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EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / Novem�fer 20�b0 V Into the Blue 13th Annual Resort Symposium January 24-26, 2011 Brid\fetown, Barbados The AAEP ...

New guidelines require accreditation renewal for veterinarians Expedition in Haiti In an age of waning ethical standards, practitioners must take the ?high road?

EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / april 2010iii During the past decade this country has seen the incursion of several foreign animal diseases (FADs). These...

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X EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION / AE / AUGUST 2012 A long-time Educational Partner of the AAEP, Pfizer Animal Health is committed to supporting the...

Abdominal abscess involving a metallic foreign body removed via thoracotomy in a horse

Several diagnostic procedures were performed during hospitalisation. Piroplasmosis and leptospirosis serology were negative and an upper respiratory endoscopy...

Clinical Guidelines for Veterinarians Practicing in a Pari‐Mutuel Environment

some debate. The AAEP recommends that integrative therapies be based upon a valid medical diagnosis, be administered by or under the direct supervision of a...

Post castration evisceration Page 2

exploring the intestinal tract. Survival rates following surgical treatment of intestinal evisceration range from 36–87%, with the lowest survival rates...

Equine piroplasmosis: An updated review Page 3

the chronic forms present the less specific clinical signs such as mild inappetence, poor performance, weight loss, splenomegaly and malaise. High parasitaemia...

Equine piroplasmosis: An updated review Page 9

Heuchert, C.M., de Giulli, V., Jr, de Athaide, D.F., Böse, R. and Friedhoff, K.T. (1999) Seroepidemiologic studies onBabesia equiandBabesia caballiinfections...

Equine piroplasmosis: An updated review Page 6

cleared with a sterilisation protocol (Schwintet al. 2009). In a recent study aimed at evaluating a sterilisation protocol for T. equinatural infection cELISA...

Equine piroplasmosis: An updated review Page 1

Review Article Equine piroplasmosis: An updated review Y. Tamzali Equine Internal Medicine, Université de Toulouse, INP, ENVT, France. Corresponding author...

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mainly on drug therapy, restriction in the movement of infected horses, and control of tick vectors. Restricting the movement of infected horses Currently, the...

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AAEP News Bulletin: Spur of the Moment View this email in your browser November 10, 2014 Issue 401 ...

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New piroplasmosis quarantine in New Mexico The New Mexico Livestock Board imposed a quarantine at Jovi Training Stables after one horse there was...

Equine Piroplasmosis Page 3

antibody (IFA) test. The cELISA tests are avail- able as kits, bone test kit for detection of antibodies toB. caballiand a second kit for detection of...

Equine Piroplasmosis Page 6

fore the index case was identied, and practitioners should be alert to clinical signs of EP in their patients. 8. Research Updates Emergence of infection and...

Equine Piroplasmosis Page 1

Equine Piroplasmosis Josie L. Traub-Dargatz, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM; Michael A. Short, DVM; Angela M. Pelzel, DVM; Tracy E. Norman, VMD, Diplomate ACVIM;...

Equine Piroplasmosis Page 4

ence of antibodies toB. caballiandB. equibefore importation. Import testing is conducted by the NVSL. Before August 22, 2005, the ofcial U. S. import test used...

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7. USDA:APHIS:VS. Veterinary services infosheet: protect- ing your horses against equine piroplasmosis. Available on- line at...

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rate classication for this parasite falls between BabesiaandTheileriabased on genomic analysis. 2a Until additional studies are available that deter- mine a...

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foals, yearlings, broodmares, and ponies that were tested. On February 12, 2009, the last premises was re- leased from quarantine, with 0 of 20 positive...

Launch of Equitarian Projects: Strategic Partnerships, Rewards, Challenges, and Solutions Page 4

3. Results Honduras Two hundred horses, more than twice the antici- pated number, received health care from the Equi- tarian team during the four work days....

Launch of Equitarian Projects: Strategic Partnerships, Rewards, Challenges, and Solutions Page 8

veterinarians versus first timers at the following year’s site visit.The difference in community interest in castration was interesting and may reflect...

61st Annual Convention Proceedings Page 364

trained veterinarians with the help of Nicaraguan veterinary students. At a minimum, the following information was collected: the horse’s age in years, body...

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animals. Potential ways to address this problem could include local implementation of vector (ta- banid) control, or a program to promote and subsi- dize...

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shedders; the remaining five samples had 1200 or greater EPG and were classified as high shedders. No additional testing was performed to distinguish large...

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would provide more evidence in favor of enhanced control and surveillance programs (see below the discussion regarding anemia). In the case of T. equi,...

62nd Annual Convention Proceedings Page 360

fying diseased equids, those with positive test re- sults for diseases regulated in the state, conducting epidemiologic investigations, tracing and...

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ners in sample collection and management of equine premises was a critical component of the overall outbreak response.Lessons learned from recent VS outbreaks...

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ate on-farm disease control measures. In states where the EHM is not reportable, the SAHO does not have any role in disease control, thus all control efforts...

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from the individual horse owner to the facility man- ager to the event organizers and beyond. There is a responsibility of all involved in disease outbreaks...