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Language Signs and Calming Signals of Horses: Recognition and Application

Rachaël Draaisma
October 06, 2017

This practical book helps you interpret and connect the physical signals that horses display in response to their environment. These signals are evident in the everyday actions, gestures and attitudes that horses communicate to each other, but are often so subtle that they can go unnoticed by...

Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Horse

Claus Peter Bartmann, Walter Brehm, Kerstin Gerlach, Klaus Hopster, Astrid Rijkenhuizen, Doreen Scharner, Michael Rocken, Bernhard Ohnesorge
August 28, 2015

This comprehensive atlas and textbook on minimal invasive surgery of the horse offers state-of-the-art advice from the experts. The authors present step-by step-descriptions of the most important surgery techniques in equine practice. This includes surgery of the upper respiratory tract, thorax,...

Equine Internal Medicine: Self-Assessment Color Review Second Edition

Tim S. Mair, Thomas J. Divers
August 07, 2015

Written by well-respected experts from the UK and USA, Equine Internal Medicine: Self-Assessment Color Review Second Edition presents more than 200 interesting and challenging cases encountered in equine practice, complete with photographs, imaging, or endoscopy findings; blood or fluid smears;...

Equine Embryo Transfer

Patrick M. McCue, Edward L. Squires
February 18, 2015

This book briefly reviews the history of equine embryo transfer, covering in clinically practical terms the techniques, equipment, and management protocols currently in use. Embryo transfer has become a big business, especially for breeding racing stock (horses and camels), and is therefore a very...

Equine Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

Louise Southwood, Pamela A. Wilkins
October 24, 2014

Early recognition of problems by owners, appropriate first aid, and timely referral by field veterinarians improve the chance of survival for horses requiring emergency management and critical care. With a view toward improving patient outcome, Equine Emergency and Critical Care Medicine is written...

The Racehorse: A Veterinary Manual

Pieter H.L Ramzan
August 08, 2014

Written by one of the UK’s leading equine veterinary practitioners, this textbook is dedicated wholly to the veterinary management of the racehorse. The Racehorse: A Veterinary Manual brings together all the major orthopaedic and non-orthopaedic conditions likely to be encountered in racehorse...

Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse

Jean-Marie Denoix
January 15, 2014

Effective horse trainers strive to improve the performance of their horses while preserving the integrity of the musculoskeletal apparatus. Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse supplies an anatomical and functional overview of the topic, enabling trainers to optimize the different...

Infectious Diseases of the Horse: Diagnosis, pathology, management, and public health

JH van der Kolk, EJB Veldhuis Kroeze
June 03, 2013

A clinician and a pathologist have collaborated to produce this thorough and balanced account of infectious diseases affecting horses. The book evaluates the latest diagnostic aids, including rapid developments in molecular biology, while emphasising that they are no substitute for clinical...

Respiratory Diseases of the Horse: A Problem-Oriented Approach to Diagnosis and Management

Laurent Couetil, Jan F Hawkins
March 15, 2013

The authors provide a problem-oriented approach to the assessment and management of respiratory illness in horses. The book deals first with the anatomy, function and clinical examination of the respiratory system, followed by discussion of diagnostic tests and procedures. The clinical section is...

Anatomy of the Horse, Sixth Edition

Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack, Sabine Rock, Aaron Horowitz, Rolf Berg
March 01, 2012

The sixth edition of this highly successful book contains updates to functional anatomy which has now been totally revised. There are also new chapters on the eye, abdomen, female reproduction, ultrasonography and orthopaedics. The atlas is superbly illustrated throughout with colour drawings,...

Horse Senses

Susan McBane
January 15, 2012

Horses perceive the world differently from humans because their senses developed differently through evolution to cope with different ways of living and surviving. Horses are essentially prey/flight animals. The horse’s senses therefore determine how the world appears to him and how he reacts to it...

Equine Pediatric Medicine

William V Bernard, Bonnie Barr
December 15, 2011

This book is a systematic and concise guide to equine pediatric medicine covering etiology, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, diagnosis, and management. The book is superbly illustrated throughout with photographs, line diagrams and radiographs. This book is of...

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