SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Anon (1985) SAS User's Guide: Statistics. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, North Carolina.
  • Auer, D.E., Skelton, K.V., Tay, S. and Baldock, F.C. (1993) Detection of bicarbonate administration (milkshake) in Standardbred horses. Aust. vet. J 70, 336340.
  • Freestone, J.F., Carlson, G.P., Harrold, D.R. and Church, G. (1989) Furosemide and sodium bicarbonate-induced alkalosis in the horse and response to oral KCl or NaCl therapy. Am. J. vet. Res 50, 13341339.
  • Frey, L.P., Kline, K.H. and Foreman, J.H. (1993) Effects of pre-race exercise, furosemide, sex and ambient temperature on blood sodium, bicarbonate and pH values in Standardbred horses. J. anim. Sci 71, 209.
  • Greenhaff, P.L., Hanak, J., Harris, R.C., Dobias, P., Jahn, P., Skalicky, J. and Snow, D.H. (1991) Metabolic alkalosis and exercise performance in the Thoroughbred iorse In: Equine Exercise Physiology 3, Eds: J.R.Gillespie and N.E.Robinson ICEEP Publications, Davis, California. pp 353360.
  • Hanson, C.M., Kline, K.H., Foreman, J.H. and Frey, L.P. (1993) Effect of sodium bicarbonate on plasma volume, electrolytes and blood gases in resting Quarter Horses In: Proceedings 13th Equine Nutrition and Physiology Symposium, Gainesville, Florida. pp 115120.
  • Harkins, J.D. and Kamerling, S.G. (1992) Effects of induced alkalosis on performance in Thoroughbreds during a 1,600-m race. Equine vet. J 24, 9498.
  • Hermansen, L., Oheim, A. and Sejersted, O.M. (1984) Metabolic acidosis and changes in water and electrolyte balance in relation to fatigue during maximal exercise of short duration. Int. J. sports Med 5, 110115.
  • Kelso, T.B., Hodgson, D.R., Witt, E.H., Bayly, W.M., Grant, B.D. and Gollnick, P.D. (1987) Bicarbonate administration and muscle metabolism during high intensity exercise In: Equine Exercise Physiology 2, Eds: J.R.Gillespie and N.E.Robinson ICEEP Publications, Davis, California. pp 438447.
  • Kline, K.H., Foreman, J.H., Hanson, C.M. and Frey, L.P. (1993) Changes in blood gases and electrolytes of horses given varying doses of sodium bicarbonate In: Proceedings 13th Equine Nutrition and Physiology Symposium, Gainesville, Florida. pp 113114.
  • Kowalski, J., Roberts, A., Williams, J., Hintz, H.F., Daniluk, P. and Schryver, H.F. (1991) Effect of interval between doses on response of the pony to sodium bicarbonate. Cornell Vet 81, 5966.
  • Lawrence, L.M., Miller, P.A., Bechtel, P.J., Kane, R.A., Kurcz, E.V. and Smith, J. S. (1987) The effect of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on blood parameters in exercising horses In: Equine Exercise Physiology 2, Eds: J.R.Gillespie and N.E.Robinson ICEEP Publications, Davis, California. pp 448455.
  • Lawrence, L., Kline, K., Miller-Graber, P., Siegel, A., Kurcz, E., Fisher, M. and Bump, K. (1990) Effect of sodium bicarbonate on racing Standardbreds. J. anim. Sci 68, 673677.
  • Lindeman, J. and Fahey, T.D. (1991) Sodium bicarbonate ingestion and exercise performance. Sports med 11, 71.
  • Lindinger, M.I. and Sjogaard, G. (1991) Potassium regulation during exercise and recovery. Sports med 11, 382401.
  • Lindinger, M.I., Heigenhauser, G.J.F., McKelvie, R.S. and Jones, N.L. (1992) Blood ion regulation during repeated maximal exercise and recovery in humans. Am. J. Physiol. 126136.