Analgesic Best Practice for the Use of Animals in Research and Teaching-An Interpretative International Literature Review

@inproceedings{Schofield2006AnalgesicBP,
  title={Analgesic Best Practice for the Use of Animals in Research and Teaching-An Interpretative International Literature Review},
  author={John Calderwood Schofield and Dip ACLAM and Virginia M. Williams BVSc},
  year={2006}
}
Anaesthetic agents developed for humans have been routinely used in a broad range of animal species and there is a substantial literature on anaesthetic drug combinations for use in animals. However, the management of pain following surgical procedures performed on animals has received less attention. Although the clinical use of analgesics has increased substantially in veterinary practice, pain alleviation in experimental animals has lagged behind. 

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