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Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner

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Beschreibung

Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner offers practical strategies and helpful approaches for managing fractures in dogs and cats. 

•    Contains all the information needed to successfully manage the most common fractures in dogs and cats

•    Emphasizes clinically oriented tips for treating fractures from experienced surgeons

•    Offers an abundance of color photographs to illustrate the techniques

 



The Editor

Anne M. Sylvestre DVM, DVSc, CCRP, Diplomate ACVS/ECVS has recently retired from referral practice in Oakville, Ontario and now focuses her time on offering continuing education for small animal practitioners.

Autorentext

The Editor

Anne M. Sylvestre DVM, DVSc, CCRP, Diplomate ACVS/ECVS has recently retired from referral practice in Oakville, Ontario and now focuses her time on offering continuing education for small animal practitioners.

Klappentext

A practical guide to managing fractures in dogs and cats, written for the first opinion practitioner

Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner offers practical strategies and helpful approaches for managing fractures in dogs and cats. This vital resource presents a wealth of tried-and-true tips and recommendations for the successful treatment of fractures. Equally useful prior to referral and for managing a fracture through healing, this book focuses on the most common fractures and offers reliable guidance for treating each type of fracture.

This accessible guide makes it easy to find and apply information needed when a fracture presents in veterinary practice, helping practitioners improve their clinical outcomes. High-quality clinical photographs clearly illustrate the concepts discussed. This important text:

  • Contains all the information needed to successfully manage the most common fractures in dogs and cats
  • Emphasizes clinically oriented tips for treating fractures from experienced surgeons
  • Offers an abundance of color photographs to illustrate the techniques

Written for small animal general practitioners and veterinary students, Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner is an essential resource for the successful management and treatment of fractures in dogs and cats.

Zusammenfassung

Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner offers practical strategies and helpful approaches for managing fractures in dogs and cats.

• Contains all the information needed to successfully manage the most common fractures in dogs and cats

• Emphasizes clinically oriented tips for treating fractures from experienced surgeons

• Offers an abundance of color photographs to illustrate the techniques



Inhalt

List of Contributors xv

Preface xvii

Section 1 General Information 1

1 Fracture Identification 3
Anne M. Sylvestre

1.1 Number of Fragments 3

1.2 Fracture Configuration 3

1.3 Location on the Bone 7

1.4 Salter Harris Fractures 7

2 Open Fractures 9
Anne M. Sylvestre

2.1 First Degree 9

2.2 Second Degree 9

2.3 Third Degree 9

Reference 10

3 Patient Management 11
Anne M. Sylvestre

3.1 The Patient 11

3.1.1 Upon Admission 11

3.1.2 Immediate Postoperative Care 11

3.1.3 Upon Discharge From Hospital 11

3.1.4 Outside and Walks 12

3.1.5 Followup Radiographs and Healing Times 13

3.1.6 Implant Removal 13

3.2 The Owner 14

3.2.1 Slippery Floors 14

3.2.2 Stairs 15

3.2.3 No Jumping 15

3.2.4 Common Stressors 15

3.2.5 Crates 15

3.2.6 Icing 15

3.2.7 Gentle Passive Range of Motion (PROM) 16

3.2.8 Urination and Bowel Movements 16

3.2.9 Food and Water 16

3.2.10 Cats 17

3.3 Managing Osteoarthritis (OA) 17

References 17

4 Bandages and Splints 19
Jennifer White and Anne M. Sylvestre

4.1 The Bandage 19

4.1.1 Layers of a Bandage 19

4.1.2 Creating the Bandage 19

4.2 Forelimb 27

4.2.1 Velpeau Sling 27

4.2.2 Spica Bandage 30

4.2.3 Antebrachial Bandages 31

4.2.4 Bandages for a Manus 37

4.2.5 Carpal Flexion Sling 37

4.3 Hind Limb 39

4.3.1 Ehmer Sling 39

4.3.2 Robert Jones Bandage 39

4.3.3 Crural and Tarsal Bandages 39

4.3.4 Bandages for a Pes 47

4.3.5 Robinson and 9090 Slings 47

4.4 Bandage Care 47

4.4.1 Home Care Instructions 47

4.4.2 Bandage Changes 50

4.4.3 Bandage/Splint Complications 50

Reference 60

Section 2 The Forequarter 61

5 Mandible and Maxilla 63
Teresa Jacobson

5.1 Mandibular Fractures 63

5.1.1 Mandibular Symphyseal Separation 63

5.1.2 Rostral Mandibular Fractures 63

5.1.3 Fracture at the Level of the Mandibular First Molar 64

5.1.4 Temporomandibular Luxation 65

5.1.5 Other Mandibular Fractures 68

5.2 Maxillary Fractures 68

5.2.1 Fracture and/or Avulsion of the Incisive Bone 68

5.2.2 Fractures of the Maxillary Bone 68

5.3 Managing Expectations 68

5.4 Alternatives When the Treatment of Choice is Not an Option 68

5.5 Potential Complications of Maxillofacial Fracture Repair 69

References 74

6 Scapula 75
Anne M. Sylvestre

6.1 Fractures 75

6.1.1 Fractures Through the Body and Spine of the Scapula 75

6.1.2 Acromion Fractures 76

6.1.3 Fractures of the Neck of the Scapula 76

6.2 Managing Expectations with Recommended Treatments 78

6.3 Alternatives When Treatment of Choice is Not an Option 78

References 79

7 Shoulder Joint 81
Anne M. Sylvestre

7.1 Fractures and Luxations 82

7.1.1 Avulsion of the Supraglenoid Tuberosity 82

7.1.2 T or Y Fractures of the Scapular Neck and Glenoid Rim 82

7.1.3 Other Fractures Involving the Shoulder Joint 82

7.1.4 Medial Luxations 82

7.1.5 Lateral Luxations 84

7.2 Managing Expectations with Recommended Treatments 84

7.3 Alternatives When Treatment of Choice is Not an Option 86

7.3.1 Fractures 86

7.3.2 Luxations 86

References 86

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Produktinformationen

Titel: Fracture Management for the Small Animal Practitioner
Editor:
EAN: 9781119215943
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Wiley-Blackwell
Genre: Veterinärmedizin
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Veröffentlichung: 01.04.2019
Dateigrösse: 131.2 MB