New Sling Shows Promise in Clinical Setting

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Practitioners need to quickly assess an acutely recumbent (unable to stand) horse's prognosis, and that can be difficult. Putting a horse in the Andersen Sling Support Device (ASSD), the gold standard for equine slings, requires at least six people and an anesthetized horse. University of California, Davis, veterinarians recently applied a new sling in a clinical setting and found that it was

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