Nitroglycerine for Laminitis: Use Caution

One California farrier saw the patches used on a miniature horse which had suffered repeated bouts of acute laminitis. The patches were credited with swift recovery. When the horse was sent home, it was accidentally overfed, relapsed, and the owner applied additional patches and averted more disaster. Nitroglycerine patches come in several dosages, sizes, and shapes.

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