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Interpretation of Equine Laboratory Diagnostics


Interpretation of Equine Laboratory Diagnostics


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von: Nicola Pusterla, Jill Higgins

120,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 05.10.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781118922811
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 448

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Interpretation of Equine Laboratory Diagnostics offers a comprehensive approach to equine laboratory diagnostics, including hematology, clinical chemistry, serology, body fluid analysis, microbiology, clinical parasitology, endocrinology, immunology, and molecular diagnostics. Offers a practical resource for the accurate interpretation of laboratory results, with examples showing real-world applications Covers hematology, clinical chemistry, serology, body fluid analysis, microbiology, clinical parasitology, endocrinology, immunology,  and molecular diagnostics Introduces the underlying principles of laboratory diagnostics Provides clinically oriented guidance on performing and interpreting laboratory tests Presents a complete reference to establish and new diagnostic procedures Offers a practical resource for the accurate interpretation of laboratory results, with examples showing real-world applications Covers hematology, clinical chemistry, serology, body fluid analysis, microbiology, clinical parasitology, endocrinology, immunology,  and molecular diagnostics Introduces the underlying principles of laboratory diagnostics Provides clinically oriented guidance on performing and interpreting laboratory tests Presents a complete reference to established and new diagnostic procedures  
Preface Chapter 1: Veterinary Diagnostic TestingLinda Mittel Chapter 2: Basic Techniques and ProceduresEmir Hodzic Chapter 3: Point of Care TestingC. Langdon Fielding Chapter 4: Test PerformanceChristian M. Leutenegger Chapter 5: EnzymesLeslie Sharkey Chapter 6:  Kidney Function TestsLeslie Sharkey Chapter 7: CarbohydratesLeslie Sharkey Chapter 8: LipidsM. Judith Radin Chapter 9: Blood GasesAlonso Guedes Chapter 10: ElectrolytesKrista E. Estell           Chapter 11:  Miscellaneous SolutesLeslie Sharkey         Chapter 12: Cardiac TroponinDr. Anita Varga Chapter 13: Vitamin and Mineral AssessmentCarrie J. Finno Chapter 14: Toxicologic DiagnosticsRobert H. Poppenga Chapter 15: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring  K. Gary Magdesian Chapter 16: Red Blood CellsJed Overmann Chapter 17: LeukocytesJed Overmann Chapter 18: PlateletsJed Overmann Chapter 19: Blood Proteins and Acute Phase ProteinsJed Overmann Chapter 20: Clotting times (aPTT and PT)SallyAnne L. Ness and Marjory B. Brooks Chapter 21: AntithrombinSallyAnne L. Ness and Marjory B. Brooks Chapter 22: Fibrin and Fibrinogen Degradation Products (FDPs)SallyAnne L. Ness and Marjory B. Brooks Chapter 23: Coagulation FactorsSallyAnne L. Ness and Marjory B. Brooks Chapter 24: Equine Infectious Anemia VirusSandra D. Taylor Chapter 25: Equine Influenza VirusBeate Crossley and Ashley Hill Chapter 26: Alpha-Herpesviruses (EHV-1, EHV-4)Beate Crossley and Ashley Hill Chapter 27: Equine Rhinitis Viruses (ERAV, ERBV)Beate Crossley and Ashley Hill Chapter 28: Interpretation of Testing for Common Mosquito Transmitted Diseases: West Nile Virus and Eastern and Western Equine EncephalitisMaureen T. Long and Kelli L. Barr Chapter 29: Streptococcus equi ss equiAshley G. Boyle Chapter 30: Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosisSharon J. Spier and Jennifer Jeske Chapter 31: Neorickettisa risticiiSandra D. Taylor Chapter 32: Anaplasma phagocytophilumJanet Foley and Nicole Stephenson Chapter 33: Lawsonia intracellularisConnie J. Gebhart Chapter 34: Borrelia burgdorferiAmy L. Johnson and Bettina Wagner Chapter 35: Clostridium difficileK. Gary Magdesian Chapter 36: Leptospira spp.Janet Foley and Mary H. Straub Chapter 37: Fungal PathogensJill C. Higgins and Nicola Pusterla Chapter 38: Sarcocystis neurona and Neospora hughesiAmy L. Johnson Chapter 39: Babesia caballi and Theileria equiAngela Pelzel-McCluskey and Josie Traub-Dargatz Chapter 40: Assessment of Vaccination Status and Susceptibility to InfectionW. David Wilson Chapter 41: Immune-Mediated Hemolytic AnemiaJulia B. Felippe Chapter 42: Equine Neonatal IsoerythrolysisJulia B. Felippe Chapter 43: Immune-Mediated ThrombocytopeniaJulia B. Felippe Chapter 44: Neonatal Alloimmune ThrombocytopeniaJulia B. Felippe Chapter 45: Cellular ImmunityJulia B. Felippe Chapter 46: ImmunoglobulinsJulia B. Felippe Chapter 47: Equine Blood Groups and FactorsK. Gary Magdesian Chapter 48: Bacteriology and Mycology TestingJoshua B. Daniels and Barbara A. Byrne Chapter 49: Antimicrobial Susceptibility TestingK. Gary Magdesian Chapter 50: Parasite Control StrategiesWendy Vaala and Robin Houston Chapter 51: Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious PathogensNicola Pusterla and Christian M. Leutenegger Chapter 52: Equine Genetic TestingCarrie J. Finno Chapter 53: Genetic Tests for Equine Coat ColorM. Cecilia T. Penedo Chapter 54: Peritoneal FluidJorge Nieto Chapter 55: Respiratory SecretionsMelissa Mazan Chapter 56: Pleural FluidMelissa Mazan Chapter 57: Urine AnalysisLeslie Sharkey Chapter 58: Synovial FluidJorge Nieto and Jan Trela Chapter 59: Cerebrospinal fluidMonica Aleman Chapter 60: Laboratory Testing for Endocrine and Metabolic DisordersNicholas Frank Chapter 61: Endocrine Testing for Reproductive Conditions in HorsesAlan Conley and Barry Ball Chapter 62: Foaling Predictor TestsGhislaine A. Dujovne and Camilla.J. Scott
The editors Nicola Pusterla, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM, is Professor of Equine Internal Medicine in the Department of Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in Davis, California, USA. Jill Higgins, DVM, is a Private Equine Practitioner/Consultant at Equine Consulting Services in Penryn, California, USA.
Interpretation of Equine Laboratory Diagnostics offers a comprehensive approach to equine laboratory diagnostics, including hematology, clinical chemistry, serology, body fluid analysis, microbiology, clinical parasitology, endocrinology, immunology, and molecular diagnostics. The book is an easy-to-use introduction to performing diagnostic tests and aids in the interpretation of results with examples and comparative data on the test performance. This practical manual provides a quick clinical reference for accurately interpreting laboratory diagnostics. Chapters cover basic principles, analytical techniques, analytes, hematology, clinical chemistry, serological tests, immunological tests, endocrine tests, blood groups, microbiology, clinical parasitology, and molecular diagnostics. Presenting established and new diagnostic procedures, Interpretation of Equine Laboratory Diagnostics represents a unique resource for veterinary students, veterinary technicians, and equine veterinarians who have an interest in equine laboratory diagnostics. Key features Offers a practical resource for the accurate interpretation of laboratory results, with examples showing real-world applications Covers hematology, clinical chemistry, serology, body fluid analysis, microbiology, clinical parasitology, endocrinology, immunology, and molecular diagnostics Introduces the underlying principles of laboratory diagnostics Provides clinically oriented guidance on performing and interpreting laboratory tests Presents a complete reference to established and new diagnostic procedures

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