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1. Radiography and ultrasound of the equine neck.

Diagnostic imaging of the equine neck is undertaken for a wide variety of conditions. In many cases, radiography is the principal imaging modality, often complemented by ultrasound examination. Common conditions encountered include osteoarthritis, articular process joint osteochondral...

Author(s) : Dixon, J. J.; Meehan, L.

Publisher : MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK

Journal article : UK-Vet Equine 2021 Vol.5 No.4 pp.142-149 ref.14

2. Diagnosis and treatment of sacroiliac joint region pain in horses.

The sacroiliac joint and pain deriving from this complex region remains poorly understood in horses, although our understanding grows as the body of literature grows. A deeper understanding can be derived from the richer body of literature in human sacroiliac joint pain as the disease processes and ...

Author(s) : Stack, J. D.; Harley, J.

Publisher : MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK

Journal article : UK-Vet Equine 2021 Vol.5 No.4 pp.150-157

3. Factors that cause bandage complications in equines and how they can be resolved.

Bandaging equine limbs in practice is carried out by nearly all veterinary team members, although in many practices it is the nurse's responsibility for placement, care and maintenance of the bandage during the patient's time at the hospital. It is a vital part of the veterinary nurse's role to...

Author(s) : Bennett, C. M.

Publisher : MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK

Journal article : UK-Vet Equine 2021 Vol.5 No.4 pp.168-173 ref.30

4. Recovering horses after general anaesthesia.

The recovery phase after general anaesthesia in horses is associated with significant risk. Optimising recovery safety and improving outcomes is an active area of research in the equine veterinary literature. Several risk factors which may negatively influence recovery quality have been identified, ...

Author(s) : Loomes, K.; Louro, L.

Publisher : MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK

Journal article : UK-Vet Equine 2021 Vol.5 No.4 pp.174-182

5. Ex vivo mechanical testing of various suture patterns for use in tendon plating.

Objective: To determine the influence of suture patterns on resistance to gap formation after tendon plating Study Design: Ex vivo study Sample Population: Suspensory ligament and superficial and deep digital flexor tendons harvested from 16 neonatal cadaver foal limbs. Methods: Each...

Author(s) : Hale, M. J.; Zellner, E. M.; Naiman, J. H.; Kraus, K. H.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Veterinary Surgery 2021 Vol.50 No.6 pp.1296-1303 ref.42

6. What's in a warm-up? A preliminary investigation of how European dressage riders and show jumpers warm-up their horses for training and at competition.

Equestrian sports such as dressage and show jumping cause physical and physiological stress on the horses' musculoskeletal structures, which can lead to decreased performance and injury. Warming-up prior to intense exercise can increase utilisation of the aerobic pathway, increase performance and...

Author(s) : Chatel, M. M.; Williams, J. M.

Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands

Journal article : Comparative Exercise Physiology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 pp.99-108 ref.38

7. An evaluation of factors affecting show jumping warm-up on subsequent show jumping performance in 1.30 m class.

Show jumping causes physical and physiological stress on horses' musculoskeletal structures, which can lead to decreased performance and injury. Appropriate warm-ups can enhance performance, decrease injury risk, as well as increase oxygen kinetics for better efficiency. Despite this, little is...

Author(s) : Chatel, M. M.; Tabor, G.; Williams, J. R.; Williams, J. M.

Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands

Journal article : Comparative Exercise Physiology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 pp.109-121 ref.54

8. Speed of gaits in icelandic horses and relationships to sex, age, conformation measurements and subjective judges' scores.

The aim was to measure the mean and maximum speed and the range of speed in all gaits of Icelandic horses shown at a breed evaluation field test (BEFT). In addition, the effect of speed on scores for the gaits and whether speed was affected by age, sex and conformation measurements were...

Author(s) : Stefánsdóttir, G. J.; Jansson, A.; Ragnarsson, S.; Gunnarsson, V.

Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands

Journal article : Comparative Exercise Physiology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 pp.151-160 ref.32

9. Effect of hyperthermia and acidosis on equine skeletal muscle mitochondrial oxygen consumption.

The skeletal muscle of exercising horses develops pronounced hyperthermia and acidosis during strenuous or prolonged exercise, with very high tissue temperature and low pH associated with muscle fatigue or damage. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the individual effects of physiologically...

