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    Pain Management in Animals

    Pain Management in Animals
    By Paul Flecknell, Avril Waterman-Pearson



    Pages: 200
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    Edition: 1st., 2000
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0702017674

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    Univ. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. Practical summary of current concepts of pain management in animals. Covers large and small animal species. Topics includes the physiology of pain and pharmacology of analgesics. Includes a detailed chapter on the management of acute and postoperative pain, and chronic pain. Halftone illustrations. Softcover.

    At last a really good practical book on how to treat pain. It clearly summarises the evidence that animals feel pain and then - this the best bit - turns the science into real help for front-line practising vets.
    A must-have for all vets everywhere



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