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Opinions in small animal anesthesia, Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide, guest editors

Label
Opinions in small animal anesthesia
Title
Opinions in small animal anesthesia
Statement of responsibility
Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide, guest editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IPL
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Haskins, Steve C
  • Klide, Alan M
Series statement
The veterinary clinics of North America.
Series volume
v. 22, no. 2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Veterinary anesthesia
Label
Opinions in small animal anesthesia, Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide, guest editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"March 1992"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide
  • The case for qualitative anesthesia
  • Marc R. Raffe -- EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA
  • Anatomy of the spinal cord and how the spinal cord is affected by local anesthetics and other drugs
  • Alan M. Klide
  • Lumbosacral epidural management
  • Robert B. Heath
  • Problems and precautions when using epidural analgesia for surgery
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using epidural drugs for analgesia
  • Peter J. Pascoe -- MONITORING AND SUPPORT
  • Advantages and guidelines for usingopioid agonists for induction of anesthesia
  • Monitoring the anesthetized patient
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • General guidelines for judging anesthetic depth
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Anesthetic depth: the undefinable
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for routine intraoperative ECG monitoring
  • Sheilah Robertson
  • The case against intraoperative ECG monitoring
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • The case for routine intraoperative blood pressure monitoring
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • What blood pressure monitoring doesn't indicate
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • The case for routine fluid administration
  • Marc R. Raffe -- The case against routine fluid administration
  • John A. E. Hubbell -- ANESTHETIC PROTOCOLS FOR SPECIFIC CONDITIONS
  • Anesthetic protocols for specific problems
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Anesthesia for severe upper airway obstruction
  • Precautions when using opioid agonists for induction of anesthesia
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • Anasthesia for patients with preexisting pneumonia and cyanosis
  • Colin I. Dunlop
  • Anesthesia for patients with diaphragmatic hernia and severe dyspnea
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthetic concerns for patients with cardiomyopathy
  • Richar M. Bednarski
  • Anesthesia for severe mitral and tricuspid regurgitation
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Anesthesia for very old patients
  • Richard M. Bednarski
  • Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide
  • Anesthesia for patients with stable end-stage renal disease
  • Doris Dyson
  • Anesthesia for gastric dilation/volvulus
  • Pauline L. Wong
  • Anesthesia foe feline urethral obstruction
  • Sheilah Robertson
  • Anesthesia for severe liver dysfunction
  • Marc R. Raffe
  • Anesthesia for Cesarean section in the dog
  • The case for maintenance of general anesthesia with an injectable agent
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • Anesthesia foe Cesarean section in the cat
  • William J. Tranquilli
  • Anesthesia for patients with head trauma
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthesia for patients with severe systemic debilitation
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthesia foe patients with dehydration/hypovolemia
  • John W. Ludders
  • Peter J. Pascoe
  • Advantages of etomidate in veterinary medicine
  • John W. Ludders
  • Other potentially useful new injectable anesthetic agents
  • INJECTABLE ANESTHETICS
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • Advantages and guidelines for using Alpha-2 agonists as anesthetics or anesthetic adjuvants
  • Alan M. Klide -- IHNHALATIONAL ANESTHETICS
  • Inhalation anesthetics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for mask induction
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • Precautions when using mask induction
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • The case for maintenance of general anesthasia with an inhalation agent
  • Injectable anesthetics
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Advantages and guidelines for using nitrous oxide
  • Richard M. Bednarski
  • Precautions when using nitrous oxide
  • Alan M. Klide and Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using methoxyflurane
  • Peter H. Cribb
  • Precautions when using Methoxyflurane
  • Doris Dyson
  • Advantages and guidelines for using halothane
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Charles E. Short
