Equine Emergency First Aid

April 20, 2010

Summary

Determining whether a certain situation is an emergency or can wait is a fundamental part of having horses.  Dr. Marteniuk will briefly discuss common equine emergencies and what an owner can do to both assess and manage the situation until their veterinarian arrives.  The essential components of an emergency kit will also be reviewed.

 

Presenter Information

Dr. Judy Marteniuk is an Associate Professor in Equine Medicine and Extension at the Large Animal Clinical Sciences Department at Michigan State University. Originally from Canada, Judy received her D.V.M. in 1975 at Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1984, Dr. Marteniuk specialized in animal nutrition and received her M.S. at Michigan State University. She educates veterinary students as well as works directly with clients and their horses.

 

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