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Managing Amputation Pain in Cats, Before During and After Surgery

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Learn all about the best pain management practices, techniques and latest developments for treating post-op amputation pain in cats. Discover tricks for pilling a cat, and much more!

Stephen Cital,  RVT, SRA, RLAT, VTS- Lab Animal Medicine, is a renowned veterinary nurse and educator with a focus on veterinary anesthesia, exotic animal care and education for veterinary nurses.

Stephen originally studied to become a registered human nurse but turned to veterinary medicine when he found animals more enjoyable to work with than people. He is a Registered Veterinary Technician, a Surgical Research Anesthetist and a Registered Laboratory Animal Technician, among many other significant professional accomplishments. Stephen is Executive Director for the Academy of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians and Nurses, holding a VTS credential in Research Anesthesia. He is from the Silicon Valley where he works in a clinical setting as well as with several veterinary research organizations. Stephen also holds positions at the Oakland Zoo and the San Francisco Zoo!

Stephen enjoys writing and teaching, serves on advisory boards for local Vet Tech colleges, is on the Aratana Technician Council of Pain Experts, is an Advisory Board member for PhytoAnimal Health, and is COO for the Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds and Veterinary Cannabis Academy Facebook and webpages.

Visit StephenCital.com for more information about Stephen's work, speaking schedule and latest invention.

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