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Symposium on pain management. I. Understanding pain and analgesic therapy in pets. II. Classifying commonly used analgesic agents. III. Selecting the right analgesics:indications and dosage requirements


, : Symposium on pain management. I. Understanding pain and analgesic therapy in pets. II. Classifying commonly used analgesic agents. III. Selecting the right analgesics:indications and dosage requirements. Veterinary Medicine 84(7): 677...697

These reviews cover the consequences of unrelieved pain, interpreting the signs of pain, analgesic versus chemical restraint, peripheral acting agents, agents that act at the spinal cord level, central acting agents, dosing schedules and administration routes, the indications for analgesic agents, opioids, opioid agonists, opioid agonists-antagonists, partial opioid agonists, nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs, alpha -2 agonists, local anaesthetics, epidural analgesia, pain relief for specific conditions, trauma and critical care, geriatric and pediatric patients, postoperative pain and thermal injuries.

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