By Celia Marr BVMS MVM PhD MRCVS, Mark Bowen BVetMed PhD CertEM(IntMed) MRCVS
A multi-contributed, cutting-edge reference on equine cardiology. Divided into three sections, the textual content covers body structure and pharmacology, diagnostic suggestions, and scientific difficulties. reports contemporary advancements in learn and perform. comprises a number of colour and black-and-white illustrations.
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Sometimes slight movement back and forth with the tip of the NGT as well as gently blowing into the NGT will initiate a swallow. If the horse is not swallowing the tip of the NGT, changing to the other naris can help on occasion. Once the patient has swallowed and the NGT has been advanced, determining correct placement is paramount. 3 Schematic illustration of the nasal passages, pharynx, and stomach demonstrating passage of the NGT. esophagus on the left ventrolateral aspect of the neck. In other horses it can only be identified by palpation.
5 Prolonged CRT. Source: Courtesy of Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. tion for intravenous fluid therapy. 99). Jugular refill time Jugular refill time is measured by holding off the jugular vein in the lower neck and observing the time taken to fill the vein. Jugular refill time should be <2 s in a well-hydrated horse. , large colon volvulus) and indicates hypovolemia and the need for intravenous fluids (p. 99). Extremity temperature Extremities (distal limbs, ears, nose) should be warm to the touch.
In some cases, the pedicle of the lipoma can be identified encircling the distal small colon/rectum and prohibiting cranial movement of the examiner’s hand and arm further into the rectum. Other considerations are an enterolith or fecalith. 6). 7), which can be definitively diagnosed using palpation per rectum. Endoscopic examination may be useful for grading rectal tears. See Complications (p. 36). 6 Occasionally an enterolith can be palpated in the small colon. 7 Rectal tear. (a) Grade 1 involving the mucosa and submucosa, (b) grade 2 involving the inner circular and outer longitudinal muscle layers only, (c) grade 3A involving all layers with the serosa intact and grade 3B involving all layers with the mesorectum intact, and (d) grade 4 full thickness tear.
Cardiology of The Horse by Celia Marr BVMS MVM PhD MRCVS, Mark Bowen BVetMed PhD CertEM(IntMed) MRCVS