Yuzo Yamamoto

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Location: London,England


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Saunders Equine Formulary, 1e by Derek C. Knottenbelt BVM&S  DVM&S  MRCVS
Saunders Equine Formulary, 1e by Derek C. Knottenbelt BVM&S DVM&S MRCVS
This handbook contains concise yet very useful information relevant to equine practitioners.
It covers reference values,diagnostic tests(eg.nerve blocks),drugs used in equine medicine,and other clinical aids such as ageing and bandaging techniques.
The only drawback is that there are occasionally wrong or omitted words in the text and tables.
eg.p63 0.5% solution of epinephrine X > 0.5% solution of phenylephrine,p64 mydriasis X > miosis
p6 Table1.2 Word "EDTA" is omitted from the top of the far left column.
Apart from these kind of errors this handbook is still invaluable and highly recommended for all practitioners.
Lameness: Recognizing and Treating the Horse's Mos&hellip by Equine Research Inc
This handbook is full of in-depth information of equine lameness with many black and white pictures and beautiful diagrams.The text is written in plain English and it is an easy read.
Black's Student Veterinary Dictionary (Black's Vet&hellip by Edward Boden
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
This is a great veterinary dictionary which includes concise veterinary information relevant to the UK.
I also own the Saunders comprehensive veterinary dictionary which covers more veterinary terms and has colour pictures but I personally prefer the Black's veterinary dictionary.The Saunders dictionary gives only the definition of a veterinary term.In comparison the Black's dictionary also offers an in-depth but concise explanation of each term and I found this quite helpful to grasp the essence of it.
I would strongly recommend this dictionary to any veterinary student.