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  • EQUINE MEDICINENormal Resting Values-Evaluation Techniques
  • Basic Physical Exam
  • Body Temperature • Normal-Adult – 99.0-101.5 • Foals – + 1 degree
  • Body Temperature
  • Heart Rate• Auscultation – Adult • 30-40 BPM – Newborn • 60-80 BPM – 1-2 weeks • 75-100BPM
  • Heart Rate • Pulse – Submandibular Artery • Inside of mandible – Transverse Facial Artery • Lateral to the eye
  • Heart Rate • Pulse – Coccygeal artery • tail – Dorsal Metatarsal artery • Between cannon and lateral splint
  • Heart Rate• Pulse – Lateral and Medial Digital arteries • Fetlock • heels – Carotid arteries • Deep in neck
  • Heart Auscultation• Most common-left chest – S1-”lub” – S2”dub” – Murmurs-may be normal
  • Respiratory Rate • Adults-10-20 BPM • Newborn-80-90 BPM • 1-2 wks-20-40 BMP
  • Mucous Membranes Gums Lining of vulvaLining Conjunctivaof of eyenostrils
  • Hydration Status • Skin pinch test – Normal-1-2 sec • Capillary Refill Time – Normal-less than 2.0 sec
  • Abdominal Sounds May be heard with the naked ear or stethoscope