Cats present several unique challenges for the small animal practitioner – in both the disease conditions they can present with, and in their physiological responses to disease – that differ significantly from those we see in dogs.
From the numerous local and systemic reflexes that produce hypothermia, hypotension and bradycardia in the cat with shock, to the complete absence of abdominal pain in over 50% of cats with severe abdominal disease, the feline patient requires a thorough, careful and considered approach – even when only mild symptoms of disease are apparent. This book will serve as a useful reference when tending to feline patients, assisting clinicians to deliver outstanding care, and optimum disease management.
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1. Chapters from:Cardiovascular Disease in Companion Animals, 2nd Edition
2. Chapters from Small Animal Neurological Emergencies
3. Chapters from Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat, 3rd Edition