Case Reports: Osteomyelitis in a Young Draft Horse; Quarter Horse Gelding with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Author(s): Patterson Donna, Ford Peter R, Gallon Marlene D
Issue: Jul/Aug 1997 - Compounding for Animals
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Abstract: This case report recounts treatment of a year-old, 750-lb Plersheron draft horse that developed osteomyelitis in a leg broken when the animal was a colt. Treatment involved chloramphenicol in an apple-flavored, oral vet paste. The patient loved his medication, was up to over 900 lbs after 8 weeks of treatment and received a clean bill of health.
Related Keywords: animals, disease, veterinary, horse, prednisolone, clenbuterol, beclomethasone, chloramphenicol, osteomyelitis, veterinary, horse, animals
Related Categories: PAIN MANAGEMENT, VETERINARY, CASE REPORTS
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