The softcover edition of this comprehensive and superbly illustrated book contains key updates to the text and references focused on common cardiovascular diseases and their management, including therapy for congestive heart failure and arrhythmias, reflecting the main developments in cardiology and in practice.
Since publication Dr Ware’s authoritative yet user friendly guide to cardiovascular diseases and disorders in the dog and cat has been widely praised. It is richly illustrated throughout by clinical colour photos, imaging and diagrams of the highest quality. Coverage includes evaluation techniques, investigative procedures, diagnosis, medical and surgical management options and methods.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Normal Reference Information
The normal cardiovascular system
The cardiovascular examination
Murmurs and abnormal heart sounds
Jugular vein distension or pulsations
Abnormal heart rate or rhythm
Syncope and intermittent collapse
Management of heart failure
Management of arrhythmias
Congenital cardiovascular diseases
Acquired valve diseases
Myocardial diseases of the dog
Moycardial diseases of the cat
Pericardial diseases and cardiac tumours
This is an excellent, practical, clinical reference with quality images to enhance learning. It is appropriate for general practitioners, veterinary students, and residents. The new edition addresses several key updates in small animal cardiovascular medicine and should be a welcome addition to any reference library. (4 stars)
—Maureen McMichael, DVM, DACVECC, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Doody's Review Service
Praise for the Previous Edtion
Excellently achieves the author’s stated goal of creating a practical clinical reference that will also provide a broad overview of small animal cardiovascular medicine...strikes a great balance between comprehensiveness and usefulness in everyday practice...great value for practicing veterinarians and veterinary students.
Whether you are a clinical student, the most generalist of general practitioners or a bit of a cardiologist, this has something to offer all
—The Veterinary Record
A tremendous reference for students and small animal practitioners alike...clearly organized and presented in a practical fashion...useful in an emergency situation as well as day-to-day practice