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to minimize stress and help them become more accustomed to the clinic environment and staff. 3 , 4 Recently, gabapentin has gained popularity as an anxiolytic and analgesic agent for cats. Several publications have validated its effectiveness in

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sensitive to painful stimuli. Meloxicam, an NSAID, when administered alone or in combination with gabapentin, (a γ-aminobutyric acid analog), reduces the severity of experimentally induced lameness in beef calves. 3 Meloxicam and flunixin showed differences

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veterinary staff. Gabapentin and pregabalin are structural analogs to the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA. Members of this drug class, known as gabapentinoids, do not affect the GABA-A receptor but instead bind to the α-2-delta subunit of voltage

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Gabapentin, a structural analogue of GABA, has been used as an adjunctive antiepileptic drug to treat partial seizures in humans. 1,2 Gabapentin has been used to treat all types of neuropathic pain, 3 and it also can be used to reduce

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Gabapentin is a structural analogue of GABA, which was originally developed as an antiepileptic drug. 1 Gabapentin was also found to be effective in the treatment of some chronic pain syndromes in people, such as postherpetic neuralgia

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hospitalization of veterinary patients. Trazodone is classified as a serotonin antagonist and reuptake inhibitor and is well-tolerated in dogs. 4 Similarly, gabapentin, an antiepileptic drug that binds to voltage-gated calcium channels, acting presynaptically to

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% of subjects in response to a supramaximal noxious stimulus. 8 Gabapentin, a structural analog of γ-aminobutyric acid, is an anticonvulsant used for the treatment of neuropathic and chronic pain and refractory seizures as well as for its sedative

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scores and activity in dogs undergoing amputation of a forelimb. 1 Gabapentin, a medication originally developed for use as an anticonvulsant, has received considerable attention in the human literature for its ability to decrease chronic neuropathic

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suggested for reducing stress in cats during veterinary visits is gabapentin, 9,10 although the mechanism underlying its anxiolytic properties remains unclear. Data suggest that gabapentin has an inhibitory effect on voltage-gated calcium channels in neural

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administration of morphine was attempted; however, the procedure could not be performed because of excessive motion on the part of the mare. Given the tentative diagnosis of neuropathic pain, a decision was made to begin treatment with gabapentin (2.5 mg/kg [1

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