Early recognition of problems by owners, appropriate first aid, and timely referral by field veterinarians improve the chance of survival for horses requiring emergency management and critical care. With a view toward improving patient outcome, Equine Emergency and Critical Care Medicine is written by a team of enthusiastic equine specialists who e
Emergency medicine. Digestive system and peritoneal disease. Musculoskeletal system. Respiratory tract. Cardiovascular system. Urogenital system. Skin. Neurology. Eye and associated structures. Neonatology. Toxicology. Critical care. Monitoring. Fluid therapy. Inotrope and vasopressor therapy. Sedation and analgesia. Nutritional support. Antimicrobial drugs. The systemic inflammatory response. Postoperative colic patient. The pregnant mare. The neonate. The recumbent horse.