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Michael M. Pavletic

Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery 4th Edition

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Prekės kodas: 9781119267508
Autorius: 
Michael M. Pavletic
ISBN: 
9781119267508
Leidykla: 
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Išleista: 
2018
Knygos kalba: 
Anglų
Formatas: 
A4
Viršelis: 
Kietas
Puslapių: 
880
Svoris: 2,360 kg
Matmenys: 287 mm × 38 mm × 221 mm

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A one-stop reference for the surgical treatment of wounds in small animal patients

Wound management and reconstructive surgery are among the most challenging and innovative subspecialties of veterinary surgery for the management of traumatic injuries and neoplastic conditions commonly encountered in small animals. Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery, Fourth Edition presents detailed procedures for surgical reconstruction and essential information on the principles of wound healing and wound management for dogs and cats. Coverage encompasses the pathophysiology and management of the wide variety of wounds encountered in small animal practice and the most current reconstructive techniques for closing the most challenging defects.

This updated edition is presented with additional full color images and now includes color in each illustration, to enhance the reader’s understanding of each subject and successful execution of the surgical techniques covered. It imparts new and updated information on a wide variety of topics, including skin and muscle flap techniques, skin fold disorders, facial and nasal reconstructive surgery, foot pad surgery, urogenital reconstructive surgery, and includes a new chapter on reconstructive surgery of the pinna.

Provides a key reference for general practitioners, surgeons, surgical residents, veterinary students, and small animal technicians in a single source
Discusses current and new wound management and reconstructive surgical techniques for all body regions, including the face, ear, mouth, eye, nose, trunk, external genitalia, and foot
Contains 35brand-new plate illustrations, updated and enhanced color plate illustrations and drawings, and additional clinical photographs throughout
Features a new chapter dedicated to the surgical management of pinnal injuries and disorders, including new reconstructive surgical options developed by the author
Includes information boxes to emphasize important points and the author’s personal observations, drawing on more than forty years of surgical experience

Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery, Fourth Edition is a valuable one-stop reference for veterinary surgeons, residents, and small animal practitioners.
The pictures are outstanding, especially compared to the previous edition. This is an excellent boards review for me as well as a good reference for my practice to plan appropriate wound care options or reconstructive techniques. This edition is in far greater detail than any other book that covers both soft and orthopedic surgery. It also includes the most recent pharmaceutical and treatment options as well as quick notes in boxes that help for a speedy review of a concept." ("Doody's, " 2010) -This Atlas would be a very useful addition to the general practitioner's library. Recent graduates will benefit from the theory regarding wound healing and complications and the many different methods of wound closure. The more advanced surgeon could use this book as a quick visual reference for more complicated techniques. I would recommend this text for any general practitioner wanting to expand surgical skills to include flaps or to improve closure techniques.- (Australian Veterinary Journal, 1 March 2011) -In the preface of this substantial book the author expresses his hope that readers will find it a -practical, informative and single-source reference for the surgical restoration of our small animal patients-: he has, in my opinion, achieved his aim. I would recommend it without hesitation for those with a heavy surgical caseload (particularly surgical oncology) and for anyone who has a particular interest in wound management and reconstruction.- (Veterinary Times, March 2011) -The third edition of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery is a well-organized text that outlines the process of wound care from basic initial management to complicated reconstructive techniques. The addition of color pictures to the treatment of specific wound types is a welcome addition to previous editions of the text. The book is well written, and the color figures compliment the text well. Throughout the text, the author includes information boxes to emphasize important points and to add personal observations based on his experience. These information boxes add a personal feel and welcome procedural tips to the text that will help novice surgeons. Overall, the third edition of this book is a valuable addition as a reference for experienced surgeons as well as a guide for surgical residents and general practitioners interested in wound management and skin reconstruction.- (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, December 2010) -This book encapsulates the clincial acumen that Dr. Pavletic has derived from 35 years' experience in wound management and reconstructive surgery. There is a good reason why the previous edition of this book is a staple in most surgeons' libraries!- (Veterinary Record, January 2011) -The book is written for a wide audience from students or technicians to general practitioners or surgeons. There is not a more credible authority than the author of this book. The pictures are outstanding, especially compared to the previous edition. This is an excellent boards review... as well as a good reference for my practice to plan appropriate wound care options or reconstructive techniques. This edition is in far greater detail than any other book that covers both soft and orthopedic surgery.- (Doody's, July 2010) -Now in a fully updated and expanded third edition, Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management & Reconstructive Surgery provides a key reference any practicing vet collection needs. A top pick, unparalleled in detail, scope and the latest coverage.- (The Midwest Book Review, July 2010) "This Atlas would be a very useful addition to the general practitioner's library. Recent graduates will benefit from the theory regarding wound healing and complications and the many different methods of wound closure. The more advanced surgeon could use this book as a quick visual reference for more complicated techniques. I would recommend this text for any general practitioner wanting to expand surgical skills to include flaps or to improve closure techniques." (Australian Veterinary Journal, 1 March 2011) "In the preface of this substantial book the author expresses his hope that readers will find it a "practical, informative and single-source reference for the surgical restoration of our small animal patients": he has, in my opinion, achieved his aim. I would recommend it without hesitation for those with a heavy surgical caseload (particularly surgical oncology) and for anyone who has a particular interest in wound management and reconstruction." (Veterinary Times, March 2011) "The third edition of Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery is a well-organized text that outlines the process of wound care from basic initial management to complicated reconstructive techniques. The addition of color pictures to the treatment of specific wound types is a welcome addition to previous editions of the text. The book is well written, and the color figures compliment the text well. Throughout the text, the author includes information boxes to emphasize important points and to add personal observations based on his experience. These information boxes add a personal feel and welcome procedural tips to the text that will help novice surgeons. Overall, the third edition of this book is a valuable addition as a reference for experienced surgeons as well as a guide for surgical residents and general practitioners interested in wound management and skin reconstruction." (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, December 2010) "This book encapsulates the clincial acumen that Dr. Pavletic has derived from 35 years' experience in wound management and reconstructive surgery. There is a good reason why the previous edition of this book is a staple in most surgeons' libraries!" (Veterinary Record, January 2011) "The book is written for a wide audience from students or technicians to general practitioners or surgeons. There is not a more credible authority than the author of this book. The pictures are outstanding, especially compared to the previous edition. This is an excellent boards review... as well as a good reference for my practice to plan appropriate wound care options or reconstructive techniques. This edition is in far greater detail than any other book that covers both soft and orthopedic surgery." (Doody's, July 2010) "Now in a fully updated and expanded third edition, Atlas of Small Animal Wound Management & Reconstructive Surgery provides a key reference any practicing vet collection needs. A top pick, unparalleled in detail, scope and the latest coverage." (The Midwest Book Review, July 2010) "In the preface of this substantial book the author expresses his hope that readers will find it a "practical, informative and single-source reference for the surgical restoration of our small animal patients": he has, in my opinion, achieved his aim. I would recommend it without hesitation for those with a heavy surgical caseload (particularly surgical oncology) and for anyone who has a particular interest in wound management and reconstruction." ("Veterinary Times, " March 2011) "The third edition of "Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery" is a well-organized text that outlines the process of wound care from basic initial management to complicated reconstructive techniques. The addition of color pictures to the treatment of specific wound types is a welcome addition to previous editions of the text. The book is well written, and the color figures compliment the text well. Throughout the text, the author includes information boxes to emphasize important pointsa "I would recommend it with-out hesitation for those with a heavy surgical caseload (particularly surgical oncology) and for anyone who has a particular interest in wound management and reconstruction." (Veterinary Times, 14 March 2011)"The third edition of "Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery" is a well-organized text that outlines the process of wound care from basic initial management to complicated reconstructive techniques. The addition of color pictures to the treatment of specific wound types is a welcome addition to previous editions of the text. The book is well written, and the color figures compliment the text well. Throughout the text, the author includes information boxes to emphasize important points and to add personal observations based on his experience. These information boxes add a personal feel and welcome procedural tips to the text that will help novice surgeons. Overall, the third edition of this book is a valuable addition as a reference f "The third edition of "Small Animal Wound Management and Reconstructive Surgery" is a well-organized text that outlines the process of wound care from basic initial management to complicated reconstructive techniques. The addition of color pictures to the treatment of specific wound types is a welcome addition to previous editions of the text. The book is well written, and the color figures compliment the text well. Throughout the text, the author includes information boxes to emphasize important points and to add personal observations based on his experience. These information boxes add a personal feel and welcome procedural tips to the text that will help novice surgeons. Overall, the third edition of this book is a valuable addition as a reference for experienced surgeons as well as a guide for surgical residents and general practitioners interested in wound management and skin reconstruction." ("Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association," December 2010)"This book en "A top pick, unparalleled in detail, scope and the latest coverage." (The Mid West Book Review, July 2010) "The book is written for a wide audience from students or technicians to general practitioners or surgeons. There is not a more credible authority than the author of this book. The pictures are outstanding, especially compared to the previous edition. This is an excellent boards review... as well as a good reference for my practice to plan appropriate wound care options or reconstructive techniques. This edition is in far greater detail than any other book that covers both soft and orthopedic surgery." ("Doody's, " July 2010) ?

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