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AEC 14/01 Palatability and Pharmacokinetics of flunixin

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AEC 14/01 Palatability and Pharmacokinetics of flunixin


Palatability and pharmacokinetic data from AEC 14/09. Contains feed intake data of 8 sheep in a short feed trail and feed intake and flunixin concentration of 8 sheep in a palatability trial.


Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/56CEA5FBD5584


27 Mar 2014


03 May 2014


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pharmacokinetic flunixin NSAID sheep palatability


Feed intake data obtained by the researchers Flunixin concentrations in plasma obtained by Joe Pippia, PIA PHARMA PTY. LTD.


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CSIRO (Australia), Meat And Livestock Australia (Australia), University of New England (Australia)


Marini, Danila; Pippia, Joe; Colditz, Ian; Hinch, Geoff; Petherick, Carol; Lee, Caroline (2016): AEC 14/01 Palatability and Pharmacokinetics of flunixin. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/56CEA5FBD5584


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, Meat And Livestock Australia 2016.


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About this Project

1206.2 MLA PhD Analgesics C2012/9981


The PhD project is looking at the development of a self-medication method in sheep. For sheep to be able to medicate we looked at the ability to administer pain relief through feed. Before this could be done we needed to evaluate if the drug we had chosen to use may have an adversive flavour or smell. It was also neccessary to test if the drug was ... more


Caroline Lee


Palatibility and Phramacokinetics of flunixin when added to feed AEC 14/01


This test was part of the Self-medication PhD project. We tested the bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of flunixin when it is incorporated in feed. Flunixin has been shown to be an effective analgesic and anti-inflammatory and is registered for use in food producing animals in England, France and Germany. The ability to incorporate analgesics in... more


Experiment


Danila Marini


Joe Pippia


Ian Colditz


Geoff Hinch


Carol Petherick


Caroline Lee


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