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Free to download Vet articles

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CPR flow sheet for foals: a step by step guide to the resuscitation of foals in respiratory or cardiac arrest suitable for vets or distribution to owners and studs.

Field approach to the fractured limb: A guide to dealing with broken legs in the field, including information on splinting and bandaging to support the limb and the general prognosis for different fractures in adults and foals.

Interpretation of equine blood tests: free to download from the Equine Hospital Manual courtesy of Wiley-Blackwell publishers. Click here for further information on the Equine Hospital Manual.

How to perform a liver biopsy: free to download from the Equine Hospital Manual courtesy of Wiley-Blackwell publishers. Click here for further information on the Equine Hospital Manual.

It shouldn’t happen to a vet (Iatrogenic emergencies): None of the procedures carried out in veterinary medicine are completely risk free. This paper gives practical advice about how to deal with emergencies such as rectal tears, intra-carotid injections, liquid paraffin pneumonia, broken off uterine culture swabs and trans- tracheal catheters, ruptured guttural pouches and epitaxis following nasogastric intubation.

Fluid therapy in Private Practice: Discusses the differences and similarities between fluid therapy in private practice and at universities. This topic was presented by Dr Kevin Corley at the IVECCS conference in Chicago, 2009.

Equipment for foal medicine: These notes list equipment and drugs to carry in your car and in the hospital for vets who are dealing with foals. These notes are based on a lecture presented on a Whorl Publishing course in Newmarket.

How to diagnose and treat Lawsonia: Describes the features of this fairly rare disease of 2-8 month old foals, and discusses treatment options. These notes are based on a lecture delivered in Carrara, Italy for SIVE

Free to download Owner articles

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Resuscitation of foals at birth for owners and stud-personnel. This is a step by step guide on how to get your foal through the first few minutes of life if all is not well at birth. It is based on using the constant delivery resuscitator, designed by McCulloch Medical

Feeding the orphaned foal

Worming Programme Recommendations: General rules and an outline programme for deciding which kind of wormer to use at what time of year.

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