Panel Examines Possible Research Paths for EIPH Treatment

The AAEP released a list of research topics identified by a panel as central to the goal of understanding EIPH.
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As part of its strategic initiative to protect the health and welfare of the racehorse, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has released a list of research topics identified by a panel as central to the goal of understanding exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH).

The identified topics will help determine future research priorities in the investigation of alternative management strategies for EIPH.

The panel, assembled for an AAEP-hosted meeting in November 2015, included experts in the fields of equine EIPH, pulmonary and cardiac physiology, lung pathology, and human sports medicine. Their focus was a review of current scientific knowledge and the identification of future research priorities.

Examined topics included epidemiology, vascular physiology, pathology, venous remodeling, role of the heart, pathophysiology of blood flow, efficacy of furosemide and regenerative medicine in the lung

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