Equine Management - Front/Rear Limbs

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Equine Management - Front/Rear Limbs
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2013-09-22 00:28:38
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Equine Management - Joyce Brod
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  1. identify A
    P3 or coffin
  2. identify B
    • carpal bones - 2 rows
    • proximal row: radial, intermediate, accessory
    • distal row: 1, 2, 3
  3. identify C
    proximal sesamoid
  4. identify D
    radius
  5. identify E
    middle phalanx
  6. identify F
    cannon or 3rd metacarpal
  7. identify G
    • splint bones:
    • medial: 2nd metacarpal
    • lateral: 4th metacarpal
  8. identify H
    fetlock joint or metacarpal-phalangeal joint
  9. identify A
    coffin or P3
  10. identify B
    calcaneous
  11. identify C
    proximal sesamoid
  12. identify D
    distal sesamoid
  13. identify E
    tibia
  14. identify F
    P2 or short pastern
  15. identify G
    tarsus or hock
  16. identify H
    P1 or long pastern
  17. what are the four areas for an IM injection on a horse?
    • 1. jugular furrow
    • 2. croup
    • 3. pectoral
    • 4. hind quarter
  18. what are the five factors that will affect handling?
    • 1. age
    • 2. breed
    • 3. sex
    • 4. level of socialization
    • 5. training
  19. what are the five items to determine a horse's attitude?
    • 1. eye
    • 2. ear
    • 3. nostril
    • 4. tail position/movement
    • 5. body movement
  20. what two pieces of equipment are used for mechanical restraint/control of the head?
    • 1. halter
    • 2. lip chain
  21. what four items are used for mechanical restraint of the body?
    • 1. stocks
    • 2. Scotch hobble
    • 3. breeding hobble
    • 4. front leg tie
  22. what item is used for restraint by pain distraction?
    twitch
  23. what are the four chemicals used for restraint?
    • 1. xylazine (rompun)
    • 2. torbugesic (butorphanol tartrate
    • 3. acepromazine maleate
    • 4. dormosedan
  24. what drug is used for any allergic reaction?
    epinephrine
  25. what drug is used at Tomball for chemical restraint?
    dormosedan
  26. what is the normal temperature range for a horse?
    99-100 F
  27. what is the normal pulse range for a horse?
    28-40 bpm
  28. what is the normal breathing rate for a horse?
    8-15 rpm

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