Best Equine Veterinary Medicine Books
Here you will get Best Equine Veterinary Medicine Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Essentials of Clinical Anatomy of the Equine Locomotor System
Author: by Jean-Marie Denoix
Published at: CRC Press; 1st edition (March 3, 2019)
Essentials of Clinical Anatomy of the Equine Locomotor System presents a unique photographic record of dissections showing the topographical anatomy of the locomotor system of the horse. Readers of this book will be able to see the position and relationships of the bones, joints, muscles, nerves and blood vessels that make up each region of the forelimb, vertebral column and hindlimb.
Key features: Important features of regional and topographical anatomy are presented using full-color photos of detailed dissections Anatomy is presented in a clinical context Preparations of cross-sectional anatomy facilitate interpretation of diagnostic imaging, such as ultrasonography, MRI images and CT scans All dissections are of fresh material, rather than preserved specimens, to demonstrate the appearance of tissues in the living animal, or at post mortem autopsy This new atlas is essential for anybody involved in detailed anatomical study, complex lameness evaluation or advanced imaging techniques in horses.
2. Language Signs and Calming Signals of Horses: Recognition and Application
Author: by Rachaël Draaisma
Published at: CRC Press; 1st edition (October 6, 2017)
This practical book helps you interpret and connect the physical signals that horses display in response to their environment. These signals are evident in the everyday actions, gestures and attitudes that horses communicate to each other, but are often so subtle that they can go unnoticed by humans.
This book aims to rectify that, offering horse lovers and equine professionals an opportunity to gain a unique insight into their ‘horse’s world’. Key features: includes detailed description of language signs of domestic horses, with a special emphasis on calming signals includes 275 pictures to visualize various language signs, calming signals, behaviour sequences and facial features presents communication ladders to show how a horse responds to incentives in his environment, and what signals he uses at certain moments contains tips on the use of the communication ladders and calming signals to improve the socialisation, training and wellbeing of your horse considers equine psychological stress from an environmental perspective, providing a valuable alternative to the current common clinical perspective.
3. Equine Surgery, 5e
Author: by Jorg A. Auer Dr Med Vet MS
Published at: Elsevier Inc; 5th edition (September 13, 2018)
Equip yourself for success with the only book on the market that covers all aspects of equine surgery! Equine Surgery, 5th Edition prepares you to manage each surgical condition by understanding its pathophysiology and evaluating alternative surgical approaches. Explanations in the book describe how to avoid surgical infections, select and use instruments, and perfect fundamental surgical techniques including incisions, cautery, retractions, irrigation, surgical suction, wound closure, dressings, bandages, and casts.
In addition to diagnostic imaging and orthopedic coverage, it includes in-depth information on anesthesia, the integumentary system (including wound management, reconstructive surgery, and skin grafting), the alimentary system, respiratory, and urogenital systems. Complete coverage of all the information needed to study for the American and European College of Veterinary Surgeons Board Examinations makes this edition an excellent study tool.
Section on anesthesiology and pain management prepares you to manage these critical aspects of any surgery. Extensive, up-to-date orthopedic coverage includes joint disorders and joint trauma. Section on integumentary system contains information on wound management, reconstructive surgery, and skin grafting.
4. Equine Emergencies: Treatment and Procedures
Author: by James A. Orsini
Published at: Saunders; 4th edition (December 17, 2013)
Ideal for use in the clinic and in the field, Equine Emergencies: Treatment and Procedures, 4th Edition, offers practical step-by-step guidelines for effectively managing a wide range of emergency situations. Thoroughly updated content keeps you informed of the latest advances in horse care in a portable, convenient format.
Essential examination, diagnostic, and treatment information for each body system is presented in a logical format so you can quickly find answers during equine emergencies. What to Do and What Not to Do boxes guide you through the step-by-step treatment of an emergency and draw your attention to important steps to take and those to avoid.
High-quality photographs and illustrations visually clarify key concepts and guide you through procedures step by step.NEW! Chapter covering bacterial and viral diseases arms you with critical information on diagnostic labs, collection, submission, and interpretation.NEW! Chapter on emergency diagnostic procedures keeps you up-to-date on all the tests needed to determine the most effective treatment.NEW!
5. Adams and Stashak's Lameness in Horses
Author: by Gary M. Baxter
Published at: Wiley-Blackwell; 7th edition (June 30, 2020)
Provides a fully updated Seventh Edition of the classic gold-standard reference on equine lameness This new edition of the go-to resource for equine lameness features updates throughout and more in-depth information on objective lameness assessment, sports medicine, rehabilitation, treatment options, and advanced imaging.
