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Default Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat , Revised Reprint (Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat)

This indispensable resource explores the diagnosis and treatment of canine and feline infectious diseases.
Disease coverage includes those caused by viruses, rickettsiae, chlamydias, mycoplasmas, bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, and unknown agents. Each disease is accompanied by discussions of diagnostic testing, indications and methods for sample collection and laboratory submission, interpretation of results, and performance of in-office diagnostic procedures. The book includes indications and pharmacologic considerations of antimicrobials used to treat various infections, with coverage of the clinical problems related to infectious diseases, such as environmental control of infections, immunodeficiency disorders, prevention of infection in communal environments, immunocompromised people and pets, and immunization. Also features a complete antimicrobial drug formulary, drug dosage tables, prescribing information, immunization recommendations, and a list of product manufacturers.
Customer Review: Greene's Infectious Diseases
As a vet student, I purchased this for a small animal medicine course, but have used it for almost all of my classes. It would be an invaluable reference for the small animal practitioner or vet student and, in my opinion, is the most complete source for information of infectious diseases of small animals currently available.

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