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Articles by Ed Kane, PhD

Helping the helpless horses

Two New Jersey practitioners earn 2011 Good Works for Horses Award
Apr 1, 2012

Two New Jersey practitioners earn 2011 Good Works for Horses Award.

Let the laminitis data gathering begin!

U.S. and Canadian equine practitioners asked to submit data for AAEP laminitis study
Apr 1, 2012

U.S. and Canadian equine practitioners are asked to submit data for AAEP laminitis study.

Equine metabolic syndrome: How can we intervene earlier?

PhD student earns one of two inaugural EQUUS Foundation Research Fellows with this line of research
Mar 1, 2012

PhD student earns one of two inaugural EQUUS Foundation Research Fellows with this line of research.

When maternal behavior in mares goes wrong

Options include reestablishing bonds with the foals or using surrogate mares
Feb 1, 2012

Management options include reestablishing bonds with the foals or using surrogate mares.

Whip use in Thoroughbred racing: Is it necessary?

New research into this training tool brings insight—and controversy
Jan 1, 2012

New research into this training tool brings insight—and controversy.

AAEP releases clinical guidelines for treating non-racing performance horses

White paper's authors question equine veterinarians' current mediciation and treatment practices
Dec 1, 2011

White paper's authors question equine veterinarians' current mediciation and treatment practices.

Equine epidemiology: The search for all contributors to disease

This field of science tries to encompass all potential causes, not just one principal one
Nov 1, 2011

This field of science tries to encompass all potential causes, not just one principal one

Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis: Etiology, diagnosis and treatment

Early identification is key in this widespread neurologic disease
Oct 1, 2011

Early identification is key in this widespread neurologic disease.

International Summit on Race Day Medication: EIPH and the racehorse

Coming to a consensus on treating exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage
Sep 1, 2011

The summit focused on exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage and the use of furosemide in race horses.

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