ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL TOXICITY IN HORSES
 
Description    Horses can develop clinical signs after being administered isopropyl alcohol orally.
 
Species   Equine
 
Signs   Abnormal pupillary response to light, Blindness, Coma, Disoriented, Dullness, Inability to stand, Reluctant to move
 
References   Somerville BA. Acute isopropyl alcohol intoxication in a horse. Can Vet J 1996;37:359 [Web Reference]
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