An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology.J. H. Sanderson and C. E. Phillips.
1981. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 473 pp. Blood: Atlas and Sourcebook of
Hematology, 2nd ed. C. T. Kapff ... Clinical Laboratory Animal Medicine: An
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Demonstrates how computers, logic controllers (PLCs) and programmable logic devices (PLDs) have in common the characteristics of being synchronous sequential systems, and differ with regard to modularity, design confidentiality and speed. The first section introduces logic controllers and makes the connection between digital electronics and PLCs. The second section is dedicated to PLDs and their use in designing PLCs. The final section considers PLCs and their applications, and PLC programming languages. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology. 1981. Sanderson JH, Phillips CE.
Oxford: Clar- endon Press. An Introduction to Comparative Pathology: A
Consideration of Some Reactions of Human and Animal Tissues to Injurious
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
A respected resource for decades, the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals has been updated by a committee of experts, taking into consideration input from the scientific and laboratory animal communities and the public at large. The Guide incorporates new scientific information on common laboratory animals, including aquatic species, and includes extensive references. It is organized around major components of animal use: Key concepts of animal care and use. The Guide sets the framework for the humane care and use of laboratory animals. Animal care and use program. The Guide discusses the concept of a broad Program of Animal Care and Use, including roles and responsibilities of the Institutional Official, Attending Veterinarian and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Animal environment, husbandry, and management. A chapter on this topic is now divided into sections on terrestrial and aquatic animals and provides recommendations for housing and environment, husbandry, behavioral and population management, and more. Veterinary care. The Guide discusses veterinary care and the responsibilities of the Attending Veterinarian. It includes recommendations on animal procurement and transportation, preventive medicine (including animal biosecurity), and clinical care and management. The Guide addresses distress and pain recognition and relief, and issues surrounding euthanasia. Physical plant. The Guide identifies design issues, providing construction guidelines for functional areas; considerations such as drainage, vibration and noise control, and environmental monitoring; and specialized facilities for animal housing and research needs. The Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals provides a framework for the judgments required in the management of animal facilities. This updated and expanded resource of proven value will be important to scientists and researchers, veterinarians, animal care personnel, facilities managers, institutional administrators, policy makers involved in research issues, and animal welfare advocates.
New York: Academic Press. Sanderson JH, Phillips CE. 1981. An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 473. Scalia
M, Geremia E, Corsaro C, et al. 1988. The extracutaneous pigmentary system:
Author: Terry Campbell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Exotic Animal Hematology and Cytology, Fourth Edition updates the most comprehensive reference available on exotic animal hematology and cytology of all major species. Acts as both an atlas and a text, offering high-quality photographs and step-by-step descriptions of techniques associated with preparing and interpreting hematology and cytology samples Presents complete information on hematology and cytology in a wide range of exotic species, including small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish Includes more than 700 high-quality color photographs, now with sizing bars Takes a new disease-based structure for improved ease of use Provides straightforward step-by-step descriptions of sample preparation and interpretation
Dr Christine M Hawkey (1931–2008) Haematology is an important component of
clinical laboratory diagnosis and plays a prominent role in differential diagnosis,
in monitoring the progress of therapeutic protocols and in providing an educated
Author: Jaime Samour
Publisher: CRC Press
This revised, updated and expanded edition of Christine Hawkey’s A Colour Atlas of Comparative Veterinary Haematology is bursting with high-quality images to aid identification of blood cells and haemoparasites in the different species commonly seen in private practice and zoological collections. It will assist veterinarians in the identification of normal and abnormal blood cells and in understanding the structural differences of blood cells between the various taxa within the Animal Kingdom. With the help of this guide, readers will be able to understand haemoresponses in the presence of specific and non-specific disease processes and identify haemoparasites commonly seen in blood films from wild and exotic animals. This impressively illustrated comparative haematology atlas is unrivalled in its scope, quality and accuracy. It is a must-have for veterinary students, veterinary surgeons working in general and referral veterinary clinical practices, clinicians working in zoological collections and specialists in exotic animal medicine.
Hardbound. The use of animals for research objectives should be justified only under a set of strict guidelines.
