263): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty eight prognosis and administration of Uterine Torsion (pages 265–269): David E. Anderson
Chapter fifty nine Male Genitalia Anatomical reviews and Breeding habit and Soundness (pages 271–275): David E. Anderson
Chapter 60 exam of the Penis and Prepuce (pages 277–279): David E. Anderson
Chapter sixty one exam of accent intercourse Glands (pages 281–283): David E. Anderson
Chapter sixty two exam of the Scrotum and Testicles (pages 285–286): David E. Anderson
Chapter sixty three Semen assortment and assessment (pages 287–291): David E. Anderson
Chapter sixty four Castration (pages 293–297): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter sixty five Neurological exam and Anatomy (pages 299–303): Meredyth L. Jones and Matt D. Miesner
Chapter sixty six Cerebrospinal Fluid assortment and Interpretation (pages 305–308): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter sixty seven Eye examination (pages 309–313): Tracy. Miesner
Chapter sixty eight Nasolacrimal Duct Cannulation (pages 315–316): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter sixty nine Conjunctivorhinostomy for relief of Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction (pages 317–318): David E. Anderson
Chapter 70 Ocular Extirpation (pages 319–321): David E. Anderson
Chapter seventy one Subpalpebral Lavage approach (pages 323–326): Tracy Miesner
Chapter seventy two Conjunctival Pedicle Graft (pages 327–329): Tracy Miesner
Chapter seventy three Blood Transfusion (pages 331–336): Meredyth L. Jones
Chapter seventy four Plasma Transfusion (pages 337–338): Meredyth L. Jones

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Anderson PURPOSE OR INDICATION FOR PROCEDURE Nasotracheal intubation is indicated whenever ready access to the airway is desired in conscious patients or when unfettered access to the mouth or oral cavity is needed. This is most commonly done to facilitate breathing during anesthesia, but it also may be a lifesaving technique to provide assisted ventilation in newborn crias or snake-bite victims. Tracheal intubation is recommended to be used whenever general anesthesia is expected to be maintained for >45 minutes or the procedure being performed necessitates the patient being positioned in dorsal recumbency.

Thus, caution should be exercised for mid-cervical injections. At the high (proximal) site, the skin is thinner than in the mid-cervical region, and the vein is superficial and somewhat separated from the carotid artery. At the low (distal) site, the carotid is close to the jugular, and there is increased risk of intra-arterial injection. However, the landmarks for puncture of the jugular vein can be easily palpated, and the vein is larger in this location. For both sites, the head and neck should be held upright and the animal well restrained.

When possible, intramuscular injections should be avoided in the cases of large drug volumes, irritating drugs, and in cria because of their low muscle mass. Alternate drugs and biologics that can be administered IV or SC should be considered, where applicable. Lameness has been observed after IM administration of various drugs. POTENTIAL COMPLICATIONS Inadvertent intravascular injection may occur when attempting SC or IM injections and can be prevented by aspiration prior to injection. Intracarotid injections may occur inadvertently when attempting intravenous injection into the jugular vein.

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