Equine Clinical Pharmacology

Equine Clinical Pharmacology

By Joseph Bertone, DVM, MS, Diplo. ACVIM, Alpine Animal Hospital, Carbondale, CO; and Linda J I Horspool, BVMS PhD DipECVPR MRCVS, Technical Manager companion animals, Marketing, Intervet International BV


1. Basic pharmacological principles for equine veterinary practitioners
2. Antibacterial drugs
3. Antiprotozoal drugs
4. Parasiticides
5. Drugs acting on the endocrine system
6. Drugs acting on the gastrointestinal system
7. Intra-articular medication and chondroprotection
8. Drugs affecting muscle
9. Drugs acting on the neurologic system and behavioural modification
10. Drugs acting on the urinary system
11. Drugs acting on the reproductive system
12. Drugs acting on the cardiovascular system
13. Ophthalmic therapeutics
14. Anti-inflammatory drugs
15. Anesthetics, tranquilizers, analgesics
16. Inhalant therapy and medication for the respiratory system
17. Fluid therapy
18. Formulary