Author(s) : Davis, M. S.; Fulton, M. R.; Popken, A.

Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands

Journal article : Comparative Exercise Physiology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 pp.171-179

10. Validation of an equine fitness tracker: heart rate and heart rate variability.

The adoption of fitness tracker devices to monitor training in the equine market is in full expansion. However, the validity of most of these devices has not been assessed. The aim of this study was to examine the validity of heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV) measurements during...

Author(s) : Woort, F. ter; Dubois, G.; Didier, M.; Erck-Westergren, E. van

Publisher : Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands

Journal article : Comparative Exercise Physiology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 pp.189-198 ref.30

11. HOX gene expressions in cultured articular and nasal equine chondrocytes.

Osteoarthritis the quality and span of life in horses. Previous studies focused on nasal cartilage as a possible source for autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) in cartilage defects in humans. "HOX gene-negative" nasal chondrocytes adapted articular HOX patterns after implantation into caprine ...

Author(s) : Storch, C.; Fuhrmann, H.; Schoeniger, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.9 ref.51

12. Malformation of a mesocolon as a cause of colic in an Arabian foal.

This paper describes a case of partial lack of the mesocolon in a 7-month-old colt. The foal was referred to the hospital with clinical signs of severe abdominal distension of a few hours duration. Because analgesics did not relieve pain, the foal remained uncomfortable, and distension of the...

Author(s) : Turek, B.; Stefanik, E.; Kozłowska, N.; Drewnowska-Szczepakowska, O.; Górski, K.; Mickiewicz, J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Veterinary Sciences 2021 Vol.8 No.9 ref.30

13. Identification of Thoroughbred racehorse welfare issues by industry stakeholders.

Identifying key welfare issues for thoroughbred racehorses could lead to an improvement in standards. A lack of scientific information on the relative importance of key issues was addressed by soliciting the views of, first, welfare experts in the industry and, second, a broader group of...

Author(s) : Mactaggart, G.; Waran, N.; Phillips, C. J. C.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.5 ref.85

14. Use of electrical impedance tomography (EIT) to estimate tidal volume in anaesthetized horses undergoing elective surgery.

This study explores the application of electric impedance tomography (EIT) to estimate tidal volume (VT) by measuring impedance change per breath (ΔZbreath). Seventeen healthy horses were anaesthetised and mechanically ventilated for elective procedures requiring dorsal recumbency. Spirometric VT...

Author(s) : Crivellari, B.; Raisis, A.; Hosgood, G.; Waldmann, A. D.; Murphy, D.; Mosing, M.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.5 ref.45

15. Enhanced understanding of horse-human interactions to optimize welfare.

Horses (Equus caballus) have been domesticated for millennia and are regularly utilized for work, sport, and companionship. Enhanced understanding of human-horse interactions can create avenues to optimize their welfare. This review explores the current research surrounding many aspects of...

Author(s) : Merkies, K.; Franzin, O.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.5 ref.81

16. Effects of sand, asphalt and 3-degree hind toe or heel elevation on horse kinematics.

Background: Although the effects of both the surfaces and plantar angles on equine locomotion have been widely discussed, limited scientific data are available. Methods: Our objectives were to determine the effects of two surfaces (asphalt and sand) and of 3-degree hind toe or heel elevation on...

Author(s) : Caure, S.; Bonomelli, N.; Carro, M.; Leveillard, D.; Blanville, F.; Mortagne, P.; Cousty, M.; Weller, R.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Veterinary Record 2021 Vol.188 No.4 pp.277-288

17. Using worm egg count data to detect and counter trends in equine helminth abundance.

In this article the author describes how data can be used to both increase understanding of trends in equine helminth abundance and drive better treatment of individual horses.

Author(s) : Dijk, J. van

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Veterinary Record 2021 Vol.188 No.5 ref.7

18. Qualitative study of the influence of horse-owner relationship during some key events within a horse's lifetime.

Background: There is a lack of research exploring how the horse-human relationship influences horse owners' decision-making. The aim of this study was to investigate how an owner's relationship with their horse affects decisions around key events during their horse's lifetime. Methods: An online...

