Companion Animals

Multimodal Analgesia: the good stuff


Do you know how to correctly manage pain during surgery and anesthesia?

Are you familiar with all pain pathways and the right combination of drugs that enable you to provide a 360 º analgesia approach?

If your answer is NO, check this webinar where you will review all the available options to ensure correct pain management and will learn how the multimodal approach works best for every patient.



Dr Thaleia-Rengina Stathopoulou DVM, MVetMed, Dip.ECVAA, MRCVS

Lecturer in Anaesthesia and Analgesia and Clinician in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia in the Royal Veterinary College in London.

Thaleia graduated from the University of Thessaly in 2009 and after working for few years in small animal practice in Athens and London she undertook a Small Animal Anaesthesia Internship at the University College Dublin in 2012. That was followed by a three-year residency program in Anaesthesia and Analgesia at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), London. She worked for a year as an anaesthesia clinician at a busy private referral hospital in the United Kingdom, before returning to the RVC initially as a staff clinician and currently as a lecturer. She is responsible for the anaesthesia for the translational research unit, and she has been involved in neuromodulation and cardiac transplant projects among others. She is also a senior anaesthetist at the small and large animal hospitals, and she is involved in teaching final year veterinary and nursing students, as well as interns and residents. As Diplomate of the European College of Anaesthesia and Analgesia, she is currently co-head of the RVC anaesthesia service and involved in the RCV’s Pain Clinic.


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