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In-Home Pain Assessment for Cats (Spanish)

by by Stephen Niño Cital RVT, SRA, RLAT, CVPP, VTS-LAM (Res. Anesthesia) with the American Animal Hospital Association

Demystify cat pain signals for clients with this instructive, easy to understand handout.

$14.45 Member
$16.95 Nonmember

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The In-Home Pain Assessment for Cats (Spanish) introduces clients to the idea that cats express pain differently – from humans and from each other. This ready-to-go resource uses evidence-based tools to help clients identify and evaluate pain signals in cats, including the Feline Acute Pain Scale developed by Colorado State University.
Help clients feel included in their cats’ care by giving them the tools to spot subtle changes of pain and discomfort that may otherwise go unnoticed and untreated.
The In-Home Pain Assessment for Dogs (Spanish) is also available either separately or—for special bundle pricing—as part of a set with the cat version. English language versions are available as well: SET In-Home Pain Assessment for Dogs and In-Home Pain Assessment for Cats (English).
Pad of 50 single-sided handouts.  
Stephen Niño Cital is a multi-credentialed veterinary technician specialist with a passion for anesthesia, pain management, and cannabinoid medicine. He has authored multiple articles and contributed to several textbooks, including acting as the lead editor for the first cannabinoid medicine textbook, titled “Cannabis Therapy in Veterinary Medicine” by Springer Nature. He serves on multiple boards and is a strong advocate for veterinary technician advancement along with minority representation. Stephen's primary leadership roles are the COO of the Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds and Executive Director for the Academy of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians and Nurse. He is a lab manager at Stanford University in the department of neurobiology in addition to a clinical pain practitioner and partner at Remedy Veterinary Specialists. For more information, please see www.StephenCital.com.

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