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Feline Pain Management in General Practice

Feline Pain Management in General Practice

Feline Pain Management in General Practice

Michael Petty, DVM, CVPP, DAAPM
Michael Petty, DVM, CVPP, DAAPM
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

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Launch date: 04 May 2016
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Last updated: 03 Jan 2021

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Elizabeth Hannah (28 Jun 2020)
Comprehensive overview of the treatment of acute and chronic pain in cats. Gave lots of specific resources that I can adopt right away in a practice setting.
Erin Wendt (29 Nov 2018)
Very informative with good resources for pain scales to be utilized in clinic and at home.
Charles Hurty (11 Oct 2018)
Exam questions could be a bit more applicable to the main message of the CE. The exam questions were a bit weak.

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Description

Feline pain management can be frustrating and confusing on many levels including identifying signs of pain and knowing valid treatments options. This webinar will discuss how to identify signs of both acute and chronic pain and valid treatment options, including pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical methods.

Objectives

Objective 1
How to identify acute and chronic pain in cats
Objective 2
Treatment options for chronic and acute pain in cats that have some research to back them up
Objective 3
Learn about non-pharmaceutical approaches to the treatment of cats
Objective 4
Understand the importance of good nursing care in the hospitalized cat
Objective 5
Learn how evaluating treatment outcomes can be the key to any successful treatment
Michael Petty, DVM, CVPP, DAAPM

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Michael Petty, DVM, CVPP, DAAPM
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

Michael Petty is a veterinarian and certified veterinary pain practitioner and acupuncturist. As the owner of the Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital and Animal Pain Center in Canton, Michigan, Dr. Petty has devoted his professional life to the care and well-being of animals. He is the past president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and the co-author of the 2015 American Animal Hospital Association Pain Guidelines. A frequent speaker and consultant, Dr. Petty has also published articles in veterinary journals and elsewhere. He is the author of Dr. Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, published by Countryman Press, a division of W. W. Norton, on February 1, 2016.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70
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    Reference: 249-32541
  • New York State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
  • 1.00 Hours

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Conflicts Declared

Conflicts of Interest declaration by Author:

Dr. Petty was a former speaker for the Zoetis Elite program and is on the advisory board for Aratana Therapeutics.

User Reviews (3)

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Elizabeth Hannah (28 Jun 2020)
Comprehensive overview of the treatment of acute and chronic pain in cats. Gave lots of specific resources that I can adopt right away in a practice setting.
Erin Wendt (29 Nov 2018)
Very informative with good resources for pain scales to be utilized in clinic and at home.
Charles Hurty (11 Oct 2018)
Exam questions could be a bit more applicable to the main message of the CE. The exam questions were a bit weak.

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