Restoring muscle glycogen, rehydrating, and ensuring a horse’s diet offers enough vitamin E all help with recovery after strenuous exercise.
Reduce sporadic episodes of exertional rhabdomyolysis by providing plenty of forage and meeting these unique equine athletes’ nutrient requirements.
Researchers injected horses’ injured joints with a combination of hyaluronan, sodium chondroitin sulfate, and N-acetyl-d-glucosamine (HCSG).
One researcher assessed the impact of environment and antibiotic administration on synovial sepsis rate.
Biologics offer an alternative to steroid joint injections for horses with osteoarthritis. Learn how they are derived and work in our veterinarian-approved visual guide. Sponsored by Zoetis.
Veterinarians share their thoughts on stem cells, IRAP, and platelet-rich plasma.
A survey found most veterinarians who specialize in horses and primarily deal with lameness issues use nonsteroidal intra-articular joint therapies in their patients.
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