2013
DOI: 10.2478/aoas-2013-0027
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Infrared Thermography as a Method for Evaluating the Welfare of Animals Subjected to Invasive Procedures – A Review / Termografia jako metoda oceny dobrostanu zwierząt poddanych inwazyjnym zabiegom – artykuł przeglądowy

Abstract: In recent years, there has been a growing interest in animal welfare. consumers of animal products are paying more attention to maintaining good husbandry conditions on the farms, but also to some of the procedures entailing pain and suffering. the most invasive procedures are castration and dehorning (disbudding), which are often performed without anaesthesia. pain associated with tissue damage causes behavioural and physiological changes. observation of behaviour combined with measurements of autonomic nervo… Show more

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“…A decrease in ocular temperature following stress or pain is possibly due to vasoconstriction of capillary vessels caused by activation of the sympathetic nervous system. A subsequent increase in ocular temperature could be the result of increased dominance of the parasympathetic nervous system which results in vasodilation of blood vessels [47]. In this study, the increase in ocular temperature following castration or sham castration could not be attributed to the experience of pain, as there was no significant difference between SHAM and CAST calves.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…A decrease in ocular temperature following stress or pain is possibly due to vasoconstriction of capillary vessels caused by activation of the sympathetic nervous system. A subsequent increase in ocular temperature could be the result of increased dominance of the parasympathetic nervous system which results in vasodilation of blood vessels [47]. In this study, the increase in ocular temperature following castration or sham castration could not be attributed to the experience of pain, as there was no significant difference between SHAM and CAST calves.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…This term has been connected to many issues that are mainly related to the provision of a proper animal physical and mental state. Nowadays, there is a great deal of controversy over performing invasive procedures on farm animals, such as castration, teeth clipping, and tail-docking—especially when performed without anesthesia [3,4]. The pressure from consumers and animal welfare organizations regarding these and others aspects of animal rights is often reflected in legislation changes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A variety of methodologies work in this way including heart rate and measures of heart rate variability such as RR interval analysis [14], blood pressure [15], pupillary dilation [16] and probably infra-red thermography [17]. In general, they are easy to use and generate objective data that can be recorded over the short, medium and long terms.…”
Section: Features Of Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%