  • Precautions when using halothane
  • Robin Gleed
  • Advantages and guidelines for using enflurane
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Precautions when using enflurane
  • Sandee M. Hartsfield
  • dvantages and guidelines for using isoflurane
  • John W. Ludders
  • Precautions when using isoflurane
  • Advantages and guidelines for using ultrashort barbiturates for induction of anesthesia
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Other new and potentially useful inhalational anesthetics
  • Eugene P. Steffey -- NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS
  • Neuromuscular blocking agents
  • Susan V. Hildebrand
  • Advantages of and guidelines for using neuromuscular blocking agents
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • Disadvantages of neuromuscular blocking agents
  • John A. E. Hubbell -- POSTOPERATIVE ANALGESIA --
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • The case for the routine use of analgesics
  • Peter J. Pascoe
  • The case against the routine use of analgesics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using agonist opioid analgesics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Precautions when using opioid agonist analgesics
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Advantages and guidelines for using opioid agonist-antagonist analgesics
  • G. John Benson and William J. Tranquilli
  • Precautions when using ultrashort thiobarbiturates for induction of anesthesia
  • Precautions when using opioid agonist-antagonist analgesics
  • Marc R. Raffe
  • Advantages and guidelines for using antiprostaglandins
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Precautions when using antiprostaglandins
  • Peter H. Cribb
  • Acupuncture analgesia
  • Alan M. Klide -- FRESH GAS FLOW
  • Fresh gas flows with the circle system
  • Alan M. Klide
  • Pauline L. Wong
  • The case for high gas flows
  • Charles E. Short
  • The case for low gas flows
  • Alan M. Klide -- VAPORIZER POSITION
  • Vaporizer position
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for in circuit vaporizers
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • The case for out of circuit vaporizers
  • Alan M. Klide -- BREATHING CIRCUITS
  • Advantages and guidelines for using ketamine for induction of anesthesia
  • Breathing circuits
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • The case for nonrebreathing circuits for very small animals
  • David S. Hodgson
  • The case for rebreathing circuits for very small animals
  • Colin I. Dunlop -- QUANTITATIVE ANESTHESIA
  • Quantitative anesthesia
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for quantitative anesthesia
  • Alan M. Klide
Control code
ocm25467123
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii p., p. 245-502
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)25467123
Label
Opinions in small animal anesthesia, Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide, guest editors
Publication
Note
"March 1992"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide
  • The case for qualitative anesthesia
  • Marc R. Raffe -- EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA
  • Anatomy of the spinal cord and how the spinal cord is affected by local anesthetics and other drugs
  • Alan M. Klide
  • Lumbosacral epidural management
  • Robert B. Heath
  • Problems and precautions when using epidural analgesia for surgery
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using epidural drugs for analgesia
  • Peter J. Pascoe -- MONITORING AND SUPPORT
  • Advantages and guidelines for usingopioid agonists for induction of anesthesia
  • Monitoring the anesthetized patient
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • General guidelines for judging anesthetic depth
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Anesthetic depth: the undefinable
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for routine intraoperative ECG monitoring
  • Sheilah Robertson
  • The case against intraoperative ECG monitoring
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • The case for routine intraoperative blood pressure monitoring
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • What blood pressure monitoring doesn't indicate
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • The case for routine fluid administration
  • Marc R. Raffe -- The case against routine fluid administration
  • John A. E. Hubbell -- ANESTHETIC PROTOCOLS FOR SPECIFIC CONDITIONS
  • Anesthetic protocols for specific problems
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Anesthesia for severe upper airway obstruction
  • Precautions when using opioid agonists for induction of anesthesia
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • Anasthesia for patients with preexisting pneumonia and cyanosis
  • Colin I. Dunlop
  • Anesthesia for patients with diaphragmatic hernia and severe dyspnea
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthetic concerns for patients with cardiomyopathy
