Dr. Rick Mitchell in this podcast discusses Proper Techniques for Equine Joint Injections in an Ambulatory Environment.
Learn from mistakes, but don’t allow them to distract you from your next patient.
Steaming hay better maximizes nutrient intake and palatability compared to soaking, while also mitigating particulate matter that could irritate airways.
The premise of the study is that long-term, starch-fed diets in horses can elicit low-grade systemic inflammation with the potential to develop ID.
Those horses admitted to the facility for colic had fewer intestinal microbial species that were also less diverse.
The authors stressed that joint soundness or pathology is only one aspect of a horse’s ability to perform.