Study Guide for Exam 1 ANEQ 346
Study Guide for Exam 1 ANEQ 346 ANEQ 346
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alia Coughlan on Sunday September 18, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ANEQ 346 at Colorado State University taught by Dr Hess in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 80 views. For similar materials see Equine Disease in Equine Science at Colorado State University.
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Study Guide for Exam 1 ANEQ 346 1. How many bones are in the equine skeleton? How many of these bones are in the skull? 2. Describe the fight or flight response. 3. How many hours a day does a horse continuously graze? 4. What are the normal values for temperature, pulse and respiratory rate for a horse at rest? 5. Describe how to find HR and distinguish CRT. 6. What are the 4 spots you can listen to gut sounds? 7. Where do you look to evaluate body condition score? 8. What is the body weight equation? 9. Define inflammation: 10. What are the 5 signs of inflammation? 11. What do neutrophils do? 12. What is the relationship between inflammation and infection? 13. List some common signs of shock: 14. How often do equine teeth erupt? 15. What are the last teeth to erupt? The first? 16. How can teeth assist you in assessing the age of a horse? 17. List some common signs of dental disease: 18. Why do we float teeth? 19. What is EOTRH? What type of horse(s) does this disease most likely happen to? 20. List 3 occasions on which it is deemed “okay” to extract a tooth: 21. Is gastroduodenal ulcers in foals common? Why/why not? 22. What are the parts of the small intestine? 23. How long does it take food to pass through the small intestine? 24. Why does a strangulation obstruction occur? 25. List three different types of a strangulating obstruction and describe them: 26. Why do simple obstructions occur? List an example. 27. Define colic: 28. Why does a horse’s anatomy affect how and why horse’s get colic? 29. List 5 common causes of colic: 30. List 3 common signs of severe colic: 31. What are some preventative measures you can take to prevent your horse from getting colic? 32. Describe endotoxemia and extotoxins: 33. What are some therapies for toxemia? 34. How long does it take for exotoxins to enter a horse’s system? 35. What is peritonitis and what are some clinical signs of it? 36. How can peritonitis be diagnosed?
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