Research shows platelet-rich plasma and stem cell therapy can help treat post-breeding inflammation in mares.
One veterinarian calls for cultures, cytology, and antibiotics when indicated.
Researchers found that this selective NSAID reduces uterine inflammation while protecting follicular and gastrointestinal function in mares with persistent mating-induced endometritis.
One veterinarian has confirmed that a combination of drugs can disrupt biofilms in mares with endometritis, potentially making the uterus a happier place for embryo attachment and pregnancy.
Bacterial endometritis that is refractory to traditional antimicrobial treatment is a significant challenge to the equine breeding industry. Fortunately, several therapeutic options are currently available to clinicians for the treatment of biofilm-associated endometritis in horses.
Persistent uterine lining inflammation in horses can lead to lower pregnancy rates and increased early embryonic losses.
Carleigh Fedorka presented on biologic therapeutics as a treatment for endometritis in broodmares.
Researchers found that particular genetic types of E. coli responded to the various antibiotics differently.
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