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December 2019, Comparative Medicine: Pain Management in Rodents

December 2019, Comparative Medicine: Pain Management in Rodents

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The year 2020 has been dedicated as the Global Year for the Prevention of Pain. All laboratory animal professionals have a duty to ensure that the animals we work with are kept as comfortable and pain free as possible. In addition, we must ensure that IACUCs and research groups working with animals are educated and trained on best practices for pain recognition and prevention, and on how best to manage animals when pain is part of the model being studied. To that end, the December 2019 issue of Comparative Medicine, guest-edited by Pat Turner and Mark Suckow, is devoted to pain as a clinical factor and experimental variable in laboratory rodents. The 12 papers in this special issue cover ethical considerations regarding analgesia and pain management in rodents, the importance of pain recognition and management in rodents, sex and strain differences in response to pain and analgesics in mice, as well as the impact of pain on different models involving laboratory mice and rats.

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