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Equine Fluid Therapy.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (381 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781118928196
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Equine Fluid TherapyDDC classification:
  • 636.1/08963992
LOC classification:
  • SF768.2.H67 -- .E675 2015eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Preface -- Section 1 Physiology of fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base -- Chapter 1 Body water physiology -- Introduction -- Physiologic fluid spaces -- Concepts in fluid balance -- Osmolality -- Effective osmolality (tonicity) -- Colloid osmotic pressure -- Starling's law -- Fluid movement out of the vascular space -- Starling's law and fluid therapy -- Summary of tonicity and colloid osmotic pressure -- References -- Chapter 2 Sodium and water homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Sodium and water intake -- Sodium and water balance -- Serum sodium concentration -- Introduction to hyponatremia and hypernatremia -- Hyponatremia -- Clinical effects of hyponatremia -- Treatment of hyponatremia -- Hypernatremia -- Unique features of foals -- References -- Chapter 3 Potassium homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Potassium intake -- Potassium excretion -- Internal potassium balance: extracellular-intracellular shifting -- Hypokalemia -- Hyperkalemia -- Selected tests for potassium disorders -- Foals and potassium balance -- References -- Chapter 4 Chloride homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Chloride regulation in the gastrointestinal system -- Chloride regulation in the renal system -- Measurement of chloride -- Hypochloremia -- Hyperchloremia -- Foals -- References -- Chapter 5 Calcium homeostasis and derangements -- Physiology of calcium homeostasis -- Measurement of calcium and related parameters -- Hypercalcemia -- Hypocalcemia -- References -- Chapter 6 Magnesium homeostasis and derangements -- Chemistry -- Distribution of magnesium within the body -- Magnesium physiology -- Gastrointestinal absorption of magnesium -- Renal excretion and reabsorption of magnesium -- Magnesium requirements of horses -- Magnesium homeostasis.
Pathophysiology of hypomagnesemia and inflammation -- Hypomagnesemic equine patients: incidence and outcome -- Association of hypomagnesemia with hypokalemia -- Association of hypomagnesemia with hypocalcemia -- Association of magnesium and endotoxemia -- Association of magnesium and insulin resistance -- Experimental manipulation of dietary magnesium in horses -- Clinical signs and consequences of magnesium deficiency -- Brain injury and magnesium -- Diagnostic testing -- Treatment for hypomagnesemia -- Hypermagnesemia -- References -- Chapter 7 Phosphorus homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Phosphorus distribution -- Phosphate functions -- Phosphate requirements, absorption, and excretion -- Phosphate homeostasis -- Phosphate disorders -- Hypophosphatemia -- Hyperphosphatemia -- References -- Chapter 8 Acid-base homeostasis and derangements -- Physiology of acid-base balance -- Interpretation of the acid-base balance -- Metabolic acidosis -- Metabolic alkalosis -- Respiratory alkalosis -- Mixed acid-base disorders -- Summary -- References -- Section 2 Fluid therapy -- Chapter 9 Preparation, supplies, and catheterization -- Introduction -- Intravenous catheter selection -- Location for catheter placement -- Patient characteristics affecting catheter selection -- Catheter placement -- Catheter maintenance -- Catheter complications -- References -- Chapter 10 Monitoring fluid therapy -- Physical examination findings -- Laboratory results -- Hemodynamic parameters -- Other parameters to monitor during fluid therapy -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 11 Fluid overload -- Introduction -- Risk factors for fluid overload -- Recognizing fluid overload -- Treatment of fluid overload -- Prognosis in fluid overload -- Prevention of fluid overload -- Neonatal foals -- References -- Chapter 12 Replacement fluids therapy in horses -- Introduction.
