Osteoarthritis of the caudal cervical region is a relatively common finding in actively performing Warmblood jumpers, suggesting that this finding might be of less clinical significance than previously thought.
Does adding amniotic membrane to the treatment of equine corneal ulcers improve or speed healing?
Researchers found that ethanol-based antisepsis can be used for skin preparation prior to performing immediate, short-duration procedures in horses.
BUN might have utility as a prognostic indicator for IMHA/IMTP cases.
The prognosis for survival in foals with septic arthritis is good and future racing performance does not appear to be affected.
The Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) from the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has provided a collection of scientific articles on cardiac arrhythmia and performance horses.
This study evaluated the effect of laser salpingopharyngostomy on the guttural pouch environment of healthy horses.
CMFC is associated with an increased likelihood of the horse not being in ridden work at long-term follow-up.
This triennial event, which has been running for 35 years, is hosted alternately by BEVA and the AAEP.
Keeping the sport horse on the road will be the theme for the final day at this year’s BEVA Congress held September 11-14.
A research study from Australia points to the potential to use exhaled to determine lower airway disease.
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched a new section on its website to help veterinarians and horse owners better understand equine dentistry.
A collection of free articles is available from Equine Veterinary Journal discussing breakthroughs in equine fracture management.
The 2018 BEVA Congress, which runs September 12-15, contains a wealth of sessions on succession planning as well as practice finance, human resources and marketing.
BEVA has welcomed the news that the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) has relaxed its recently imposed restrictions on the sale of the essential equine pain killer flunixin by allowing the release of stock from manufacturers.
Cycle with BEVA President Jon Pycock to benefit the BEVA Trust and Vetlife.
You owe it to your horse to take equine health seriously, and that’s why it’s so important for British veterinarians and horse owners to take part in the next National Equine Health Survey (NEHS), which is being held May 21–28, 2018.
The series of 10 courses covers the essentials of equine care to equip those who are keen to establish themselves in equine practice with the essential skills they need to carry out their day job.
BEVA's Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) has made available a free collection of online articles on equine vaccine research.
Equine veterinarians have one of the highest injury risk of all civilian professions. To help address this serious issue, the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched a campaign to encourage horse owners to help reduce the risks that vets sometimes face.