This book provides an authoritative exposition of the management protocols of common benign and malignant pain states. It focuses on clinical practice protocols rather than experimental study data.Updated with latest information and topics in Pain Medicine, spread over five sections — (i) General Principles of Pain Management, (ii) Chronic Pain Syndromes, (iii) Pain Management: New Perspectives, (iv) Cancer Pain, (v) Advanced Interventional Pain Management. Focuses on clinical practice protocols rather than experimental study data.Valuable tool for all trainees and practitioners involved in pain management, including practising pain physicians, anaesthesiologists, surgeons, neurologists, physicians and rehabilitation experts.
Pain Medicine Pocketpedia covers numerous topics in the emerging field of pain medicine, including physical rehabilitation in pain management, peripheral nerve blocks, neuropathic pain, and cancer pain. This handbook is broken up into three sections: 1. Fundamentals and Assessment. 2. Treatment Modalities including opiods, injections and alternative medicine. 3. Pain Syndromes. This pocket-sized book features: • Physical medicine and rehabilitation modalities used in pain medicine • Commonly performed interventional pain procedures • Psychological aspects of pain medicine • Reference for frequently used drugs in pain medicine • Clear, easy-to-read illustrations This portable reference is perfect for busy students, residents, and practitioners involved in the clinical management of pain.
Includes pain assessment, pain medication management, complementary methods for pain relief, chronic pain management, interventional pain management, and palliative care. Clinical tips and case studies with assessment questions help nurses apply what they have learned. Content in line with guidelines for managing pain the elderly.
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