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Atlas of Common Pain Syndromes, 4e by Steven D. WaldmanWritten to help practitioners care for their patients in pain, this text provides complete, concise, step-by-step visual guidance to help simplify the diagnosis and management of over 130 common pain syndromes. The user friendly, easy to reference head-to-toe format gives the practitioner a concise description of each pain syndrome along with full-color art, drawings, clinical photographs, and a full range of radiological and ultrasound images that will help simplify making the correct diagnosis.
Publication Date: 2018
Atlas of Pain Management Injection Techniques, 4e by Steven D. WaldmanFocusing on the "how-to" details of pain management injection techniques, this best-selling atlas helps you master the key nerve blocks you need to know to successfully treat common and uncommon pain syndromes. Nearly 200 joint and muscular injections, as well as 30 brand-new injection techniques, are presented in a highly illustrated, easy-to-follow format.
Publication Date: 2016-09-09
Atlas of Uncommon Pain Syndromes, 4e by Steven D. WaldmanCovering the many relatively uncommon pain conditions that are often misdiagnosed, this one-of-a-kind visual resource clearly presents the extensive knowledge and experience of world-renowned pain expert Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD. Atlas of Uncommon Pain Syndromes, 4th Edition, first and foremost helps you make a correct diagnosis - a critical step in managing patients in chronic pain.
Basics by Marinella Astuto [ed]This volume, the first of a new series, deals with the basic aspects of anaesthesia, intensive care (IC) and pain in neonates and children. Internationally recognised guidelines aimed at standardising the most important procedures, such as the treatment of hypothermia, are also discussed. The book includes contributions from anesthesiologists from The Hospital for Sick Children, which is affiliated with the University of Toronto and is Canada's most research-intensive hospital.
Bringing Pain Relief to Children: treatment approaches by G. Allen Finley; Patrick J. McGrath; Christine T. Chambers[eds]A panel of prominent clinician-scientists comprehensively reviews the latest developments in pediatric pain management, with special emphasis on the setting in which pain is detected and managed. The authors explore the cutting-edge of children's pain care in inpatient, outpatient, palliative care, school, and residential settings, and describe alternate approaches, including complementary and alternative medicine, pain management via the internet and information technology, and pain care in developing countries.
Publication Date: 2006-04-01
Case Studies in Pain Management by Alan David Kaye; Rinoo V. Shah [eds]Cases are divided into seven sub-topics: neurologic disorders, spinal disorders, musculoskeletal pain, visceral pain, headache and facial pain, cancer pain, and special topics such as pain in children and older adults. Discussions follow a question-and-answer format, facilitating learning and also enabling self-testing.
Clinical Pain Management: Chronic Pain, 2e by Peter Wilson; Troels Jensen [eds]The second edition of Chronic Pain now covers a vast scientific and clinical arena, with the scientific background and therapeutic options much expanded. In common with the other titles comprising Clinical Pain Management, the volume gathers together the available evidence-based information in a reader-friendly format without unnecessary detail, and is divided into three parts.
Manual of Pediatric Anesthesia, 7e by Jerrold Lerman; Charles J. Cote; David J. Steward [eds]Authored by three world experts, this is a clinically focused book on pediatric anesthesia. "The Manual", as it is known, has long dominated the market for a succinct and practical resource on administering anesthesia to children and is used by residents, general anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, and pediatric anesthesiologists. This new edition retains the basic structure of the book and is updated throughout.
Publication Date: 2016-11-23
The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Pain Management, 4e by Gary Brenner; James P. Rathmell [eds]Offering expert guidance from seasoned clinicians at Massachusetts General Hospital, this bestselling handbook provides accurate, clinically essential information in a portable, quick-reference format. Broad-based, multidisciplinary coverage draws from the disciplines of anaesthesiology, neurology, behavioural medicine, nursing, psychiatry, and physical therapy to provide practical, evidence-based information for sound therapeutic choices.
Oxford Handbook of Pain Management by Peter Brook; Tony Pickering; Jayne Connell [eds]The Oxford Handbook of Pain Management is the essential resource for all clinicians involved in the management of pain. Organised into sections dealing with basic principles of treatment, therapeutic interventions, including non-medical management of pain, and specific clinical situations, the Handbook emphasises the multimodal treatment options available for patients with pain conditions and brings them together to provide a truly biopsychosocial approach to management.