Background -- The TROL approach -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13 Maintenance fluid therapy in horses -- Introduction -- Fluid physiology of horses -- Maintenance water requirements of adult horses -- Electrolytes -- Candidates for maintenance fluid therapy -- Assessment of needs -- Monitoring techniques during maintenance fluid therapy -- Complications of maintenance fluid therapy -- Clinical applications of maintenance fluid therapy -- Discontinuation of fluid therapy -- Additives for maintenance fluid therapy -- References -- Chapter 14 Fluid therapy for renal failure -- Acute kidney injury (AKI) -- Chronic kidney disease -- References -- Chapter 15 Fluid therapy for hepatic failure -- Introduction -- Correction of intravascular volume deficits -- Cerebral dysfunction with liver failure -- Colloid therapy and abnormalities in hepatic‐derived proteins in liver failure -- Sodium abnormalities in hepatic failure -- Potassium abnormalities in horses with hepatic failure -- Abnormalities in glucose homeostasis with liver failure -- Intravenous nutritional support for hepatic failure -- Abnormalities in acid-base balance and hepatic disease -- References -- Chapter 16 Fluid therapy for gastrointestinal disease -- Catheter selection -- Fluid and electrolyte disorders in gastrointestinal disease -- Specific gastrointestinal disorders -- Colitis -- References -- Chapter 17 Fluid therapy and heart failure -- Introduction -- Heart failure -- Cardiac tamponade -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 18 Fluid therapy during neurologic disease -- Overview of fluid therapy in neurologic disease -- Specific conditions and treatment -- Spinal cord injury -- Traumatic brain injury -- References -- Chapter 19 Fluid therapy for muscle disorders -- Pathophysiology and complications of acute rhabdomyolysis -- Fluid therapy recommendations -- Summary.
References -- Chapter 20 Perioperative fluid therapy -- Introduction -- Preoperative considerations -- Perioperative catheter considerations -- Perioperative fluid administration -- Perioperative fluid monitoring -- Selected perioperative considerations -- Consequences of perioperative fluid balance -- Postoperative fluid considerations -- References -- Chapter 21 Enteral fluid therapy -- Most relevant physiologic aspects relative to EFT -- Indications for EFT -- Contraindications for EFT -- Decision to initiate EFT -- Instituting EFT -- Potential complications of EFT -- EFT in foals -- References -- Chapter 22 Fluid therapy for neonatal foals -- Unique aspects of fluid balance in neonatal foals -- Shock fluid therapy ("replacement") in the neonatal foal -- Development of a fluid plan -- Maintenance fluid therapy of the foal -- Electrolyte considerations with fluid therapy -- Fluid types available for use in foals -- Intravenous catheterization in foals -- Complications of fluid therapy -- References -- Section 3 Special topics -- Chapter 23 Blood and blood product transfusions in horses -- Indications for blood transfusion -- Indications for plasma product transfusion -- Indications for platelet transfusion -- Blood donor selection -- Pretransfusion testing -- Blood collection technique -- Blood and plasma processing -- Blood product administration -- Monitoring and adverse reactions -- References -- Chapter 24 Colloids -- Introduction -- Artificial colloids -- Colloid use in equine critical care -- Natural colloids -- References -- Chapter 25 Parenteral nutrition -- Introduction -- Parenteral nutrition theory -- Short‐term parenteral caloric support -- Parenteral nutrition components -- Parenteral nutrition formulation -- Indications for parenteral nutrition -- Administration of parenteral nutrition -- Insulin resistance.
Parenteral nutrition in foals -- Monitoring the foal receiving parenteral nutrition -- Parenteral nutrition in adult horses -- Monitoring of adult horses receiving parenteral nutrition -- Insulin therapy -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 26 Advanced hemodynamic monitoring -- Introduction -- Cardiac output measurement -- Derived parameters from cardiac output -- Tissue perfusion monitoring -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 27 Peritoneal dialysis -- Introduction -- Physiology of peritoneal dialysis -- Indications for peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Technical aspects of peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Patient monitoring -- Complications of peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Other considerations for horses undergoing peritoneal dialysis -- References -- Index -- EULA.
