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|Main Title||Definition of pain and distress and reporting requirements for laboratory animals : proceedings of the workshop held June 22, 2000 /|
|Publisher||National Academy Press,|
|Subjects||Animals, Laboratory--United States--Congresses ; Animal Welfare--legislation & jurisprudence--United States--Congresses ; Laboratory animals--Health--Congresses ; Laboratory animals--Health ; Laboratory animals--Effect of stress on--Congresses ; Laboratory animals--Effect of stress on ; Laboratory animals--Law and legislation--United States--Congresses ; Laboratory animals--Law and legislation--United States ; Animal experimentation--Law and legislation--United States--Congresses ; Animal experimentation--Law and legislation--United States|
|Collation||xii, 119 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
"This study was supported by Grant No. N01-0D-4-2139 between the National Academies and the National Institutes of Health of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction -- Pain and distress: USDA perspective -- Pain, distress, and reporting requirements: PHS policy perspective -- Assessing pain and distress: a veterinary behaviorist's perspective -- Scientific issues of pain and distress -- Humane Society of the United States pain and distress initiative -- Pain and distress caused by experimental procedures: is it time for a reality check? -- View from the trenches -- AALAS position paper on the recognition and alleviation of pain and distress in laboratory animals -- On regulating pain and distress -- Industrial perspective -- Corners still unswept -- Personal experiences with clinical pain management, study design, mitigation of scientific confounders, and long-term gains to the researchers and public -- Use of laboratory animals in the postgenome era -- History and histrionics of pain and distress in laboratory animals -- Panel discussion with all speakers -- APHIS/USDA policy 11 and policy 12 -- Proposed rulemaking -- Glossary of abbreviations -- Meeting participants -- Meeting agenda -- Biographical sketches of committee members.