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EVERY small animal practitioner has had to deal with acute collapse or status epilepticus at some point in their career. It can be a far from pleasurable experience with panicked owners and many possible diagnoses, which are seemingly difficult to investigate and carry wildly different prognoses⇓.
Treatment recommendations for dealing with such cases have dramatically evolved over recent years, with many previously indicated therapies now being considered as contraindicated. Never fear, ‘Small Animal Neurological Emergencies’ can guide you though this minefield of a subject.
The book begins with a section …
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