Environmental heat and airborne pollen concentration are associated with increased asthma severity in horses.

Abstract

REASON FOR PERFORMING STUDY Clinical exacerbations of severe equine asthma (formerly recurrent airway obstruction [RAO]) are more frequently reported during winter when horses are exposed to airborne dusts during stabling. However, we have also observed a worsening of clinical signs on days during a heatwave. OBJECTIVES To investigate the association… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/evj.12559

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