Pathological bradyarrhythmia in horses

John A Keen
Veterinary Journal 2020, 259-260: 105463
Pathological bradyarrhythmia is rare in horses but should be especially considered when presented with a horse that has signs consistent with episodic weakness or collapse. This paper reviews the literature describing our current knowledge of, and possible mechanisms causing, clinically significant bradyarrhythmia in horses.

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