Electrocardiography of the dog and cat, 2nd edition provides all the theoretical and practical information necessary to understand and identify rhythm abnormalities. This text will be particularly useful to accurately diagnose complex arrhythmias using precise electrocardiographic criteria that the authors have developed by confirming mechanisms of arrhythmias with intracardiac electrophysiologic studies. This book is a must-have reference for anyone interested in learning the basics of electrocardiography and those who face the challenge of interpreting the most complex arrhythmias in a clinical or research setting.
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Chronic valvular disease (CVD) is the most common heart disease seen in veterinary practice. Three of every four dogs with heart disease presented at the clinic have CVD; one of every four elderly dogs has it. This clear and simple visual guide provides all the tools that a general practitioner needs to treat this disease successfully.
A practical and simple manual on the methods and techniques to measure blood pressure in cats and dogs, how to interpret the results obtained, and the recommended treatments. It includes a brief review of the current official recommendations of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM), with clear rules and guidelines.
This is a pioneering book in veterinary medicine. The reader will be able to visualize what really is happening in a diseased heart. Through three-dimensional representation and augmented reality; every disorder can be seen, almost touching the 3D model above the book. The pathologies' changes in blood flow can be visualized, bringing the reader even closer to the pathophysiological reality. The text addresses the major points of pathophysiology and diagnostic keys for the most common diseases, and the illustrations and pictures are a bridge between the 3D models and the text. Thus, the book succeeds in joining diagnosis, particularly a test such as echocardiography, to understand the pathophysiology.
The evolution of veterinary cardiology in recent years has been extraordinary due to the new diagnostic methods available, which, in addition to making diagnostic processes more efficient, have made it possible to identify pathologies that were previously unknown.
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