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See detailOpioid requirements after locoregional anaesthesia in dogs undergoing tibial plateau levelling osteotomy: a pilot study
Marolf, vincent ULiege; Spadavecchia, Claudia; Müller, Nicole et al

in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (2021), 2021 Feb

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See detailMesh closure of epiploic foramen by ventral laparotomy in 17 horses with entrapment
Grulke, Sigrid ULiege; Salciccia, Alexandra ULiege; Arevalo Rodriguez, José Manuel ULiege et al

in Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association (2020)

Background: Epiploic foramen entrapment (EFE) of small intestine is a severe cause of strangulating small intestinal obstruction (SSI) with long-term survival seeming lower than for other causes of SSI in ... [more ▼]

Background: Epiploic foramen entrapment (EFE) of small intestine is a severe cause of strangulating small intestinal obstruction (SSI) with long-term survival seeming lower than for other causes of SSI in horses. Different techniques via laparoscopy or laparotomy for epiploic foramen (EF) closure have been developed. Methods: This study describes a technique of peroperative mesh closure of the EF in clinical cases and their long-term follow up. Results: In the study period of 5.5 years 36 horses were admitted to the clinic with EFE. Of these, 17 horses had peroperative mesh closure, with resection anastomosis in 4 cases and enterotomy in 4 other cases. Fifteen of these survived to discharge. Long-term follow-up (1-6y, median 3y) was favourable in all 15 horses not showing recurrence of EFE nor other related signs of colic. Laparoscopic evaluation of the EF was performed in 2 cases and showed integration of the mesh. One horse was euthanized 3.5 years after mesh placement for an unrelated cause and the mesh was well adherent obliterating the EF. Conclusion: Mesh closure of EF during emergency coeliotomy did not cause short-term complications even in horses with resection or enterotomy and may reduce the risk of recurrence of EFE in horses. [less ▲]

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See detailComputed tomographic morphometry of the biceps brachii muscle tendon of dogs affected by the medial coronoid disease
Veksins, Armands; Kozinda, Oskars; Sandersen, Charlotte ULiege

in Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia (2020), 49(2), 196-202

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See detailHeart rate and blood lactate responses during the cross-country test of 2-star to 5-star eventing competitions
Kirsch, Katharina ULiege; Horstman, s; Holzhausen, Hermann et al

in Comparative Exercise Physiology (2020)

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See detailTwo-dimensional speckle tracking echocardiography in goats: Repeatability, variability, and validation of the technique using an exercise test and an experimentally induced acute ischemic cardiomyopathy
Leroux, A. A.; Moonen, Marie ULiege; Farnir, Frédéric ULiege et al

in BMC Veterinary Research (2020), 16(1),

Background: Two-dimensional speckle tracking (2DST) technique has been validated in numerous animal species, but neither studies of repeatability nor measurements after exercise or in animals with cardiac ... [more ▼]

Background: Two-dimensional speckle tracking (2DST) technique has been validated in numerous animal species, but neither studies of repeatability nor measurements after exercise or in animals with cardiac disease have been reported in goats. Goats are an attractive candidate for animal models in human cardiology because they are easy to handle and have a body and heart size comparable to that of humans. Therefore, the aim of this study was to validate this technique in goats for further clinical and experimental applications in this species. Results: This study was divided into several steps. First, a standardized echocardiographic protocol was performed and 5 cineloops of a right parasternal short-axis view at papillary muscles level were recorded three times at one-day intervals in ten healthy adult unsedated Saanen goats to test repeatability and variability of 2DST measurements. Then, the same measurements were performed immediately before and after a standardized exercise on treadmill in seven of the goats, and at 24 h after induction of an experimental ischemic cardiomyopathy in five of the goats, to test the reliability of the technique to assess physiological and pathological changes. Average and regional measurements of radial and circumferential strain and strain rate, radial displacement, rotation and rotation rate were obtained. Comparisons were performed using two-way ANOVA (p < 0.05). Caprine 2DST average measurements have demonstrated a good repeatability with a low to moderate variability for all measurements except for the diastolic peaks of the circumferential strain rate, radial strain rate and rotation rate. Segmental 2DST measurements were less repeatable than average measurements. Time effect of two-way ANOVA was significant for anteroseptal segment diastolic peaks measurements, rotation and rotation rate measurements. Overall variability of segmental measurements was moderate or high. Segmental and average peak values obtained after exercise and after myocardial ischemia were significantly different than curves obtained at baseline. Conclusions: The results of this study are consistent with those previously described in other animal species and humans. 2DST echocardiography is a valid technique to evaluate physiological and pathological changes in myocardial function in goats, despite the technical limitations observed in this species. © 2020 The Author(s). [less ▲]

