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Journal August 2013 (Vol 34, No 8)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Equine Essentials: Case Report: Rehabilitating a Foal After Trauma by Jane Ebben , CVT, VTS (LAIM)

1. Which signs are associated with central and peripheral vestibular lesions?
2. For which of the following was dimethyl sulfoxide used in this case?
3. Which of the following is true regarding free radicals?
4. How much mare’s milk (as a percentage of a foal’s body weight per day) does a healthy foal normally consume?
5. Mannitol is used to
6. What does a foal with failure of passive transfer require?
7. Nystagmus refers to movement of the
8. Flunixin meglumine is used for its ____________ effects.
9. Which of the following is used to treat failure of passive transfer?
10. How should a foal be lifted to a standing position?
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