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Introduction: Clinical anesthesia and analgesia

By Jean-Michel Hatt


Less than 10 years ago it was stated at international conferences that the use of analgesics after osteosynthesis in birds was questionable for 2 reasons: 1) we did not understand the mechanism of action of analgesics administered to avian species, and 2) the potential benefit of analgesia was considered a disadvantage (i.e., a bird should not use its operated limb immediately after the surgical procedure). Today, I feel these statements would receive general objection by the veterinary community

Topics: Department of Small Animals, 570 Life sciences; biology, 630 Agriculture
Publisher: Elsevier
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1053/j.jepm.2011.11.014
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