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Recognizing & Treating Pain

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How do we know if they hurt? Pain assessment in small animals

Because dogs and cats can’t speak, wemust give voice to their pain. This review describes methods for recognizing and accurately assessing an animal’s pain—essential steps in effective pain management.

Analgesia after onychectomy in cats

Providing pain relief after onychectomies in cats is a must, and you have many options. Choosing which drug to use can be confusing, but, in general, a multimodal approach seems best.

Understanding and recognizing cancer pain in dogs and cats

They may not speak, but our patients with cancer can still tell us they’re in pain. Are we getting the message? With careful observation and good client communication, we can identify pain. And with an awareness of the cancers and procedures known to cause pain, we can offer preemptive pain control.

Treating cancer pain in dogs and cats

No matter the type of cancer, pain is common at various stages, causing not only suffering but also other adverse physiological effects. Make sure you’re aware of and are using the best management options—from surgery to radiation to drugs.

Answering Your Questions: Practical analgesia in cats

Cats will suffer in silence, so it’s our job to either predict when they will face pain or recognize when they are feeling pain. Then we must choose suitable drugs from our armamentarium to prevent or relieve these patients’ discomfort.

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