WEVA (World Equine Veterinary Association) 1999 Convention Tidbits

Veterinarian Daniel Jean, MSc, DACVIM, of the veterinary school at Alfort in France, gave a review about smoke inhalation in horses. Jean said that controlling pain, fever, and inflammation are the most important aspects of horses which suffer from smoke inhalation. In one emergency situation with eight horses, seven survived with intensive care. The main problems suffered by the horses were

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