AAEP Convention 2009

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Standing Chemical Restraint of Horses

“Many surgical and medical procedures can be accomplished in the standing horse if appropriate combinations of physical and chemical restraint are employed,” began John Hubbell, DVM, MS, professor of veterinary clinical sciences at The Ohio State Uni

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Deworming Drug Efficacy in European Horses

Numerous research papers and presentations over the last several years have noted that internal parasites in horses are growing more resistant to the deworming drugs (anthelmintics) we have available. A study of European horses presented at the

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Reducing Your Horse’s Exposure to Dust

Researchers have shown that significant amounts of mucus in a racehorse’s airway can negatively affect his performance, and they’ve theorized that dust in the horse’s environment contributes to that mucus. Therefore, the logical nex

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Common Castration Complications (AAEP 2009)

Complications associated with equine castrations occur commonly and should be identified and treated properly in the field. A “Review of castration complications: Strategies for treatment in the field” was presented at the American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention.

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