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Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited
Hardbound. The use of animals for research objectives should be justified only under a set of strict guidelines. Persons involved in biomedical investigations must be competent. Although the requirements for practical training are being regulated to meet these demands in several countries, most courses are at a basic level and fail to deal with more detailed issues in their respective fields. There is a need to develop opportunities for more advanced training. Additionally, the literature has tremendous gaps, which must be filled by special research projects. The emphasis of the atlas is placed on providing researchers with effective and practical information on discrimination of cellar morphology in rat hematology. The rat has, in the past and currently, been a major contributor to the advancement of biological science. It is an excellent species for research because its reactions are predictable, and it is readily available and easy to handle.The thr
The Principles of Humane Experimental Technique . Universities Federation for
Animal Welfare , Potters Bar , UK . Sanderson , J. H. and Phillips , C. E. ( 1982 ) . An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology , Oxford University Press , Oxford .
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The First Edition was published shortly after the 1986 UK Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act came into effect. This thoroughly revised and updated Second Edition reflects the changes and developments which have occurred during the past seven years. Laboratory Animals covers in detail all the major procedures an experimenter needs to know in order to produce worthwhile and reliable studies using laboratory animals within the scope of current legislative requirements. Key issues in the First Edition, such as handling, feeding, housing, dosing, anaesthesia and surgery, are still equally important today and receive thorough coverage. However, there has been a significant increase in concern over issues such as experimental design, ethical issues, animal welfare, and the use of alternative non-animal procedures. These areas have been incorporated into this Second Edition. Laboratory Animals provides complete information, written by experts, for those new to the field, while at the same time serving as a valuable reference for those already engaged in this work.
Reagan WJ , Sanders TG , DeNicola DB : Veterinary Hematology Atlas of
Common Domestic Species . Ames , Iowa State University Press , 1998 . Willard
MD , Tvedten H , Turnwald GH : Small Animal Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory ...
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Accompanying CD-ROM contains all of ... "the figures of the book, plus 62 additional figures not included in the printed text."--Advertising flyer.
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New York : John Wiley and Sons . 591 pp . Animals for Research : Principles of
Breeding and Management . W . Lane - Petter , ed . 1963 . New York : Academic
Press . 531 pp . An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology . J . H . Sanderson ...
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.). Committee on Care and Use of Laboratory Animals
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Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals 1 . Canadian Council ... The
use of lignocaine - prilocaine local anaesthetic cream for pain - free
venepuncture in laboratory animals . ... An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology . Oxford ...
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of animals and man comparatively and a good working knowledge of
background biological variation in the response of laboratory animals to ...
Articles on laboratory animal haematology may also be found in the standard
medicine , pathology , veterinary and toxicology ... 1975 ) , Comparative Clinical
Haematology ( Archer and Jeffcott , 1977 ) and Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology ( Sanderson ...
Author: W. Roy Pickering
The first of three sections details information necessary at each stage of pharmaceutical work from discovery, development, assessment, to final public release, concluding with an account of the work which continues after the product is released and the use of information thus gathered. The second s
Rowsell , H. C. , and Mustard , J. F. , 1963 , Blood coagulation in some common
laboratory animals , Lab . Anim . Care 13 ... Sanderson , J. H. , and Phillips , C. E.
, 1981 , An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology , Clarendon Press , Oxford .
Author: Jessica H. Lewis
The author examines hemostasis in animals from all seven major vertebrate classes. Her research provides unique insights into the phylogenetic development of the various phases and components of hemostasis. This monograph is a valuable reference for students, researchers, and teachers of biology, zoology, veterinary science, and human medicine.
My background is in diagnostic laboratory medicine, including hematology, of
mainly individuals of the common domestic animals, dogs, cats and horses in
university and private veterinary hospitals. University and private veterinary
Author: Clifford Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A vital resource on blood and bone marrow cell morphology in laboratory animal medicine. This fully revised new edition is an essential reference for clinical pathologists in diagnostic laboratories, and medical or veterinary research. The atlas contains over 400 color images of cells from the peripheral blood and bone marrow from a variety of animals encountered in laboratory animal medicine, in health and disease. Key features: New chapter on flow cytometry and its application in terms of routine analyses as a means of identifying abnormalities in cell marker expression, which is of particular relevance for pre-clinical safety assessment Covers the most recent developments in laboratory animal hematology, including parameters measured by the latest generation of analyzers Coverage of a wide range of laboratory animal species, as well as those used in clinical veterinary trials Photomicrographs present normal and abnormal blood cells from a variety of hematological conditions along with descriptive text
Payne BJ , Lewis HB , Murchison TE , Hart EA : Hematology of laboratory animals
. In Handbook ... An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Hematology . Oxford ... Hawkey
CM , Dennett TB : Color Atlas of Comparative Veterinary Hematology . Ames , IA
Author: G. Richard Lee
V.1. Introduction. Normal hematopoietic system. Disorders of red cells. v.2. Di sorders of hemostasis and coagulation. Nonmalignant disorders characterized by adenopathy, splenomegaly, and / or abnormalities of leukocytes or immunoglobuli ns. Malignant neoplastic disorders of the hematopoietic system.
