ASLAP 2020 CE Seminar Recording: "Novel Approaches to Pain Management"!

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We are excited to offer the recordings for the seminar on “Novel Approaches to Pain Management in Laboratory Animals” that we presented on October 1. Our session covered acupuncture, fish analgesia, multimodal analgesia in Exotic Species, pain management in Zebrafish and the use of laser therapy.

This session is a  great benefit to graduate students, research investigators, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and compliance staff. 

A Novel Approach to Pain Management in Laboratory Animals will cover the following

How to Harness the Power of Needles to Minimize Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals

Harvey Ramirez, DVM, DACLAM, CVA

Fish Analgesia: What We Know and Where to Go From There

Frederic Chatigny, DVM, MSc

Multimodal Analgesia in Exotic Species

Angela Lennox, DVM, DABVP- Avian, ECM, DECZM- Small

Management of Pain and Distress in Zebrafish

Susan Farmer, DVM, PhD

Shining a Light on Laser Therapy

Elizabeth Magden, DVM, MS, DACLAM

$50 Registration Fee ASLAP Members;  $100 Non members

The Seminar will be available on demand through April 1

This program has been approved for 5 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. 

Program Number 431-43687

We want to thank the generosity of our Sponsors for helping us to arrange this Seminar!

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Beyond Buprenorphine: Pain Management in Fish and Exotic Animals

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Julie A Balko, Frederic Chatigny, Angela M Lennox

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