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Welcome to EquiManagement’s podcast Disease Du Jour, where we delve into the research and current best practices for a variety of equine health problems with industry experts.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 23: Dr. Nicola Pusterla on Equine Coronavirus

Our guest for this episode of Disease Du Jour on equine coronavirus is Nicola Pusterla, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DAVDC-Equine.Topics of Discussion:Does equine coronavirus affect humans?What is equine coronavirus?Clinical signsSpreadDiagnosisTreatmentPreventionThank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

27 MIN6 d ago
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Ep. 23: Dr. Nicola Pusterla on Equine Coronavirus

Ep. 22: Equine Disease Communication Center ft. Dr. Nat White

This episode’s guest is Dr. Nat White, Professor Emeritus of Equine Surgery at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia, who will talk about theEquine Disease Communication Center. Dr. White was the driving force in its creation.Thank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

16 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 22: Equine Disease Communication Center ft. Dr. Nat White

Ep. 21: Dr. Steve O’Grady on White Line Disease

This episode’s guest is Steve O’Grady, DVM, MRCVS, a farrier with 40 years of experience, who owns Virginia Therapeutic Farriery. O’Grady discusses White Line Disease.White Line Disease Topics Discussed:Basic understandingMisnomer of nameOnychomycosisWhat causes separationRadiographs and “tapping” to determine affected areaDetermining treatmentappropriate farrieryContinuity of hoof for supportPrevention?Thank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

27 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 21: Dr. Steve O’Grady on White Line Disease

Ep. 20: Joint Injections ft. Dr. Rick Mitchell

This episode’s guest is Rick Mitchell, DVM, MRCVS, DACVSMR, Certified ISELP member, of Fairfield Equine Associates in Newtown, Connecticut. He practices equine medicine and surgery with an emphasis on lameness and imaging. In this episode, Mitchell discusses Proper Techniques for Equine Joint Injections in an Ambulatory Environment.Topics included in this discussion include:Establish the need for therapyJoint injections in the field doesn’t mean you are not careful and asepticProper prep of the horse—clipping is optionalGood planning for prep of items to be usedProper prep of injection siteRapid and efficient procedure—don’t leave time between joint prep and injectionHandling techniquesThank you to Merck Animal Health for sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

21 MINJAN 17
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Ep. 20: Joint Injections ft. Dr. Rick Mitchell

Ep. 19: Tendon and Ligament Injuries and Rehabilitation ft. Dr. Duncan Peters

This episode’s guest is Duncan Peters, DVM, DACVSMR, and a Certified ISELP Member, who will talk about equine tendon and ligament injuries and rehabilitation.

34 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Ep. 19: Tendon and Ligament Injuries and Rehabilitation ft. Dr. Duncan Peters

AAEP Convention Podcast | the Equine Neck

EquiManagement andDechra Veterinary Productshave teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts.This special episode’s guest is Dr. Kent Allen, owner of Virginia Equine Imaging in Middleburg, Virginia, and we will be discussing the equineneck. Topics covered in this special AAEP Convention podcast include:Diagnosis and treatment of arthritis in the neckEPM as it relates to diagnosing and treating neurologic horses that might have concurrent neck issues

28 MIN2019 DEC 11
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AAEP Convention Podcast | the Equine Neck

AAEP Convention Podcast | Endometritis

EquiManagement andDechra Veterinary Productshave teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts. This special episode’s guest is Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, DACT, who discusses endometritis.Topics covered in this special AAEP Convention podcast include:Inflammatory vs infectious endometritisThe ramifications of inflammatory endometritisBiofilms and the role these might play in chronic infections

32 MIN2019 DEC 9
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AAEP Convention Podcast | Endometritis

AAEP Convention Podcast | Lameness in the Equine Foot

EquiManagement and Dechra Veterinary Products have teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts!This special episode’s guest is Steve O’Grady, DVM, MRCVS, and a farrier with 40 years of experience, who owns Virginia Therapeutic Farriery. O’Grady discusses Lameness in the Equine Foot.Lameness in the Foot TopicsWhat are some of the most common issues veterinarians face when called out to see a "lame" horse?Why is history so important to a lameness diagnosis?Can you discuss why and how vets and farriers need to use conformation in their lameness diagnoses?You have said over 70% of forelimb lamenesses affect the foot. What is your "system" for working up a lameness of the foot?Can you talk about applying good farriery rather than applying appliances to help a lame horse?

