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Background: Obtaining commercial fluids for intravenous administration (IVF) was challenging during a recent shortage. This necessitated use of custom-made non-sterile fluids for intravenous administration (JUGs) in some hospitals. There are no studies comparing outcome of horses treated with JUG...

Author(s)
Kopper, J. J.; Bolger, M. E.; Kogan, C. J.; Schott, H. C.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2019, 33, 6, pp 2739-2745
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Objective: To evaluate the role of intravenous fluid volume and electrolyte supplementation on the development of postoperative reflux (POR) in horses undergoing celiotomy for colic. Design: Case-control study spanning 2004-2012 for horses undergoing celiotomy for colic. Setting: University...

Author(s)
Hoaglund, E. L.; Hess, A. M.; Hassel, D. M.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2018, 28, 6, pp 566-572
Abstract

Fluid therapy is an important component of supportive care for equine patients with a variety of medical and surgical conditions. Administration of enteral fluids is a practical, cost-effective and often under-utilised treatment option for the correction of dehydration, provision of maintenance...

Author(s)
Wilkes, E. J. A.; Hughes, K. J.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association (N.S.W) Division, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Equine Veterinarian, 2013, 32, 2, pp 41-48
Abstract

An 18 h old Quarter Horse filly, while being treated for diarrhoea, was evaluated for a distended abdomen and electrolyte abnormalities. Peritoneal and pleural fluid was detected by ultrasound and a presumptive diagnosis of a ruptured bladder was made. Intravenous fluid therapy was instituted to...

Author(s)
Werf, K. A. vander; Beard, L. A.; McMurphy, R. M.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2010, 22, 5, pp 239-243
Abstract

To assess the effect of enteral fluid therapy (EFT) in horses with colic, 78 adult horses with colon impactions and 30 with left dorsal colon displacements received an isotonic electrolyte solution via a nasogastric tube at a rate of 8 to 10 I every two hours until resolution of clinical signs....

Author(s)
Monreal, L.; Navarro, M.; Armengou, L.; José-Cunilleras, E.; Cesarini, C.; Segura, D.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2010, 166, 9, pp 259-263
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Eleven farmers from seven different locations in Distrito Federal, Midwestern Brazil, reported sudden clinical signs in 27 horses after the ingestion of commercial pelleted ration. It was found that the ration brand and batches were identical, and macroscopic evaluation revealed no abnormalities...

Author(s)
Machado, M.; Andrade, L. R.; Moraes, D. D. A. de; Castro, M. B. de; Teixeira Neto, A. R.; Keller, K. M.; Soto-Blanco, B.; Câmara, A. C. L.
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2018, 46, Supplement, pp 336
Abstract

In horses with colic, the use of laxatives illustrates a crucial part of medical treatment of impaction in the cecum and large colon. This is done using a nasal gastric tube for administration of a large volume of fluid which softens the impaction. Depending on the type and concentration of the...

Author(s)
Spallek, A.; Breuer, J.; Recknagel, S.; Köller, G.; Schusser, G. F.
Publisher
Hippiatrika Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 2011, 27, 5, pp 487-494
Abstract

Reasons for performing study: Obtaining data on emergency admission survival rates is important to provide clients with an estimate of prognosis and to identify areas in which improvements in case management can be achieved. Objective: To determine the short-term outcome of equine emergency...

Author(s)
Southwood, L. L.; Dolente, B. A.; Lindborg, S.; Russell, G.; Boston, R.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Ely, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2009, 41, 5, pp 459-464
Abstract

A male zebra aged about 7 years, weighing approximately 250 kg showed signs of lameness on its hindquarter. It was treated by the zoo veterinarians symptomatically, and it recovered. However, there was recurrence of the symptoms after 1 month. The animal was treated with fluid, electrolyte,...

Author(s)
Indramani Nath; Subharaj Samantara; Panda, S. K.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2012, 32, 4, pp 201-204
Abstract

Foals may present to a referral hospital with the primary diagnosis of uroperitoneum (UP), or they may develop UP while hospitalized for other reasons. Historical, physical, laboratory, and diagnostic variables of foals presenting with UP were compared to those developing UP while hospitalized....

Author(s)
Dunkel, B.; Palmer, J. E.; Olson, K. N.; Boston, R. C.; Wilkins, P. A.
Publisher
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Lakewood, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2005, 19, 6, pp 889-893

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