This podcast features recordings from two sessions from BEVA Congress 2019. Natasha Jocelyn discusses recently published Medicine papers and Bruce Bladon gives an update on recent Surgery papers.
EVJ on the Hoof Podcast No 7, February 2020 - Equine cheek tooth extraction: Comparison of outcomes for five extraction methods by Caramello et al.
This podcast discusses the paper 'Equine cheek tooth extraction: Comparison of outcomes for five extraction methods'
EVJ on the hoof Podcast, No 6, January 2020- Radiographic and arthroscopic features of third carpal bone slab fractures and their impact on racing performance following arthroscopic repair
This podcast discusses the paper 'Radiographic and arthroscopic features of third carpal bone slab fractures and their impact on racing performance following arthroscopic repair in a population of racing Thoroughbreds in the UK’
EVJ In Conversation Podcast No. 41, December 2019- In this podcast Rhiannon Morgan discusses lameness with René van Weeren and Sue Dyson
This podcast is linked to the Practical uses of quantitative gait analysis virtual issue, published in the Equine Veterinary Journal
Other related articles include:
- Do we have to redefine lameness in the era of quantitative gait analysis?
- Letter to the Editor: Do we have to redefine lameness in the era of quantitative gait analysis?
- What is lameness and what (or who) is the gold standard to detect it?
This edition of the EVJ on the hoof podcast discusses the paper 'Fasciola hepatica in horses' by A. K. Howell, F. Malalana, N. J. Beesley, J. E. Hodgkinson, H. Rhodes, M. Sekiya, D. Archer, H. E. Clough, P. Gilmore, and D. J. L. Williams
In this podcast Stephanie Veraa discusses her paper on caudal cervical vertebral morphological variation.
Link to paper:
In this edition of EVJ In Conversation Podcast, David Bardell talks about his article entitled 'Differences in plasma and peritoneal fluid proteomes identifies potential biomarkers associated with survival following strangulating small intestinal disease', and Michelle Delco talks about her article entitled 'Intra-articular anaesthesia of the equine stifle improves foot lameness'.
Links to the papers:
Differences in plasma and peritoneal fluid proteomes identifies potential biomarkers associated with survival following strangulating small intestinal disease, D Bardell, PI Milner, K Goljanek-Whysall, MJ Peffers
- Intra-articular anaesthesia of the equine stifle improves foot lameness, A Radtke, LA Fortier, S Regan, S Kraus, ML Delco
In this podcast Gal Kelmer discusses the use of medical grade honey in wounds and Andrew van Eps discusses digital hypothermia in laminitis.
Intralesional application of medical grade honey improves healing of surgically treated lacerations in horses H H Mandel, G A Sutton, E Abu, G Kelmer
Continuous digital hypothermia prevents lamellar failure in the euglycaemic hyperinsulinaemic clamp model of equine laminitis S M Stokes, J K Belknap, J B Engiles, D Stefanovski, F R Bertin, C E Medina-Torres, R Horn, A W van Eps