Pain in Children by Gary A. Walco (Editor); Kenneth R. Goldschneider (Editor); Charles Berde (Foreword by)Advances over the past two decades have enabled physicians to revolutionize the manner in which they can assess and manage children's pain. Thirty years ago it was thought that young children did not experience pain and therefore it was not necessary to treat it. Today professionals from a variety of disciplines have contributed data that have revolutionized medical perspectives. Technological advances now enable doctors to treat acute pain in fetuses, premature neonates, infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents with increasing precision and efficacy. Research highlighting the context of chronic pain has moved them away from a mind-body dichotomy and toward an integrated, holistic perspective that leads to substantial improvement in children's adaptive functioning as well as subjective discomfort. This book covers these topics and is intended for anyone who provides medical care to children. Each chapter provides an overview of the problem, followed by a "hands on" description of relevant assessment and intervention strategies. The role of the primary care practitioner is highlighted, both as a front-line resource as well as a consumer of specialized pediatric pain treatment services. Each chapter ends with a summary and specific bullet points highlighting the most central elements, making for quick and easy reference.
Pain Management Secrets, 4e by Charles E. Argoff; Andrew Dubin; Julie PilitsisPain 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. Covers the full range of essential topics in pain management for in-training or practicing professionals.
Publication Date: 2018-01-15
Pain Procedures in Clinical Practice, 3e by Ted A. Lennard; David G. Vivian; Aneesh K. Singla; Stevan Dow WalkowskiIn the 3rd edition, Dr. Ted Lennard helps you offer the most effective care to your patients by taking you through the various approaches to pain relief used in physiatry today. In this completely updated, procedure-focused volume, you'll find nearly a decade worth of new developments and techniques supplemented by a comprehensive online video collection of how-to procedures at www.expertconsult.com. You'll also find extensive coverage of injection options for every joint, plus discussions of non-injection-based pain relief options such as neuromuscular ultrasound, alternative medicines, and cryotherapy.
Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma Case Atlas by Christopher Iobst; Steven L. Frick [eds]Unlike previous books on this topic, this book utilizes a case atlas format to provide current management strategies for pediatric orthopedic injuries to the upper and lower extremity and axial skeleton in a clear and concise manner, demonstrating real-world clinical situations and methodology for successful treatment. Each case will be authored by an expert in the field and will contain comprehensive step-by-step instructions on how to handle each injury.
Pain 2014: Refresher Courses, 15th World Congress on Pain by Srinivasa N. Raja; Claudia L. Sommer [eds]Every two years, the International Association for the Study of Pain publishes a compendium of benchmark papers that summarize the current status of pain research, treatment, and management throughout the world. Presented at the 15th World Congress on Pain in Buenos Aires in October 2014, these papers represent the thinking of the world's top pain scientists and clinicians. IASP distributes this book to participants in the Refresher Courses, and it is now available to pain researchers and clinicians who were unable to attend the Congress.
Publication Date: 2015-06-01
Pain 2012: Refresher Courses, 14th World Congress of Pain by Irene Tracey [ed]Pain 2012: Refresher Courses, 14th World Congress on Pain, is based on IASP's refresher courses on pain research and treatment. Includes techniques (neuroimaging, genetics), treatments (interventional, psychological, pharmacological, complementary/alternative), and disorders (neuropathic pain, headache, cancer pain, musculoskeletal pain, CRPS, orofacial pain, postoperative pain, pediatric pain, abdominopelvic pain).
Pain 2010 - An Updated Review: Refresher Course Syllabus by IASP Scientific Program Committee & Jeffrey Mogil [ed]Pain 2010 – An Updated Review: Refresher Course Syllabus, based on sessions held at the 13th World Congress on Pain, 2010, in Montréal, covers pain research and treatment. Includes techniques (imaging, genetics, pain models), treatments (interventional, psychological, pharmacological), disorders (cancer pain, neuropathic pain, musculoskeletal pain, CRPS, orofacial pain, postoperative pain, abdominal/pelvic pain, back pain, paediatric pain), and drug development.
