This page will be populated with information on anaesthesia and analgesia of research animals. There are many excellent resources cited in Norecopa's database, including:
- textbooks on the subject in the TextBase database, which may be accessed from the search engine at the top of this page.
- guidelines with information on anaesthesia and analgesia
- Audiovisual educational and training materials
- More information on individual species is available here
- A collection of guidelines on anaesthesia and analgesia
- Srinivasa et al. (2020): The revised International Association for the Study of Pain definition of pain. Pain, doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001939
- Erickson RL et al. (2019): Alfaxalone-Xylazine anesthesia in laboratory mice (Mus musculus) Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 58: 30-39
- Clutton RE (2018): A review of factors affecting analgesic selection in large animals undergoing translational research. The Veterinary Journal, 236: 12-22
- Pain management for laboratory animals (Committee on Anaesthesia of GV-SOLAS supported by Working Group 4 of TVT, the German Veterinary Association for Animal Welfare), May 2015
- Moody CM & Weary DM (2014): Mouse aversion to isoflurane versus carbon dioxide gas. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 158, 95–101
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