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Endotoxemia in horses. A review of cellular and humoral mediators involved in its pathogenesis.
  • D. D. Morris
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary internal medicine
  • 1 May 1991
Endotoxemia remains the leading cause of death in horses, being intimately involved in the pathogenesis of gastrointestinal disorders that cause colic and neonatal foal septicemia. Endotoxins,Expand
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Hemostatic and fibrinolytic indices in neonatal foals with presumed septicemia.
Thirteen coagulation tests evaluating hemostatic and fibrinolytic indices and serum cytokine and plasma endotoxin concentrations were obtained in 34 foals with a positive sepsis score (septic group)Expand
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Role of leukocytes in response to acute myocardial ischemia and reflow in dogs.
Recent evidence indicates that leukocytes (LEU) are large, stiff, viscous cells that naturally adhere to vascular endothelium. Their broad role in the early myocardial microvascular response to acuteExpand
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Effect of experimentally induced endotoxemia on serum interleukin-6 activity in horses.
A study was conducted to determine whether serum interleukin-6 (IL-6) activity increased in horses during experimentally induced endotoxemia and whether serum IL-6 activity correlated to changes inExpand
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Correlation of clinical and laboratory data with serum tumor necrosis factor activity in horses with experimentally induced endotoxemia.
Serum tumor necrosis factor (TNF) activity was quantitated in 8 horses given an IV infusion of endotoxin (0.03 micrograms of lipopolysaccharide/kg of body weight, from Escherichia coli 055:B5) inExpand
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Comparison of age, sex, breed, history and management in 229 horses with colic.
A study, at a university in south eastern USA, aimed to determine whether age, sex, breed, management and history differed in colic cases. A detailed history was obtained for 229 horses betweenExpand
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Passive transfer failure in horses: incidence and causative factors on a breeding farm.
A prospective study was performed to determine the incidence and associated maternal and managemental factors of failure of passive transfer (FPT) in foals on a breeding farm. The zinc sulfateExpand
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Renal clearance and fractional excretion of electrolytes over a 24-hour period in horses.
Four consecutive 6-hour urine collections were obtained from 10 healthy adult horses given free access to a complete pelleted ration and water. Samples of blood were collected from the jugular veinExpand
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Recognition and management of disseminated intravascular coagulation in horses.
  • D. D. Morris
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America. Equine…
  • 1 April 1988
This article reviews normal hemostasis in order to provide the reader with the basis for understanding the pathogenesis and manifestations (both clinical and laboratory) of disseminated intravascularExpand
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Hemostatic Indices in Healthy Foals from Birth to One Month of Age
Hemostatic indices were determined in 45 healthy light breed foals, from birth to 1 month of age, and in 20 healthy adult (>2 years of age) light breed horses. Blood samples were obtained from eachExpand
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