1983. 48.50 ( ISBN 0-87527239-8 ) . Green Atlas of Gross Neurosurgical
Pathology . ... Atlas of Hematology of the Dog & Cat . Peter D. Keller & Ullrich D.
... U of Minn Pr . Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology . J. H. Sanderson &
The only other comparable work of recent origin is “ An atlas of laboratory animal haematology " by J.H. Sanderson and C.E. Phillips ( 1981 ; see VB 52 , abst .
5233 ) . 697 WEISER , M. G .; KOCIBA , G. J. Sequential changes in erythrocyte ...
In " Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science " ( E . C . Melby , J . R . , and N . H .
Altman , eds . ) , pp . ... In “ The Clinical Chemistry of Laboratory Animals " ( W . F .
Loeb and F . W . Quimby , eds . ) ... An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology .
Author: Patrick J. Manning
After nearly 20 years, the publication of this Second Edition of The Biology of the Laboratory Rabbit attests to its popularity within the scientific community as well as to the need to update an expanding database on the rabbit as a major species in laboratory investigation. The principal aim of this text is to provide a comprehensive and authoritative source of scientifically based information on a major laboratory animal species. The text continues to emphasize the normal biology as well as diseases of the European (domestic) rabbit, Orytolagus cuniculus , especially the New Zealand White breed, with occasional reference to other rabbit species ( Sylvilagus sp. ) and hares ( Lepus sp. ). New topics have been added to this second edition in response to changing trends in biomedical research and product testing as well as to suggestions from readers.
AN ATLAS OF LABORATORY ANIMAL HAEMATOLOGY An excellent reference
book , this atlas was designed to be used ... It is specifically for animal
hematology and contains , wherever possible , full numerical data on the species
Bone Marrow Biopsies Updated (Current Studies in Hematology A Blood
Transfusion: No. 50). ... Hall, Roger A Malia, Robert G. Medical Laboratory
Haematology. ... J. H. A Phillips, Christine E. An Atlas of Laboratory Animal Haematology.
Bush BM: Interpretation of laboratory results for small animal clinicians, London,
1991, Blackwell. Campbell ... Harvey JW: Atlas of veterinary hematology: blood
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Author: Monica M. Tighe
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Mosby's Comprehensive Review for Veterinary Technicians, 3rd edition introduces and reviews the material in each of your veterinary technology courses. Key topics ranging from basic and clinical science, diagnostics and applications, to professional practices and issues are presented in a user-friendly outline format that is ideal whether you're a new student or you're reviewing for your certification exams. This title includes additional digital media when purchased in print format. For this digital book edition, media content is not included. Comprehensive coverage of veterinary technology spans basic and clinical sciences, applications, patient management, nursing, nutrition, anesthesia and pharmacology, as well as personal, practice and professional management skills - everything you need for both the U.S. and Canadian certification exams. Care of large animals, birds, reptiles and laboratory animals, in addition to cats and dogs, is included. Chapter outlines, learning outcomes and expanded glossaries help you comprehend and retain essential material. Summary tables are ideal for reference or review. Review questions at the end of each chapter, in addition to a 300-question comprehensive review exam, test and reinforce your knowledge of veterinary technology. Six appendixes ensure crucial resources are always at your fingertips. State-of-the-art Alternative Imaging Technology chapter discusses computed tomography and nuclear scintigraphy to complement ultrasound technology. Enhanced content highlights vet tech responsibilities in genetics, small animal nursing, veterinary dentistry, zoonoses, breeding/reproduction, neonatal care, and much more. Small animal nursing instruction now includes dermatology, auricular treatments and ophthalmology. Extended pharmacology coverage features pain management. Personal and practice management skills include expanded OSHA/WHMIS guidelines and ethics discussions.