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Horse Times Magazine :: Winter Issue # 52

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>> POST RACE ARRHYTHMIAS
By: NICOLA KERBYSON, Equine Veterinary Journal | Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Horse Times Egypt: Equestrian Magazine :Riders Blog :POST RACE ARRHYTHMIAS OCCURRENCE OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS IN STANDARDBRED RACEHORSES.

JR Slack, RC Boston, LR Soma and VB Reef

http://tinyurl.com/olu6f9y

This prospective observational study assessed the occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias in Standardbred racehorses both prior to racing and in the late post race period (6-29 minutes post race). A non-continuous recording device was used in this study where 8657 ECG recordings were collected from 1816 horses over a 12 week period. 87.8% of horses had normal sinus rhythm prior to racing, 6.9% had second degree AV block, with the remainder having other arrhythmias. In the post race period no horses had normal sinus rhythm, 99.4% had sinus tachycardia; 0.28% had ventricular premature depolarisation, 0.14% had atrial fibrillation, 0.14% had supraventricular premature depolarisation (s), with the remainder having other arrhythmias. There was no association between pre-race furosemide administration and post race cardiac arrhythmia, the only risk factor identified was age.

The bottom line: The non-continuous recording method is a practical tool to detect physiological and pathological cardiac arrhythmias; the frequency of arrhythmias detected at this time period post racing can be used to inform racecourse veterinary surgeons.

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