Canine tracheal collapse
Tracheal collapse occurs most commonly in middle-aged, small breed dogs. Clinical signs are usually proportional to the degree of collapse, ranging from mild airway irritation and paroxysmal coughing ...
Emma Lagerlow 12:01pm January 7th, 2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: Time for change
Antimicrobials are an essential part of modern equine practice; imagining clinical practice without them seems far fetched, yet antimicrobial resistance is an escalating problem for all healthcare p...
Emma Lagerlow 12:55pm January 4th, 2016
Controlled Weight Loss Programs for Obese Dogs
The objective of this study was to to determine the outcome of a controlled weight loss programs for obese dogs, and to determine the factors associated with successful completion. This was a coh...
Emma Lagerlow 11:29am December 17th, 2015
Effects of Lidocaine Infusion during Experimental Endotoxemia in Horses
The clinical efficacy of IV infusion of lidocaine for treatment of equine endotoxemia has not been studied. Lidocaine infusion after exposure to lipopolysaccharide (LPS) will inhibit the inflam...
Emma Lagerlow 12:58pm December 16th, 2015
Genetic Susceptibility to Rhodococcus equi
Rhodococcus equi pneumonia is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in neonatal foals. Much effort has been made to identify preventative measures and new treatments for R. equi ...
Emma Lagerlow 12:50pm December 10th, 2015