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Delayed healing associated with distal limb wounds is highly challenging in equine clinical practice. This study aimed to evaluate healing rates between chronic non-granulating wounds of horse distal limbs that were treated with maltodextrin/ascorbic acid gel alone or in combination with ...

Author(s)
Helal, I. E.; Al-Abbadi, H. A.; El-Daharawy, M. H.; Ahmed, M. F.
Publisher
Korean Society of Animal Sciences and Technology, Korea Science & Technology Center, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Animal Science and Technology, 2022, 64, 5, pp 997-1007
Abstract

Objective: To compare bacterial colonization after diluted iodine tincture or povidone iodine solution for presurgical disinfection of the equine peripodal region. Study design: Complete block design. Animals: Five horses. Methods: Disinfection protocols using iodine tincture or povidone iodine...

Author(s)
Johnson, J.; Messier, S.; Meulyzer, M.; Vinardell, T.; Marcoux, M.; David, F.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2015, 44, 6, pp 756-762
Abstract

The presence of bacteria of various origins on horse hoofs enables the onset of infections following trauma or even post-surgical wounds. Thus, the analysis of new antibacterial substances is of fundamental importance. In this study, the antibacterial efficacy of Iron Animals (IA), a stable...

Author(s)
Isola, M.; Piccinotti, C.; Magro, M.; Fasolato, L.; Vianello, F.; Menandro, M. L.; Memarian, P.; Rossi, M.; Falomo, M. E.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Animals, 2021, 11, 3,
Abstract

Background/objective: The purpose of this study was to establish a reliable and reproducible method to isolate and cultivate canine corneal epithelial and stromal cells (cCECs and cCSCs). The cells were subsequently used for in vitro testing of topically applied diluted povidone iodine (PVI)....

Author(s)
Prucha, V. J. S.; Egerbacher, M.; Tichy, A.; Nell, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2022, 151, pp 1-9
Abstract

Branchial remnant cysts are an uncommon cause of masses of the throatlatch area in horses. Two methods of treatment have been proposed in literature, both with complications. This manuscript proposes a method (marsupialization and sclerotherapy) for the treatment of a cyst in a 1.5-year-old Arabian ...

Author(s)
Rinnovati, R.; Butina, B. B.; Bianchi, J.; Foglia, A.; Lambertini, C.; Magno, S. del
Publisher
Japanese Society of Equine Science (Nihon Uma Kagakukai) Equine Research Institute, Japan Racing Association, Utsunomiya, Japan
Citation
Journal of Equine Science, 2018, 29, 2, pp 43-46
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Chitosan is one of the natural bioactive materials known for its wound healing effect. Healing of equine's wounds are often delayed and complicated. This study aimed to evaluate efficacy of chitosan gel on healing of equine skin-wounds in comparison to povidone-iodine (as control). Six adult male...

Author(s)
Zaid, A.; Sharshar, A.; Abd-El-Gaber, M.; Abdel-Rahman, H. A.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Behira, Egypt
Citation
Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2017, 53, 1, pp 63-71
Abstract

Background: There are currently no evidence summaries on wounds in the horse. Objectives: To develop evidence-based guidelines on wound management in the horse. Study design: Evidence review using the GRADE framework. Methods: Research questions were proposed by a panel of veterinarians, and...

Author(s)
Freeman, S. L.; Ashton, N. M.; Elce, Y. A.; Hammond, A.; Hollis, A. R.; Quinn, G.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2021, 53, 1, pp 18-29
Abstract

Ocular infections in animals can be result in blindness. The infections are most caused by bacteria particular microbiota from the patient's conjunctiva, eyelid, and nose. When damage to ocular tissue occurs, opportunistic bacteria may invade ocular tissues causing infection that may be difficult...

Author(s)
Soimala, T.
Publisher
Mensch & Buch Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Hygiene in opthalmic surgery and bacterial resistance on the ocular surface of animals, 2018, pp 97 pp.
Abstract

Nowadays, many disinfectants and antiseptics are used for decontamination purposes in equine hospitals, on racetracks, and breeding farms, but generally, these antimicrobial agents are not tested against commonly encountered pathogens, and they are used with unknown antimicrobial efficacy. The...

Author(s)
Mete, A.
Publisher
Istanbul University Press, Istanbul, Turkey
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Eurasia, 2019, 45, 3, pp 101-107
Abstract

Venous catheters are extensively used in equine practice. Catheter-related infections are among the most serious complications of equine surgery. Our goal was to compare catheter contamination with and without cyanoacrylate microbial sealant and to evaluate tolerance in horses. Each horse (n=20)...

Author(s)
Pasolini, M. P.; Passamonti, F.; Uccello, V.; Fatone, G.; Greco, M.; Castaldo, S.; Auletta, L.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2015, 35, 8, pp 686-691

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