Books and DVDs About EPMThe American Quarter Horse Association offers the Your Horse’s Health Vol 1 which includes information about EPM and other diseases.
Rehabilitation of Horses with Neurological Deficits Booklet can be purchase electronically, or in hard copy. Written by a veterinarian and his wife after their horse was treated for EPM, this book covers Tteam techniques to aid recovery, based on their experiences with their own and other client's horses.
Understanding EPM: Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis is a paperback book that explains, in detail, every facet of EPM. The most recent edition was revised in 2004. Reviews I have read about this book have been favorable, but I have not reviewed it myself.
Herbal EPM SupportSmart Smartpak Equine lists a few supplements that may aid horses with EPM and offers a blend of vitamins, herbs and other ingredients called SmartProtect Ultra. SmartPak supplements can also be packaged in daily doses, which makes it convenient for those who board their horses and want to make things easier for anyone feeding the horse.
Meadowsweet Acres Horse Herbs suggests herbs for horses with EPM, what they contain and how they can help. The site also has an extensive list of EPM information and the owners manages the Yahoo Group I mention below.
Online EPM ResourcesYahoo Group: Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis is a ver active group for people dealing with horses who have EPM and provides information and support from diagnoses to re-rehabilitation. This is a good place to ask about current treatments, alternative treatments and what does and does not work in the experiences of those dealing with the disease.
EPMHorse.org is a website developed by a women whose horse was diagnosed with EPM in early 2009. There is an extensive bibliography of references, videos and photos, and Fudge's blog documenting the progress of his treatment and recovery. The website is kept as current as possible, with the owner's insights into maintaining affected by horse with EPM.
The Merck Veterinary Manual explains the etiology and epidemiology, diagnosis treatment and control of Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis. The Merck Veterinary Manual is a standard text book for all those involved in animal health care. This is a general outline.
UC Davis Report on Developments in the Understanding of EPM is a 2009 publication from the University of California. The PDF discusses advances in EPM diagnosis and treatments.
Veterinarians, vet students and those involved in animal health care may access IVIS: The Internet Veterinary Information Service, the largest online veterinary library. This is an excellent resource containing some of the most up-to-date studies and reports done by veterinarians currently working in their field.