Zero Pain Philosophy
Zero Pain Philosophy is here to help veterinary professionals worldwide achieve analgesic excellence in your clinic.
- Membership Offer30 Sep, 19:00WebinarThe latest webinar in our expert series is with Ian Self. Ian is a popular speaker and joins us at Zero Pain Philosophy to discuss whether we should use cannabinoids in pets.
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Dental blocks webinar
Take the Zero Pain approach to dental cases by incorporating local anaesthetic techniques into your practice. This webinar illustrates blocks that you can start using right away, with each block explained in videos. Feedback from practices shows that pets recover better following dental extractions when local blocks have been used.
Chronic NSAID use in cats
In this webinar we review the latest thinking on the analgesic options for OA in cats with a focus on the use of NSAIDs in chronic kidney disease. This compliments our recent webinar on anti nerve growth options for cats and the chronic pain webinar from the cat pain course.
The Essentials of Pain Scoring
Jacky Reid and her team have pioneered the development of pain scales which give us the ability to assess pain in dogs and cats in both the acute and chronic setting. In this expert series webinar Jacky shows how multidimensional scales take into account that key element of pain – how the pain makes the patient feel. Jacky also points out mistakes to avoid with pain scoring and how to optimise your pain management plan. By watching this webinar you will learn how to incorporate the Glasgow pain score into your treatment plan. Jacky then moves on to cover assessment of quality of life using the Vetmetrica assessment tool. Jacky’s expertise is of huge benefit to us and we recognise the value each of these pain scales bring to our day to day clinical practice.
New options in feline OA
Activity, mobility and wellbeing are some of the key factors to assess in cats with chronic pain. Research suggests that osteoarthritis affects 70% of cats with age the most important risk factor. What questions can we ask owners to identify cats as suffering with the pain of OA?
Should I reach for tramadol?
The efficacy of tramadol has been in question for a number of years, despite the fact that it is widely prescribed in dogs. In this snapshot session Carl will explain the evidence behind our decision making. Do we use tramadol in acute pain? Is it useful for chronic pain? Which dose and dosing frequency?
Ketamine - the ultimate analgesic
The analgesic benefits of ketamine is a hot topic right now. In both acute and chronic pain, ketamine is a useful drug that we all have sat on the shelf. In this webinar, Matt will discuss the options for ketamine as an analgesic and give you a full understanding of the advantages for your patients