The Pain Control Toolkit

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By Admin on Feb 1, 2017 at 4:03 PM
  1. Admin

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    Recognition and management of pain in pets is everyone's job in veterinary practice, right? We think so—there's just no getting around it. Use these tools to help clients recognize pain in their pets, to help you treat it and to help educate the entire practice on caring for pets in pain. (With an educational grant by Elanco)
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    You may remember back when veterinarians and their teams believed pets didn't feel pain as much as people. Well, those days are long gone—relieving pain, especially to encourage healing, is a part of your everyday life.

    But pain control in pets is a rapidly developing field, and there's much to keep up on. That's where we come in. We've collected the most up-to-date information from experts in the field, the best communication tools to sure up your recommendations, and the latest client education tips to help get those pets the care they need.

    Here are the tools:

    Clinical updates

    > Pain management is everyone's job, but not everyone has the same role. Here's a look at what each member of the team can start working ontoday—to help control pets' pain.

    > Craving structure for your clinic's pain strategy? Here's a giant pyramid.

    > All those grumpy cats over the years? Maybe they were just in pain. Here's a clinical update on pain management solutions for cats. Plus, here are the 5 drugs you should have in your cat pain toolbox.

    > So, yes, the profession has progressed light years when it comes to managing pets' pain, but do you know about all your options? Check out the new frontier.

    > A Great Dane in great pain (warning: happy ending).


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