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Changes to Buprenorphine Dosing Recommended

Following conversations with AAALAC evaluators and a review of the article “Clinical Management of Pain in Rodents,” RARC veterinary staff are recommending amendments to the pain management regimens in some protocols involving rodents. Learn more about the article, new burenorphine dosing recommendations, and the PLATTER approach to managing pain in research animals in this presentation by Dr. Becky Johnson.

Dr. Johnson is a veterinary anesthesiologist for UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and part-time anesthesiologist for RARC. She presented the information in this PowerPoint to all IACUC committees on campus.

 

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