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Amanda R. Taylor4
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(AU: Auburn University),
Sharon C. Kerwin22
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(A&M: Texas A&M University)
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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