Providing accurate, at-a-glance information on managing the diseases of birds and exotic pets, Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Birds and Exotic Pets is the only comprehensive resource on the market covering birds, reptiles, small mammals, and other non-traditional pets. Concise summaries of hundreds of common medical problems help you consider differential diagnoses, recommend diagnostic tests, interpret results mindful of unique species differences, utilize important concepts of species-specific husbandry and nutrition, prescribe treatments, and provide follow-up care. With contributions from recognized avian and exotics experts and edited by JAprg Mayer and Thomas M. Donnelly, this clinical reference provides all the information you need in one book! Six-books-in-one format includes six separate sections: Diseases and Disorders, Procedures and Techniques, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory Tests, Clinical Algorithms, and Zoonoses. In-depth, cutting-edge coverage includes all exotic species - birds, reptiles, pocket pets, amphibians, and fish - in one comprehensive resource. Concise summaries feature a definition of each problem, epidemiology, physical findings and clinical presentation, etiology, differential diagnosis, diagnostic workup (such as laboratory tests and imaging studies), treatment, prognosis and patient follow-up, zoonotic potential, and references. Diagnostic and treatment algorithms provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step guidance to clinical assessment and treatment planning. A companion website includes the complete text from the book, making the entire contents fully searchable, along with 250 full-color illustrations, client handouts, and the ability to print out any pages.469 PREVENTION ac Prevent exposure of ferrets to infected humans or ferrets. disease due to Streptococcus pneumoniae in ferrets, ... Swenson SL, et al: Natural cases of 2009 pan- demic H1N1 Influenza A virus in pet ferrets, J Vet Diagn Invest 22:784a788, 2010. ... Influenza Upper respiratory disease can be a common problem in the ferret. ... If vaccines are used, live vaccine is recommended over inactivated because live vaccine induces greater protective effect and is more likely toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Veterinary Advisor,Birds and Exotic Pets,1|
|Author||:||Joerg Mayer, Thomas M. Donnelly|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013|