  • Richar M. Bednarski
  • Anesthesia for severe mitral and tricuspid regurgitation
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Anesthesia for very old patients
  • Richard M. Bednarski
  • Steve C. Haskins and Alan M. Klide
  • Anesthesia for patients with stable end-stage renal disease
  • Doris Dyson
  • Anesthesia for gastric dilation/volvulus
  • Pauline L. Wong
  • Anesthesia foe feline urethral obstruction
  • Sheilah Robertson
  • Anesthesia for severe liver dysfunction
  • Marc R. Raffe
  • Anesthesia for Cesarean section in the dog
  • The case for maintenance of general anesthesia with an injectable agent
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • Anesthesia foe Cesarean section in the cat
  • William J. Tranquilli
  • Anesthesia for patients with head trauma
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthesia for patients with severe systemic debilitation
  • Deborah V. Wilson
  • Anesthesia foe patients with dehydration/hypovolemia
  • John W. Ludders
  • Peter J. Pascoe
  • Advantages of etomidate in veterinary medicine
  • John W. Ludders
  • Other potentially useful new injectable anesthetic agents
  • INJECTABLE ANESTHETICS
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • Advantages and guidelines for using Alpha-2 agonists as anesthetics or anesthetic adjuvants
  • Alan M. Klide -- IHNHALATIONAL ANESTHETICS
  • Inhalation anesthetics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for mask induction
  • Robert R. Paddleford
  • Precautions when using mask induction
  • Ralph C. Harvey
  • The case for maintenance of general anesthasia with an inhalation agent
  • Injectable anesthetics
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Advantages and guidelines for using nitrous oxide
  • Richard M. Bednarski
  • Precautions when using nitrous oxide
  • Alan M. Klide and Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using methoxyflurane
  • Peter H. Cribb
  • Precautions when using Methoxyflurane
  • Doris Dyson
  • Advantages and guidelines for using halothane
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Charles E. Short
  • Precautions when using halothane
  • Robin Gleed
  • Advantages and guidelines for using enflurane
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Precautions when using enflurane
  • Sandee M. Hartsfield
  • dvantages and guidelines for using isoflurane
  • John W. Ludders
  • Precautions when using isoflurane
  • Advantages and guidelines for using ultrashort barbiturates for induction of anesthesia
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Other new and potentially useful inhalational anesthetics
  • Eugene P. Steffey -- NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS
  • Neuromuscular blocking agents
  • Susan V. Hildebrand
  • Advantages of and guidelines for using neuromuscular blocking agents
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • Disadvantages of neuromuscular blocking agents
  • John A. E. Hubbell -- POSTOPERATIVE ANALGESIA --
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Jan E. Ilkiw
  • The case for the routine use of analgesics
  • Peter J. Pascoe
  • The case against the routine use of analgesics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Advantages and guidelines for using agonist opioid analgesics
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • Precautions when using opioid agonist analgesics
  • A. Thomas Evans
  • Advantages and guidelines for using opioid agonist-antagonist analgesics
  • G. John Benson and William J. Tranquilli
  • Precautions when using ultrashort thiobarbiturates for induction of anesthesia
  • Precautions when using opioid agonist-antagonist analgesics
  • Marc R. Raffe
  • Advantages and guidelines for using antiprostaglandins
  • N. H. Dodman
  • Precautions when using antiprostaglandins
  • Peter H. Cribb
  • Acupuncture analgesia
  • Alan M. Klide -- FRESH GAS FLOW
  • Fresh gas flows with the circle system
  • Alan M. Klide
  • Pauline L. Wong
  • The case for high gas flows
  • Charles E. Short
  • The case for low gas flows
  • Alan M. Klide -- VAPORIZER POSITION
  • Vaporizer position
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for in circuit vaporizers
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • The case for out of circuit vaporizers
  • Alan M. Klide -- BREATHING CIRCUITS
  • Advantages and guidelines for using ketamine for induction of anesthesia
  • Breathing circuits
  • Steve C. Haskins
  • The case for nonrebreathing circuits for very small animals
  • David S. Hodgson
  • The case for rebreathing circuits for very small animals
  • Colin I. Dunlop -- QUANTITATIVE ANESTHESIA
  • Quantitative anesthesia
  • Alan M. Klide
  • The case for quantitative anesthesia
  • Alan M. Klide
Control code
ocm25467123
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii p., p. 245-502
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)25467123

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