25 MIN2019 DEC 8
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AAEP Convention Podcast | Lameness in the Equine Foot

Ep. 18: Equitarian Initiative ft. Dr. Tracy Turner

This episode’s guest is Dr. Tracy Turner, owner of Turner Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery. He will be talking about the non-profit equine medical group Equitarian Initiative. That group’s mission is to “prepare volunteer veterinarians worldwide to deliver health care and education to improve the health, nutrition, productivity, and welfare of horses, donkeys and mules, and to empower their care providers for sustainable change.”

25 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Ep. 18: Equitarian Initiative ft. Dr. Tracy Turner

Ep. 17: Strangles ft. Dr. Rob Holland

Topics covered in this episode:What is strangles and why is it so difficult to deal with?Testing for stranglesHow long does strangles live live in the environment?Asymptomatic strangles carriersHandling and active outbreak, including vaccination and dealing with weanlingsRoutes of transmissionEndemic cycles/herd immunityCan we eliminate strangles?About Dr. Rob Holland: This episode's guest is Robert Holland, DVM, PhD, a private practice veterinarian in the Central Kentucky area focusing on respiratory problems and infectious diseases. His topic is The Science of Strangles.Holland received is Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, and he received his PhD in Veterinary Medicine: Virology, at the University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Center in 2001.Holland has worked globally consulting with countries and jurisdictions to contain and prevent the spread of disease. He has worked domestically with the USDA and many state ve...

25 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Ep. 17: Strangles ft. Dr. Rob Holland

Latest Episodes

Ep. 23: Dr. Nicola Pusterla on Equine Coronavirus

Our guest for this episode of Disease Du Jour on equine coronavirus is Nicola Pusterla, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DAVDC-Equine.Topics of Discussion:Does equine coronavirus affect humans?What is equine coronavirus?Clinical signsSpreadDiagnosisTreatmentPreventionThank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

27 MIN6 d ago
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Ep. 23: Dr. Nicola Pusterla on Equine Coronavirus

Ep. 22: Equine Disease Communication Center ft. Dr. Nat White

This episode’s guest is Dr. Nat White, Professor Emeritus of Equine Surgery at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia, who will talk about theEquine Disease Communication Center. Dr. White was the driving force in its creation.Thank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

16 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 22: Equine Disease Communication Center ft. Dr. Nat White

Ep. 21: Dr. Steve O’Grady on White Line Disease

This episode’s guest is Steve O’Grady, DVM, MRCVS, a farrier with 40 years of experience, who owns Virginia Therapeutic Farriery. O’Grady discusses White Line Disease.White Line Disease Topics Discussed:Basic understandingMisnomer of nameOnychomycosisWhat causes separationRadiographs and “tapping” to determine affected areaDetermining treatmentappropriate farrieryContinuity of hoof for supportPrevention?Thank you toMerck Animal Healthfor sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

27 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 21: Dr. Steve O’Grady on White Line Disease

Ep. 20: Joint Injections ft. Dr. Rick Mitchell

This episode’s guest is Rick Mitchell, DVM, MRCVS, DACVSMR, Certified ISELP member, of Fairfield Equine Associates in Newtown, Connecticut. He practices equine medicine and surgery with an emphasis on lameness and imaging. In this episode, Mitchell discusses Proper Techniques for Equine Joint Injections in an Ambulatory Environment.Topics included in this discussion include:Establish the need for therapyJoint injections in the field doesn’t mean you are not careful and asepticProper prep of the horse—clipping is optionalGood planning for prep of items to be usedProper prep of injection siteRapid and efficient procedure—don’t leave time between joint prep and injectionHandling techniquesThank you to Merck Animal Health for sponsoring this season of Disease Du Jour.

