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References for Animal Pain, Stress, and Capture Myopathy

Karen L. Machin
Department of Veterinary Physiological Sciences
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada


Animal Pain. 1992. Eds. C. E. Short and A. V. Poznak. New York: Churchill 
     Livingstone.

Animal Pain and its Control. 1994. Sydney South, NSW, Australia: Post Graduate Committee in Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.

Animal Stress. 1985. Ed. G. P. Moberg. Bethesda, MD: Am Physiological Society: Williams and Wilkins.

Animal Welfare (South Mimms, England) - journal

The assessment of Pain in Man and Animals: Proceedings of an Internationl Symposium. 1962. London: Universities Federation for Animal Welfare.

The Assessment of Stress in Lab Animals. 1992. C. E. Ramsey. London: RSPCA.

Chemical Immobilization of North American Game Animals. 1979. D. M. Herbert and R. J. McFetridge. Prepared for the Fish and Wildlife Division, Dept. of Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife, Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, Canada.

Chemical Immobilization of North American Wildlife: Proceedings of the North American Symposium on Chemical Immobilization of Wildlife held April 4-6, 1982. Milwaukee, Wis: Wisconsin Humane Society.

The capture and care of wild animals: The work of 18 veterinary, medical, and wildlife experts. 1975. Ed E. Young.

Handbook of Wildlife Chemical Immobilization. 1996. T.J. Kreeger. Laramie WY: International Wildlife Veterinary Services Inc.

Physiology of Capture Myopathy: Quinquennial Report: A Study of Capture Myopathy (Overstraining Syndrome) in Wild Ungulates in Southern Africa. 1976. A. M. Harthorn. Petoria.

Physiology and Therapy of Capture Myopathy: Second Annual Report: A Study of Poliomyopathies (Overstraining Syndrome or Capture Myopathy) in Wild Ungulates in Southern Africa. 1976. A. M. Harthorn. Petoria.

Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals. 1992. Committee on Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council. Washington, D. C.: National Academy Press.

Restraint and Handling of Wild and Domestic Animals. 1995. M. E. Fowler. Ames: Iowa State University Press.


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