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    Pain Management for the Small Animal Practitioner
    ( Made Easy Series )
    by William J. Tranquilli, Kirk A. Grimm, Leigh A. Lamont.

    Pages: 152
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    Edition: 2nd., 2004
    Language: English


    Pain terminology, physiology, perception and strategies for management; analgesic drug formulary and techniques; managing pain for specific conditions and procedures including trauma patient guidelines; controlling chronic pain.

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