Pain Medicine Manual , 2nd Edition

Author
By Simon J. Dolin, MBBS, PhD, FRCA and Nicholas L. Padfield, MB, BS, FRCA
ISBN
9780750656177
Publication Date
19-11-2003
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  • A practical guide to the assessment and management of patients with chronic pain
  • The authors describe the commonly occurring conditions and syndromes followed by details of the treatment and management options
  • Written by leaders in their fields, this manual gives the reader the current best practice from a range of health professionals involved in the management of chronic pain
  • The highly topical area of clinical governance is also covered focusing on the key issues in this area
  • Pain Medicine Manual, 2nd Edition, is an accessible, informative guide to the clinical problems encountered in the pain clinic. Chronic pain is a distressing problem for a significant group of patients and this new edition of Pain Medicine Manual is an ideal resource for any clinician involved in the management of these patients.
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    ISBN 9780750656177
    Author Informaiton By Simon J. Dolin, MBBS, PhD, FRCA, Consultant in Anaesthetics and Pain Relief, King Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst, UK and St Richard's Hospital, Chichester, UK; and Nicholas L. Padfield, MB, BS, FRCA, Greenwich District Hospital, London and King Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst, UK
    Table of Content Introduction
    Pain Clinic Organization/Structure
    Pain Patient
    Pain Physiology and Pharmacology
    Pain Epidemiology
    Measurement of Pain
    Neuropathic Pain
    Complex Regional pain Syndromes
    Muscle and Soft Tissue Pain Syndromes
    Headache
    Face Pain
    Neck pain
    Thoracic pain
    Abdominal pain
    Pelvic pain
    Low Back Pain: surgeon's view
    Low Back Pain: physician's view
    Back Pain Interventional Techniques
    Coccydinia
    Failed Back Syndrome
    Peripheral Vascular Disease
    Postherpetic Neuralgia
    Trigeminal Neuralgia
    Phantom Limb Pain
    Refractory Angina
    Poststroke Pain
    Postsurgical and Scar Pain
    Pain of Unknown Aetiology
    Palliative Care in Advanced Cancer
    Palliative Care Interventional Approach
    Pain in HIV
    Pain in Children
    Psychological Treatments including Pain Management Programmes
    The Future
    Publication Date 19-11-2003
    Pages 384
    Trim 234 x 156 (6 1/8 x 9 1/4)
    Stock Status In Stock
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