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HEART RATE: Use a stethoscope to count the number of heartbeats per minute (bpm) by placing the end of the stethoscope on your horse’s left side just behind and at the level of his elbow. Count each lub-dub as one beat. A normal resting equine heart rate is 28 to 40 bpm, whereas mild to […]
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Figure 22 from Equine Pregnancy: Physical Interactions Between the Uterus and Conceptus | Semantic Scholar
Fig. 22. Changes in fetal and uterine relationships. (A) Mobile fetus, transient uterine constriction, and shifts in allantoic fluid. (B) Fetus finds cranial presentation while confined to the uterine body by closed horns. (C) Hind limbs encased in a uterine horn; placental membranes are close to the limbs and are not shown. - "Equine Pregnancy: Physical Interactions Between the Uterus and Conceptus"
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Colic is easily one of the most threatening conditions for horses and tops the list of concerns for horse owners. So what is it, and how can it be avoided?
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Hoof puncture wound treatment with deep tissue infection, treated with perfusion procedure delivering antibiotics via venous system.
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As many of us are moving into spring (sorry those that are moving into fall! Maybe you can book mark this for your spring time exercise program!) I thought it would be helpful for us to understand how to take our horse’s vitals. We can use this information as we leg our horses up for [...]
Colic in horses is a very common disorder of their digestive system. The term colic, the basic definition means “abdominal pain”, but in horses is used to define severe abdominal discomfort characterized with rolling, pawing,
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The idea of using conformation to better choose a horse to buy, or choose a horse for a specific discipline is not new. Xenophen described what he looks for in selecting a young horse: “a hoof of t…
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triadan system | The Triadan system in the rabbit.
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