Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of equine gastrointestinal diseases henry stmpfli angelika schoster an illustrious group of colleagues has agreed to commit to writing articles for this issue of veterinary clinics of north america equine practicewe are very thankful for the excellent work presented here and honored to be the editors. Equine ambulatory practice presents unique challenges to its practitioners that go far beyond medicine surgery and preventive care practitioners have to balance life away from practice with the demands of clients money spent on equipment purchases are balanced against money available for much needed vacations the time devoted to a colicky . The equine practitioner will find this comprehensive issue packed with useful important information on ambulatory practice topics include challenges of ambulatory practice equipment considerations client psychology and expectations technology and the ambulatory practitioner ambulatory medicine ambulatory surgery and surgical referral lameness in ambulatory practice foot care and . Ambulatory practice an issue of veterinary clinics equine practice ambulatory practice an issue of veterinary clinics equine practice i edited this issue of the veterinary clinics of north america with my good friend dr mark baus its comprehensive and packed with useful important information on ambulatory practice topics include the . A complete primer on practice management for the equine practitioner topics include current economic trends transitioning from veterinary school to private practice customer service gender shifts design of an ambulatory practice equine practice evaluations and sale transactions mergers and
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