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Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals

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Published by National Academies Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laboratory animals -- Health.,
  • Laboratory animals -- Effect of stress on.,
  • Animal welfare.,
  • Animal Welfare -- standards.,
  • Animals, Laboratory.,
  • Laboratory Animal Science -- ethics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementCommittee on Recognition and Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory Animals, Institute for Laboratory Animal Research, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies.
    ContributionsInstitute for Laboratory Animal Research (U.S.). Committee for Recognition and Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory Animals.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF406 .R43 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 122 p. :
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21040734M
    ISBN 100309108179
    ISBN 109780309108171
    LC Control Number2007052927

    Pain-transmitting spinal neurons are known to be under powerful descending modulation from the brainstem. Therefore, trained veterinary professionals should be involved in the design, monitoring, and documentation of experiments that have the potential to cause more than momentary pain and distress to laboratory animals. Google Scholar Brown, L. This condition is frequently accompanied by allodynia, in which pain is elicited by a nonnoxious stimulus e. London: Balliere Tindall.

    For animals that have been subjected to a localized surgical procedure, one would look for signs of pain in the affected body area. We believe that the outcome reflects a balanced exposition of where this field currently stands. Pain may not only be caused as part of a research procedure, but also may be a by-product of husbandry or other unrelated factors e. The relief of pain in laboratory animals. When handled, the escape reaction may be replaced by a state of tonic immobility.

    Butorphanol: a review of its pharmacological properties and therapeutic efficacy. Current scientific evidence strongly suggests that mammals, including rodents which are the most commonly used laboratory animalsare able to experience pain. If an eBook is available, you'll see the option to purchase it on the book page. The most publicized of these are the wide range of experimental techniques which are undertaken using laboratory animals, but also includes procedures such as castration of farm animals and neutering operations carried out on pet animals.


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Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals Download PDF Ebook

Google Scholar Heel, R. Thus, pain and stress are not inherently bad for an animal, unless these biologic strategies fail to protect the animal from stress or the biologic cost of coping takes too great a toll on the animal. Defining Pain and Distress Pain is an unpleasant sensation that is highly subjective.

Google Scholar Blumberg, H. The incidence of post-operative pain in children. AALAS recognizes that the use of animals in research and teaching often creates a highly emotional debate with contradictory opinions within the public at large. There may be an increase in heart and respiratory rates.

Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals

Holmes, University of Georgia Michael D. The prevention or alleviation of the pain associated with such procedures is a complex problem with no single, simple solution. This condition is frequently accompanied by allodynia, in which pain is elicited by a nonnoxious stimulus e.

Analgetic actions of intrathecal opiates in cat and primate. I also extend my deep appreciation to the Committee members and staff who devoted Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals book time to this report. Cardiopulmonary effects of butorphanol tartarate in horses.

The animal pharmacology of buprenorphine, an oripavine analgesic agent. Pruritis after epidural morphine. This chronic pain no longer has adaptive value but instead causes distress.

Agonist and antagonist properties of buprenorphine, a new antinociceptive agent. Google Scholar Camporesi, E. Analgesic effectiveness of the narcotic agonist-antagonists. During the review, the committee must determine if 1 the proposed animal use is essential for achieving relevant scientific goals, 2 an appropriate species has been selected, 3 the number of animals requested is properly justified, 4 the care of the animals is appropriate, 5 the provisions for alleviating pain and distress are appropriate, and 6 alternatives to procedures that might cause pain or distress have been considered.

Pain may not only be caused as part of a research procedure, but also may be a by-product of husbandry or other unrelated factors e. London: Blackwell Scientific Pub.

London: Laboratory Animals Ltd. Google Scholar Laska, F. When dealing with post-operative care, the pre-operative management of the animal, the operative procedures and the anesthetic regime must all be evaluated and, when necessary, modified to minimize pain or discomfort.

Google Scholar Vickers, M.in the ethical aspects related to the use of animals in research, with particular attention to pain and distress associated with experimental procedures. Back inthe National Research Council (NRC) published the report Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals.

Although pain and distress are often addressed. Jul 03,  · Focuses on the stress and distress which is experienced by animals when used in laboratory research.

This book discusses the role of humane endpoints in situations of distress and principles for the minimization of distress in laboratory animals. It offers education on the ethical issues associated with stress and distress in laboratory animals.

Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals / Committee on Recognition and Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory Animals, Institute for Laboratory Animal Research, Division on Earth and Life Studies. p. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.) ISBN (pbk.) 1.Recognition_and_Prevention_of_Pain,_Suffering_and_Distress.

Recognition_and_Alleviation_of_Pain_in_Laboratory_Animals. Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR) Pdf Post-Operative Pain in Animals: Assessing the Health and Welfare of Laboratory Animals (AHWLA) American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) Learning Library.E-book by Subject; E-books: Laboratory Animal Science.

Alleviating Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals

Recognition and alleviation of distress in laboratory animals / Committee on Recognition and Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory Animals, Institute for Laboratory Animal Research, Division on Earth and Life Studies.Oct 01,  · In it published Recognition ebook Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory Animals and now comes ebook present title that deals with the recognition and alleviation of pain in various vertebrate species used in research.

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