Publication Date: 2010-08-01
Acute and Procedure Pain in Infants and Children by G. Allen Finley [ed]; Patrick J. McGrath [ed]This volume documents the past progress in the aggressive management of acute pain in children. Leading clinicians and scientists discuss mapping the complex cascade of events occurring in response to pain in both the central and peripheral nervous systems and the many ways to manage acute pediatric pain.
Anesthesia and Pain Management for the Pediatrician by Lynne R. Ferrari (Editor)A handbook to providing medical clearance for anaesthesia, whether for a well child, a child with asthma or another chronic disease, or a child with an acute or recent respiratory infection. There is information about less painful techniques for administering anaesthesia to children, as well as specific information about pain prevention and relief and techniques for administering sedatives and analgesics in the office setting.
The Child with Headache: diagnosis and treatment by Patricia A. McGrath [ed]; Loretta M. Hillier [ed]Ten papers by North American specialists address the extent of the pediatric headaches, headache assessment (per the International Headache Classification System), diagnosis, causative/triggering factors, and drug and nondrug management programs.
Chronic and Recurrent Pain in Children and Adolescents by Patrick J. McGrath [ed]; G. Allen Finley [ed]This book provides in-depth reviews of important issues relating to chronic pain in children. Topics range from basic neurophysiology to clinical diagnosis and treatment. The contributors emphasize scientific evidence and clinical applications, making the text invaluable to those working in the fields of children's pain or developmental aspects of pain mechanisms.
Measurement of Pain in Infants and Children by G. Allen Finley [ed]; Patrick J. McGrath [ed]19 papers from the first biennial International Forum on Pediatric Pain treat psychometric, neurophysiological, neurobiological, behavioral, and clinical issues in the measurement, management, and research on pain in a population for whom the standard self-report is untenable--except through specially- designed measures.
Pain in Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 2e by Neil L. Schechter; Charles B. Berde; Myron YasterWritten by an international group of experts from all relevant disciplines, this book remains an indispensable source of guidance for all clinicians who treat pediatric patients with acute and chronic pain.
Pain Management, 2e by Steven D. WaldmanRegarded as the premiere clinical reference in its field, Pain Management, 2e provides comprehensive, practical, highly visual guidance to help you effectively apply the most recent evidence-based advances in pain management.
Pediatric Critical Care by Bradley P. Fuhrman; Jerry J. ZimmermanPediatric Critical Care covers the entire field, from basic science to cutting-edge clinical applications. An expert team of editors and contributors from around the world, bring you today's best information on the current and future landscape of pediatric critical care so you can consistently deliver optimum care to your young patients.
Pediatric Pain Management: a multi-disciplinary approach by Alison Twycross [ed]; Anthony Moriarty [ed]; Tracy Betts [ed]Pediatric Pain Management provides the theoretical knowledge required to manage acute and chronic paediatric pain, and discusses both drug and non-drug methods of pain relief. The information is presented in an accessible manner to enable readers to apply it in their daily clinical practice.
Prevention and Control of Pain in Children: a manual for health professionals based on the findings of a workshop of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, London by Royal College of Pediatrics Staff
Integrative Pediatric Oncology by Alfred Längler; Patrick J. Mansky; Georg Seifert [eds]This book covers a broad spectrum of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practices employed in pediatric oncology worldwide, with a special focus on the methods widely used in Western countries. It is a scientifically based, practice-oriented handbook that will meet the needs of pediatric oncologists working in medical practices and hospitals.
Pediatric Oncology by Paul Imbach; Robert J. Arceci; Thomas Kühne [eds]This is the third edition of a well-received compendium of information and guidance on the diagnosis and management of the various oncological diseases that are encountered in children and adolescents. In the new edition a chapter on Rare Tumors was added. For each disease entity, fundamental facts are provided that will be relevant for a range of professionals - hospital physicians, specialist nurses, psycho-oncologists, physiotherapists, family doctors and pediatricians.
The Surgery of Childhood Tumors by Robert Carachi; Jay L. Grosfeld; Amir Azmy [eds]Beginning with the scientific basis of tumors, this book provides up-to-date information on epidemiology, cytogenetics and molecular biology, before looking at current treatments, integrating surgery with radiation therapy and chemotherapy. The chapters are written by world-renowned international authorities on pediatric cancer from major child cancer groups in the UK, Europe and the US.
Publication Date: 2008-02-22
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