Summary: Equine Fluid Therapy is the first reference to draw equine-specific fluid therapy information together into a single, comprehensive resource. Offering current information unique to horses on the research and practice of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders, the book is designed to be clinically oriented yet thorough, providing detailed strategies tailored to equine practice. With information ranging from physiology and acid-base balance to fluid therapy for specific conditions, Equine Fluid Therapy covers fluid treatments in both adult horses and foals, highlighting the unique physiologic features, conditions, and differences in foals. Well-illustrated throughout, the book begins with an overview of the physiology of fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base, then moves into practical information including equipment, monitoring techniques, fluid choices, and potential complications. A final section offers chapters on blood transfusions, colloids, parenteral nutrition, and hemodynamic monitoring. Equine Fluid Therapy is an essential reference for equine practitioners, specialists, and researchers.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Preface -- Section 1 Physiology of fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base -- Chapter 1 Body water physiology -- Introduction -- Physiologic fluid spaces -- Concepts in fluid balance -- Osmolality -- Effective osmolality (tonicity) -- Colloid osmotic pressure -- Starling's law -- Fluid movement out of the vascular space -- Starling's law and fluid therapy -- Summary of tonicity and colloid osmotic pressure -- References -- Chapter 2 Sodium and water homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Sodium and water intake -- Sodium and water balance -- Serum sodium concentration -- Introduction to hyponatremia and hypernatremia -- Hyponatremia -- Clinical effects of hyponatremia -- Treatment of hyponatremia -- Hypernatremia -- Unique features of foals -- References -- Chapter 3 Potassium homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Potassium intake -- Potassium excretion -- Internal potassium balance: extracellular-intracellular shifting -- Hypokalemia -- Hyperkalemia -- Selected tests for potassium disorders -- Foals and potassium balance -- References -- Chapter 4 Chloride homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Chloride regulation in the gastrointestinal system -- Chloride regulation in the renal system -- Measurement of chloride -- Hypochloremia -- Hyperchloremia -- Foals -- References -- Chapter 5 Calcium homeostasis and derangements -- Physiology of calcium homeostasis -- Measurement of calcium and related parameters -- Hypercalcemia -- Hypocalcemia -- References -- Chapter 6 Magnesium homeostasis and derangements -- Chemistry -- Distribution of magnesium within the body -- Magnesium physiology -- Gastrointestinal absorption of magnesium -- Renal excretion and reabsorption of magnesium -- Magnesium requirements of horses -- Magnesium homeostasis.

Pathophysiology of hypomagnesemia and inflammation -- Hypomagnesemic equine patients: incidence and outcome -- Association of hypomagnesemia with hypokalemia -- Association of hypomagnesemia with hypocalcemia -- Association of magnesium and endotoxemia -- Association of magnesium and insulin resistance -- Experimental manipulation of dietary magnesium in horses -- Clinical signs and consequences of magnesium deficiency -- Brain injury and magnesium -- Diagnostic testing -- Treatment for hypomagnesemia -- Hypermagnesemia -- References -- Chapter 7 Phosphorus homeostasis and derangements -- Introduction -- Phosphorus distribution -- Phosphate functions -- Phosphate requirements, absorption, and excretion -- Phosphate homeostasis -- Phosphate disorders -- Hypophosphatemia -- Hyperphosphatemia -- References -- Chapter 8 Acid-base homeostasis and derangements -- Physiology of acid-base balance -- Interpretation of the acid-base balance -- Metabolic acidosis -- Metabolic alkalosis -- Respiratory alkalosis -- Mixed acid-base disorders -- Summary -- References -- Section 2 Fluid therapy -- Chapter 9 Preparation, supplies, and catheterization -- Introduction -- Intravenous catheter selection -- Location for catheter placement -- Patient characteristics affecting catheter selection -- Catheter placement -- Catheter maintenance -- Catheter complications -- References -- Chapter 10 Monitoring fluid therapy -- Physical examination findings -- Laboratory results -- Hemodynamic parameters -- Other parameters to monitor during fluid therapy -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 11 Fluid overload -- Introduction -- Risk factors for fluid overload -- Recognizing fluid overload -- Treatment of fluid overload -- Prognosis in fluid overload -- Prevention of fluid overload -- Neonatal foals -- References -- Chapter 12 Replacement fluids therapy in horses -- Introduction.

