Pain Management Secrets , 4th Edition
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For more than 30 years, the highly regarded Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with concise, focused, and engaging resources for quick reference and exam review. Pain Management Secrets, 4th Edition, features the Secrets' popular question-and-answer format that also includes lists, tables, and an easy-to-read style - making reference and review quick, easy, and enjoyable.
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|Author Informaiton||By Charles E. Argoff, MD, Professor of Neurology, Director, Comprehensive Pain Management Center, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY; Andrew Dubin, MD, MS , Professor of PM&R, Albany Medical College, Department of PM&R, Albany New York and Julie Pilitsis, MD, PhD, Professor, Albany Medical College, Department of Neurosurgery; Chair and Professor, Albany Medical College, Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics, Albany New York|
|Pp Authortext||Argoff, Dubin & Pilitsis|
|New to this Edition||
"The purpose is to answer common questions that are encountered in daily clinical practice.As almost all clinicians have to manage patients with pain on a regular basis, this book is a helpful resource with useful insights in every chapter...The topic of pain management is very relevant today and this is a useful reference for clinicians without formal training in pain medicine or headache." Reviewed by Michael J Marmura, MD (Thomas Jefferson University)
|Table of Content||I. OVERVIEW
1. Definitions, Ronald Kanner, MD
2. Classification of Pain, Robert A. Duarte, MD
3. Basic Mechanisms, Allan Basbaum, PhD
4. Topiceuticals, Charles E. Argoff, MD
II. CLINICAL APPROACH
5. History Taking in the Patient with Pain, Howard S. Smith, MD and Andrew Dubin, MD
6. Physical Examination of the Patient with Pain, Howard S. Smith, MD and Andrew Dubin, MD, MS
7. Pain Measurement, W. Cranford Clark, PhD, Sita S. Chokhavatia, MD, Abbas Kashani, MD, and Susanne Bennett Clark, PhD
8. Psychological Assessment of Chronic Patients, Dennis Thornton, PhD
III. CLINICAL SYNDROMES DEFINED BY PAIN
9. Neuroimaging in the Patient with Pain, Howard S. Smith, MD
10. Tension-Type Headache, Richard B. Lipton, MD, and Lawrence C. Newman, MD
11. Migraine, Richard B. Lipton, MD, and Lawrence C. Newman, MD
12. Cluster Headache, Lawrence C. Newman, MD, and Richard B. Lipton, MD
13. The Paroxysmal Hemicranias, Lawrence C. Newman, MD, and Richard B. Lipton, MD
14. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Ronald Kanner, MD
15. Brain Tumor Headaches, Ronald Kanner, MD
16. Increased and Decreased Intracranial Pressure, Ronald Kanner, MD
17. Temporal Giant Cell Arteritis, Robert A. Duarte, MD
18. Headaches Associated with Systemic Disease, Robert A, Duarte, MD
19. Trigeminal Neuralgia, Robert A. Duarte, MD
20. Glossopharyngeal and Other Facial Neuralgias, Robert A. Duarte, MD
21. Low Back Pain, Ronald Kanner, MD
22. Neck and Arm Pain, Ronald Kanner, MD and Gary McCleane, MD
23. Abdominal Pain, Ronald E. Greenberg MD
24. Chronic Pelvic Pain, Helen Greco, MD
25. Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain, Mark Thomas, MD, and Ronald Kanner, MD
IV. SYNDROMES IN WHICH PAIN IS A SIGNIFICANT COMPONENT
26. Postoperative Pain Management, Michael Hanania, MD
27. Cancer Pain Syndrome, Gilbert R. Gonzales, MD
28. Pain in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis, David S. Pisetsky, MD, PhD and Gary McCleane, MD
29. Neuropathic Pain, Russell K. Portenoy, MD and Ricardo Cruciani, MD, PhD
V. PSYCHOLOGICAL SYNDROMES
30. Psychological Syndromes, Dennis Thornton, PhD
VI. SPECIAL PATIENT POPULATIONS
31. Pain in Children, Patricia A. McGrath, PhD, and Stephen C. Brown, MD
32. Pain in the Older Patient, Ronald Kanner, MD
VII. PHARMACOLOGIC MANAGEMENT
33. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Robert A. Duarte, MD
34. Opioid Analgesics, Ronald Kanner, MD
35. Addiction and Pain Management, Robert Kanner, MD
36. Regulatory Issues, Ellen Cooper, MS
37. Adjuvant Analgesics, Brian Thiessen, MD, and Russell K. Portenoy, MD
VIII. NONPHARMOLOGIC MANAGEMENT
38. Temporary Neural Blockade, Michael Hanania, MD, and Martin R. Boorin, MD
39. Permanent Neural Blockade and Chemical Ablation, Michael Hanania, MD
40. Sympathetic Neural Blockade, Meir Chernofsky, MD, and Michael Hanania, MD
41. Intraspinal Opioids, Zahid H. Bajwa, MD, Stephen A. Cohen, MD, Carol A. Warfield, MD, and Gary McCleane
42. Neurostimulatory and Neuorablative Pocedures, Jason E. Silvers, BS, and James N. Campbell, MD
43. Psychological Constructs and Treatment Interventions, Dennis Thornton, PhD
44. Physiatric Modalities in Pain Management, Mark A. Thomas, MD
45. Physical Modalities: Adjunctive Treatments to Reduce Pain and Maximize Function, Bryan J. O'Young MD, Mark A. Young MD, Jeffrey S. Meyers, MD, Steven A. Stiens, MD
46. Pain Clinics, Nelson Hendler, MD, MS
47. Interventional Pain Management, Charles E. Argoff, MD and Gary McCleane, MD
48. Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Robert A. Duarte, MD
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