Effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on postoperative respiratory and heart rate in cats subjected to ovariohysterectomy

@article{Hglund2018EffectON,
  title={Effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on postoperative respiratory and heart rate in cats subjected to ovariohysterectomy},
  author={Odd Viking H{\"o}glund and Barbara Dyall and Victoria Gr{\"a}sman and Ann Edner and Ulf Olsson and Katja H{\"o}glund},
  journal={Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={980 - 984}
}
Objectives The use of physiological parameters such as respiratory rate and heart rate to assess pain has long been discussed. The aim of the study was to compare postoperative respiratory rate and heart rate in cats subjected to flank ovariohysterectomy treated with a preoperative non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) or no NSAID, and determine whether these parameters are suitable for postoperative pain assessment in cats. We hypothesised that cats without an NSAID would experience… Expand
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Absence of measurement is not evidence of absence.

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