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A prospective, randomized, blinded, placebo-controlled multisite clinical study of bedinvetmab , a canine monoclonal antibody targeting nerve growth factor, in dogs with osteoarthritis

M.J. Corral, H. Moyaert, T. Fernandes, M. Escalada, J.K.S. Tena, R. R. Walters and M.R. Stegemann | Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia | August 2021
The aim of this randomized, double-blind, multicentre study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of bedinvetmab (Librela; Zoetis), compared to a placebo, for the alleviation of pain associated with osteoarthritis in client-owned dogs (n = 287)…

Evaluation of prescribing practices for gabapentin as an analgesic among veterinary professionals

R. Reader, O. Olaitan and E. McCobb | Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia | June 2021
This online survey study aimed to describe the prescribing practice for gabapentin as an analgesic among veterinary primary practitioners and specialists in multiple practice settings in the US and Canada…

Managing pain in common end-of-life conditions

A. Malik and S. Gregersen | The Veterinary Nurse | May 2019
The aim of this article was to consider some of the common end-of-life conditions that cause, or have the potential to cause, pain, and to provide guidance on how best to manage these in practice…

Assessment of quality of life and chronic pain in dogs

Z. Belshaw and J. Yeates | The Veterinary Journal | September 2018
The aim of this paper, which is written by two experts in the field, is to summarise recent developments in the understanding and assessment of quality of life (QOL) and chronic pain in dogs and to provide recommendations in this area…

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Pain scoring systems for cats

M.E. Goldberg | Feline Focus | January 2018
Accurate pain assessment is necessary to ensure that a patient receives safe and effective analgesia which is tailored to their individual needs…

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Clinician attitudes to pain and use of analgesia in cattle: where are we 10 years on?

J.G. Remnant, A. Tremlett, J.N. Huxley and C.D. Hudson | Veterinary Record | October 2017
Painful conditions in cattle can arise as a result of disease or injury or due to veterinary or husbandry procedures. Prevention and avoidance of pain is important but, accepting that some level of disease is unavoidable and certain husbandry procedures are necessary, reducing pain is an important aspect of farm animal welfare…

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Definitive Glasgow acute pain scale for cats: validation and intervention level

J. Reid, E.M. Scott, G. Calvo and A.M. Nolan | Veterinary Record | May 2017
The ability to consistently assess pain in animals is vital for the management of analgesia. A number of assessment tools, where the scores are linked to an intervention level…