This is a valuable resource for the application of Chinese herbs in the Western veterinary clinic, and only the second book of Chinese veterinary herbal medicine written in the English language.
The ideal resource for the use of Chinese herbs in the Western veterinary clinic.
Exposition of Chinese herbal formulas commonly used in veterinary practice, including Western biomedical indications, contraindications, and clinical notes.
Formula ingredients in pinyin, Latin, and common names.
Instructions for safe application of Chinese herbal medications. Small animal, and equine quick guides.
Authored by veterinarians with training and experience in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, it is intended to be a practical, all-inclusive handbook for veterinary practitioners, containing sections on Chinese veterinary medicine theory, the use of Chinese herbs, and a reference of commonly used Chinese veterinary herbal formulas.
The formula section features an in-depth description of each herbal prescription, including ingredients, Chinese medicine energetics, Western biomedical indications, contraindications, and clinical notes. The formulas found here are animal-friendly, easy-to-use, and readily available in tablets and granules. Indexes at the end of the book make prescribing easy for the veterinarian integrating Chinese herbal medicine into clinical practice.
Pin Yin formula name table of contents
Basic principles of Chinese veterinary medicine
Chinese veterinary examination
Chinese medicine diagnostic systems and pattern differentiation
Introduction to Chinese veterinary herbal medicine
Therapeutic actions of Chinese herbs
Safe use of Chinese herbal medications
Chinese veterinary herbal use guidelines
Conditions that may benefit from Chinese herbs
formato: 21.50 x 28