EVJ Podcast, No 17, Dec 2016 - Factors associated with outcome in 94 hospitalised foals diagnosed with neonatal encephalopathy & The effects of dose and diet on the pharmacodynamics of omeprazole

November 29, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Chris Sanchez discusses their paper, entitled 'Factors associated with outcome in 94 hospitalised foals diagnosed with neonatal encephalopathy' and Ben Sykes discusses their paper 'The effects of dose and diet on the pharmacodynamics of omeprazole in the horse'.

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EVJ Podcast, No 16, Oct 16 - Subchondral bone thickness on MRI to identify racehorses at risk of lateral condylar fracture & Sesamoiditis, subclinical ultrasonographic SSLBC & injury in Thoroughbreds.

October 3, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Tim Parkin discusses their paper, entitled 'Can we use subchondral bone thickness on high-field magnetic resonance images to identify Thoroughbred racehorses at risk of catastrophic lateral condylar fracture?' and Sarah Plevin discusses their paper 'Association between sesamoiditis, subclinical ultrasonographic suspensory ligament branch change and subsequent clinical injury in yearling Thoroughbreds'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months. 

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EVJ Podcast, No 15, Aug 2016 - Does oral prednisolone treatment increase acute laminitis? & Bacteraemia before, during and after tooth extraction in the absence of antimicrobial administration

August 12, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Jonathon Cheetham discusses their paper, entitled 'Transoesophageal ultrasound and computer tomographic assessment of the equine cricoarytenoid dorsalis muscle: Relationship between muscle geometry and exercising laryngeal function' and Isabelle Kern discusses their paper 'Bacteraemia before, during and after tooth extraction in horses in the absence of antimicrobial administration'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.

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EVJ Podcast, No 14,June 2016-Transoesophageal ultrasound and computer tomographic assessment of the equine CAD muscle (Cheetham) & Heat and airborne pollen association with equine asthma (Bullone)

June 1, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Jonathon Cheetham discusses their paper, entitled 'Transoesophageal ultrasound and computer tomographic assessment of the equine cricoarytenoid dorsalis muscle: Relationship between muscle geometry and exercising laryngeal function' and Michela Bullone discusses their paper 'Environmental heat and airborne pollen concentration are
associated with increased asthma severity in horses'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.

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EVJ Podcast,No 13,April 2016 - Proximal suspensory desmopathy in hindlimbs (S Dyson) & A comparison of arthroscopy to ultrasonography for identification of pathology of the equine stifle (L Goodrich)

April 27, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Sue Dyson discusses their paper, entitled 'Proximal suspensory desmopathy in hindlimbs: A correlative clinical, ultrasonographic, gross post mortem and histological study' and Laurie Goodrich discusses their paper 'A comparison of arthroscopy to ultrasonography for identification of pathology of the equine stifle'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.

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EVJ Podcast, No. 12, February 2016 - Epiduroscopy of the lumbosacral vertebral canal in the horse: Technique and endoscopic anatomy (T. Prange) & Movement asymmetry in working polo horses (T. Pfau)

February 3, 2016

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Dr T Prange discusses their paper 'Epiduroscopy of the lumbosacral vertebral canal in the horse: Technique and endoscopic anatomy' and Dr T Pfau discussed their paper 'Movement asymmetry in working polo horses'. These papers have been made free-to-access for the next 3 months.

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EVJ Podcast, No. 11, December 2015 - Epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance (T. Maddox)

November 30, 2015

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Rhiannon Morgan discusses the epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance with  Dr. Thomas Maddox (University of Liverpool), who has authored the paper 'Antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from horses: Epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance' (EVJ, 47:6, November 2015).

To read this paper, please click here.

To access the other papers included in EVJ's recently published virtual issue on the subject of antimicrobial resistance, please click here.  All papers in this virtual issue are free to access.

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EVJ Podcast, No. 10, October 2015 - Navigational ultrasound imaging (M. Lustgarten) & Role of subchondral bone remodelling in collapse of the articular surface (C. Whitton)

September 29, 2015

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Meghann Lustgarten discusses their paper, entitled ‘Navigational ultrasound imaging: A novel imaging tool for aiding interventional therapies of equine musculoskeletal injuries' and Chris Whitton discusses their paper 'Role of subchondral bone remodelling in collapse of the articular surface of Thoroughbred racehorses with palmar osteochondral disease’.<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

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EVJ Podcast, No. 9, August 2015 - Treatment of equine metabolic syndrome: a clinical case series (Ruth Morgan) & Comparison of the in-feed glucose test and the oral sugar test (Sarah Smith)

August 10, 2015

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Ruth Morgan discusses their paper, entitled ‘Treatment of equine metabolic syndrome: a clinical case series' and Sarah Smith discusses their paper ‘Comparison of the in-feed glucose test and the oral sugar test’.

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EVJ Podcast, No. 8, June 2015 - Unicortical condylar fracture of the Thoroughbred fetlock & Using percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for the management of trigeminal-mediated headshaking

June 4, 2015

In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Pete Ramzan discusses their paper, entitled 'Unicortical condylar fracture of the Thoroughbred fetlock' and Veronica Roberts discusses their paper 'Neuromodulation using percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for the management of trigeminal-mediated headshaking'.

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