Steven m fox 158 pages paperback gbp4499 crc press 2016 isbn 978 149874 935 0 osteoarthritis is the most common cause of lameness seen in small animal practice and is the inevitable sequelae to joint injury or disease although no easy fix exists there are numerous options available to assist in the ongoing management of this condition. Multimodal management of canine osteoarthritis second edition takes an evidence based approach to the canine patient with osteoarthritis pursuing the objective of the best available medicine by a variety of means multiple drugs agents adjuncts and delivery methods appreciating that surgical intervention may initially be required particularly for stabilizing a joint the major focus in this work is the conservative management of osteoarthritis a clear and visual approach is taken with . Episode 11 multimodal management of canine osteoarthritis september 8 2020 dvm360 staff in this episode of the vet blast podcast dr michael jaffe outlines the nonpharmaceutical measures that can and should be used to manage canine osteoarthritis michael h jaffe dvm ms dacvs an associate professor of small animal surgery at mississippi . Multimodal management of canine osteoarthritis regenerative therapies which are becoming readily available and commonly used in clinical practice references are provided to support the presented material however i think the book would benefit from a more detailed discussion of when regenerative therapy is appropriate my fear is that without better guidance these relatively new and
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