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AAEP Foundation grants top $700,000 for second consecutive year

The AAEP Foundation has approved $731,000 in grants for 28 programs and projects committed to the Foundation’s mission of improving the welfare of...

Megavesica in a neonatal foal

degenerated neutrophils and occasional colonies of bacteria. The umbilical cord and urachal structure were oedematous and hyperaemic. In these structures...

Anaesthesia and ventilation strategy in a horse undergoing pulmonectomy

arterial O 2saturation well above 96% for the remainder of the anaesthetic period. At the same time PEEP did not negatively affect haemodynamic variables...

Equine Veterinary Education March 2019

Exclusive 5% discount for EVE readers! Use 5EVE when registering for any VetPD course on www.vetpd.com or email office@vetpd.com (Can not be...

Equine Veterinary Education March 2019

Exclusive 5% discount for EVE readers! Use 5EVE when registering for any VetPD course on www.vetpd.com or email office@vetpd.com (Can not be...

Equine Veterinary Education August

AAEP News August 2019 V Work through career challenges together at new ‘Practice Life Conversations’ Let’s face it: Successfully ...

Equine Veterinary Education August

VI AAEP News August 2019 WELL nESS Healthy Practice: The slippery slope of alcohol use and abuse By Kevin Foote, LMSW and Ted Fish, Ed.D.,...

Equine Veterinary Education August

AssociAtion IV AAEP News August 2019 AssociAtion Why using compounded toltrazuril for the treatment of EPM is outside the standard of...

Equine Veterinary Education: September 2019

The medical and race records of 66 Thoroughbred yearlings treated surgically for epiglottic entrapment by axial division with a hook bistoury or diode laser...

Meet our Presenters

John A.E. Hubbell, DVM, MS, ACVAA Dr. John Hubbell is the Chief of Anesthesiology at the Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky, and holds...

Full body support sling in horses. Part 1: equipment, case selection and application procedure

280FEQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / AUGUST 2006 3) While the horse is rolled onto the dorsal recumbency, the straps of the body pieces are pushed under the...

Field management of equine uterine prolapse in a Thoroughbred mare

255 It was elected to monitor the mare closely for urination over the next 24 h. More detailed ultrasonographic examination of the uterus and broad ligament...

Full body support sling in horses. Part 2: indications

U.C. Davis-Anderson sling has a system whereby the overhead frame can adjust to lift only the front or hindlimbs (Fig 10) and can make the horse more...

AAEP News in this Issue

EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / april 2007 VII to make an informed selection of the practice of their choice without negative bias from you or your...

MANUAL OF EQUINE FIELD SURGERY

The book is described as the ?go-anywhere? guide to equine field surgery and is aimed at veterinary surgeons and students interested in basic equine surgery....

Field management of equine uterine prolapse in a Thoroughbred mare

Case Report Field management of equine uterine prolapse in a Thoroughbred mare R. C AUSEY *, D. R UKSZNIS? AND R. M ILES ? Department of Animal and...

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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / april 2007 xi ?Solo practitioner in Ocala, Fla., is selling practice. Four-stall clinic withmultiple paddocks has been used...

Anaesthesia for surgeries of the upper respiratory tract

198 plans made for its occurrence. Placement of an endotracheal tube partially overcomes anaesthetic-induced increased airway resistance, and therefore horses...

The transverse facial venous sinus: an alternative location for blood collection in the horse

Tutorial Article The transverse facial venous sinus: an alternative location for blood collection in the horse H. A. W ALESBY *, D. J. H ILLMANN ?, J. M....

Severe rhabdomyolysis due to polysaccharide storage myopathy in an Arabian mare

141 polysaccharide storage myopathy. The fact that muscle fibre necrosis was ongoing 4 days following resolution of the clinical signs is consistent with...

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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / june 2007 xi ?The Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical...

Antimicrobial therapy for bacterial meningitis

321 Tetracyclines Oxytetracycline and doxycycline both inhibit bacterial protein synthesis by binding to the 30S ribosomal subunit and are therefore...

Diagnosis and management of guttural pouch mycosis

526 knowledge of vascular anatomy. These techniques are further complicated by the fact that a percentage of horses exhibit variations in the vascular anatomy...

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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / september 2007 xi ?A surgical internship position will be available beginning September 1 at a practice located in Milton,...

The use of intraluminal stents for tracheal collapse in two horses: Case management and long-term treatment

Case Report The use of intraluminal stents for tracheal collapse in two horses: Case management and long-term treatment D. M. W ONG *, B. A. S PONSELLER , E....

Quality of equine veterinary care: Where can it go wrong? A conceptual framework for the quality of equine healthcare, based on court cases against equine practitioners in The Netherlands

165 care, if improvement of the healthcare system is the ultimate aim, because processes are largely under the control of health professionals and can be...

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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / FEBRUAry 2008 vII Eight veterinary students have been selected to receive $2,500 scholarships from the American Live...

Quality of equine veterinary care: Where can it go wrong? A conceptual framework for the quality of equine healthcare, based on court cases against equine practitioners in The Netherlands

164 failure. Valid complaints included the late (or absent) response of an equine practitioner to an emergency situation such as colic or parturition, and...

Management of rostral mandibular fractures in the young horse

110Management of rostral mandibular fractures in the young horse Near-complete avulsion of a single tooth with only gingival or minimal bone attachment is...

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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / April 2008 xi ?Pick your perfect equine practice nationwide. Point and click format allows you to easily visit practice...