A review of factors affecting analgesic selection in large animals undergoing translational research.

@article{Clutton2018ARO,
  title={A review of factors affecting analgesic selection in large animals undergoing translational research.},
  author={Richard Eddie Clutton},
  journal={Veterinary journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={236},
  pages={
          12-22
        }
}
The widespread physiological effects of pain in experimental animals are likely to reduce the validity of data except when pain itself is studied. Appropriately prescribed analgesics will limit pain and improve the welfare of animals undergoing noxious experimental procedures. However, their injudicious use may also introduce variability in data and limit study reproducibility. Optimizing both animal welfare and the value of scientific data from experimental studies requires the ability to… CONTINUE READING
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