Effect of sedation on fore- and hindlimb lameness evaluation using body-mounted inertial sensors.


REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Diagnostic analgesia is an integral part of equine lameness examinations, but is challenging to perform in uncooperative horses. Using sedation to facilitate this might, because of analgesic and ataxia-inducing effects, interfere with lameness evaluation. OBJECTIVES To evaluate whether sedation with low-dose xylazine would… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/evj.12463


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