Assessment and Multimodal Management of Pain
Evidence-based, practical guidance helps students learn to plan and implement pain management, and aligns with current guidelines and best practices.
- Comprehensive information on the pharmacologic management of pain includes nonopioid analgesics, opioid analgesics, and co-analgesics, including dose titration, routes of administration, and prevention of side effects.
- UNIQUE! Multimodal approach for pain management is explored throughout the book, as it affects assessment, the physiologic experience, and the culturally determined expression, acknowledgement, and management of pain.
- UNIQUE! Holistic, integrative approach includes thorough coverage of pain management with non-pharmacologic methods.
- Clinical scenarios are cited to illustrate key points.
- Equivalent analgesic action for common pain medications provides readers with useful guidance relating to medication selection.
- Pain-rating scales in over 20 languages are included in the appendix for improved patient/clinician communication and accurate pain assessment.
- UNIQUE! Authors Maureen F. Cooney and Ann Quinlan-Colwell are two of the foremost authorities in multimodal pain assessment and management.
- Sample forms, guidelines, protocols, and other hands-on tools are included, and may be reproduced for use in the classroom or clinical setting.
|Author Informaiton||By Maureen Cooney and Ann Quinlan-Colwell|
|Table of Content||1. Foundations of Multi-Modal Analgesia
2. Importance of Multi-Modal Pain Management
3. Physiology of Pain
4. Barriers to Effective Pain Management
5. Introduction to Pain Assessment
6. Pain Assessment in Cognitively Intact Adults
7. Pain Assessment in Non-Verbal or Cognitively Impaired
8. Assess Factors Affecting and Affected by Pain
9. Basic Concepts of Analgesic Administration
10. Non-Opioid Analgesics
12. Common Opioid Related Adverse Effects
13. Preventing Opioid Induced Advancing Sedation and Respiratory Depression
14. Opioid Use Disorder
16. Topical Analgesia
17. Patient Controlled Analgesia
18. Regional and Intraspinal Approaches
19. Interventional Approaches
20. Exercise and Movement
21. Distraction and Relaxation
22. Cognitive Behavioral and Psychotherapeutic Interventions as a Component of Multimodal Analgesic Pain Management
23. Energy Therapies as Components of Multimodal Analgesic Pain Management
24. Manual Therapies for Pain Management
25. Spirituality and Meditation for Pain Management
26. Botanicals and Herbs for Pain Management
27. Other Non-Pharmacologic Interventions For Pain Management
28. Improving Institutional Commitment for Effective Multimodal Pain Management
Ann Quinlan Colwell, Sue Ballato, Gregory Scott Firestone, and Eva Pittman
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