Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy,Volume 10

Edited by Eric R. Miller, DVM, DACZM, DECZM (Hon. - ZHM, Nadine Lamberski, DVM, DACZM, DECZM (ZHM) and Paul P Calle, VMD, DACZM, DECZM (ZHM)
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Author Information Edited by Eric R. Miller, DVM, DACZM, DECZM (Hon. - ZHM, Director Emeritus, Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Institute Senior Counsel, Zoo Advisors 146 Schupp Lane Union, MO 63084 United States ; Nadine Lamberski, DVM, DACZM, DECZM (ZHM), Chief Animal Health Officer San Diego Zoo Global 15500 San Pasqual Valley Road Escondido, CA 92027-7017 United States and Paul P Calle, VMD, DACZM, DECZM (ZHM), WCS Vice President for Health Programs Chief Veterinarian Director, Zoological Health Program Wildlife Conservation Society 2300 Southern Blvd. Bronx, NY 10460-1099 United States
Table of Content
  1. Leadership
  2. Update
  3. Risk-based quarantine
  4. Training programs in SE Asia
  5. Transferring veterinary techniques via training in developing countries
  6. Development of a regional wildlife health surveillance system
  7. Zoo and wildlife veterinarians as organizational leaders
  8. Diversity and Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians
  9. Palm oil and wildlife health
  10. Alternatives to Annual Preventive Medical Examinations
  11. Application of pressure-sensitive walkway and gait analysis for lameness detection in zoo animals
  12. Use of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in zoo animal organs
  13. Use of ZIMS mega data
  14. ZIMS contributions to physical norms
  15. Recommendations for reintroductions
  16. Risk mitigation in reptile reintroducation programs
  17. Children's Zoo medicine and management
  18. Monitoring zoonoses
  19. Research study design
  20. Statistics for zoo and wildlife veterinarians
  21. Policy cooperation
  22. Geriatric Medicine
  23. Physical therapy for rehabilitating zoo animals
  24. Use of bio-loggers in wildlife medicine
  25. Common errors in understanding of tetrapod phylogeny
  26. End of Life decision processes
  27. Allometric monitoring of animal stress levels
  28. Designing an animal welfare questionnaire
  29. Review of animal welfare guidelines for zoos
  30. Veterinarians and the AZA Animal Welfare Guidelines
  31. Selected aspects of the Veterinary perspective on the implementation of zoo animal welfare
  32. An inexpensive way to monitor zoo animal welfare
  33. Complementary therapies for zoo medicine
  34. Approach to Orthopedic Surgery in Zoo Animals
  35. Approach to Minimal Invasive Surgery in Zoo Animals
  36. Pharmacokinetics
  37. Anesthesia monitoring
  38. Advantages of isofluorane vs. Sevofluorane
  39. Thiafentanil update
  40. Newer anesthetic combinations
  41. Use of local anesthesia in zoo species
  42. Avian analgesia
  43. Use of anxiolytics in zoo ruminants
  44. Anesthesia and hoof care
  45. Walkway to measure penguin gaits
  46. Use of radioisotopes to monitor feeding habits
  47. Effects of MRI on sea turtles and other species
  48. Use of Australian zoos and rehab centers to monitor for emerging diseases
  49. Development of a diagnostics lab in a developing country
  50. Infectious and parasitic diseases / emerging diseases
  51. CD in unusual species
  52. Cowpox in new species
  53. Yersinia in zoos
  54. Noninvasive monitoring of herpes viruses
  55. Hookworms and wildlife
  56. Migratory birds, tick-borne diseases and a changing climate
  57. Vaccination against TB
  58. Nipah virus
  59. Widespread disease in many species
  60. Integrated parasite management
  61. Larval drug sensitivity
  62. Brucella ceti in marine mammals
  63. Overview of Cl perfringens in zoo animals
  64. Leprosy as an emerging disease
  65. African Sine Fever
  66. Echinococcosis in zoo animals and wildlife
  67. One Health in the Arctic
  68. Effects of invasive Burmese pythons on the Everglades virus
  69. Yellow fever in South American primages
  70. Climate change in increasing wildlife and zoonotic infections in the Arctic
  71. Circumpolar Health
  72. Echinococcosis
  73. Development of an oral vaccine for white-nose disease in bats
  74. Semen banking for zoo vets
  75. Obstetrics & Gynecology in Zoo Mammals
  76. Assisted reproduction in reptiles
  77. Challenges in babirusa reproduction
  78. Pharmacology in invertebrates
  79. Staghorn coral reproduction
  80. Aquatic invertebrate medicine
