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Background: Laminitis is a common but critical disease that causes severe pain and disability in horses. The etiology and pathogenesis of laminitis remain inconclusive and a multimodal therapeutic approach is generally indicated. Acupuncture has been used as a treatment option; however, the...

Author(s)
Lee, D.; May, K.; Faramarzi, B.
Publisher
Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
Citation
Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research, 2019, 20, 1, pp 9-12
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This study was designed to compare the efficiency of using conventional acupuncture (CA) and electroacupuncture (EA) in the laminitis therapy in race horses, twenty adult race horses with laminitis were randomly selected. Clinical examination was carried out and acupuncture points were determined...

Author(s)
Aljobory, A. I.; Jaafar, S.; Ahmed, A. S.
Publisher
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Citation
Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2021, 35, 1, pp 15-21
Abstract

In this study, the effect of acupuncture on skin temperature (TSKIN), including six body regions (neck, shoulder, ribs, flank, internal thigh, and back), rectal temperature (TRECTAL), serum levels of total proteins, hematocrit, magnesium, calcium (Ca), phosphorus, and chloride was evaluated in five ...

Author(s)
Rizzo, M.; Arfuso, F.; Giudice, E.; Abbate, F.; Longo, F.; Piccione, G.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2017, 55, pp 84-89
Abstract

There is a need for evidence-based scientific research to address the question of the effectiveness of acupuncture in improving clinical signs of laminitis in horses. The objective of this study was to compare lameness levels before and after 2 acupuncture treatments in horses with chronic...

Author(s)
Faramarzi, B.; Lee DongBin; May, K.; Dong FangLong
Publisher
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 2017, 58, 8, pp 823-827
Abstract

In this controlled, blinded, randomized block pilot study, the main objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of intravenous flunixin meglumine, phenylbutazone, and acupuncture on ocular pain relief using a multifactorial pain scale in the horse. Four experimental horses underwent corneal...

Author(s)
Makra, Z.; Csereklye, N.; Riera, M. M.; McMullen, R. J.; Veres-Nyéki, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2021, 98,
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Road transport and physical exercise represent stressful stimuli that can lead to homeostasis disruption with direct effect on health status, welfare, and physical performance of the athletic horse. Acupuncture is recognized as a practice modulating the physical well-being of athletes. In this...

Author(s)
Rizzo, M.; Arfuso, F.; Giannetto, C.; Giudice, E.; Longo, F.; Pietro, S. di; Piccione, G.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 2017, 18, pp 56-61
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A 4-year-old, 239 kilograms, Thai native gelding was presented with a history of downcast, decrease appetite, reduced water intake, and no defecation seen in 4 days. It showed the clinical signs of moderate to severe abdominal pain which could be from being fed with corn silage (bovine roughage)...

Author(s)
Srionrod, N.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
Citation
Journal of Applied Animal Science, 2021, 14, 1, pp 61-70
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Objectives: To investigate whether acupuncture can alter gait in horses as assessed by objective and subjective parameters. Study design: Prospective, randomized, singleblinded, crossover study. Animals: Eight adult horses. Methods: Horses were randomly assigned to a treatment (three acupuncture...

Author(s)
Dunkel, B.; Pfau, T.; Fiske-Jackson, A.; Veres-Nyeki, K. O.; Fairhurst, H.; Jackson, K.; Chang YuMei; Bolt, D. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 2017, 44, 1, pp 154-162
Abstract

Acupuncture has become increasingly popular in veterinary medicine. Within the scientific literature there is debate regarding its efficacy. Due to the complex nature of acupuncture, a scoping review was undertaken to identify and categorize the evidence related to acupuncture in companion animals...

Author(s)
Rose, W. J.; Sargeant, J. M.; Hanna, W. J. B.; Kelton, D.; Wolfe, D. M.; Wisener, L. V.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Animal Health Research Reviews, 2017, 18, 2, pp 177-185
Abstract

Equine spinal lesions are a common occurrence. These lesions are often caused by excessive use of certain spinal regions resulting in tissue injury that releases K+, Na+, and Ca++ ions, in addition to allogenic substances that are present during inflammation. Several therapies are available for...

Author(s)
Bello, C. A. de O.; Barreto-Vianna, A. R. da C.; Nogueira, K.; Santos, A. C.; Lima, E. M. M. de
Publisher
Istanbul University Press, Istanbul, Turkey
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Eurasia, 2018, 44, 3, pp 117-121

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