With contributions from the world’s leading authorities on the subject, the book covers functional anatomy, examination, imaging, lameness of the distal limb, proximal limb, and axial skeleton, principles of musculoskeletal disease, therapies, occupation-related conditions, lameness in young horses, and farriery.
More than 1,700 images support the text, making it an exhaustive reference for all aspects of lameness in horses. Now in its seventh edition, Adams and Stashak’s Lameness in Horses continues to be the definitive resource on equine lameness for veterinary specialists, practitioners, interns, residents, and students alike.
The book is supplemented with a companion website offering a plethora of how-to videos demonstrating a variety of different physical examination techniques, including palpation, hoof testing, flexion tests, and perineural and intrasynovial injection techniques. Offers a fully revised new edition of the classic text on equine lameness Includes more extensive information on objective lameness assessment, sports medicine, rehabilitation, treatment options and advanced imaging Features over 1,700 images to illustrate the concepts described Written by internationally renowned experts in the field Includes access to a companion website with “how-to” videos Adams and Stashak’s Lameness in Horses is a must-have reference for any practicing large animal and equine veterinarian, equine veterinary specialist, or veterinary student dealing with lameness in the horse.
6. Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse
Author: by Jean-Marie Denoix
Published at: CRC Press; 1st edition (December 3, 2013)
Confidently diagnose, treat, and manage patient conditions with the only comprehensive book on the market devoted solely to equine internal medicine. Filled with fully updated content on principles of treatment and contributions from internationally known equine experts, Equine Internal Medicine, 4th Edition focuses on the basic pathophysiologic mechanisms that underlie the development of various equine diseases.
A problem-based approach outlines how to apply the latest clinical evidence directly to the conditions you will encounter in practice. A new companion website with over 120 video clips presents diseases and disorders that cannot be explained as well through wordsUpdated information throughout, including the most recent drug information.
Current and well-referenced content on equine diseases and treatment techniques cites the latest books and journals. Internationally known equine experts present information on problems affecting horses throughout the world and provide contributions that enable practitioners and students to approach disease and treatment of equine patients with more authority and understanding.
8. Color Atlas of Veterinary Anatomy, Volume 2, The Horse
Author: by Raymond R. Ashdown BVSc PhD MRCVS
Published at: Mosby Ltd.; 2nd edition (May 16, 2012)
The Color Atlas of Veterinary Anatomy volume 2 presents a unique photographic record of dissections showing the topographical anatomy of the horse. With this book you will be able to see the position and relationships of the bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and viscera that go to make up each region of the body and each organ system.
Each book in this 3 volume series is packed with full-color photographs and drawings of dissections prepared specifically for these texts. Key features Accessibly and systematically structured with each chapter devoted to a specific body region Important features of regional and topographical anatomy presented using full color photos of detailed dissections Dissections presented in the standing position Detailed color line drawings clarify the relationships of relevant structures Presents anatomy in a clinical context This new edition second edition offers important new features, including: Accompanying website presents over 100 interactive quizzes and self-assessment questions Many more radiographs throughout Additional CT and MRI images Clinical notes highlight areas of particular clinical significance
9. Equine Locomotion
Author: by Willem Back DVM PhD
Published at: Saunders Ltd.; 2nd edition (August 30, 2013)
The first edition of Equine Locomotion has established itself as the book in the equine literature that discusses all aspects of equine locomotion and gait analysis, written by an international team of editors and contributors. The new edition continues this trend and gives the reader a complete picture of the horse in motion, at the same time including many recent findings in this area.
The book begins with a history of man’s association with the horse and then continues to discuss with comprehensive descriptions of the present state of knowledge beginning with the initiation of gait and ending with the more scientific area of computer modeling.
In the new edition, the list of contributors continues to comprise of authors who are acknowledged experts in their subject areas and includes many new illustrations. International team of editors and contributors, with leading experts from the USA, the Netherlands, Sweden and France (all centres of excellence for the study of equine locomotion) editors are from two of the worlds leading locomotion centres Utrecht and Michigan highly illustrated with nearly 500 detailed line drawings and illustrations covers all you will ever need to know about equine locomotion, gait analysis and much more international team of editors and contributors, with leading experts from the USA, the Netherlands, Sweden and France (all centres of excellence for the study of equine locomotion) editors are from two of the worlds leading locomotion centres Utrecht and Michigan highly illustrated with nearly 500 detailed line drawings and illustrations covers all you will ever need to know about equine locomotion, gait analysis and much more
10. Physical Therapy and Massage for the Horse: Biomechanics-Excercise-Treatment, Second Edition
Author: by Jean-Marie Denoix
Published at: CRC Press; 2nd edition (March 13, 2001)
A new edition of a highly respected textbook and reference in the rapidly emerging field of equitation science. Equitation Science, 2nd Edition incorporates learning theory into ethical equine training frameworks suitable for riders of any level and for all types of equestrian activity.
