The complement
Natural source of performance

Bleeding from the nose to the effort or epistaxis

The induced pulmonary hemorrhage in the year (EIPH) is a common condition in race and sport horses. Bleeding may be more or less abundant and can come from different parts of the respiratory system. It is essential to view through an endoscope causing this bleeding: nasal cavity, sinuses, larynx, guttural pouches, trachea or lung alveoli.
The bleeding causes an inability for the horse to continue his sporting activity, treatment is mandatory. Specific training must be adapted. Depending on the source of bleeding prognosis will be more or less favorable.

Care protocol

Administered Or-Draining, Or-Immune, Or-Respi and Or-Bones during one month. During the competition this treatment combines nebulisations and a diet before effort.