Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2nd Ed

Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2nd EdBook Reviews: Ten years have lapsed between the first and second editions of Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. An increased recognition of the importance and benefits of the human—companion animal bond by the profession has contributed to the remarkable changes that have occurred in the provision of health care to dogs and cats. Many private specialty practices now supersede academic veterinary teaching hospitals in terms of cases, clinicians, facilities, and diagnostic or therapeutic interventions. Corporate veterinary medicine has become an influential force in the provision of health care to dogs and cats. Electronic media and pharmacy services are simultaneously a blessing and a bane; discriminating between the two can be difficult. ‘Natural” products are increasingly perceived by consumers as the safer and preferred approach to prevention or treatment of diseases. The decade has seen a focus on public health in terms of antimicrobial resistance, bioterrorism, and translational medicine. Excitingly, an appreciation of the importance of naturally occurring diseases in dogs and cats as translational models for the same disease in humans has emerged in human and veterinary medicine, paving the way for integrated clinical research. The client’s expectation of better care for their pet contributes to an urgency in the provision of quality care to our canine and feline patients. It has been accompanied by an explosion of information, scientific and otherwise, that must be used judiciously.

This text focuses on evident cede. based therapeutic interventions. Among the limitations of texts such as these is the risk that important, clinically relevant information was potentially missed despite exhaustive data base reviews. Nonetheless, it is with pleasure, humility, and honor that I offer the updated second version of this text. My hope is that it provides helpful evidence-based assessment of therapeutic interventions that can be provided to the canine and feline patient through the practitioner.

Bibliographical Data of Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2nd Ed

Reference Type: Book
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Author: Dawn Boothe
Year: 2011
Place Published: Philadelphia, Us
Publisher: Saunders
Number of Pages: 1348
Edition: 2
ISBN -10: 0721605559
ISBN-13: 978-0721605555
Kindle Available: ASIN: B005HC2342
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