Upper Airway Issues in Horses

Learn about common upper airway problems in horses and how to address them in this visual guide. Sponsored by Endoscopy Support Services Inc.
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Upper Airway Issues in Horses A horse inhales 3.5 liters per second of air at rest and 70 liters per second at maximum exertion. Addressing the Issue Upper Airway Conditions

If your horse produces roaring, whistling, gurgling, or fluttering noises during exercise, he might have an upper airway blockage compromising his breathing. Work with your veterinarian to create a diagnostic and management plan.

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