Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice

Un libro in lingua di Maddison Jill E. Volk Holger A. Church David B. edito da Blackwell Pub, 2015

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A logical approach to making a diagnosis, puts the art back into veterinary science. Essential reading for all small animal clinicians.

Professor Edward Hall MA (Cantab), VetMB, PhD(Liv], DipECVIM-CA, MRCVS, European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Head of Division and Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine, School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol, UK

This book outlines the philosophy and approaches underlying problem based clinical reasoning. It is an important resource for vets looking to advance themselves as small animal diagnosticians and essential reading for new graduates and RCVS CertAVP small animal candidates.

David Killick BVetMed, PhD, CertSAM, DipECVIM-CA (Onc), MRCVS, RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Oncology Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Oncology, University of Liverpool, UK

The authors present a logical structured framework for diagnosing common clinical problems, which can be used by veterinary students just starting clinics, as well as experienced veterinarians faced with difficult undiagnosed cases. The book is easy to read, logically organized, medically sound and in my opinion, unlike any other small animal medical textbook currently available.

Susan E. Johnson, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVIM (Internal Medicine) Professor and SAIM Service Head, The Ohio State University, USA

The veterinary profession has been in need of this book for many decades. The book is written in a down to earth style that shows an appreciation of the working environment and priorities of clinicians, making it a practical guide to efficient and effective clinical decision making.

Sue Bennett BSc, BVMS, MACVSc (Medicine of Cats), FACVSc (Small Animal Medicine) Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine, Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital, Australia

Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice presents a revolutionary approach to solving clinical problems. As a veterinarian, especially as a student or new graduate, a ten minute consultation in a busy small animal practice can be a daunting task. By guiding you to think pathophysiologically, this book will help solve clinical problems as efficiently as possible. The authors set out a structured approach with easy to remember rules which can be applied to most clinical signs small animals present with. This reduces the need to remember long lists of differentials and avoids the potential of getting trapped by a perceived obvious diagnosis. The book will help to unlock your potential to solve clinical problems. It also provides a logical rationale for choosing diagnostic tests or treatments which can be clearly communicated to the owner.

Clinical inductive reasoning offers you the ability to solve cases more efficiently, resulting in better treatment and care for pets and happier owners. Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice will help turn a terrifying case into a manageable one!

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