Published by LifeLearn Animal Health, the Veterinary Emergency + Critical Care Manual (VECCM) is a comprehensive emergency guide that provides ready access to diagnostic and treatment strategies for common emergency situations for dogs, cats, birds, and exotics.
The Veterinary Emergency + Critical Care Manual
Quick and Easy
Its manual-style format and step-by-step diagnostic, procedural, and management instructions make it a quick and easy resource for emergency teams to reference and apply in rigorous situations.
Since 1996, the manual has been used in practices around the world. Its practical and logical approach enables timely clinical decisions and action with a focus on procedure and protocol. Detailed decision trees, easy-to-reference tables, algorithms, illustrations, and sample worksheets support essential emergency decision-making. Practitioners will also appreciate the consistently formatted topics with extensive chapter cross-referencing.
The 3rd Edition has been thoroughly reviewed and updated by the editor and 60 contributing authors to reflect current best practices. It includes a large amount of new information – approximately a 50% increase in the volume of content.
- Infection: Preventing and Treating from the Point of Admission
- Multi-Drug Resistant (Yet-To-Be-Identified) Infections
- Fasciitis and Myositis
- Damage Control Techniques for Abdominal Injury
- Focused Emergency Cageside Sonography
- Catheter and Tube Placement Techniques
- Mechanical Ventilation… and MORE
“It is an amazing book, which I have at my ICU. It is very practical for me and also for my students and other colleagues. This book brings important information for diagnostic and therapeutical approach and also the most important parts of pathophysiology for good understanding, what could be the consequences and why we should use the recommended treatment. The book is an amazing friend for critical situations.”MVDr. Leona Rauserova, PhD.
“We use it at night for emergencies because it is an approachable book with manageable charts and logically organized information. It’s easily used for quick, straightforward references.”Dr. Lais Malavasi, DVM, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor Anesthesia & Analgesia WSU