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Application of a constant blood withdrawal method in equine exercise physiology studies



Application of a constant blood withdrawal method in equine exercise physiology studies



Equine Veterinary Journal 33(6): 543-546



The aim of the present study was to test a constant blood withdrawal method (CBWM) to collect blood samples from horses during treadmill exercise. CBWM was performed in 4 Standardbreds and 5 Haflinger horses. A peristaltic pump was used to control blood aspiration from an i.v. catheter via an extension line. Blood was collected using an automatic fractions collector with a constant delay time between the drawing of blood and sample collection.

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PMID: 11720024

DOI: 10.2746/042516401776563445


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