Objective Lameness Measurement

Have Attitudes Toward Using the Equinosis Q in Pre-Purchase Exams Changed?

By Sarah E. Coleman, The Kentucky Horse Council Executive Director The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator has become a more readily accepted diagnostic tool for detecting lameness, both subtle and overt, in the 11 years since its commercial launch. Though respected as a modality to ensure the health and wellness…

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An Inside Look At Objective Evaluation: All-Access Investigation of the Equinosis Q

An Inside Look At Objective Evaluation: All-Access Investigation of the Equinosis Q By Nancy S. Loving, DVM PICTURED ABOVE: Dr. Kevin Keagan (right) and Dr. Nancy Loving (left) watch as the horse is trotted on a straightaway. FEB 2019 – As equine veterinarians, we are all too familiar with the challenges…

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Using Inertial Sensors in Research: What to Take into Consideration

Using Inertial Sensors in Research: What to Take into Consideration A Conversation with University of Missouri Professor of Equine Science Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS WHY USE INERTIAL SENSORS OVER OTHER METHODS OF OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT? DR. KEVIN KEEGAN In my honest opinion, if you are only interested in measuring lameness…

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