HORSE BLEEDING ( EIPH)


Horse Bleeding or EIPH (termed exercise induced-pulmonary-haemorrhage) occures during strenuous exercise is common in racehorses. However,blood (haemorrhage) appears at the nostrils (referred to as ‘epistaxis’) in only a small percentage of cases. InVictoria, the prevalence of horses bleeding for the first-time as defined as the appearance of blood at both nostrils after exercise is approximately 1.5 per 1000 starters (or 0.15%). This is comparable to that reported in Japan, Britain and South Africa, and less than that reported in Singapore, Hong Kong and the USA. Although blood appearing at the nostrils is relatively uncommon, data from large surveys performed in a number of areas around the world indicate that some degree of EIPH may occur in up to 75% of runners. Blood may be present in the trachea alone and therefore may only be evident on endoscopic examination after exercise. As it may take some time for the normal clearance mechanism of the respiratory tract to move blood into the trachea from the lungs, endoscopy may not reveal haemorrhage unless it is performed 60 minutes or more after exercise. In some cases, EIPH is not evident on endoscopy and laboratory analysis of a bronchoalveolar lavage sample (BAL or ‘lung wash’) is necessary to demonstrate its occurrence.

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Directions: Shake bottle vigorously 10 times before drawing 10ml dose (every time you use it). Give your horse STOP 20 on an empty stomach or as far from its meals as possible. First 20 days: 10ml oral of STOP 20 twice a day during the first 10 days and then 10ml once a day during the following 10 days. Avoid great efforts for the first 10 days of supplementation; do not gallop or breeze for the first 10 days. Only very light training (walking and/or jogging) can be practiced during the first 10 days. Normal training can be resumed during the second 10 days of supplementation. Your horse is ready to race at any moment after day 20. We strongly recommend administering the dose under the tongue to allow for maximum absorption. Keep this product away from sources of energy, heat and light Do not mix different products in the same syringe

**THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA; THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SEEK THE ADVISE OF A QUALIFIED VETERINARIAN FOR A PROPER AND PROFESSIONAL DIAGNOSIS.