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Southern Equine Service Review

I completed my internship at SES from 2016-2017 and I can confidently say I received the best support, education, and mentorship I could have asked for my...

Rhinebeck Equine LLP Review

I cannot give enough positive feedback about this internship, which provided an excellent balance of mentorship and independence. My year at Rhinebeck prepared...

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Case Report Traumatic sacral fracture following dystocia in a Thoroughbred foal C. Mackenzie †* , E. Haggett ‡, S. Powell ‡, M. Swarbrick ‡and T....

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hand antisepsis before and after performance of clinical procedures.Infect. Control Hosp. Epidemiol. 30, 172-178. Lepainteur, M., Royer, G., Bourrel, A.S.,...

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desensitisation with these protocols, neither reported any visceral pain reactions during surgery suggesting there may be some advantages to using...

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AAEP News October 2018 III Associ Ation From the President: The art behind the science of veterinary medicine By Margo L. Macpherson, DVM, MS, DACT My...

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Rehabilitation of Horses with Back & Sacroiliac Problems San Diego, CA Internal Medicine Challenges for Advanced Practitioners Dover, NH Sports Horse...

AAEP Foundation Equine Disaster Relief Fund Now Accepting Monetary Donations to Aid Hurricane Florence Victims

As Hurricane Florence makes landfall in the eastern Carolinas, the AAEP Foundation is accepting charitable contributions from individuals and industry...

Modern-Day Plague: Understanding the Scope of Veterinary Suicide

Originally appearing on Veterinary Money Digest By Greg Kelly   When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published data in early...

AAEP Foundation Allots Over $700,000 for Equine Welfare Projects 

The AAEP Foundation has approved 2018 funding of $701,723 for 28 equine organizations, projects and programs committed to the Foundation’s mission of...

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What You Should and Should Not Put In or On a Wound Dean A. Hendrickson, DVM, MS, DACVS There are many different dressings and potions marketed for treating...

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idence of inflammation is simply a holdover from the effects of surgery or indicative of postoperative infec- tion that requires further diagnostic evaluation...

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A Simple Method of Splinting the Equine Carpus Robert D. Lewis, DVM Immobilization of the equine carpus is a necessary component in the management of a...

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increases in muscle tone, or movement. Heart rate and ocular signs are less reliable indicators of anes- thetic depth when a ketamine-based technique is used....

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5. Henderson ISF, Franklin RP, Wilkins PA, et al. Associationof hyperlactatemia with age, diagnosis, and survival in equine neonates. J Vet Emerg Crit Care...

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persistent local contacts, preferably veterinarians. This is important because the government agencies involved may not respond promptly (or at all)...

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How to Choose Your ‘First Bag’ of Intravenous Fluids Pamela A. Wilkins, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM-LA, ACVECC Author’s address: University of...

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If the Foal Fails to Breathe and/or is Bradycardic Foals that remain apneic or display an irregular or gasping respiratory pattern should receive immedi- ate...

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provides for the material, facility, medical/sur- gical, shelter, and personnel needs before the event, thus facilitating a much more rapid re- covery and a...

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vation is lost but motor control of the hind limbs is not affected. However, the tail should be tied over- head to support the horse if ataxia develops....

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References and Footnotes 1. Dire DJ, Welsh AP. A comparison of wound irrigation solu-tions used in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med 1990;19:704...

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may have a financial limit on what they would be willing or able to spend. If the horse is insured, the insurance information should be present in the...

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8. Coe JBJ, Adams CLC, Bonnett BNB. A focus group study of veterinarians’ and pet owners’ perceptions of veterinarian- client communication in companion...

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A ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic hormone), stability in collected blood samples, 506 Acute-phase proteins, for colic diagnosis, 480 Adrenergic receptor agonists for...

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How to Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on Newborn Foals in the Field SallyAnne L. Ness, DVM, DACVIM*; Gillian A. Perkins, DVM, DACVIM; Kevin T.T....

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Having the control to make choices about how to spend their time is a key factor in the happiness of most people, and the responses to this survey indi- cated...

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delivered from a prolonged dystocia (\13120 minutes) with an APGAR score of 6 received a wide variety of fluid approaches ranging from none (with...

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ing to cardiopulmonary arrest may also be associated with systemic sequelae for the foal, in addition to global hypoxic insult incurred as a con- sequence of...

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unfortunately, will be a viable option in most disas- ters. Animal and human needs (shelter, food, water, and power) must be in place before such an...

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midine and romifidine can be used for sedation be- fore ketamine administration, their substitution does not appear to provide additional benefit. A...