21 MINJAN 17
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Ep. 20: Joint Injections ft. Dr. Rick Mitchell

Ep. 19: Tendon and Ligament Injuries and Rehabilitation ft. Dr. Duncan Peters

This episode’s guest is Duncan Peters, DVM, DACVSMR, and a Certified ISELP Member, who will talk about equine tendon and ligament injuries and rehabilitation.

34 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Ep. 19: Tendon and Ligament Injuries and Rehabilitation ft. Dr. Duncan Peters

AAEP Convention Podcast | the Equine Neck

EquiManagement andDechra Veterinary Productshave teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts.This special episode’s guest is Dr. Kent Allen, owner of Virginia Equine Imaging in Middleburg, Virginia, and we will be discussing the equineneck. Topics covered in this special AAEP Convention podcast include:Diagnosis and treatment of arthritis in the neckEPM as it relates to diagnosing and treating neurologic horses that might have concurrent neck issues

28 MIN2019 DEC 11
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AAEP Convention Podcast | the Equine Neck

AAEP Convention Podcast | Endometritis

EquiManagement andDechra Veterinary Productshave teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts. This special episode’s guest is Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, DACT, who discusses endometritis.Topics covered in this special AAEP Convention podcast include:Inflammatory vs infectious endometritisThe ramifications of inflammatory endometritisBiofilms and the role these might play in chronic infections

32 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
AAEP Convention Podcast | Endometritis

AAEP Convention Podcast | Lameness in the Equine Foot

EquiManagement and Dechra Veterinary Products have teamed up to bring you three special AAEP Convention podcasts!This special episode’s guest is Steve O’Grady, DVM, MRCVS, and a farrier with 40 years of experience, who owns Virginia Therapeutic Farriery. O’Grady discusses Lameness in the Equine Foot.Lameness in the Foot TopicsWhat are some of the most common issues veterinarians face when called out to see a "lame" horse?Why is history so important to a lameness diagnosis?Can you discuss why and how vets and farriers need to use conformation in their lameness diagnoses?You have said over 70% of forelimb lamenesses affect the foot. What is your "system" for working up a lameness of the foot?Can you talk about applying good farriery rather than applying appliances to help a lame horse?

25 MIN2019 DEC 8
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AAEP Convention Podcast | Lameness in the Equine Foot

Ep. 18: Equitarian Initiative ft. Dr. Tracy Turner

This episode’s guest is Dr. Tracy Turner, owner of Turner Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery. He will be talking about the non-profit equine medical group Equitarian Initiative. That group’s mission is to “prepare volunteer veterinarians worldwide to deliver health care and education to improve the health, nutrition, productivity, and welfare of horses, donkeys and mules, and to empower their care providers for sustainable change.”

25 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Ep. 18: Equitarian Initiative ft. Dr. Tracy Turner

Ep. 17: Strangles ft. Dr. Rob Holland

Topics covered in this episode:What is strangles and why is it so difficult to deal with?Testing for stranglesHow long does strangles live live in the environment?Asymptomatic strangles carriersHandling and active outbreak, including vaccination and dealing with weanlingsRoutes of transmissionEndemic cycles/herd immunityCan we eliminate strangles?About Dr. Rob Holland: This episode's guest is Robert Holland, DVM, PhD, a private practice veterinarian in the Central Kentucky area focusing on respiratory problems and infectious diseases. His topic is The Science of Strangles.Holland received is Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, and he received his PhD in Veterinary Medicine: Virology, at the University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Center in 2001.Holland has worked globally consulting with countries and jurisdictions to contain and prevent the spread of disease. He has worked domestically with the USDA and many state ve...

25 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Ep. 17: Strangles ft. Dr. Rob Holland
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