Written by international experts at the forefront of the development of the field, the welfare of the horse and rider safety are primary considerations throughout. This edition features a new chapter on research methods, and a companion website provides the images from the book in PowerPoint.
12. Equine Behavior: A Guide for Veterinarians and Equine Scientists
Author: by Paul McGreevy BVSc PhD
Published at: Saunders Ltd.; 2nd edition (October 18, 2012)
Equine Behavior: A Guide for Veterinarians and Equine Scientists is written for all those who really want to know what makes horses tick. Behavioral problems in the stable and under saddle are of concern to equine veterinarians worldwide because they lead to welfare issues, abuse and ultimately wastage.
Equine veterinarians, trainers and handlers must be aware of each horse’s behavior as a first step in detection of problems, whether they are clinical maladies or training issues. As they constantly study their horses’ responses to their environments they are all, in effect, students of horse behavior.
Drawing on over 1,000 references, Equine Behavior explores the subject from first principles by considering the behavior of free-ranging horses and considering ways in which management and training influences the responses of domestic horses. All too often veterinarians feel that management of the mental health of equine patients is beyond their expertise.
This book addresses many important gaps to enable practitioners to understand how horses can learn to perform unwelcome behaviors and how to change those behaviors where appropriate. The new edition builds on the success of its pioneering predecessor and presents a thorough revision of all chapters to reflect the latest developments in this dynamic field.
13. Manual of Equine Reproduction
Author: by Steven P. Brinsko DVM
Published at: Mosby; 3rd edition (June 2, 2010)
Now in full color, Manual of Equine Reproduction, 3rd Edition provides a comprehensive look at the reproductive management of horses, including management of stallions, pregnant mares, and neonatal foals. Expert authors use a concise, practical approach in discussing improved therapies and treatments in equine breeding.
You’ll enhance your skills and knowledge with this book’s detailed coverage of techniques used in reproductive examination, breeding procedures, pregnancy diagnosis, foaling, and reproductive tract surgery. A clinical emphasis includes a step-by-step format of possible scenarios from conception to breeding management.
Practical information includes topics such as breeding with transported cooled or frozen semen, and caring for the broodmare and newborn foal. The organization of material corresponds to the course of study in veterinary school, so you can find topics easily.
Chapter objectives and study questions at the beginning of each chapter guide you through the material and provide clear learning goals. Evaluation of Breeding Records chapter covers the importance of breeding records, and how to use them to evaluate stallion performance and optimize fertility.
14. Equine Applied and Clinical Nutrition: Health, Welfare and Performance
Published at: Saunders; 1st edition (April 15, 2013)
Equine Applied and Clinical Nutrition is a landmark text that provides a comprehensive source of information on the nutrition and feeding management of horses. In this authoritative and accessible account, experts from around the world provide a global perspective while the editors tackle key controversial areas.
Topics covered include the basic foundations of equine nutrition (digestive and metabolic physiology, nutrient functions and requirements), nutritional management by life stage or function, the assessment of feedstuffs and feeding programs, and clinical nutrition. Also included is discussion on feed hygiene and the role of manufacturers in feed quality and safety.
The book contains abundant practical nutritional advice for the treatment of clinical conditions seen by veterinarians in their daily practice, together with the fundamental information needed to make recommendations for the nutritional management of healthy horses. Equine Applied and Clinical Nutrition provides the most substantial overview currently available of the nutritional management of key equine clinical conditions.
15. Veterinary Anatomy of Domestic Animals (Textbook and Colour Atlas)
Author: by Horst Erich Konig
Published at: Thieme; 7th edition (March 1, 1920)
Put yourself in the box seat at exam time The days of cramming dry anatomical facts are over. It’s time to look at anatomy as an opportunity to appreciate a fascinating world of relationships and interconnections. Featuring:The complete spectrum of systematic and topographic anatomy: clearly structured and vividly presented, featuring superb high-quality imagesA combined text and atlas: takes into account a variety of species, an ideal resource for developing a comprehensive understanding of anatomical structures and relationshipsIntegrated sectional anatomy and contemporary diagnostic imaging: a window into the application of anatomy in diagnosticsHighlights you won’t want to miss:A new chapter on avian anatomy: the fundamental structural features of birds, at a glanceOver 1100 exceptional images: anatomical specimens and histological images, thin slice plastinations, colour schematics, diagnostic imaging, sectional anatomyNumerous references to clinical and applied anatomy: including equine endoscopy, arthrocentesis, examination of the udder, rectal examination and laparotomyA unique bonus: CT, MRI and ultrasonographic imagesBringing anatomy to life!