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An important new report shares insights from a panel of strangles experts who met in January 2021 to discuss current best practice on diagnosis and management of the disease.
The virtual roundtable event brought together a group of vets and researchers with specialist knowledge and interest in strangles, including Redwings’ Senior Vet and Head of Welfare and Behaviour, Nic de Brauwere.
The group discussed the latest research, shared their approaches and experience of strangles diagnosis and treatment, along with strategies for outbreak management. Their conclusions are brought together as a comprehensive veterinary guide to the latest thinking around the infection.
The many key points reflecting current thinking include:
Thanks to determined efforts to continue researching strangles, our understanding of the Streptococcus equi bacteria that causes the disease is constantly evolving. As one of the sponsors of the roundtable discussion and subsequent report, Redwings is committed to sharing the latest information that can help contain and resolve strangles outbreaks and protect horses from a uniquely challenging infection.
You can read the full report by clicking here.