The Art of Equine Medicine: An Interactive Guide
Jonathan M. Naylor, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Diplomate ACVN.
Sameeh M. Abutarbush, BVSc, MVetSc, Diplomate ACVIM, Diplomate ABVP.
480 Images, 25 Sound Files, 260 Video Clips, Quizzes to Help Evaluate Your Knowledge
OUT OF PRINT
Requires Windows 95 or higher, Windows media player 6 or higher, CD drive, headphones.
This comprehensive equine medicine textbook integrates traditional descriptions of clinical signs with images, sound recordings, and video so that clinical signs can be clearly understood and easily related to physical examination findings.
The book follows a problem oriented approach so all the diseases for a given clinical sign can readily be found. To look up a specific disease, simply type its name in the find box and select the pages with the most hits. A dosage calculator makes it convenient and accurate to calculate appropriate volumes to inject or pills to give by mouth.
A comprehensive guide to the identification and interpretation of respiratory tract noises and auscultation findings.
● Sections covering heart arrhythmia, murmurs, respiratory and gastro-intestinal sounds.
● Each section consists of text, illustrations, recordings of normal and abnormal sounds, and movies.
● Simultaneous visual interpretation, a unique feature that ensures you ascribe the interpretation to the appropriate sound.
● Recordings made using specially designed stethoscopes and sound capture techniques to ensure excellent audio quality.
● The latest research findings in this area.
Other Exciting New Features:
● A complete, fully referenced equine text book.
● More examples and improved video clips.
● More authors
● Contains a dosage calculator with printable results to simplify drug administration.
Reviews of Previous Editions (Hearing Horse Hearts):
Bain Fairfield, DVM, DACVIM, DACVP, DACVECC, this book delivers excellent quality recordings and is “a useful tool for veterinarians of all backgrounds” (excerpts from a review in the Veterinary Information Network).
K. W. Hinchcliff, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM, states “This CD is a remarkable teaching aid and should be required listening for every veterinary student.” (excerpts from a review in JAVMA, Vol 219, No. 12, December 15, 2001).
Watch an annotated example of normal heart sounds and normal gut sounds, below. Buy the book and see rabies, botulism, urethroscopy, upper respiratory tract endoscopy, and many more.
To get the correct sound, use headphones and adjust the volume till the speech is at a normal volume.