American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

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Inside Internal Medicine

July 02, 2013

Learn how an equine internal medicine specialist might be able to help your horse.... Read More

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Supplement Reduces Gastric Ulcer Reoccurrence

July 02, 2013

An LSU study found that, after omeprazole treatment, SmartGut Ultra reduced the return of ulcers in horses.... Read More

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Vitamin E Supplementation for Neurologic Disorders

June 27, 2013

One researcher reviews vitamin E supplementation in horses with neurologic disorders.... Read More

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ACVIM 2013: Comparing Human and Equine Neonates

June 14, 2013

Dr. Christine Gleason of Seattle Children's Hospital talks about the similarities between babies and foals.... Read More

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ACVIM Animal Survivor Video: Q Beat an Uncommon Infection

June 14, 2013

Meet Q, a Rocky Mountain Saddle Horse that survived proliferated enteropathy.... Read More

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ACVIM 2013: Animal Survivor Q Beat an Uncommon Infection

June 14, 2013

The ACVIM named Q one of their animal survivors after he successfully overcame proliferative enteropathy.... Read More

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Reef Receives Robert W. Kirk Award at 2013 ACVIM Forum

June 13, 2013

Virginia Reef, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, has focused her career on equine cardiology and ultrasonography. ... Read More

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ACVIM 2013: What is an Equine Internal Medicine Specialist?

June 12, 2013

Dr. Sarah Reuss describes the special care equine internal medicine specialists offer horses and their owners.... Read More

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Dr. Ford Bell to Address Veterinarians at 2013 ACVIM Forum

June 12, 2013

Ford W. Bell, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, will deliver the keynote address at the 2013 ACVIM Forum. ... Read More

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2013 ACVIM Forum to Explore 'One Medicine'

June 11, 2013

One Medicine is a key focus for several presentations during the 2013 ACVIM Forum.... Read More

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Cardiorespiratory Causes of Poor Equine Performance

August 17, 2012

In order for a horse to reach his athletic potential, his cardiorespiratory system must function properly.... Read More

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Equine Rabies Refresher

August 09, 2012

Equine rabies is invariably fatal once contracted, but preventable if proper steps are taken.... Read More

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Understanding Equine Movement Disorders

August 02, 2012

More research is needed to fully understand equine movement disorders such as shivers and stringhalt.... Read More

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Diagnosing and Managing Tetanus and Botulism in Horses

July 31, 2012

Vaccination reduces horses' risk of contracting tetanus and botulism, two often-fatal diseases.... Read More

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Identifying and Managing Acute Rhabdomyolysis in Horses

July 25, 2012

Understanding equine acute rhabdomyolysis can help ensure affected horses receive appropriate veterinary care.... Read More

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Horses' Physiologic Responses to Exercise

July 16, 2012

Physiologic and anatomic systems coordinate to allow a horse to reach his maximum athletic potential.... Read More

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Forage-Based Total Mixed Rations: Economical and Effective

July 13, 2012

Forage-based total mixed rations (TMRs) can offer an economical and effective horse feed option.... Read More

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Anti-Inflammatories Could Decrease EHV-1 Infection Rate

July 12, 2012

A recent study suggests anti-inflammatory drugs could reduce the rate of EHV-1 infection in horses.... Read More

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Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Cause Lung Inflammation?

July 10, 2012

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy results in high blood-oxygenation levels without inducing lung inflammation.... Read More

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Factors Associated with Surviving Potomac Horse Fever

July 09, 2012

Study finds PHF survival is linked to serum chloride concentration and oxytetracycline treatment.... Read More

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Cryotherapy for Laminitis Prevention after Lameness Onset

July 06, 2012

Cryotherapy prevented further lamellar damage in laminitic horses when used after lameness developed.... Read More

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Enteric Bacteria: Can Healthy Horses be Carriers?

July 11, 2011

Could a healthy horse in one's own backyard be a disease risk for other horses?... Read More

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Shipping Fever: Prevention is Key

July 05, 2011

Transportation is a rish factor for the development of broncho or pleuropneumonia (commonly known as shipping ... Read More

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Treating Horses with Tumors: New Technology Available

July 25, 2010

Sound-Eklin digital imaging company introduced the new Axxent Veterinary Electronic Brachytherapy System that will make it easier to perform radiation treatment in horses with tumors.... Read More

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More Foals Surviving Dystocia

July 25, 2010

Foals have a better chance of surviving dystocia if the mare is taken to an equine hospital as soon as the prolonged delivery is recognized, said Katherine Cole MacGillivray, VMD, Dipl. ACVIM, of Haygard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, K... Read More