AAEP Convention 2005: Inflammatory Airway Disease

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A racehorse running at top speed breathes about 120 times per minute, moving about 12-15 liters of air per breath or 1,400-1,800 liters per minute. With this amount of airflow, it's not hard to imagine that any amount of airway inflammation can significantly affect performance. Unfortunately, the problem is common in horses, said Susan J. Holcombe, VMD, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, ACVECC, at the 2005

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