Equine vet tech
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triadan system | The Triadan system in the rabbit.
Elizabeth Pritchard saved to Holidays
Emergency Drugs (So important! Know uses and dosing.)
Sari Merz saved to Veterinary Medicine
As many of us are moving into spring (sorry those that are moving into fall! Maybe you can book mark this for your spring time exercise program!) I thought it would be helpful for us to understand how to take our horse’s vitals. We can use this information as we leg our horses up for [...]
Veterinary Abbreviations are all about the funny (and not so funny) abbreviation terms veterinary professionals use when writing down information on patients'
Casey Reas saved to Veterinary tech
Figure 22 from Equine Pregnancy: Physical Interactions Between the Uterus and Conceptus | Semantic Scholar
Fig. 22. Changes in fetal and uterine relationships. (A) Mobile fetus, transient uterine constriction, and shifts in allantoic fluid. (B) Fetus finds cranial presentation while confined to the uterine body by closed horns. (C) Hind limbs encased in a uterine horn; placental membranes are close to the limbs and are not shown. - "Equine Pregnancy: Physical Interactions Between the Uterus and Conceptus"
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What Are horse terms? When working in equine medicine, you start to hear some terms more often than others. Whether they are terms used by your colleagues or by clients, there will be some horse-related
Carol Glynn saved to Veterinary
Any injury that reduces the horse’s soundness can affect athletic performance, reduce the enjoyment derived from exercise for both horse and rider, and cause chronic pain and suffering. Unfortunately, lameness is a relatively common problem affecting horses of all types and occupational uses, and one of the more common causes of lameness is joint disease.
Nataša Gajić saved to Vet medicine