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CSU s Equine Hospital Is Well Prepared, Dear friends. for Foaling Season, Welcome to For most people December means react quickly and smoothly For a mare in. the spring 2008 shopping planning and holiday prepara dystocia or a neonate just born minutes are. edition of The tion For horse owners expecting a foal and crucial states Dr Hackett. Equine Hospital for CSU s equine hospital staff planning A number of problems can cause. Newsletter Eye and preparation have an entirely different dystocia says Dr Eileen Hackett Equine. on Clinical meaning Surgeon and Equine Emergency and Criti. Research We start preparing for foaling season cal Care specialist An abnormal presenta. focuses on months in advance says Polly Webb CVT tion in the birth canal an unusually large. some of the re and nurse coordinator for the Neonatal foal or a physical or anatomical problem. search projects Intensive Care Unit NICU That means with the mare are some of the issues that. that are ongoing at the James L Voss evaluating and stocking appropriate may create problems in the birth process. Veterinary Teaching Hospital As a uni equipment and holding training sessions A mare with dystocia must be treated. versity hospital research is one of our for the hospital emergency team That quickly but carefully to avoid injury to the. key missions and it is something that team consists of three groups of veterinary reproductive tract or to the foal Sometimes. sets us apart from private practices professionals The obstetrics team led by the veterinarian can resolve problems in the. Rest assured however that we never theriogenologist Dr Pat McCue from the field Other times a well trained hospital. conduct clinical research on horses Equine Reproduction Lab the Emergency team is best equipped to save mare and foal. without your knowledge and consent Critical Care service with equine surgeons Hospital protocol for handling a. Conducting research is often arduous Drs Eileen Hackett and Diana Hassel and dystocia begins with a call that a mare is. and time consuming but without it the Equine Medicine group Drs Gabriel having a difficult delivery and the owner. we would not be able to make medical Landolt Lutz Goehring and Jen MacLeay or their veterinarian is sending them to. advancements that benefit your horse s to care for the neonate prior to and post the hospital And so the process begins of. future health If you have questions foaling In addition to the equine hospital notifying all personnel and setting up all. about the clinical research that we do at nursing staff and residents from the medi necessary equipment. the hospital please contact us cine and surgery services other members of Depending on the foal s status the. Another important mission of our the foaling team include anesthesiologists mare s condition and the cause dystocia can. equine hospital is to teach veterinary in case the mare must be anesthetized for be handled in different ways Dr Hackett. students In order to provide students foal delivery and laboratory technicians that explains Clinicians must quickly assess all. with the opportunity to perform a evaluate patient blood work if necessary three to determine what happens next If. few basic surgeries on horses we have We want everyone on the same page the foal is alive and the dystocia can be cor. special fixed rate fees on castrations with everything in place so that when rected by assisted vaginal delivery the team. and umbilical hernia repairs Students a patient hits the door we think and continued on page 5. benefit from these procedures by, performing most of the surgery super. vised by a resident or faculty member, Contact our reception desk at 970. 297 4471 for information about these, fixed rate procedures.
A third important mission of the, equine hospital is to provide quality. patient care along with excellent service, to clients referring veterinarians and. the horse owning public Our hospital, is open 24 7 to everyone and we offer. a variety of services Please refer to the, Top Ten Reasons to Consider CSU. for your Horse Care on page seven, You can also visit our website at www.
csuvets colostate edu equinehospital, I hope you enjoy the newsletter We. look forward to working with you and, your horses in the future. Best Regards, Dr Gary Baxter, Chief Equine Hospital Section. Senior veterinary student monitoring a foal in the NICU. CSU Veterinary Hospital Pharmacy A Vital Resource, With almost 40 years of experience To maintain licensure they fulfill annual hospital clinicians students and outside. between them registered pharmacists Rick continuing education requirements veterinarians. Allen Paula Morgan and Charleen Becker We keep up with changes in phar The pharmacists are also skilled in pre. represent that powerful backbench you maceutical protocols vaccine protocols paring special nutritional support for very. want on your team any time but especially new drugs under review and new human sick patients These mixtures are tailored to. when treating sick injured or critically ill medications applicable to veterinary medi the needs of the individual patient whether. horses Other members of the pharmacy cine Rick Allen explains To provide the foal or adult and are prepared and pack. team include Anna Scinto pharmacy tech kind of quality care demanded by a modern aged by hand under aseptic conditions in. nician and several volunteers veterinary hospital and our knowledgeable the pharmacy. We rely on their knowledge and clients we have to stay current We work with the clinician to create. expertise They not only dispense medicines The pharmacy team maintains the right combination of nutrients based. and compound special drugs that are memberships in nationally recognized on a variety of factors Charleen Becker ex. patient specific but they also provide that professional organizations attends national plains The preparation contains proteins. last critical review before a medication is conferences and also networks with other carbohydrates multivitamins and fats but. dispensed That assures that the appropri veterinary teaching hospitals at veterinary in appropriate proportions for the needs of. ate medication is being prescribed in the colleges throughout North America that specific patient. appropriate dose for that species says In addition to pharmacy responsibili The primary goal of the hospital staff. Krista Dickinson CVT and equine nursing ties Rick teaches a class for junior veteri is returning a patient to good health Each. specialist nary students that includes prescription horse that comes to the CSU Equine Hospi. Professionalism and attention to detail writing antibiotic use and pharmaceutical tal is considered to be unique and as such. aren t the only characteristics shared by the calculations among other things Each year treatments medications and therapies are. pharmacy team another is that between the pharmacy department also produces the tailored specifically to the patient not just. them they have eleven horses Owning official CSU Formulary a list of pharma the injury or disease Working together the. horses gives us added insight to what our ceuticals doses and current drug informa pharmacy and hospital staff assure every. hospital patients and clients need says tion that is a very important reference for equine patient at CSU the very best care. Paula Morgan We stay ahead of the curve, on new medicines changed protocols and.