Background -- The TROL approach -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13 Maintenance fluid therapy in horses -- Introduction -- Fluid physiology of horses -- Maintenance water requirements of adult horses -- Electrolytes -- Candidates for maintenance fluid therapy -- Assessment of needs -- Monitoring techniques during maintenance fluid therapy -- Complications of maintenance fluid therapy -- Clinical applications of maintenance fluid therapy -- Discontinuation of fluid therapy -- Additives for maintenance fluid therapy -- References -- Chapter 14 Fluid therapy for renal failure -- Acute kidney injury (AKI) -- Chronic kidney disease -- References -- Chapter 15 Fluid therapy for hepatic failure -- Introduction -- Correction of intravascular volume deficits -- Cerebral dysfunction with liver failure -- Colloid therapy and abnormalities in hepatic‐derived proteins in liver failure -- Sodium abnormalities in hepatic failure -- Potassium abnormalities in horses with hepatic failure -- Abnormalities in glucose homeostasis with liver failure -- Intravenous nutritional support for hepatic failure -- Abnormalities in acid-base balance and hepatic disease -- References -- Chapter 16 Fluid therapy for gastrointestinal disease -- Catheter selection -- Fluid and electrolyte disorders in gastrointestinal disease -- Specific gastrointestinal disorders -- Colitis -- References -- Chapter 17 Fluid therapy and heart failure -- Introduction -- Heart failure -- Cardiac tamponade -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 18 Fluid therapy during neurologic disease -- Overview of fluid therapy in neurologic disease -- Specific conditions and treatment -- Spinal cord injury -- Traumatic brain injury -- References -- Chapter 19 Fluid therapy for muscle disorders -- Pathophysiology and complications of acute rhabdomyolysis -- Fluid therapy recommendations -- Summary.

References -- Chapter 20 Perioperative fluid therapy -- Introduction -- Preoperative considerations -- Perioperative catheter considerations -- Perioperative fluid administration -- Perioperative fluid monitoring -- Selected perioperative considerations -- Consequences of perioperative fluid balance -- Postoperative fluid considerations -- References -- Chapter 21 Enteral fluid therapy -- Most relevant physiologic aspects relative to EFT -- Indications for EFT -- Contraindications for EFT -- Decision to initiate EFT -- Instituting EFT -- Potential complications of EFT -- EFT in foals -- References -- Chapter 22 Fluid therapy for neonatal foals -- Unique aspects of fluid balance in neonatal foals -- Shock fluid therapy ("replacement") in the neonatal foal -- Development of a fluid plan -- Maintenance fluid therapy of the foal -- Electrolyte considerations with fluid therapy -- Fluid types available for use in foals -- Intravenous catheterization in foals -- Complications of fluid therapy -- References -- Section 3 Special topics -- Chapter 23 Blood and blood product transfusions in horses -- Indications for blood transfusion -- Indications for plasma product transfusion -- Indications for platelet transfusion -- Blood donor selection -- Pretransfusion testing -- Blood collection technique -- Blood and plasma processing -- Blood product administration -- Monitoring and adverse reactions -- References -- Chapter 24 Colloids -- Introduction -- Artificial colloids -- Colloid use in equine critical care -- Natural colloids -- References -- Chapter 25 Parenteral nutrition -- Introduction -- Parenteral nutrition theory -- Short‐term parenteral caloric support -- Parenteral nutrition components -- Parenteral nutrition formulation -- Indications for parenteral nutrition -- Administration of parenteral nutrition -- Insulin resistance.

Parenteral nutrition in foals -- Monitoring the foal receiving parenteral nutrition -- Parenteral nutrition in adult horses -- Monitoring of adult horses receiving parenteral nutrition -- Insulin therapy -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 26 Advanced hemodynamic monitoring -- Introduction -- Cardiac output measurement -- Derived parameters from cardiac output -- Tissue perfusion monitoring -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 27 Peritoneal dialysis -- Introduction -- Physiology of peritoneal dialysis -- Indications for peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Technical aspects of peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Patient monitoring -- Complications of peritoneal dialysis in horses -- Other considerations for horses undergoing peritoneal dialysis -- References -- Index -- EULA.

Equine Fluid Therapy is the first reference to draw equine-specific fluid therapy information together into a single, comprehensive resource. Offering current information unique to horses on the research and practice of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders, the book is designed to be clinically oriented yet thorough, providing detailed strategies tailored to equine practice. With information ranging from physiology and acid-base balance to fluid therapy for specific conditions, Equine Fluid Therapy covers fluid treatments in both adult horses and foals, highlighting the unique physiologic features, conditions, and differences in foals. Well-illustrated throughout, the book begins with an overview of the physiology of fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base, then moves into practical information including equipment, monitoring techniques, fluid choices, and potential complications. A final section offers chapters on blood transfusions, colloids, parenteral nutrition, and hemodynamic monitoring. Equine Fluid Therapy is an essential reference for equine practitioners, specialists, and researchers.

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