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Title Nutritional management of hospitalized small animals / edited by Daniel L. Chan.
Imprint Chichester, West Sussex ; Ames, Iowa : Wiley Blackwell, 2015.
2015

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Subject Animal nutrition.
Veterinary nursing.
Animal feeding.
Veterinary diet therapy.
Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Nutritional Support -- veterinary.
Nutritional Requirements.
Nutritional Status.
Veterinary Medicine -- methods.
Alt Name Chan, Daniel L., 1973-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Nutritional assessment / Kathryn E. Michel -- Estimating energy requirements / Daniel L. Chan -- Routes of nutritional support / Sally Perea -- Nasoesophageal feeding tubes / Isuru Gajanayake -- Esophagostomy feeding tubes / Laura Eirmann -- Gastrostomy feeding tubes / Isuru Gajanayake, Daniel L. Chan -- Esophagostomy feeding tubes / Laura Eirmann -- Minimally invasive placement of post-pyloric feeding tubes / Matthew W. Beal -- Tube feeding : diet selection and preparation / Iveta Becvarova -- Intravenous access for parenteral nutrition / Sophie Adamantos -- Parenteral nutrition / Daniel L. Chan and Lisa M. Freeman -- Pathophysiology and clinical approach to malnutrition / Jason W. Gagne and Joseph J. Wakshlag -- Appetite stimulants / Lisa P. Weeth -- Adverse food reactions / Cecilia Villaverde and Marta Hervera -- Nutritional management of short bowel syndrome / Daniel L. Chan -- Refeeding syndrome / Daniel L. Chan -- Feeding patients with gastrointestinal motility disorders / Karin Allenspach and Daniel L. Chan -- Immune modulating nutrients / Daniel L. Chan -- Nutritional management of superficial necrolytic dermatitis / Andrea V. Volk and Ross Bond -- Nutritional support in acute kidney injury / Denise A. Elliott -- Nutritional support in hepatic failure / Renee M. Streeter and Joseph J. Wakshlag -- Nutritional management of the septic patient / Daniel L. Chan -- Nutritional support during acute pancreatitis / Kristine B. Jensen and Daniel L. Chan -- Nutritional support in the mechanically ventilated small animal patient / Daniel L. Chan -- Nutritional support in exotic pet species / Jeleen A. Briscoe, La'Toya Latney, and Cailin R. Heinze.
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Summary Nutritional Management of Hospitalized Small Animals offers veterinarians, veterinary students and technicians a comprehensive reference to the latest information relating to the principles and practice of nutritional support in small animals that require hospitalization. / -Represents the definitive resource for small animal veterinarians in providing optimal nutritional support for their patients during hospitalization -Discusses and demonstrates the most up-to-date techniques available for successfully implementing nutritional support for hospitalized small animal patients -Provides step-by-step pictorial instructions on how to implement the most appropriate techniques for particular patients -Reveals expected outcomes and possible complications along with strategies to minimize risk of complications.
ISBN 9781119052968 (ePub)
1119052963 (ePub)
9781119052975 (Adobe PDF)
1119052971 (Adobe PDF)
9781119052951
1119052955
1444336479 (hbk.)
9781444336474 (hbk.)
9781444336474 (cloth)
OCLC # 907811632
Additional Format Print version: Nutritional management of hospitalized small animals. Chichester, West Sussex ; Ames, Iowa : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2015 9781444336474 (DLC) 2015007221


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