Plasma Catecholamines, Sweat Electrolytes and Physiological Responses of Exercised Normal, Partial Anhidrotic and Anhidrotic Horses

@article{Bashir2009PlasmaCS,
  title={Plasma Catecholamines, Sweat Electrolytes and Physiological Responses of Exercised Normal, Partial Anhidrotic and Anhidrotic Horses},
  author={Ajmal Bashir and Abdullah Rasedee},
  journal={American Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={26-31}
}
  • A. BashirA. Rasedee
  • Published 31 March 2009
  • Chemistry
  • American Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Problem statement: Malaysia imports horses from temperate countries to develop equine sports in the country. Several of these horses developed partial and complete anhidrosis. Approach: Normal, partial anhidrotic and anhidrotic horses were exercised to determine their sweating and physiological responses to exercise. The heart and respiratory rates, rectal temperature and blood samples were obtained before the horses were lunged at 10 km h-1 for 1 h and at again at 15, 30, 45, 60 min and 24 h… 

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