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For Osteoarthritic Cats, Diagnosis and Treatment Now Possible

by Bidita Debnath on February 20, 2013 at 11:42 PM
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 For Osteoarthritic Cats, Diagnosis and Treatment Now Possible

"Unalleviated chronic pain induces functional limitations, contributes to behaviour troubles and loss of the human-animal bond leading potentially to pet euthanasia or surrender," Troncy explained.

Nevertheless, the cats were able to regain the rest of their normal life.

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"The development of adapted therapy protocols to correctly treat arthritis associated chronic pain will provide a better quality of life particularly in older cats and will in turn have a direct impact on owners, as their cat will be more active and sociable." The researchers will now start looking at how brain scans may further improve our understanding of pain in cats, particularly with regards to the neurophysiological hypersensitive process.vMeloxicam will be considered for use in cats by the Europe Medicines Agency on April, 2013.

Source: Eurekalert
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