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OBJECTIVE To determine the effectiveness of a topical anaesthetic formulation (Tri-Solfen) with or without the administration of a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (carprofen) on the pain and… (More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the pain responses of lambs to mulesing, and the effectiveness of potential analgesic treatments. PROCEDURES Merino lambs (n=64) were allocated at 5 weeks of age to eight… (More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the effectiveness of two long-acting non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) at reducing the pain and stress responses to mulesing in lambs. PROCEDURES Merino lambs (n… (More)
OBJECTIVE To develop a lameness model to assess the efficacy of analgesics for alleviating pain, swelling and systemic signs of inflammation in sheep. PROCEDURES The response to subcutaneous… (More)
OBJECTIVE To assess in weaned lambs the palliative effects of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, carprofen, following intradermal injection of cetrimide to induce non-surgical mulesing. … (More)
To examine possible explanations for the observation that cholesterol is positively associated to skeletal muscle responses to resistance training, a randomized, double blind placebo controlled tri...
OBJECTIVE To assess in suckling lambs the impact of intradermal injection of cetrimide, a quaternary ammonium compound formulated to induce non-surgical mulesing, on some physiological and… (More)