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Reptile Clinician's Handbook: A Compact Clinical and Surgical Reference [Spiral-bound]

Fredric L. Frye
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July 1995 0894649485 978-0894649486 New edition
This pocket-sized, spiral bound book is designed as a quick-reference guide for use in the field by the veterinary clinician or professional herpetologist. It contains information from Dr Frye's 2-volume set, including practical techniques for examination, specimen collection, laboratory processing, and comparative biological data for a wide variety of reptiles. Features include: a formulary of drug dosages; conversion tables; surgical techniques; and a quick reference guide.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Very sad June 1 2002
Format:Spiral-bound
The book is very basic and filled with alot of useless information. Also about 8 of the pages were completely blank. Someone was asleep during printing. As for the title clinician's handbook, well to be honest I found the same information in books such as guides for first time owners. I was looking for dose rates and more information on protozoa and parasites for my breeding colony. I found nothing in it. There was some information on bloodwork but not alot. Most of the information was on food values for iguanas. I dont have iguanas. Dont bother and waste your time on this book. You will better information if you get a "Reptiles" magazine.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Very sad June 1 2002
By C. Barrenechea - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Spiral-bound
The book is very basic and filled with alot of useless information. Also about 8 of the pages were completely blank. Someone was asleep during printing. As for the title clinician's handbook, well to be honest I found the same information in books such as guides for first time owners. I was looking for dose rates and more information on protozoa and parasites for my breeding colony. I found nothing in it. There was some information on bloodwork but not alot. Most of the information was on food values for iguanas. I dont have iguanas. Dont bother and waste your time on this book. You will better information if you get a "Reptiles" magazine.
5.0 out of 5 stars Quick reference - Basic book. Feb. 22 2013
By AcerED - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Spiral-bound
If you have mader's book you really don't need this one at all. But still I found this book practical for some quick reference at work. Each topic is synthetized, easy to find and provides you a quick read of what you need at the moment.
For investigation, or detailed information purposes I sugest other books.
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