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Pain management in animals

  • 184 Pages
  • 0.52 MB
  • English
W.B. Saunders , London, New York
Therapeutic use, Pain, Treatment, Pain in animals, Analgesics, Veterinary, Anal
Statementedited by Paul A. Flecknell, Avril Waterman-Pearson
ContributionsScienceDirect (Online service)
LC ClassificationsSF910.P34 P35 2000
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (x, 184 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27079568M
ISBN 100702039284
ISBN 139780702039287

Book • Edited by: Paul A. Flecknell and Avril Waterman-Pearson. Browse book content. Written by an international team of veterinary pain management experts, Pain Management in Animals provides vets with all the information they need to provide good pain control in all their patients.

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Cited by: Pain Management in Animals is written by an international team of pain management experts and covers both large and small animal species. Topics include the physiology of pain and pharmacology of analgesics, and these are followed by detailed chapters on the management of acute and postoperative pain, and chronic pain.\"--BOOK JACKET.

\/span. 1. Introduction: Pain in Animals 2. The Physiology of Pain3. Pharmacology of Analgesics 4. Pain Recognition and Pain Assessment 5. Management of Postoperative Pain and Other Acute Pain 6.

Management of Chronic Pain 7. Problems of Pain ManagementPages: The author of a highly successful book on chronic pain in small animals** now turns his attention to all types of pain affecting the dog and the cat. Dr Foxs work is pre-eminent in describing and illustrating clearly and simply the difficulties and choices facing the veterinarian in identifying and treating pain, as well as providing an account Cited by: 4.

The book is massive by veterinary nursing standards, with 11 packed chapters totalling more than pages. The first section gives a brief history of modern thoughts and it is quite apparent that the public think of the animal as a member of the family so if they feel pain give them :   Animals, especially domestic companions such as dogs and cats, bring people happiness.

But could animals actually make us healthier, too. Is it time to start considering animal-assisted therapy a viable complementary and alternative. While this debate remains unanswered, the book nevertheless continues to educate the reader on the control or management of pain in animals.

The chapter on the physiology of pain is excellent, with superb descriptions of how pain is transmitted and the behavioral changes and pain response in animals.

Trust the Handbook of Veterinary Pain Management, 3rd Edition to help you meet the increasing need for effective pain management in the animals you treat.

This user-friendly guide contains the most up-to-date and clinically relevant information on analgesic drugs and managing pain in dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, ferrets, and rabbits.

Pain Management in Veterinary Practice provides veterinary practitioners with the information needed to recognize and manage pain in a wide range of large, small, and exotic animal species. Encompassing acute, adaptive, and chronic, maladaptive pain, the book provides an up-to-date review of the physiology and pathophysiology of pain.

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Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. Get this from a library. Pain management in small animals. [Debbie Grant, MA.] -- "This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It explores the vital role the veterinary nurse plays in achieving pain-free recovery for sick or.

A pain management plan must be tailored to your pet, their medical condition, and their pain; charges for these services will vary from patient to patient. A pain management plan must also be supervised to allow for modifications as your pets response unfolds; the time-frame may be over minutes, hours or weeks depending on the medical condition.

Pain Management in Veterinary Nursing covers the nursing aspects of small animal pain management demonstrating how nursing procedures, techniques and care can be as beneficial to patients as the drugs administered.

The book emphasises the vital role that veterinary nurses play in patient welfare - highlighting how advanced knowledge, skill and understanding of pain management Pages: The Animal Pain Management Center is a practice devoted to improving the quality of life and the longevity of cats and dogs.

Welcome. The APMC is a veterinary referral practice located in the Buffalo, NY area devoted to improving the quality of our pets' lives while also increasing the time we have with our furry loved ones.

Signs of pain can be subtle and difficult to recognize, so animals suspected of being in pain may be treated with drugs and then watched for improvement. Providing continuous (round-the-clock) administration of pain medication is often more effective at relieving pain than giving drugs on an “as-needed” schedule.

To explore the challenges and opportunities for pain management for animals used in research an interview study with 9 veterinarians, 3 veterinarian-scientists and 9 scientists, all engaged in animal-based studies in Canada, was carried out. Our broader aim was to contribute to further discussion of how pain can be minimized for animals used in by: 1.

Heat therapy is recommended for pain related to injuries older than 48 hours and is often one of the first solutions in pain management for dogs performed by a vet in the clinic. Pain Management in Animals, 1st Edition.

Authors: Paul Flecknell & Avril Waterman-Pearson the problems of pain management and pain assessment. Written by an international team of veterinary pain management experts, the Text-to-speech tool will read your book : Pain management features unique to cats Emphasizing the latest evidence and contemporary understanding of "why" and "how" to treat pain, the book will enable veterinary healthcare professionals as well as those in training, education, and research to develop a greater depth of knowledge in mechanisms of pain and potential targets for treatment.

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Evidence that Animals Feel Pain, and its Consequences 3. Assessing Pain in Animals 4. Methods of Pain Scoring in Animals 5. The Physiology of Pain 6. The Opioid Analgesic Drugs 7.

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Written by an international team of veterinary pain management experts, Pain Management in Animals provides vets with all the information they need to provide good pain control in all their patients. Author Information By the Text-to-speech tool will read your book : Recognition and Alleviation of Pain in Laboratory Animals, the second of two reports revising the publication Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals from the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR), focuses on pain experienced by animals used in research.

This book aims to educate laboratory animal. Zoological companion animals (ZCAs) are presenting to veterinary practices more and more frequently, and many will need some kind of pain management as part of their treatment plan. It can be challenging to know what type of medication to use and at what dose—whether it be in the clinic or at home for longer-term care—and there is a lot of.

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Pain Management for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses guides readers through the important concepts of animal pain management, providing specific approaches to managing pain in a wide variety of veterinary conditions.

Emphasizing the technician's role in advocating for the patient, the book equips technicians with the knowledge needed to manage pain in dogs, cats, horses, livestock, exotics.

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Our broader aim was to contribute to further discussion of how pain can be minimized for animals used in by: 1. Animals, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, The recognition and effective management of pain in animals are integral for ensuring good welfare in all fields of veterinary medicine, as well as when managing animals for production, in zoos, when caring for research animals, and when managing wildlife.

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Access to the latest pain management research and developments. Real time consultation with other professionals through the Members-Only Forum. Strategies to expand pain management services.Pain management is an important element of chronic conditions, and the use of gabapentin and amantadine for dogs and cats is a possible treatment.

The scientific mechanisms of gabapentin and amantadine support their use as part of analgesic protocols for chronic pain relief in dogs and cats.