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Mary Ellen Goldberg
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Published on Feb 1, 2019in Veterinary Nursing Journal
Mary Ellen Goldberg1
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When considering physical rehabilitation (physiotherapy) for exotic and zoo animals, it is necessary to recognise painful behaviours in these patients prior to initiation of therapy. Once a creative treatment plan has been formulated, operant conditioning may be utilised in executing the various therapies. This article attempts to document therapies that have been used on various species that do not fall under the category of those normally receiving physiotherapy.
Published on Nov 2, 2017in Veterinary Nursing Journal
Mary Ellen Goldberg1
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AbstractWhat is the job of attacking offensive midfielder in soccer? The position will be somewhere between the midfield and the forward line, which means that they’ll be able to influence the “attack” high up in the field. Local anaesthetics (LA) are similar. LA used to be the only pain management available to veterinary practitioners, whether small or large animal practice, some 40 years ago. These blocks were used to stop any nerve impulses produced by cutting during surgery. LA are currently...
Published on Feb 1, 2017in Veterinary Nursing Journal
Mary Ellen Goldberg1
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AbstractChronic pain is subtle and more difficult to recognise in both dog and cat patients. As veterinary nurses, we need to recognise both signs of chronic and neuropathic pain. Low-stress handling techniques should be employed with cats to reduce pain and distress that could exacerbate a pain state. While not many validated chronic pain scales are available for cats, assessment and recognition of feline chronic pain has been well described. Feline chronic pain conditions can be degenerative j...
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