REVISTA DESTACADA

Valoración del dolor agudo en gatos

Descripción: Revisión en inglés sobre la identificación del dolor agudo en gatos

TITULO FUENTE ORIGINAL:

Assessment of acute pain in cats

AUTORES:

Sheilah Robertson

REVISTA ABREV.:

today’s Veterinary Practice

AÑO:

2014

REFERENCIA:

January/February: 33-37.

FECHA DE PUBLICACIÓN:

01/02/2014

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

Pain is a multifactorial experience, with sensory (“ouch”) and affective (emotional) components. Untreated pain can delay recovery, decrease quality of life, and disturb the human–animal bond. Pain also increases the body’s stress response to traumatic injury and causes alterations in metabolic and endocrine function. It is now well established that animals... + Leer más

Pain is a multifactorial experience, with sensory (“ouch”) and affective (emotional) components. Untreated pain can delay recovery, decrease quality of life, and disturb the human–animal bond. Pain also increases the body’s stress response to traumatic injury and causes alterations in metabolic and endocrine function.

It is now well established that animals and humans have similar neuro-anatomical pathways for the transduction, transmission, and modulation of pain. A fundamental part of quality, compassionate veterinary care isprevention and management of pain and, therefore, it must be quckly recognized, assessed, and treated by the veterinary team. 

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