Dietary chromium propionate has been proposed as a supplement to help improve insulin sensitivity in horses suffering from insulin dysfunction, particularly in aging or obese individuals.
Working up lameness can be difficult with a fractious horse, especially when hind-limb diagnostic nerve or joint blocks are involved.
Managing metabolic responses of horses to forage is an ongoing challenge for horse owners and veterinarians throughout the year.
Use of salivary analytes has the potential to help in clinical diagnosis of acute abdominal crises.
This study illuminates the effects of IA treatment with TA on other organ systems.
Treatment with IU hydrogen peroxide and dilute povidone iodine IU infusion could benefit some mares with mucous discharge.
It is important for Appaloosa horses to have frequent ophthalmic exams, particularly after 12 years of age.
This presentation at the 2019 AAEP Convention looked at a new management tool for equine intercarpal osteoarthritis. Brought to you by Arthramid.
Intravitreal injection with low-dose gentamycin is associated with good success for control of the disease and with a low level of complications compared to medical therapy.
Obese horses might be at increased risk from greater systemic absorption of LPS due to increased jejunal permeability.
Results of an Australian study using veglagliflozen were promising.
This study demonstrates that sAA activity might serve as a useful, non-invasive biomarker of prognosis for the outcome of acute abdomen.
Appropriate biosafety measures should be adopted to avoid animal to human transmission of MRSA.