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See detailRetex sur l’incendie d’exploitation agricole
Guyot, Hugues ULiege; Sandersen, Charlotte ULiege; Robert M, Michael et al

in JNGTV : La rurale dans tous ses états (2019, May 16)

L’incendie de ferme est un évènement rare et complexe qui nécessite la prise en compte de différents facteurs : propriétaire, évacuation des animaux, triage et euthanasie, complications à court-moyen-long ... [more ▼]

L’incendie de ferme est un évènement rare et complexe qui nécessite la prise en compte de différents facteurs : propriétaire, évacuation des animaux, triage et euthanasie, complications à court-moyen-long terme et impacts environnementaux. Le Sapeur-Pompier-Vétérinaire apporte une expertise indispensable au niveau de ces différents facteurs. La gestion du propriétaire devrait être conduite par un officier des services de secours. Une coordination exemplaire doit pouvoir se faire entre les hommes du feu et les Sapeur-Pompier-Vétérinaires afin de ne pas prendre de risques inconsidérés et agir efficacement pour sauver un maximum de victimes. Tout débordement émotionnel doit être évité afin de prendre rapidement les meilleures décisions. Seul le vétérinaire est la référence scientifique capable de poser un diagnostic et un pronostic, et donc de réaliser le triage le plus adéquat en fonction des circonstances connues. Il est garant du bienêtre animal. En cas de doute, l’animal peut être anesthésié ou médicalement assisté pour supprimer ou limiter autant que possible la souffrance. Une fois l’incident résolu, le Sapeur-Pompier-Vétérinaire informe les parties présentes des potentiels risques à venir et cède le relai au vétérinaire d’exploitation. Dans l’idéal, le vétérinaire doit être appelé dès l’alerte au service d’incendie. Si aucun soin ne s’avère nécessaire dans l’immédiat pour les animaux de l’exploitation, il a un rôle à jouer qui dépasse largement les soins apportés par le « vétérinaire praticien ». Son expertise ainsi que son habitude à traiter ce type de situation le rends incontournable pour gérer toutes les phases et les aspects d’un tel type de sinistre. [less ▲]

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See detailSauvetage de 8 truies tombées dans une fosse à lisier
Guyot, Hugues ULiege; Sandersen, Charlotte ULiege; Laitat, Martine ULiege

in JNGTV : La rurale dans tous sés états (2019, May 16)

Un éleveur de porcs Landrace a appelé les pompiers pour le sauvetage de 8 truies de 250 kg tombées dans une fosse à lisier de 300 m². Les animaux étaient inapprochables et il a été décidé d’utiliser la ... [more ▼]

Un éleveur de porcs Landrace a appelé les pompiers pour le sauvetage de 8 truies de 250 kg tombées dans une fosse à lisier de 300 m². Les animaux étaient inapprochables et il a été décidé d’utiliser la téléanesthésie pour tranquilliser les animaux afin de les approcher et réaliser le sauvetage. Le vétérinaire s’est équipé de moyens de protection individuelle adéquats (appareil respiratoire isolant, vêtements imperméables) et a accompagné un binôme de pompiers dans la fosse, muni d’un fusil anesthésiant. Une première injection d’un mélange de xylazine-kétamine a été administrée dans les muscles de la cuisse. Dix minutes plus tard, une seconde injection intramusculaire (kétamine) a été réalisée au même endroit par le vétérinaire à l’aide d’une seringue à rallonge, les animaux étant, à ce moment, plus facilement approchables. Dix minutes après la deuxième injection, le vétérinaire et les pompiers ont pu approcher le premier animal, lui passer deux élingues larges et opérer une extraction verticale, via un treuil électrique (autopompe). Une fois dehors, les animaux ont été nettoyés, les plaies désinfectées et les animaux réveillés (atipamézole). De plus, une injection de vitamine E et Sélénium a été réalisée, en vue de prévenir les myopathies (stress de l’accident). Des conseils ont été prodigués à l’éleveur et au vétérinaire d’exploitation, pour les jours à venir (surveillance d’infections potentielles). [less ▲]

