What do we do when NSAIDs aren?t potent enough to provide pain relief in patients with chronic pain? We will discuss other pharmacologic choices as well as a brief description of non-pharmacologic choices for treatment of chronic pain in veterinary patients. 1 CE credit.
These lectures focus on current and ?cutting edge? techniques in pain management for the small animal or special species patient. Participants will learn about current principles of pain physiology and pain assessment techniques that they will be able to implement in their veterinary practices. 6.25 CE credits.
This program will aim to provide practical and new information on imaging and managing critical or painful patients. It will also provide insight on how best to communicate with clients during emergency or stressful situations. 8.5 CE Credits.
This course focuses on dogs and cats that are having problems walking. We see these patients everyday for lameness, limping, stumbling, weakness, problems jumping or running, pain, walking ?funny? or being unable to walk. 8 CE credits.
This on-demand AVMA course by Dr. Tamara Grubb discusses how cats experience both acute and chronic pain and how this pain must be addressed in our feline patients using a variety of analgesic drugs and techniques. (1 CE credit)
The five modules in the VEO Pain Management course are designed to give the busy practitioner a working knowledge of the vocabulary and concepts underlying the modern approach to pain management in the dog and cat. (5 CE credits)