Equine Respiratory Update
Equine Respiratory Update Current and Past Issues
Spring 2021: Spotlight on equine herpesvirus and cumulative study data for the top infectious upper respiratory diseases in the horse.
Fall 2020: Preview the 2020-2021 winter-spring seasonal disease outlook.
Spring 2020: Follow one practitioner’s infectious upper respiratory disease case journey.
Fall 2019: A silver lining in an equine influenza outbreak? Thanks to real world surveillance we can learn from an outbreak by isolating and sequencing the strain causing it to potentially improve vaccine protection.
Spring 2019: Infectious respiratory disease trends in the industry, from influenza and equine herpesvirus to strangles.
Fall 2018: Biosurveillance Program sheds light on Streptococcus equi subs. equi (better known as strangles), prevalence factors.
Spring 2018: In February 2013, an outbreak of equine herpesvirus (EHV-1) and equine influenza virus (EIV) impacted a large number of well-vaccinated horses. How the Florida ’13 vaccine strain story began.
Fall 2017: What we know about the gamma herpesviruses, equine herpesviruses types 2 and 5 (EHV-2, EHV-5). There is some evidence suggesting that EHV-2 and EHV-5 may be clinically important as respiratory and ocular pathogens in some situations.
Spring 2017: Study confirms equine herpesvirus-4 (EHV-4) is a predominant virus associated with upper airway infection.
Summer 2016: Disease trends from January to June 2016. Respiratory Surveillance questionnaire. The importance of collecting accurate samples.
Spring 2016: Surprising trends take shape in eighth year of the Respiratory Biosurveillance Program. Why sound biosecurity measures are more important than ever.
Fall 2015: The most recent six months of Biosurveillance data reveal equine influenza virus (EIV) as the most common pathogen. Interesting demographic factors observed among EIV positive cases.
Spring 2015: The inaugural issue of the Equine Respiratory Update newsletter provides an overview of the Equine Biosurveillance Program, developed to study the prevalence and epidemiology of relevant viral and bacterial respiratory pathogens.
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