Opioid Use, Overuse, and Abuse in Otolaryngology
Discusses perioperative pain management in otolaryngology from an anesthesiology perspective, perioperative pain management in pediatric otolaryngology, rhinology and anterior skull base surgery, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, neurotology, head and neck cancers, and more.
Offers nonopioid analgesic options for otolaryngology-head and neck surgery patients and discusses a structured approach to perioperative pain management.
Presents the knowledge and expertise of leading experts who have assembled the most up-to-date recommendations for opioid use, overuse, and abuse, including international pain management approaches.
Covers the history of perioperative pain management in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
|Author Information||Edited by Ryan J. Li, MD FACS, Assistant Professor Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Director, Head and Neck Robotic Surgery Program Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Thyroid and Parathyroid Center|
|Table of Content|| Introduction
1 The Evolution of Perioperative Pain Management in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
2 Pain Management in the Care of Otolaryngology Patients: an Anesthesiologist's Perspective
3 Perioperative Pain Management in Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base Surgery
4 Perioperative Pain Management in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
5 Perioperative Pain Management in Pediatric Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
6 Perioperative Pain Management in Neurotology
7 Pain Management During the Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer
8 Non-opioid Pain Management in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery: The Pharmacist's Perspective
9 Management of Opioid Addiction in the Outpatient Setting
10 Objective Monitoring and Analysis of Opioid Utilization
10 International Perioperative Pain Management Approaches
11 A Systems Approach to Perioperative Pain Management
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