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  • Treatment of Equine Strangles
    wet sloppy feed from the floor makes it easier for infected horses to swallow and encourages drainage of pus from the throat area Hot compresses applied to the abscesses will help bring them to the surface to enable spontaneous rupture or surgical lancing by the veterinary surgeon Once an abscess has ruptured it will need to be drained and flushed daily with a suitable antiseptic solution Isolation Potentially infected horses

    Original URL path: http://www.equine-strangles.co.uk/treatment.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • What to do in an outbreak
    from the yard even if they seem healthy All healthy animals on the yard should be monitored closely to pick up new cases of strangles as early as possible Monitoring rectal temperatures twice daily is a useful exercise It is useful to move horses into three distinct groups Equipment and staff should not move between groups and groups should be kept out of contact with each other Horses showing signs of disease or a raised temperature should be moved into the red group The idea is to try and limit the spread of strangles so that it does not pass around the whole yard This obviously has welfare benefits for the individual horses but will also reduce the costs and time involved in the clean up procedure after an outbreak Wear protective clothing and gloves when handling infected horses and wear waterproof footwear that can be easily cleaned in a suitable disinfectant It is a good idea to have foot dips available for each group of horses Ensure everyone on the yard has been informed and behaves appropriately People who are in regular contact with horses from outside the yard should stay away from the infected yard as much as

    Original URL path: http://www.equine-strangles.co.uk/control.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • Document not found
    available Please check the address requested privacy aspx Navigation options Home page Search Sitemap Back to previous page Merck MSD Animal Health operates more than 300 websites devoted to helping our customers and partners around the world For a list of Merck MSD Animal Health sites please visit the merck animal health com website Document status not found 404 Privacy Policy and Terms of Use Site Map Contact Intervet UK

    Original URL path: http://www.equine-strangles.co.uk/404.aspx?aspxerrorpath=/privacy.aspx (2016-02-17)
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    available Please check the address requested privacy aspx Navigation options Home page Search Sitemap Back to previous page Merck MSD Animal Health operates more than 300 websites devoted to helping our customers and partners around the world For a list of Merck MSD Animal Health sites please visit the merck animal health com website Document status not found 404 Privacy Policy and Terms of Use Site Map Contact Intervet UK

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  • Equine Strangles
    an outbreak and cleaning up afterwards According to International Collating Centre strangles is responsible for 30 of infectious disease episodes Reliable UK statistics are not available as the disease is not notifiable in this country However data from the Animal Health Trust suggests that the disease is on the increase In reality these figures are likely to underestimate the occurrence of strangles as many cases will go unofficially diagnosed and

    Original URL path: http://www.equine-strangles.co.uk/Default.aspx (2016-02-17)
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