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Table 2 Published studies (n = 13) based on data from insured horses in chronological order

From: Insurance data for research in companion animals: benefits and limitations

Source Year Country1 Main focus/disease
Greenhall et al. (1979) [19] 1978-1979 US2 Mortality; by cause3
Bergsten et al. (1983) [62] 1973-1981 Sweden Mortality; locomotor problem
Clausen et al. (1990) [29] 1977-1987 Germany4 Morbidity; general. by cause2
Hommerich et al. (1995) [20] 1984-1994 Germany5 Mortality; by cause
LeBlond et al. (2000) [28] 1995 France6 Mortality; general, by cause
Egenvall et al. (2005) [25] 1997-2000 Sweden Morbidity; general
Penell et al. (2005) [26] 1997-2000 Sweden Morbidity; by cause
Egenvall et al. (2006a) [27] 1997-2000 Sweden Mortality; general, by cause
Egenvall et al. (2006b) [63] 1997-2002 Sweden Mortality; general, locomotor problems
Higuchi (2006) [51] 2001-2003 Japan Morbidity and mortality; colic
Egenvall et al. (2008) [39] 1997-2002 Sweden Morbidity; general, locomotor problems
Egenvall et al. (2008) [40] 1997-2002 Sweden Morbidity and mortality; colic
Egenvall et al. (2009) [41] 1997-2002 Sweden Morbidity and mortality; riding schools horses, locomotor problems
  1. 1 Data from Swedish studies (n = 8) emanates from Agria insurance http://www.agria.se and various companies provided data for the other studies
  2. 2 Rhulen Agency, Inc, Monticello NY
  3. 3 only proportional measures presented
  4. 4 not stated
  5. 5 Vereinigten Tierversicherung Gesellschaft a.G.
  6. 6 data from 9 of 42 identified French horse insurance companies.