Pulmonary Gas Exchange , Anaerobic Metabolism , and EIPH Unchanged by Nasal Strip Application in Exercising Thoroughbreds

Abstract

Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) has been the subject of much investigation and documentation in the past 30 years since the observation that post-racing bleeding (previously thought to be of nasal origin, i.e., epistaxis) was, in fact, of pulmonary origin. Numerous studies have suggested that the primary etiopathogenesis is linked to stress… (More)

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