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Author Topic: EQUINE AEROMASK FOR SALE  (Read 947 times)
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« on: March 22, 2011, 07:20:45 PM »

This mask is in great shape and has one used metered dose tube and one brand new, it is ready to go. It saved alot of careers of race horses I used to train.

The AeroMask* Equine System (ES) is designed to be used with pressurized Metered Dose Inhalers (puffers) as recommended by a veterinarian, wet aerosol nebulizers and ultrasonic devices by directly targeting the airway and lungs. The AeroMask* ES delivers aerosolized medication by accurately directing medication to the lungs and small airways – reducing the potential of systemic side effects.
Since 1990, the AeroMask* ES has been used and recommended by dozens of leading university-based equine medical centers around the world. The system has been used in almost 50 countries.
Equine Respiratory Diseases Respiratory diseases in horses are often classified in two ways:
Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD): Chronic, intermittent cough, increased mucoid airway secretions, and decreased performance. IAD can affect horses of any age and clinical signs at rest are usually subtle.
Recurrent Airway Obstruction (RAO): Disease of the lower airways, resulting in coughing and exercise intolerance. RAO tends to affect mature to older animals and may also be referred to as Heaves.
Your veterinarian is the best person to speak to about your horse’s condition. New it is $400 asking $200


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