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El comportamiento inducido por estrés no siempre es obvio

Valoración Valoración: 4 Estrellas

Descripción: El estrés y la ansiedad están relacionados con el aumento de la sensación de dolor, por ello es importante saber identificar estos síntomas en los pacientes

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Stress-Induced Behavior Is Not Always Obvious

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Veterinary team brief

ENLACE: http://www.veterinaryteambrief.com/article/st[...]

The veterinary practice can be a scary place where less than desirable
activities, from blood draws to shots to temperature taking, inevitably
occur. Patients quickly realize that a practice visit is unlikely to be
fun, and their fight, flight, or freeze response kicks in.
Fear can be recognized easily in dogs that hide, scream, or snap, but others may
not demonstrate...
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The veterinary practice can be a scary place where less than desirable
activities, from blood draws to shots to temperature taking, inevitably
occur. Patients quickly realize that a practice visit is unlikely to be
fun, and their fight, flight, or freeze response kicks in.
Fear can be recognized easily in dogs that hide, scream, or snap, but others may
not demonstrate fear and anxiety as colorfully. These quieter vocalizers can be
challenging because they warrant special care and handling. Anxiety that is not
recognized and managed properly can result in bites, stress-induced ailments, and
an overall traumatic experience that threatens future visits.

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