2016
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-8726
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Abstract: There are studies on electrocardiogram (ECG) in several breeds of horses, which highlights the growing importance of cardiology in this species. But few authors have addressed the influence of pregnancy on the cardiac physiology of the mare, and specifically, there are no studies on the Mini-horse breed, as well as no correlation of body weight (BW) and heart rate (HR) with electrocardiographic parameters in this breed. The aims of this study were to determine the effects of pregnancy on ECG parameters and to … Show more

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“…It can be noted that the values of both P1 and P2 decreased as age progress. At 14th days of age, the values found for this parameter were similar to foals from 15 days to 10 months of age of the same breed [24].…”
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“…It can be noted that the values of both P1 and P2 decreased as age progress. At 14th days of age, the values found for this parameter were similar to foals from 15 days to 10 months of age of the same breed [24].…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 69%
“…However, comparing the duration of the PR segment and the QRS complex, numerically, the neonates in the present study had shorter time compared to the Ponies [10]. As for the duration of the T wave, the foals had presented lower values than those already described, which it is possibly due to the heterogeneous age of the foals [24].…”
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confidence: 57%
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