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SUMMARY Æ Formulary for Laboratory Animals This revised edition is a must have for any veterinarian or technician who treats lab animals or pocket pets Designed to fit in a lab coat pocket the second edition is muchcomprehensive than the first Seven hundreddrug dosages and new drugs have been addedthan doubling the content of the previous edition A new chapter on allometric scaling of drug dosages is included which truly makes this reference an all in one source of information This formulary continues to be referenced within the five groups of drugs analgesics anaesthetics anti infectives parasiticides and miscellane.READ ☆ SAGOLFBIDDER.CO.ZA Í C Terrance Hawk
SUMMARY Æ Formulary for Laboratory Animals Ous drugs The authors have also added four new tables of information to this edition in addition to the eight previously included Drug dosages are given for all the commonly used laboratory animals and each dose is referenced Warnings are given on the side effects of drugs in certain species The formulary is arranged using chemical names of drugs but some trade names are used for drug combinations to direct the reader to the appropriate chemical names The range of species in this new edition makes it an invaluable resource for today s diverse veterinary practice In addition.
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SUMMARY Æ Formulary for Laboratory Animals To rodents there are dosages given for nonhuman primates fish birds amphibians reptiles dogs cats ferrets and farm animalsDesigned to fit in a lab coat pocket Formulary for Laboratory Animals is a uick reference for veterinarians and lab technicians For easy reference the book is sectioned into five main groups of drugs based on pharmacologic activity The second edition promises to be muchcomprehensive than the first with drug dosages and new drugs about %content A chapter on allometric scaling of drugs dosages is another major addition to this one stop source of information.
- Formulary for Laboratory Animals
- C Terrance Hawk
- 03 May 2020