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Chronic and osteoarthritic pain

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Abstract

Ongoing pain in dogs and cats presents specific challenges in terms of diagnosis, evaluation of pain, and response to treatment. Musculoskeletal pain represents a significant disease burden in veterinary species, with 20% of adult dogs and over 22% of adult cats demonstrating radiographic signs of degenerative joint disease.

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4.5 Decision-making algorithm for managing chronic pain in dogs. NSAID = non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug; PAT = pain assessment tool. * = Bridging medication may be required for the washout period; ** = Re-evaluate diagnosis.
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4.6 Decision-making algorithm for managing chronic pain in cats. NSAID = non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug; PAT = pain assessment tool. * = Bridging medication may be required for the washout period; ** = Re-evaluate diagnosis.
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4.7 PLATTER – acronym for the treatment of osteoarthritis in cats and dogs ( ).

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