Author(s) : Clough, H.; Roshier, M.; England, G.; Burford, J.; Freeman, S.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Veterinary Record 2021 Vol.188 No.6 ref.1

19. Effects of storage time and temperature on thromboelastographic analysis in dogs and horses.

Background: The accessibility of thromboelastography (TEG) to general practitioners is limited by short sample storage times (30 minutes) and storage temperatures (20-23°C). Objectives: We aimed to evaluate the stability of canine and equine citrated blood samples when stored for extended periods...

Author(s) : Lemon, A. V.; Goddard, A.; Hooijberg, E. H.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Veterinary Clinical Pathology 2021 Vol.50 No.1 pp.9-19 ref.61

20. Validation of a flow cytometric assay to detect intraerythrocytic reactive oxygen species in horses.

Background Oxidative stress refers to the accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Most assays for ROS detection are costly, laborious, and usually use indirect markers. The use of 2',7' dichlorodihydrofluorescein diacetate (DCFH-DA) is a possible alternative. This substance becomes a...

Author(s) : Serpa, P. B. S.; Woolcock, A.; Taylor, S. D.; Santos, A. P. dos

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Veterinary Clinical Pathology 2021 Vol.50 No.1 pp.20-27 ref.25

21. Equine peripheral cemental defects and dental caries: four case reports.

This study reports four cases of peripheral cemental defects and dental caries in horses and possible predisposing factors. The cases demonstrated different scenarios, which indicate possible predisposing factors. Feeding regime, pH of the drinking water and periodontal disease may be such risk...

Author(s) : Lundström, T.; Birkhed, D.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Equine Veterinary Education 2021 Vol.33 No.6 pp.286-286 ref.24

22. Complex pastern injuries involving the scutum medium in ten horses.

No description of injuries to the equine scutum medium exists in the veterinary literature. The purpose of this case series is to describe the clinical findings, diagnostic imaging findings, treatment and outcome of 10 horses with complex pastern injuries involving the scutum medium. Horses with...

Author(s) : Bergstrom, T.; Bass, L.; Daglish, J.; Moorman, V.; Griffin, J.; Barrett, M.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Equine Veterinary Education 2021 Vol.33 No.6 pp.287-287

23. Long bone failure after intraosseous regional perfusion.

A 5-year-old Australian Stock Horse gelding was initially referred to the Charles Sturt University Veterinary Clinical Centre (CSUVCC) for assessment of a penetrating laceration over the medial splint bone (second metacarpal bone) of the left foreleg. Clinical examination failed to reveal a...

Author(s) : Slack-Smith, V.; Davies, H. M. S.; Hilbert, B. J.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Equine Veterinary Education 2021 Vol.33 No.3 pp.e30-e32

24. Cell-based therapeutic strategies for osteoarthritis in equine patients: basic knowledge for clinical practitioners.

Cell-based therapies for the treatment of osteoarthritis in equine patients experienced a real boom within the last few years. In every day medical practice, attending veterinary surgeons extract patient's blood or other autologous tissue samples and process the material for the purpose of...

Foreign Title :Zellbasierte therapeutika zur behandlung der osteoarthritis beim pferd: grundlagenwissen für den praktiker.

Author(s) : Roth, S. P.; Brehm, W.; Troillet, A.

Publisher : Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Stuttgart, Germany

Journal article : Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.189-202 ref.104

25. A comparison of haematological and biochemical blood indices between the žemaitukai and Arabian horses participating in endurance competitions.

The study was conducted on 30 clinically healthy Arabian horses and 28 Žemaitukai horses that competed in endurance race over the same distance (40 km). Blood samples were taken before and immediately after the exercise. The environmental conditions during the competitions varied, with a mean...

Author(s) : Poškiene, I.; Juozaitiene, V.; Antanaitis, R.

Publisher : University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic

Journal article : Acta Veterinaria Brno 2021 Vol.90 No.2 pp.159-169 ref.47