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Enteral Fluid Therapy for Horses (PDF Download Available)

Enteral fluid therapy is a simple, inexpensive, and effective way to administer flu- ids in horses with many clinical conditions, such as dehydration, large colon impaction, and kidney failure. Careful patient selection and continuous monitoring are essential. Enteral fluid therapy, however, cannot be administered when transit ...


Administration of enteral fluid therapy: methods, composition of

The physiological basis for enteral fluid therapy, indications and contraindications for this treatment in horses have been discussed in the companion paper (Lopes 2002a). Despite the potential benefits of enteral fluid therapy, it has barely been mentioned in the current literature. In this article, the methods of administration ...


Dehydration and fluid therapy

FLUID THERAPY 6.2. 127. Clinical signs of dehydration can be difficult to interpret as they can be affected by many other factors and do not become apparent in horses until they are at least 3–5% dehydrated. Signs to look out for include: reduced or absent urination cool extremities – cool nose, ears (may not be see in heat ...


A physiological approach to fluid and electrolyte therapy in the horse

Equine vet. J. (198l), 13(1), 7-14. 7. Commissioned A rt i c I es. A physiological approach to fluid and electrolyte therapy in the horse. R. J . ROSE. Department of Veterinary Clinical Studies, University of S ydne y, New South WaIes2006, Australia. Summary. In this article a physiological approach to fluid therapy is discussed ...


Fluid therapy in horses with gastrointestinal disease

Fluid therapy in horses with gastrointestinal disease. Janyce L. Seahorn, DVM, MS a,*,. Thomas L. Seahorn, DVM, MSb a629 Craig Lane, Georgetown, KY 40324, USA. bInternist, Department of Internal Medicine, Hagyard-Davidson- McGee Equine Associates,. 4250 Ironworks Pike Lexington, KY, USA. Restoration ...


Treating Acute Colitis*

of acute equine colitis, the volume of each fecal episode and the frequency (e.g., five to six times per day) of diarrhea are only moder- ate, so the patient can maintain an acceptable hydration state without supplementary intra- venous crystalloid fluid therapy. When a fluid therapy plan is designed, it is important to remember ...


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When body fluids are lost, levels of electrolytes often become low or unbalanced, so fluid therapy plays an important role in correcting these disturbances. In diseases such as diarrhoea or colic, fluid therapy is often the most important treatment to save a horse's life. To give intravenous fluids, a vet has to 'place' a catheter - a ...

Intravenous Fluids.pdf

Intravenous fluid therapy in the horse

Page 78 • VOL28 • March 2013 • Veterinary Nursing Journal. Intravenous fluid therapy in the horse. Shaun A. McKane. BVSc BSc(vet) PhD DACVIM DECEIM MRCVS. Cotts Equine Hospital, Roberston Wathen, Pembrokeshire, SA678EY. UK. ABSTRACT. Intravenous fluid therapy is an important part of critical patient care.


Fluid & Electrolyte Therapy

Monitor cardiopulmonary status carefully. • Monitor packed cell volume and total plasma protein levels: maintain PCV > 20% and. TPP > 4 g/dl. Normal fluid administration rates during anesthesia. • Dogs, cats: 10 - 20 ml/kg/hr. • Horses, cattle: 5 - 10 ml/kg/hr. Fluid & Electrolyte Therapy. 4 of 11. Veterinary Surgery I, VMED ...


Evaluation of Equine Albumin Solution in Fluid Therapy in Horses

Apr 10, 2012 ... Equine albumin solution can be a good therapeutic option in fluid replacement for treatment of horses with colic. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of initial fluid therapy with equine albumin solution in horses presenting with colic and mild-to-moderate dehydration, and to compare this ...


Supportive Therapy in the Anesthetized Horse

monitoring blood pressure in anesthetized horses, and use of medication to treat hypotension can reduce the ... horse make treatment of anesthetic emergencies and post-anesthetic complications more difficult .... Fluid administration during anesthesia will correct pre-existing dehydration if present, provide volume to offset ...

Supportive Therapy In The Anesthetized Horse4.pdf

Guide to Veterinary Treatment during an Event

Declaration for the administration of altrenogest to mares competing in FEI competitions. Veterinary Form 3 (previously (prior to 2013 FEI Veterinary Regulations) ETUE 3. Authorisation for the use of medication and supportive therapies not included on the FEI. Equine Prohibited Substances List (such as rehydration fluids ...

Guide_to_the_use_and_authorization_of_veterinary_treatment_during_an_FEI_event_2 UPDATE.pdf

Systemic, Renal, and Colonic Effects of Intravenous and Enteral

Background: Intravenous (IV) and intragastric (IG) administration of fluid therapy are commonly used in equine prac- tice, but there are limited data on the systemic, renal, and enteric effects. Hypothesis: IV fluid administration will increase intestinal and fecal hydration in a rate-dependent manner after hyper-.


Equine endotoxaemia — A state-of-the-art review of therapy

management of endotoxaemia and it should form the cornerstone. 46 Australian Veterinary Journal Volume 83, Nos 1 8C 2, ]anuary, February 2005 of therapy. Readers are referred to a recent review by Corley37 for more detailed discussion on the principles of 1V fluid therapy and electrolytes in the horse. Non steroidal ...


Practical Approach to Fluid Therapy in Neonates

Fluid Therapy. Glucose Support. •Birth - glucogensis. Normal fetus is born before gluconeogenesis begins. Low birth blood glucose. • Neonatal foal 25-35 mg/dl. • Birth stress can modulate – calves. • If dam is hyperglycemic – ↑neonates birth glucose level. Continues to drop for the first few hours of life.

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Fluid Therapy in Foals

Jul 12, 2014 ... Fluid Therapy in Neonatal Foals. Dr. Melissa Hines, University of Tennessee. “ Not your mother's fluid space” - Dr. JE Palmer. I. Physiologic differences between neonatal foals and adult horses. • Higher total body water – largely due to higher interstitial fluid volume. Fluid compartment. Adults. Foals. TBW.


Cecal Impaction in Horses

Medical treatment includes administration of oral laxatives as well as intravenous and oral fluid therapy. Cecal impactions are generally presented as fluid filled or solid filled. The latter is an impaction of dehydrated ingesta, whereas the former tends to involve functional failure of the cecum to empty.1. Fluid-filled impactions  ...


Acute Blood Loss

these therapies. After cessation of bleeding, fluid resus- citation is the primary aim in treating affected horses. Fluid Resuscitation Strategy. Therapy of acute blood loss depends on the form of hemorrhage. The treatment goals for uncontrolled hemorrhage (e.g., intraabdominal, uterine arterial, or pulmonary hemorrhage) are ...


Enteral Fluid Therapy in Horses: Effects of Maintenance Hypotonic

Nov 22, 2016 ... Original Research. Enteral Fluid Therapy in Horses: Effects of Maintenance. Hypotonic Electrolyte Solutions Containing Maltodextrin,. Sucrose, or Dextrose Administered in Continuous Flow. José D. Ribeiro Filho*, Ana E. Pessin, Leandro A. Fonseca, Waleska M.F. Dantas, Caio M. Costa,. Pedro A.N. Ermita ...


Colic is one of the most dreaded conditions horse owners and

IV and oral fluid therapy can be combined to provide the best chance of hydrating and moving the impaction through the intestinal tract. Pelvic flexure impactions that fail to respond to medical therapy can require surgery. Reasons for taking a pelvic flexure impaction to surgery include high levels of pain in the horse.

Impaction Colic and Hydration-Frazer.pdf