Equine Veterinary Journal
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Resistance through a different prism.
Accelerated vaccination schedule provides protective levels of antibody and complete herd immunity to equine influenza.
An accelerated vaccination schedule conferred long-lasting protective antibody levels despite a >50% reduction in the recommended V1-V2 interval. Potential relevance: High levels of rapidly acquired herd immunity are critical in containing an outbreak of such a highly contagious pathogen as EIV. In...
Survival of horses following strangulating large colon volvulus.
Survival time in horses with a LCV was associated with preoperative PCV, serosal colour, heart rate at 48 h post operatively and colic during post operative hospitalisation. Potential relevance: This study provides evidence-based information on the long-term survival of horses with LCV and identifie...
Caudal anaesthesia of the infraorbital nerve for diagnosis of idiopathic headshaking and caudal compression of the infraorbital nerve for it...
Idiopathic headshaking is often a facial pain syndrome, but a diagnostic protocol has not been described. In a previous study, caudal compression of the infraorbital nerve for treatment offered a fair success rate, but low case numbers and short follow-up time were limitations. To describe a diagnos...
Equine veterinary journal: 2012 and 2013.
Acquired equine polyneuropathy in Norway and Sweden: A clinical and epidemiological study.
Acquired equine polyneuropathy (AEP, also known as 'Scandinavian knuckling syndrome'), is a serious disease of unknown aetiology, which emerged clustering in horse farms in Sweden, Norway and Finland in the 1990s. Clinical and epidemiological data regarding the syndrome are scarce. To describe the c...
Identification of periparturient mare and foal associated predictors of post parturient immunoglobulin A concentrations in Thoroughbred foal...
Prior to the start of endogenous production of immunoglobulins (Igs), absorption of maternal Igs is important to protect against pathogens in the early neonatal period. It is possible that mare- or foal-associated factors may influence neonatal IgA concentrations. The temporal relationships among se...
Diffusion of contrast medium after four different techniques for analgesia of the proximal metacarpal region: an in vivo and in vitro study.
There is limited information on potential diffusion of local anaesthetic solution after various diagnostic analgesic techniques of the proximal metacarpal region. To document potential distribution of local anaesthetic solution following 4 techniques used for diagnostic analgesia of the proximal met...
Respiratory responses to exercise in the horse.
Horses are elite athletes when compared with other mammalian species. In the latter, performance is limited by cardiovascular or musculoskeletal performance whereas in athletic horses it is the respiratory system that appears to be rate limiting and virtually all horses exercising at high intensitie...
Endocrinological aspects of the pathophysiology of equine laminitis.