drugs that are no longer available or only in, limited quantities Some unavailable drugs. we can compound ourselves as needed, The pharmacy at the Veterinary. Teaching Hospital is always busy providing, services for hospitalized patients in the. small large and exotic animal sections and, outpatients as well Working with a variety. of species requires more than just a broad, scope of pharmaceutical knowledge but.
also an in depth knowledge of therapeutics, law and the compounding of drugs. Pharmacists who work in Veterinary, Referral Centers graduate from a profes. sional degree program and complete a, requirement for a number of internship. hours before qualifying to take the pharma, cy national exam After passing the exam. they are registered pharmacists and receive, licensure in the state where they practice.
Rick Paula and Charleen received, their Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. degrees from the University of Colorado s, School of Pharmacy a five year program From left to right Pharmacists Paula Morgan Rick Allen Char Becker with pharmacy tech. and are registered in the state of Colorado Anna Scinto in the middle. Equine Clinician Receives National Institute of Health Grant. the synovium inner lining of the joint As part of the NIH grant Dr Goodrich. important in helping heal cartilage injuries will learn how to construct viral vectors and. regenerate damaged tissue to aid in the first study tissues in culture As progress is. healing process and prevent the occurrence made the research will advance to the ap. of osteoarthritis When the joint tissue plication of gene therapy in the horse model. is damaged growth factors are low and and clinical trials will ensue. eventually rise over time however the levels Dr Goodrich is working closely with. in joint tissues are not adequate and often mentors and collaborators Dr Wayne McIl. damaged tissues do not heal which results wraith at CSU and Dr Jude Samulski at the. in osteoarthritis University of North Carolina Other CSU. Dr Laurie Goodrich received a collaborators include Dr Hari Iyers and Dr. five year grant from the National Institutes Ken Reardon who will help Dr Goodrich. of Health to study how gene therapy may study the other beneficial proteins that are. provide a solution to inadequate levels of released in gene therapy through microar. growth factors By using an inactivated ray analysis gene chips and proteomics In. virus that does not harm cells but can gain taking this global analysis Dr Goodrich. entrance into cells DNA that encodes for hopes to discover other crucial proteins and. important growth factors will be delivered growth factors that are integral to healing. to cells to result in high levels of therapeutic cartilage The overall goal to the research. Dr Laurie Goodrich proteins that will encourage cartilage to is to have a gene therapy program that. heal This method of treatment of joint can treat damaged cartilage and result in. How do you make the cells of the disease is called gene therapy and is a grow regeneration of healthy tissue and return of. joints heal damaged cartilage and prevent ing field that appears to hold much promise equine athletes to their pre injury perfor. osteoarthritis Growth factors are known for treating many different types of diseases mance level. to help joint tissues such as cartilage and including musculoskeletal diseases. Top Ten Reasons to Consider Colorado State for Your Horse Care. 1 The equine section of the James L Voss, Veterinary Teaching Hospital is a state. of the art facility that provides complete, care for your equine companion. 2 We have an indoor lameness work, up area to perform lameness and.
prepurchase exams, 3 We offer group discounts for boarding. stables from our Equine Field Service, 4 We re available 24 7 for in hospital and. field service emergencies, 5 We have around the clock care for all. in hospital patients, 6 CSU has surgery medicine and. critical care specialty trained equine, veterinarians.
7 We have in house farrier services or we, can consult with your personal farrier. 8 We offer complimentary therapy, including acupuncture manipulative. therapy and massage, 9 Our advanced treatments including. shockwave stem cells and IRAP, 10 Referrals are not necessary for us to. evaluate your horse, Equine Field Service Large Animal Emergency Response Team.
continued from page 1, Recently both groups have participated. as well as antibiotics to protect against in technical large animal rescue trainings. infection The plasma worked wonders for and will continue joint training exercises. the foal A little later the mare received a through the summer Each group can do. mild sedative to allow the foal to approach what they do best veterinary professionals. and suckle The bond between mother and take care of the animal and firefighters. baby could now begin handle the technical rescue piece and keep. Returning Monday for a re check Dr people safe Now we are both on the same. Davidson was happy to see the mare acting page at a scene says Dr Ann Davidson. like a proud and fiercely protective mother CSU Equine Field Service veterinarian. while her little colt nursed enthusiastically, Another SNAP test showed IgG levels still. a little low between 400 800 mg dl and a A sedated horse is packaged for safe. liter of plasma was given which brought the movement on a glide see Wish List. level above 800 mg dl, Even with a textbook smooth birth What do the Colorado State University. a foal s immunoglobulin levels should equine section and the Loveland Fire and. be checked within 12 hours after birth to Special Operations Team have in com. assure antibodies are being absorbed said mon A lot as they may both get called. Dr Davidson I prefer an eight hour check to rescue a large animal in distress With. which allows time to correct low levels that distressed animal comes an owner or. Better to treat right away easily done in other individuals trying to. writing antibiotic use and pharmaceutical calculations among other things Each year the pharmacy department also produces the official CSU Formulary a list of pharma ceuticals doses and current drug informa tion that is a very important reference for hospital clinicians students and outside veterinarians

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