Now though, thanks to equine veterinary simulators students can learn to hone their craft prior to rehearsing with live horses.
The ability to interpret vital signs plays a key role in knowing whether to monitor the horse on your own or to call the vet immediately in an emergency.
Sepsis is a systemic inflammatory response to infection, which can affect the prognosis of horses in emergency situations.
In this article veterinarian Dr. Ashley Whitehead prepares horse owners for an emergency or referral visit to an equine hospital.
Discover the therapeutic uses of a laser, and how this technology is leading to incredible breakthroughs in equine medicine.
Spurred by the human genome project – the plan to map the entire human genome – these scientists hoped to do the same thing for the horse.
Even the healthiest, most pampered horse in the safest barn can suffer an injury or other emergency. Besides being prepared with medical supplies and staying calm, what else can you do while waiting for your veterinarian to arrive?
A horse sporting a swollen leg? What is causing it? As big and strong as horses are, their legs are quite sensitive and subject to a variety of problems.
This article will provide readers with some valuable information to help perform both intramuscular and subcutaneous injections.
In this article readers can get a better understanding of how to develop an effective deworming program and avoid drug resistance.