An excellent resource on toxicoses for veterinary students, practitioners, agriculturalists, diagnostic laboratories and libraries
Written for New Zealanders, this third edition of Veterinary Clinical Toxicology is updated with the latest references, new toxicities and an expanded section of poisonous plant plates in colour. Practical, and clinically orientated, its information is structured to assist the practitioner in readily making a diagnosis and treating toxicities, with a well-researched guide and readily sourced references.
‘Veterinary Clinical Toxiciology is an essential reference for veterinarians and students alike. The format, which allows assessment of hazards such as poisonous plants, minerals and chemicals, includes lists of agents, comparative toxicology and plates of poisonous plants. It is well organised and easy to read.’ Dr John Kunkel, Faculty Emeritus, University of Vermont, USA
Emeritus Professor Neil Bruère was previously Professor of Veterinary Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology and formerly Head of Department, Veterinary Sciences, Massey University
Kathleen Parton is a senior lecturer in pharmacology and toxicology in the School of Veterinary Science at Massey University