Translating Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Data into Practice
The Educated Guess: Determining Drug Doses in Exotic Animals Using Evidence-Based Medicine
Compounding and Extralabel Use of Drugs in Exotic Animal Medicine
Overview of Drug Delivery Methods in Exotics, Including Their Anatomic
and Physiologic Considerations
Low-Stress Medication Techniques in Birds and Small Mammals
Techniques for Monitoring Drug Efficacy
Group Treatment Strategies for Animals in a Zoologic Setting
Considerations for Treatment of Large Zoologic Collections: Fish
Therapeutic Contraindications in Exotic Pets
Prudent Use of Antimicrobials in Exotic Animal Medicine
Antifungal Therapy in Birds: Old Drugs in a New Jacket
Avian Vaccination: Current Options and Strategies
Cardiovascular Drugs in Avian, Small Mammal, and Reptile Medicine
Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone Agonists and Other Contraceptive Medications in Exotic Companion Animals
Update on Cancer Treatment in Exotics
Nontraditional Therapies (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Chiropractic) in Exotic Animals
This issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice focuses on Therapeutics, with topics including: Metabolic scaling and other methods used to extrapolate drug dosages for exotics; Update on antiviral therapies in birds; Multiresistant bacteria in exotic animal medicine: fact or faux?; Emergency drugs and fluid therapy in exotics; Guidelines for treatment of toxicities in exotic animals; Nutraceuticals in exotic animal medicine; Pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics modelling of analgesic drugs; Psychoactive drugs in avian medicine; Cardiovascular drugs in avian and small mammal medicine; Gastrointestinal drugs in small mammal medicine; Update on cancer treatment in exotics; Drug delivery methods with emphasis on low stress handling while medicating exotic animal; and Compounding and extra-label use of drugs in exotic animal medicine.
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