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post #1 of 1 Old 03-22-2010, 07:45 AM Thread Starter
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Tying-up/ Azorturia Help!

I am looking for people who have or used to have horses prone to tying up/ azorturia. I am currently writing my thesis on Tying up in relation to length of warm up period. I would be really grateful if everyone can fill out my questionnaire, it would be a great help!

There are only a few questions!!
Questionnaire

1. Do/did you have a horse who suffers from tying up/ azorturia?
Yes No

2. What is/was the age of the horse?
≤3 3- 7 8- 11 12≥

3. What is/was the Breed of the horse?
.

4. When was the last attack of tying- up?
≤ 1 week ago 1 month ago 2-3 months ago ≥6 months ago

5. What was the severity of the attack?
Where 1 is an indication of slight lameness, 5 is an indication of firm and painful muscles and 10 is an indication of reluctance to move, excessive sweating and reddish/ brown urine.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

6. What length of warm up period do/did you use?
≤10 minutes 11- 20 minutes 21- 30 minutes ≥30 minutes

7. What was the time of onset in relation to the training/ riding session?
Before the session 5- 10 minutes 10- 20 minutes
20- 40 minutes ≥40 minutes After the session

8. What length of time was the recovery period after the attack?
≤1 day 1 day after 2- 3 days after ≥3 days

Many thanks for your time!
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