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Suturing principles and techniques in laboratory animal surgery : manual and DVD / John J. Bogdanske ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Bogdanske, John J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2013Description: xviii, 105 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm. + 1 DVD (4 3/4 in).ISBN: 9781466553439 (softcover : alk. paper); 146655343X (softcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Laboratory animals -- Surgery | Laboratory animals -- Diseases | Veterinary traumatology | Veterinary surgery | Surgery, Veterinary -- methods | Suture Techniques -- veterinary | Animals, Laboratory -- surgery | Sutures -- veterinary | Wounds and Injuries -- surgery | Wounds and Injuries -- veterinaryDDC classification: 636.089/79178
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.instrumentation -- introduction -- needle holder -- tissue forceps -- operating scissors -- scalpel handle -- blade -- work cited -- 2.needle types -- introduction -- needle components -- The Eye -- The Body -- The Point -- work cited -- suggested reading -- 3.suture material -- suture selection -- suture types -- Monofilament and Multifilament -- Absorbable and Nonabsorbable -- the package -- principles to remember when choosing suture -- suggested reading -- 4.suture pattern descriptions and DVD narration -- pattern: square knot/suture knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: surgeon's knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: simple interrupted -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: simple continuous -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: Ford interlocking or lockstitch -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: cruciate -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: interrupted horizontal mattress -- Principal Use --
Contents note continued: Description -- pattern: continuous horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: subcuticular -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: skin staples -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: skin staples---removal -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern or technique: suture ligation -- Principal Use -- Description -- 5.suture patterns: handouts -- square knot/suture knot -- Principal use -- Description -- Procedure -- surgeon's knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- simple interrupted -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- simple continuous -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- Ford interlocking or lockstitch -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- cruciate -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- interrupted horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- continuous horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- subcuticular --
Contents note continued: Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- skin staples -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- skin staples: removal -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- 6.study breaks: DVD narration -- 7.suture considerations for exotics and other species -- introduction -- rabbit -- ferret -- birds -- reptiles and amphibians -- fish -- works cited. 520 $a "Regardless of how a wound occurs, it represents a disruption of normal tissue, and when a wound cannot heal by itself, a method must be employed to provide the wounded tissue with strength and stability until it heals. The most common methods used for this purpose are sutures, staples, and tissue glue. Whether you are an experienced surgeon, instructor, trainer, or beginning technician, this book can be used to introduce the materials and instruments required for suturing. These topics are covered: instrumentation; needle types and applications; suture material, packaging and applications. Additionally, various suture patterns and associated principles for proper knot tying are thoroughly covered, including step-by-step descriptions"--Provided by publisher.
Summary: "Regardless of how a wound occurs, it represents a disruption of normal tissue, and when a wound cannot heal by itself, a method must be employed to provide the wounded tissue with strength and stability until it heals. The most common methods used for this purpose are sutures, staples, and tissue glue. Whether you are an experienced surgeon, instructor, trainer, or beginning technician, this book can be used to introduce the materials and instruments required for suturing. These topics are covered: instrumentation; needle types and applications; suture material, packaging and applications. Additionally, various suture patterns and associated principles for proper knot tying are thoroughly covered, including step-by-step descriptions"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.instrumentation -- introduction -- needle holder -- tissue forceps -- operating scissors -- scalpel handle -- blade -- work cited -- 2.needle types -- introduction -- needle components -- The Eye -- The Body -- The Point -- work cited -- suggested reading -- 3.suture material -- suture selection -- suture types -- Monofilament and Multifilament -- Absorbable and Nonabsorbable -- the package -- principles to remember when choosing suture -- suggested reading -- 4.suture pattern descriptions and DVD narration -- pattern: square knot/suture knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: surgeon's knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: simple interrupted -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: simple continuous -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: Ford interlocking or lockstitch -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: cruciate -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: interrupted horizontal mattress -- Principal Use --

Contents note continued: Description -- pattern: continuous horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: subcuticular -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: skin staples -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern: skin staples---removal -- Principal Use -- Description -- pattern or technique: suture ligation -- Principal Use -- Description -- 5.suture patterns: handouts -- square knot/suture knot -- Principal use -- Description -- Procedure -- surgeon's knot -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- simple interrupted -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- simple continuous -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- Ford interlocking or lockstitch -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- cruciate -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- interrupted horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- continuous horizontal mattress -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- subcuticular --

Contents note continued: Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- skin staples -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- skin staples: removal -- Principal Use -- Description -- Procedure -- 6.study breaks: DVD narration -- 7.suture considerations for exotics and other species -- introduction -- rabbit -- ferret -- birds -- reptiles and amphibians -- fish -- works cited. 520 $a "Regardless of how a wound occurs, it represents a disruption of normal tissue, and when a wound cannot heal by itself, a method must be employed to provide the wounded tissue with strength and stability until it heals. The most common methods used for this purpose are sutures, staples, and tissue glue. Whether you are an experienced surgeon, instructor, trainer, or beginning technician, this book can be used to introduce the materials and instruments required for suturing. These topics are covered: instrumentation; needle types and applications; suture material, packaging and applications. Additionally, various suture patterns and associated principles for proper knot tying are thoroughly covered, including step-by-step descriptions"--Provided by publisher.

"Regardless of how a wound occurs, it represents a disruption of normal tissue, and when a wound cannot heal by itself, a method must be employed to provide the wounded tissue with strength and stability until it heals. The most common methods used for this purpose are sutures, staples, and tissue glue. Whether you are an experienced surgeon, instructor, trainer, or beginning technician, this book can be used to introduce the materials and instruments required for suturing. These topics are covered: instrumentation; needle types and applications; suture material, packaging and applications. Additionally, various suture patterns and associated principles for proper knot tying are thoroughly covered, including step-by-step descriptions"--Provided by publisher.

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