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Electrocardiography in horses and cattle

Arnoldus Wilhelmus Maria Brooijmans

Electrocardiography in horses and cattle

theoretical and clinical aspects.

by Arnoldus Wilhelmus Maria Brooijmans

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Published by Cantecleer in Utrecht .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Electrocardiography.,
  • Veterinary medicine -- Diagnosis.

  • Edition Notes

    Proefschrift--Utrecht.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination265 p.
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16605447M

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Electrocardiography in horses and cattle by Arnoldus Wilhelmus Maria Brooijmans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Electrocardiography is the examination of choice for diagnosis of a normal cardiac rhythm and arrhythmias and for monitoring the effect of antiarrhythmic therapy. There are a number of clinical indications for recording and interpreting an ECG: • To diagnose an arrhythmia detected on physical examination (auscultation, arterial pulse deficits, palpable precordial heart beat irregularities.

Electrocardiography in horses and cattle. Utrecht, Uitgeverij Cantecleer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arnoldus Wilhelmus Maria Brooijmans.

Bundle branch block Proc. Electrocardiography in horses and cattle book Soc. exp. Biol. N.Y. () Alfredson and Sykes, B.V. Alfredson, J.F. Sykes, Electrocardiograph studies in normal dairy cattle J. agric. Res. () American Heart Association and Report of the committee on the standardization of electrocardiographic nomenclature, American Heart Cited by: 3.

Electrocardiography of the Dog and Cat (2nd edition) promises to give the student and the specialist both the practical approach of the electrocardiographic diagnosis and the depth of understanding that promotes genuine learning in a subject area 4/5.

First the genesis and nomenclature of the electrocardiogram in horses is briefly discussed. Next, an overview is given of the development of ECG in humans with extra emphasis on the lead ECG. Cardiac arrhythmias are commonly detected in the horse and, though the aetiologies of some are apparent from auscultation, the majority require further investigation to determine a diagnosis.

The electrocardiogram (ECG) is a tool of great importance in equine practice. It informs diagnosis, provides information on prognosis and safety to ride and guides therapeutic interventions.

Treat the diseases affecting large animals. Veterinary Medicine 11th Edition provides up-to-date information on the diseases of horses cattle sheep goats and pigs. Comprehensive coverage includes the principles of clinical examination and making a diagnosis along with specific therapy recommendations.

For easier use this edition has been divided into two volumes and restructured into. In horse mares between Day of gestation and foaling (approximately days), fetal signals were obtained within less than 10 minutes in nearly all recordings. Nevertheless, in cattle as in horses, fetomaternal electrocardiography is not only a research tool but also a diagnostic technique for veterinary practice in the field.

At rest, the horse’s heart rate ranges between 24 to 50 beats per minute (bpm) (Reef, ; Fregin, ), increasing to a maximum of bpm during exer-Electrocardiography in horses – part 2: how to read the equine ECG Elektrocardiografie bij paarden – deel 2: interpretatie van het EKG.

If an arrhythmia is suspected on cardiac auscultation, electrocardiography will enable a definitive diagnosis to be made. However, in each case, the significance of the electrocardiographic findings must be interpreted in the light of the clinical signs exhibited by the horse.

Veterinary Medicine is a comprehensive textbook of the diseases of cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, and goats that addresses the needs of both students and large/mixed animal veterinary practitioners. It has come to be extensively used as a reference by veterinarians around the world: it has attained international relevance, recognition, and.

Morgan R () Practical equine electrocardiography. UK Vet 17 (4), VetMedResource. Verheyen T et al () Oesophageal electrocardiography in healthy horses. Equine Vet J 44 (6), PubMed. Fregin G F () Medical evaluation of the cardiovascular system. Vet Clin N A Equine Pract 8 (2), PubMed. The equine practitioner is faced with a wide variety of dysrhythmias, of which some are physiological.

The recording of an exercise electrocardiogram (ECG) can help distinguish between physiological and pathological dysrhythmias, underlining the importance of exercise recordings.

The evaluation of an ECG recording should be performed in a highly methodical manner in order to avoid errors. resting and exercising horses. The second part describes how to interpret the ECG and reach a final diagnosis.

Electrocardiography in horses – part 1: how to make a good recording Elektrocardiografie bij paarden – deel 1: een goede opname maken T. Verheyen, A. Decloedt, D. De Clercq, P. Deprez, S. Sys, G. van Loon. Upon auscultation, cardiac dysrhythmias can be suspected, but electrocardiography is the ultimate diagnostic tool.

Electrocardiogram (ECG) recording used to be reserved to specialized centers, but nowadays relatively cheap and small recorders are available to the practitioner in the field.

ECGs can therefore be recorded ambulatory and during prolonged periods at rest or even during exercise. Electrocardiography and echocardiography are used in special examination.

A mass within the right atrium of cattle is suggestive of multicentric lymphosarcoma caused by enzootic bovine leukosis, but the lesion should be differentiated from endocarditis.

Electrocardiography in the horse. (A report of findings in horses). Vibe-Petersen G, Nielsen K. Over a period of approx. 3 years, electrocardiograms (ECG) were recorded from horses referred as patients to the Medical Clinic. Of these, 22 horses (approx.

16 per cent) has ECG alterations. The 22 ECG's revealed a total of 29 ECG abnormalities. Sawazaki stated in his review of the history of research in Japan on electrocardiography that for domestic animals, the oldest paper on ECGs of cattle was a report by Uesaka inan ECGs of a horse was reported by Yasuda et al.

inand the number of papers on ECGs of horses increased starting in the mids. The beef cattle industry is a dynamic business that must continually adjust to market signals, public opinion, state and national policies, and other industry issues.

Branding cattle to show ownership, legal title, and record keeping have been promoted and practiced by cattlemen in. Electrocardiography (EKG) is considered the gold standard exam to evaluate frequency and cardiac rhythm throughout different species.

The EKG equipment have been improved for a long time and its miniaturization allowed its application to the field, specially in horses []. Athletic horses. Heather Smith Thomas has written extensively on animal health care, authoring thousands of articles and 24 books on the subject.

Her books include Storey’s Guide to Raising Beef Cattle, Essential Guide to Calving, Getting Started with Beef & Dairy Cattle, The Cattle Health Handbook, The Horse Conformation Handbook, Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses, Storey’s Guide to Training Horses Reviews:   The ECG Made Easy.

John R. Hampton. The ECG Made Easy is regarded as the best introductory guide to the Electrocardiogram. Hailed by the British Medical Journal as a "medical classic" This famous book encourages the reader to accept that the EKG is easy to understand and that its use is just a natural extension of taking the patient’s history and performing a physical examination.Official brand book of the state of Wyoming, showing all the brands on cattle, horses, mules, asses and sheep, recorded under the provisions of the act approved.