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|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|| 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.
|| 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.
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