3 Must-reads on equine medicine
Brush up on your equine medicine knowledge with these 3 articles that cover the latest diagnosis and treatment methods.
Horses are unique animals that often come with many caveats—especially when it comes to providing effective veterinary care. To help bolster your equine knowledge, we have selected 3 articles that encompass the latest diagnosis and treatment options available for the most prevalent conditions.
From tips on performing an equine sinoscopy to using an endoscopy as a diagnostic tool for various respiratory conditions—there’s something for everyone. Happy reading!
- Sinoscopy in the standing horse: Discover how a sinoscopy can enable good visualization and treatment of paranasal sinus disease while offering a minimally invasive option.
- Equine influenza virus: A brief review: Explore insight surrounding the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of equine influenza virus (EIV), plus learn how to diagnose the condition, what the current preventive measures are, and beyond.
- Endoscopy and respiratory disease in horses: Kate L. Hepworth-Warren, DVM, DACVIM, shares some clinical signs that warrant an endoscopy and offers pointers on upper airway evaluation, lower airway evaluation, and more.
Editors note: All veterinary technician content for this month is supported by Banfield Pet Hospital.