  81. Antibiotic resistance in aquariums
  82. Assisted reproduction in endangered fish
  83. Fish neoplasia
  84. Fish medicine updates
  85. Harmful algal blooms
  86. Cane toad biology and eradication
  87. Veterinary input into amphibian Conservation programs
  88. Ultrasound of olmsteads
  89. Bd in salamanders
  90. Amphibian nutrition
  91. Amphibian pathology
  92. Medical aspects of a yellow-legged frog reintroduction
  93. Parannizziopsis australiensis in tuataras
  94. Snake implants techniques and safety
  95. Sea turtle topic
  96. Medical issues with Komodo dragons
  97. The effect of plastics (BPA, etc.) On reptile reproduction
  98. Effects of plastic contaminants on sea turtles
  99. New methods of reptile health assessment
  100. Parasites
  101. Current topics in reptile virology
  102. Sea turtle cold stunning
  103. Sea turtle rehabilitation
  104. Detection of Intranuclear Coccidiosis in turtles
  105. Firlavirus in reptiles
  106. Veterinary management of European pond turtle reintroductions
  107. Avian influenza
  108. Hemoparasites in raptors
  109. Veterinary input into sage grouse reintroductions
  110. Update on the status of vultures and NSAID regulations
  111. California condor program
  112. Pelican health
  113. Animal welfare and birds
  114. Bird flu in Asia Boripat
  115. Current thoughts on epidemiology of avian TB
  116. Avian analgesia
  117. Use of IV regional perfusion for treatment of avian foot infections
  118. Infectious diseases of Antarctic penguins - current and future threats
  119. Current thoughts on epidemiology of avian mycobacteriosis
  120. Avian neoplasia
  121. Philornis downsi and related species in birds
  122. African ground hornbill medicine
  123. Echidna nutrition
  124. Koala mortality
  125. Update on lumpyjaw in kangaroos
  126. Pangolin medicine
  127. Wildlife Reserves
  128. Pangolin confiscation medicine
  129. Medicine of giant armadillos
  130. Bat anesthesia
  131. Wildlife Trust
  132. Cardiomyopathy in fruit bats
  133. Small mammal
  134. Callitrichid preventive and general medicine
  135. IV anesthesia in great apes
  136. Training great apes for cardiac and physical exams
  137. Evaluation of the cause of death of gorillas in zoos
  138. Prosimian morbidity and mortality
  139. Veterinary Management of an orangutan rehabilitation center
  140. Granby gorilla, spider monkey, Callitrichid HSV1
  141. Orangutan respiratory disease
  142. Yellow fever and primates
  143. Ecology of brucellosis in Arctic carnivores
  144. Management of Persian leopards
  145. Treatment of alopecia in Andean bears
  146. Cheetah liver disease diagnosis and treatment update
  147. Medicine of fossa (or seasonal dermatopathy in Fossa)
  148. Instituting a rabies control program in Ethiopia
  149. Veterinary medicine in the rehab of "dancing" bears in India
  150. Polar bear SSP Research program
  151. Black footed ferret program
  152. Maned wolf
  153. Arthritis in big cats
  154. Urine as a monitor of large carnivore health
  155. Mystic Aquarium Marine
  156. Dugong medicine
  157. Large whale euthanasia
  158. What can be learned from marine mammal strandings?
  159. Dolphin urolithiasis
  160. Sea otter
  161. Dental issues in marine mammals
  162. Dolphin lungworms
  163. Brucella in marine mammals
  164. Giraffe contraception
  165. Giraffe skin disease
  166. Pigmy hippo
  167. Wildlife/livestock interface in Kenya
  168. Ruminant intensive care
  169. TB in wild cape buffalo
  170. Lameness diagnosis in hoofstock
  171. Takin disease
  172. Giraffe foot problems
  173. Game farm management of white rhinoceroses
  174. Rhinoceros birth parameters
  175. Browsing rhinoceroses and iron storage disease - an update
  176. Care for orphaned rhinoceroses
  177. White rhino diet-induced infertility
  178. Enteroliths in equids
  179. Tapir disease update
  180. Development of an oral speculum for elephants
  181. EEHV diagnosis update
  182. Update on EEHV in Asia
  183. Use of corrective shoes in elephants
  184. Vital signs and parameters for newborn elephants
  185. AI in elephants
  186. Tusk fractures
  187. Elephant foot health and sand substrate
  188. Recommendations for elephant herds
  189. Proteome
  190. Micribiome
  191. Metabolomics
  192. Madagascar
Publication Date 06-09-2022
Pages 784
Trim 276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)
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