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Background: Mild asthma in horses decreases racing performance and impairs gas exchange. The efficacy of treatment on performance is unknown. Hypothesis: Treatment targeting lung inflammation improves VO2peak in horses with mild asthma. Animals: Thoroughbred polo horses (n = 12) with smoke-induced...

Author(s)
Bond, S. L.; Greco-Otto, P.; MacLeod, J.; Galezowski, A.; Bayly, W.; Léguillette, R.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2020, 34, 2, pp 979-985
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This article reviews some of the important features of fire and smoke injury in horses. The basic pathophysiology of fire and smoke injury is presented. The diagnostic and therapeutic goals to aid the practitioner when he is faced with such a potentially overwhelming and emotionally charged...

Author(s)
Marsh, P. S.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Equine Practice, 2007, 23, 1, pp 19-30
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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy appears to be a promising adjunctive treatment for a variety of equine disorders, including laminitis and other ischemic injuries. Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) is a high-dose oxygen inhalation therapy that is achieved by having the patient breathe 100% oxygen inside a...

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Slovis, N.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2008, 28, 12, pp 760-767
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Geor, R. J.
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Ippologia, 1995, 6, 2, pp 43-49
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McFarlane, D.
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Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 1995, 15, 4, pp 159-162
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Kemper, T.; Spier, S.; Barratt-Boyes, S. M.; Hoffman, R.
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Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1993, 202, 1, pp 91-94
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Author(s)
Gear, R. J.; Ames, T. R.
Citation
Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 1991, 13, 7, pp 1162-1169
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A 2.5-year-old filly developed anorexia, sweating, muscular tremors and colic of 3 h duration, with a temperature of 39°C, cyanotic mucous membranes and increased heart and respiratory rates. On nasogastric intubation, a large quantity of white smoke with a garlicky odour was emitted. The mare did...

Author(s)
Drolet, R.; Laverty, S.; Braselton, W. E.; Lord, N.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1996, 28, 2, pp 161-162
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G. pigs inhaled a highly antigenic aerosol of horse hair and dander extract for varying periods and were subjected to shock by the same method after 21 days. When the total exposure time of 18 hours was kept constant, strong sensitization was only achieved if the animals were exposed to the aerosol ...

Author(s)
Herxheimer, H.; West, T.
Citation
Journal of Physiology, 1955, 127, pp 564-571
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D. gives statistics of animal losses in the Great War due to poison gases. He remarks that the figures are probably unreliable, as many cases of bronchopneumonia, etc., were not recognized as being due to gas; he also speaks of skin lesions being sometimes wrongly diagnosed as mange. [This...

Author(s)
Dildine, S. C.
Citation
Veterinary Bulletin. United States Army, 1938, 32, pp 167-191

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