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See detailRetour d'expérience sur la capture d'un cerf par téléanesthésie
Guyot, Hugues ULiege; Sandersen, Charlotte ULiege; Picavet, Pierre ULiege et al

in JNGTV : La rurale dans tous ses états (2019, May 16)

Un cerf rouge européen de 10 ans a dû être téléanesthésié suite à une fugue, en période de brame. L’intervention a consisté en une injection intramusculaire dans l’épaule, à l’aide d’une seringue DAN ... [more ▼]

Un cerf rouge européen de 10 ans a dû être téléanesthésié suite à une fugue, en période de brame. L’intervention a consisté en une injection intramusculaire dans l’épaule, à l’aide d’une seringue DAN-INJECT de 3 mL propulsée par un fusil de la même marque, d’un mélange contenant 1 mg/kg de xylazine et 2,5 mg/kg de tilétamine-zolazépam. Le tir a été effectué sur l’animal debout et attentif, à une distance de 20 mètres. Vingt minutes après l’injection, l’animal s’est couché et a été approché. Un linge a été placé sur la tête et des entravons ont été mis aux 4 membres. L’animal a ensuite été transporté jusqu’à son enclos d’origine. Une injection intramusculaire de 15 mg d’atipamezole a permis à l’animal de se lever 15 minutes plus tard. L’intervention, du tir jusqu’au réveil, a duré environ une heure. [less ▲]

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See detailComparison of two portable clinical analyzers to one stationary analyzer for the determination of blood gas partial pressures and blood electrolyte concentrations in horses.
Kirsch, Katharina ULiege; Detilleux, Johann ULiege; Serteyn, Didier ULiege et al

in PLoS ONE (2019), 14(2), 0211104

Portable blood gas analyzers are used to facilitate diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to disturbances of acid-base and electrolyte balance in the ambulatory care of equine patients. The aim of ... [more ▼]

Portable blood gas analyzers are used to facilitate diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to disturbances of acid-base and electrolyte balance in the ambulatory care of equine patients. The aim of this study was to determine whether 2 portable analyzers produce results in agreement with a stationary analyzer. Blood samples from 23 horses hospitalized for various medical reasons were included in this prospective study. Blood gas analysis and electrolyte concentrations measured by the portable analyzers VetStat and epoc were compared to those produced by the cobas b 123 analyzer via concordance analysis, Passing-Bablok regression and Bland-Altman analysis. Limits of agreement indicated relevant bias between the VetStat and cobas b 123 for partial pressure of oxygen (pO2; 27.5-33.8 mmHg), sodium ([Na+]; 4.3-21.6 mmol/L) and chloride concentration ([Cl-]; 0.3-7.9 mmol/L) and between the epoc and cobas b 123 for pH (0.070-0.022), partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2; 3.6-7.3 mmHg), pO2 (36.2-32.7 mmHg) and [Na+] (0.38.1 mmol/L). The VetStat analyzer yielded results that were in agreement with the cobas b 123 analyzer for determination of pH, pCO2, bicarbonate ([HCO3-]) and potassium concentration [K+], while the epoc analyzer achieved acceptable agreement for [HCO3-] and [K+]. The VetStat analyzer may be useful in performing blood gas analysis in equine samples but analysis of [Na+], [Cl-] and pO2 should be interpreted with caution. The epoc delivered reliable results for [HCO3-] and [K+], while results for pH, pCO2, pO2 and [Na+] should be interpreted with caution. [less ▲]

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See detailCorrelation of competition performance with heart rate and blood lactate response during interval training sessions in eventing horses
Kirsch, Katharina ULiege; Düe, Michael; Holzhausen, Herman et al

in Comparative Exercise Physiology (2019)

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See detailEndoscopic full-thickness resection using an endoluminal-suturing device: a proof-of-concept study.
Huberty, Vincent; Leclercq, Loulia; Hiernaux, Martin et al

in Endoscopy International Open (2019), 7(11), 1310-1315

Background and study aims Endoscopic full-thickness resection (EFTR) is used to achieve R0 resection in difficult situations and as a way to overcome the limitations of endoscopic submucosal dissection ... [more ▼]

