Fetal, Neonatal and Developmental Physiology, Pathophysiology and Mortality

Invited Lectures, Conference Papers and Book Chapters

Fetal, Neonatal and Developmental Physiology, Pathophysiology and Mortality
Developmental Neurology, ‘Awareness’ Onset and Pain Perception

Fetal, Neonatal and Developmental Physiology, Pathophysiology and Mortality

  1. Mellor, D.J. and Hodgson, J.C. (2000). Physiology of the perinatal period. In: Diseases of Sheep (Third Edition), Eds, W.B. Martin and I.D. Aitken, pp 44-49. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
  2. Mellor, D.J. (2007). Chapter 3: Welfare of fetal and newborn lambs. In: Diseases of Sheep (Fourth Edition), Ed. I.D. Aitken, pp 22-27. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
  3. Mellor, D.J. and Stafford, K.J. (2004). Animal welfare implications of neonatal mortality and morbidity in farm animals. The Veterinary Journal 168, 118-133.
  4. Mellor, D.J. and Stafford, K.J. (2004). Animal welfare implications of neonatal mortality and morbidity in farm animals. The Veterinary Journal 168, 118-133.
  5. Mellor, D.J. and Hodgson, J.C. (2007). Chapter 10: The perinatal period. In: Diseases of Sheep (Fourth Edition), Ed. I.D. Aitken, pp 65-71. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.

Developmental Neurology, ‘Awareness’ Onset and Pain Perception

  1. Mellor, D.J. (2007). Is it necessary to provide pain relief during invasive procedures on the fetus or newborn? In: Unified Against Pain, Proceedings of the International Veterinary Association of Pain Management (Bovine, Equine, Public Health and Animal Industry), Montreal, Quebec, Canada Conference, 1-3 November 2007, pp 329-344.
  2. Mellor, D.J. (2007). Getting it right when studying the fetus and newborn – is pain relief necessary? Proceedings of the ANZCCART Conference on “Getting it Right”, Melbourne, Victoria, 10-12 July 2007 (on-line).
  3. Diesch, T.J., Mellor, D.J., Johnson, C.B. and Lentle, R.G. (2008). Responsiveness to painful stimuli in anaesthetised newborn and young animals of varying neurological maturity (wallaby joeys, rat pups and lambs). AATEX Journal 14, Special Issue, 549-552. Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, 21-25 August 2007, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. Mellor, D.J., Diesch, T.J., Gunn, A.J. and Bennet, L. (2008). Fetal 'awareness' and ‘pain’: what precautions should be taken to safeguard fetal welfare during experiments? AATEX Journal 14, Special Issue, 79-83. Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, 21-25 August 2007, Tokyo, Japan.
  5. Johnson CB (2008). New approaches to identifying and measuring pain. OIE Technical Series, Vol. 10. Scientific assessment and management of animal pain. Eds DJ Mellor, P Thornber, D Bayvel and S Kahn.
  6. Murrell, J.C., Mellor, D.J. and Johnson, C.B. (2008). Anaesthesia and analgesia in the fetus and newborn. Anesthesia and Analgesia in Laboratory Animals, 2nd Edition, pp 593-608. R.E. Fish, P.J. Danneman, M.J. Brown, A.M. Karas, Eds, Elsevier, Academic Press, New York, USA.
  7. Johnson, C.B., Gibson, T.J., Flint, P. and Mellor, D.J. (2009). New techniques for pain recognition: What are the applications, where are the limits? . In: The Welfare of Animals – It’s everyone’s business. Proceedings of the Australian Animal Welfare Strategy International Conference, Conrad Jupiters, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 31 August to 3 September 2008: http://www.daff.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/1046577/54-craig-johnson.pdf (accessed 3 April 2009).
  8. Mellor, D.J., Diesch, T.J. and Johnson, C.B. (2009). Legal and animal welfare implications of when consciousness first appears in developing young and of the potential for delayed onset of increased pain sensitivity. In: The Welfare of Animals – It’s everyone’s business. Proceedings of the Australian Animal Welfare Strategy International Conference, Conrad Jupiters, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 31 August to 3 September 2008: http://www.daff.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/1046431/25-craig-johnson.pdf (accessed 3 April 2009).
  9. Mellor, D.J. (2010). Galloping colts, fetal feelings and reassuring regulations: Putting animal welfare science into practice. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 37, 94-100.
  10. Mellor, D.J., Diesch, T.J. and Johnson, C.B. (2010). Should mammalian fetuses be excluded from regulations protecting animals during experiments? ALTEX 27 Special Issue, 199-202.
  11. Mellor, D.J., Diesch, T.J. and Johnson, C.B. (2010). When do mammalian young become sentient? ALTEX 27 Special Issue, 275-280.
  12. Johnson CB (2011). Electrophysiology in pain monitoring (In Press). Pain Management in Animals. 2nd Edition. Eds P Flecknell and J Murrell. Elsevier.
  13. Mellor, D.J. (2010). Galloping colts, fetal feelings and reassuring regulations: Putting animal welfare science into practice. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 37, 94-102.
  14. Mellor, D.J. (2013). Ethical and welfare issues regarding live fetotomy, inductions and bobby calf management. Proceedings of the 2013 Society of Dairy Cattle Veterinarians Conference of the NZVA, Publication No. 300, entitled “All the Other Bits”, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 26 June 2013, pp 119-127.
  15. Mellor, D.J. (2015). Awareness and survival-critical behaviours of newborn and young mammals. In: Proceedings of the 4th Australian Veterinary Association/New Zealand Veterinary Association Pan Pacific Conference, Brisbane 2015, pp 651-656.

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