Zero Pain Philosophy
Zero Pain Philosophy is here to help veterinary professionals worldwide achieve analgesic excellence in your clinic.
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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
How to manage chronic pain in cats
The alternative title to this session in our cat course, is ‘analgesia beyond NSAIDs’. With chronic pain, there is a limit to what NSAIDs can be expected to do. We will start with an understanding of the pathophysiology and explain why NSAIDs may hit their limit. Then what are our options? And how do we know our next line is effective? Together, we will review the literature to give you the best options for your feline patients.
Acute pain in cats
What is your first line analgesic for acute pain in cats? What if that is not enough? In this session Carl will cover all aspects of acute pain management for cats. This promises to be a fantastic start to our Zero Pain Philosophy cat course and is recommended to everyone in the practice team.
The ins & outs of NSAIDs in cats
NSAIDs are effective analgesics in both acute and chronic pain in cats. What should our primary concerns be regarding prescribing NSAIDs to cats? How do we assess efficacy and what should we do if we experience adverse effects? Join Matt if you would like to bring your knowledge up to speed and offer the cats under your care a Zero Pain approach.
Recognising pain in cats
Masters of disguise or pretty obvious? Recognising pain in cats is the very starting point of providing effective analgesics, both in the acute and chronic setting. This session is essential viewing and provides a baseline for the other lectures in this course. Watch this element anytime.