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This guide has been designed for pain specialists interested in neuromodulation, to locate relevant resources on this topic, including those available through the ANZCA library.
Moisset X, Pereira B, Ciampi de Andrade D, Fontaine D, Lantéri-Minet M, Mawet J. Neuromodulation techniques for acute and preventive migraine treatment: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Journal of Headache Pain. 2020 Dec 10;21(1):142. doi: 10.1186/s10194-020-01204-4.
Tepper SJ, Lin T, Montal T, Ironi A, Dougherty C. Real-world experience with remote electrical neuromodulation in the acute treatment of migraine [published online ahead of print, 2020 Sep 16]. Pain Medicine. 2020;pnaa299. doi:10.1093/pm/pnaa299
Kjær SW, Rice ASC, Wartolowska K, Vase L. Neuromodulation: more than a placebo effect? Pain. 2020;161(3):491-495.
Adult and Pediatric Neuromodulation by This text reviews the anatomy and physiology of neuromodulation for treatment of various pathology of the human body, with specific emphasis on sacral neuromodulation for bladder and bowel dysfunction in the adult and pediatric populations. In addition to historical overview of the various methods of neuromodulation, present day applications will be discussed as well as possible future directions for use. Adult and Pediatric Neuromodulation will be of great value to medical professionals who are interested in the use of neuromodulation as a possible therapy option for their patients, particularly when other traditional or medical management options have failed. Each chapter is written by experts in the topic of various modalities of neuromodulation.
Publication Date: 2018
Neuromodulation in Headache and Facial Pain Management by This book addresses all aspects of neuromodulation therapy in the management of headache and facial pain disorders, paying particular attention to the application of this rapidly growing and fascinating therapy to different forms of headache and facial pain conditions.
Publication Date: 2019-11-20
Gupta and Gelb's Essentials of Neuroanesthesia and Neurointensive Care, 2e by This updated second edition of Gupta and Gelb's Essentials of Neuroanesthesia and Neurointensive Care contains the ideal combination of updated information for the practitioner, presented in easy-to-digest short chapters. With an essential clinical focus on key neuroanesthesia and neurointensive care knowledge, it is a practical guide for any practitioner of neuroanesthesia, beginner, occasional or experienced. The user-friendly format contains bullet points to ensure retention of important data, key points to summarize the take-home messages, suitable images to enhance understanding, and pertinent and appropriate references to allow for further exploration of the topics. This book is ideal for residents and others undergoing neuroanesthesia training. It is also a great tool for Operating Room nurses and other OR support workers, neurosurgical residents and neurointensive care professionals. This will also be a useful book to supplement knowledge for postgraduate fellowship and Board examinations.
Publication Date: 2018-06-21
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