AAEP Convention

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Rantanen Honored as Distinguished Educator at Annual Convention

December 02, 2003

Norman W. Rantanen, DVM, PhD, MS, ACVR, was honored for his significant impact on the development and training of equine practitioners during the American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) 49th Annual Convention in New Orleans, La. He... Read More

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Internal Fixation Foundation Receives Distinguished Educator Honors at Annual Convention

December 02, 2003

Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Osteosynthesefragen/Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (A-O/ASIF) International Foundation's veterinary division was honored for its contributions to veterinary continuing education during the American... Read More

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Distinguished Educator Award Presented to Evans

December 02, 2003

Loren H. Evans, DVM, was recognized for his efforts as an educator and mentor during the American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) 49th Annual Convention in New Orleans, La. Presented to individuals who have significantly impacted the... Read More

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Equine Welfare Award Presented to Rodeo Group

December 02, 2003

The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) is the 2003 recipient of the American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) Equine Welfare Award, the Lavin Cup. Named for AAEP past president A. Gary Lavin, VMD, the award is presented... Read More

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Serving the Industry

November 01, 2003

YOUR GUIDE TO THE 2003 AAEP CONVENTION
NEW PRODUCTS AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is the leading provider of continuing education for veterinarians. Their... Read More

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Gary's Good Grub: New Orleans Edition

October 01, 2003

For those of you attending the 2003 AAEP Convention or Horseman's Day in New Orleans, La., the end of November, we asked Gary Norwood, DVM, a local racetrack practitioner, to help us put together a list of the best eating places in the city.... Read More

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2003 AAEP Annual Convention Heading to New Orleans

September 29, 2003

An international gathering of over 2,400 veterinarians is expected to explore the latest advances in equine veterinary care and research during the American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) 49th Annual Convention in New Orleans, La.,... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Learned Vets

March 01, 2003

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is the leading provider of continuing education for veterinarians who deal with horses. The association is also committed to educating horse owners, and that commitment is growing as... Read More

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Antimicrobial Resistance

March 01, 2003

Antimicrobial drugs in veterinary medicine have made a dramatic improvement in the health of our horses, but it's alarming when infections do not respond to these drugs. "It is not a new phenomenon, but there has been ever-growing concern about antim... Read More

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Veterinarians and Handling the Problem Horse

March 01, 2003

Fitch said that he often handles problem horses by himself, as a handler might not anticipate the interaction between him and the horse and can end up in the way or injured. Also, it's important to have a place where the horse can move around in case... Read More

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Equine Dentistry Discussed

March 01, 2003

I think we need to change the way we think about a lot of dental problems. The abnormal wear often is not the problem--the long tooth is often the healthiest tooth with nothing keeping it from erupting correctly. ... Read More

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Preventing EPM

March 01, 2003

Saville presented a summary of what is known about EPM, and he believes that with better understanding of the disease, wildlife management, risk-factor manipulation, prophylactic medications, and possible vaccination, that prevention of EPM can be at... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Further Reading

March 01, 2003

There were many more presentations and discussions at this year's AAEP Convention than could be contained in these pages. Other articles from the convention can be found online at Read More

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AAEP Convention: Horseman's Day

March 01, 2003

Horseman's Day, held for the third time as part of the annual AAEP convention, was another rousing success. Helping stimulate the interest and enthusiasm was the quality of the speakers. They couched their talks in terms the average horse owner... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Nutrition

March 01, 2003

A lot has happened in the field of equine nutrition research in the last five years.... Read More

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Botulism in Foals: A Survivable Disease

March 01, 2003

Botulism in foals less than six months of age is readily treated, with a survival rate of more than 95% in appropriately treated foals. Treatment can include nursing care, intravenous fluid support, nasogastric or nasoesophageal tube feeding... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Reproduction

March 01, 2003

The reproduction session was something of an A to Z seminar. It started with discussions on endometrial echotexture (ultrasound results) and using computer analysis to determine when a mare will ovulate, or has ovulated, and along the way... Read More

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Equine Emergency Rescue

March 01, 2003

Many of us have seen the daring and exciting rescues of horses shown on television--such as rescuing a horse hanging from a bridge, or one trapped in a river. Then there's the famous scene of a horse being rescued by helicopter. However, many of thes... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Respiratory Problems

March 01, 2003

INFLUENZA


"Diseases like flu and herpesvirus are always going to be problems for horse owners, and they are not going away," said Tom Chambers, PhD, of the University of Kentucky's Gluck Equine Research... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Milne Lecture--Bucked Shins

February 27, 2003

The Milne Lecture at the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Convention is also known as the State of the Art Lecture because each Milne Lecture, regardless of topic, is selected for its groundbreaking qualities and potential to... Read More

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Bone and Fracture Treatment in Horses

February 27, 2003

Bone does not heal, incorporating the scar tissue as seen in most all other tissues--it regenerates itself. It changes its shape and structure based on its use, and if broken can resume 100% of its former strength and function.... Read More

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AAEP Convention: Fractures of the Distal Phalanx

February 25, 2003

Fractures of the distal phalanx (also known as P3 or the coffin bone) are common, especially in racehorses, noted Tara S. Rabuffo, DVM, of the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center. She and her colleagues reviewed case records and all... Read More

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Gastroduodenoscopy: What to Expect

February 25, 2003

Veterinarians have a variety of ways to look inside your horse to see what might be bothering him. One of these methods is gastroduodenoscopy, which allows the veterinarian to see the interior of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum with the use... Read More

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AAEP 2002: Prevention and Control of Pneumonia Caused by Rhodococcus equi

February 21, 2003

Pneumonia caused by the bacteria Rhodococcus equi is an often-fatal disease that can be difficult to eradicate from affected farms. “The impact of this disease can be large because prevalence and case-fatality rates are often high;... Read More

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Learned Vets

February 21, 2003

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is the leading provider of continuing education for veterinarians who deal with horses. The association is also committed to educating horse owners, and that commitment is growing as... Read More