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perioperative feeding protocols in horses. The primary objective of this study was to compare manure output, selected anesthetic outcomes (hypoxemia and hypotension), water intake, and development of PAC in horses that were not fasted prior to or following

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

parameters and full weight-bearing on the left front limb. On day 5 post operative, the mare had a decreased appetite and decreased manure output. Abdominal palpation per rectum at this time did not yield any significant findings. The mare was treated with 6

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out) on at-risk crias to quantify manure output. Diarrhea was reported historically or observed on evaluation in 6 of 12 crias. The exact nature of this association remains undetermined. Potential causative agents (small intestinal nematodiasis

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veterinarian. Complete physical examinations (heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, borborygmi, mucous membrane color, capillary refill time, manure output, and subjective assessment of pain) were performed every 6 hours for the first 3 days

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

administration and specific adverse events observed. Nonblinded clinical observations included manure output and character (formed, soft, liquid, diarrhea), colic signs, and muscle fasciculations. Videos for blinded behavioral scoring (2-minute duration) were

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research