Background and study aims Endoscopic full-thickness resection (EFTR) is used to achieve R0 resection in difficult situations and as a way to overcome the limitations of endoscopic submucosal dissection. Multiple techniques have been described but adequate tools are still under evaluation. In this study, we evaluated the safety and feasibility of non-exposed endoscopic full-thickness resection using a novel endoscopic suturing device. Materials and methods Full-thickness resections of gastric predetermined lesions were performed on five pigs using the Endomina platform. After creating virtual lesion > 20 mm, sutures were placed around it using this triangulation platform. After tightening the knots, the bulging lesion, internalized into the gastric lumen, was cut with a needle knife. Results R0 resections of large lesions (42 to 60 mm) were achieved in all cases. One perforation occurred and prompted us to improve the procedure by shortening the sutures for more maneuverability and reinforcing the suture line before section. Procedure duration dropped by 50 % between the first case and the fourth case. Histological analysis confirmed successful full-thickness resection of all resected specimens. Conclusion EFTR using this triangulation platform seems feasible for lesions > 20 mm. Additional possible improvements were identified to simplify the procedure before moving to human trials. [less ▲]

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See detailGastrointestinal effects of general anaesthesia in horses undergoing non abdominal surgery: focus on the clinical parameters and ultrasonographic images
Salciccia, Alexandra ULiege; Gougnard, Alexandra; Grulke, Sigrid ULiege et al

in Research in Veterinary Science (2019), 124

The ultrasonographic images of the gastrointestinal tract in horses can be influenced by fasting and sedation but the proper effect of general anaesthesia (GA) on them has not been determined yet. This ... [more ▼]

The ultrasonographic images of the gastrointestinal tract in horses can be influenced by fasting and sedation but the proper effect of general anaesthesia (GA) on them has not been determined yet. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of GA on ultrasonographic images of the gastrointestinal tract in horses and to compare these effects with a clinical evaluation. Twenty horses undergoing non-abdominal surgeries were evaluated by ultrasonography before and 4 times within 24 h after GA. Each ultrasonographic exam focused on the stomach, the duodenum and on 5 locations on the jejunum. The four-quadrant auscultation and the postoperative faecal output were also recorded. Pre and post anaesthetic values were compared using linear mixed effects models. None of the horses presented colic signs or reduced faecal output. During the first 2 post anaesthetic evaluations, the gut sounds were significantly decreased and, when taking all jejunal locations together, the jejunal diameter and visualisation frequency significantly increased. No intestinal loop appeared thickened and most of their diameters remained within the normal range. Our results suggest that the effects of GA on the ultrasonographic images of the small intestine are mild and of short duration and can therefore be differentiated from a pathological process. [less ▲]

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See detailCardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and behavioral effects of intravenous lidocaine in healthy, conscious horses and evaluation of their relationship with lidocaine and monoethylglycinexylidide serum concentrations
Salciccia, Alexandra ULiege; Lopez Arevalo, Diego; Maes, An et al

in Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift (2019), 88(2), 67-76

This study aimed to evaluate the relationship between the serum concentrations of lidocaine/ monoethylglycinexylidide (MEGX) and their effects on several systems in horses. Five healthy, conscious horses ... [more ▼]

This study aimed to evaluate the relationship between the serum concentrations of lidocaine/ monoethylglycinexylidide (MEGX) and their effects on several systems in horses. Five healthy, conscious horses received a two-hour placebo intravenous infusion followed by a two-hour lidocaine infusion (bolus of 1.3 mg/kg over ten minutes followed by a continuous rate infusion of 0.05 mg/kg/min). Lidocaine and MEGX serum concentrations were sampled every ten to fifteen minutes during the experiment, and the presence of muscle fasciculations and loss of balance as well as the respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular systems of the five horses were evaluated by means of different non-invasive methods. During the lidocaine infusion, the mean (± SD) lidocaine and MEGX concentrations were respectively 768.88 ± 93.32ng/ml and 163.08 ± 108.98 ng/ml. The infusion of lidocaine significantly influenced the presence of fasciculations, caused a statistically but non-clinically significant decrease of systolic and diastolic blood pressures, which were both correlated with lidocaine and MEGX serum concentrations, and it increased the duodenal contractions frequency, which was correlated with the serum lidocaine concentration. In this study, mild hypotensive and prokinetic effects of short-term lidocaine infusion were observed. [less ▲]

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See detailMuscle OXPHOS capacities in endurance horses predict racing performance
Votion, Dominique ULiege; Fraipont, Audrey ULiege; Robert, C. et al

in Comparative Exercise Physiology (2018, November), 14

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