New PDF release: Birds of Prey: Health & Disease, Third Edition

ISBN-10: 0470752319

ISBN-13: 9780470752319

ISBN-10: 0632051159

ISBN-13: 9780632051151

Content material:
Chapter 1 creation ? The background of Raptor drugs (pages 1–8):
Chapter 2 Nomenclature (pages 9–12):
Chapter three Anatomy (pages 13–27): P. Zucca
Chapter four equipment of research and therapy (pages 28–70):
Chapter five Non?Infectious illnesses (pages 71–83):
Chapter 6 Infectious illnesses, except for Macroparasites (pages 84–104):
Chapter 7 Parasitic ailments (pages 105–120): O. Krone and J. E. Cooper
Chapter eight Foot stipulations (pages 121–131):
Chapter nine Neurological (Nervous) problems (pages 132–142):
Chapter 10 dietary illnesses, together with Poisoning, in Captive Birds (pages 143–162):
Chapter eleven Poisoning in Wild (Free?Living) Raptors (pages 163–170): D. B. Peakall
Chapter 12 Anaesthesia and surgical procedure (pages 171–184):
Chapter thirteen Miscellaneous and rising ailments (pages 185–216):
Chapter 14 illnesses in Wild (Free?Living) chook Populations (pages 217–234): I. Newton
Chapter 15 dialogue and Conclusions (pages 235–238):

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Such rules may appear tiresome but in the long run they benefit the bird and the client – for example, by reducing the need for investigations to be unnecessarily repeated and by avoiding potentially dangerous interaction of drugs. Nowadays it is standard for a client to be asked to sign consent forms before examination and treatment of his/her animal. This may also authorise the giving of an anaesthetic and surgical procedures but in no way reduces the professional responsibilities of the veterinary surgeon.

Approximate figures for falcons are 200–350 beats per minute. Heart rate increases significantly during handling. Data on ‘normal’ heart rate in a captive red-tailed hawk were given by Busch et al. (1984): it is surprising that so few other studies have been reported. AIDS TO CLINICAL INVESTIGATION In addition to the above standard clinical examination, a number of aids are available. The stethoscope has been mentioned. Other techniques range from the passing of a piece of tubing down the oesophagus or the oral administration of carmine powder (to assess patency and gut transit time) to the use of a clinical thermometer, electrocardiography, ophthalmoscopy and imaging such as radiography or ultrasonography.

In general, wings of birds of prey can be divided into two categories: those in the first category are pointed, fast-flight wings with high wing-loading typical of those species that swoop down on their prey at great speed while those in the second are soaring wings with low wing-loading and broad tails which enable the raptors to hover for hours with little effort. The wings of hawks and harriers fall into an intermediate group because their wings are quite broad with rounded tips, which allows them to pursue their prey in woodlands (Fig.

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