Rachel Catherine Meyers

Works (4)

Updated: July 5th, 2023 15:32

2022 journal article

Pilot comparison of outcome measures across chemical and surgical experimental models of chronic osteoarthritis in the rat (Rattus norvegicus)

PLOS ONE, 17(11).

By: M. Williams n, R. Meyers n, L. Braxton n, B. Diekman n & B. Lascelles n

Ed(s): A. Wijnen

MeSH headings : Rats; Animals; Rats, Sprague-Dawley; Lameness, Animal; Disease Models, Animal; Osteoarthritis / complications; Pain / complications; Models, Anatomic; Outcome Assessment, Health Care
TL;DR: The pilot data suggest both the ACL+DMM and MIA models are equal in terms of clinically relevant pain behaviors, but the MIA model is associated with more severe histological changes over time potentially making it more suitable for screening disease modifying agents. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries
Added: November 22, 2022

2022 article

What Is Your Diagnosis?

Meyers, R. C., Diener, M. K., & Cohen, E. B. (2022, September). JAVMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Vol. 260, pp. 1452–1454.

By: R. Meyers n, M. Diener n & E. Cohen*

MeSH headings : Animals; Animal Diseases / diagnosis; Diagnosis, Differential
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Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: February 13, 2023

2020 journal article

The effect of spontaneous osteoarthritis on conditioned pain modulation in the canine model


By: K. Chiu n, J. Hash n, R. Meyers n & B. Lascelles n

MeSH headings : Animals; Chronic Pain; Conditioning, Classical / physiology; Disease Models, Animal; Dogs; Humans; Osteoarthritis / physiopathology; Pain / physiopathology; Pain Management; Somatoform Disorders / physiopathology
TL;DR: These are the first data showing that EPM impairment is associated with canine OA pain, and the spontaneous OA dog model may be used to test drugs that normalize EPM function. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: September 14, 2020

2018 journal article

Evaluation of the effect of signalment and owner-reported impairment level on accelerometer-measured changes in activity in osteoarthritic dogs receiving a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory


By: C. Muller n, J. Gines*, M. Conzemius*, R. Meyers n & B. Lascelles n

author keywords: Accelerometer; Activity; Osteoarthritis; Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory; Pain
MeSH headings : Accelerometry / veterinary; Animals; Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal / therapeutic use; Chronic Pain / drug therapy; Chronic Pain / veterinary; Dog Diseases / drug therapy; Dog Diseases / physiopathology; Dogs; Female; Humans; Male; Osteoarthritis, Hip / drug therapy; Osteoarthritis, Hip / physiopathology; Osteoarthritis, Hip / veterinary; Pain Measurement / veterinary; Prospective Studies
TL;DR: Evaluated the effect of signalment and initial impairment level on accelerometer-measured changes in activity in osteoarthritic dogs after receiving a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) treatment and found greater initial impairment was associated with larger positive changes inActivity. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
3. Good Health and Well-being (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries
Added: December 31, 2018

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