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Heat stroke horse and cattle

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Horses worked hard in hot and or humid weather are susceptible to three conditions; _____________, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. dehydration
In horses sodium and chloride ions from body fluids are absorbed by the __________ mass. muscle
Heat exhaustion is also _________ hyperthermia. called
The term for spasmodic jerking of the diaphragm and or flanks in horses. thumps
If the horses body _________ stays above 107 degrees F to 109 degrees F for more than a short period of time, he will probably die. temperature
Horses worked hard in hot and or humid weather are susceptible to three conditions; _____________, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. dehydration
Sodium and chloride ions from body fluids are absorbed by the __________ mass. muscle
Heat exhaustion is also called hyperthermia
The term for spasmodic jerking of the diaphragm amd or flanks in horses. thumps
If the horses ______ temperature stays above 107 degrees F to 109 degrees F for more than a short period of time, he will probably die. body
Use the temperature __________ index as a guide to heat stress. humidity
provide fans or ____________ for confined cattle. ventilation
It may be necessary to consider __________ rether than treatment of some animals. euthanasia
Don't house animals in a small pen in direct sunlight without adequate _______, water and ventilation. shade
Health concerns regarding debilitated, disabled, or injured cattle will often require a dicision of either _________ or euthanasia. treatment
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