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Paediatric pain: Overview

This guide has been designed for pain medicine specialists interested in paediatric pain to locate relevant resources on this topic, including those available through the ANZCA library.

Spotlight

Series: Anesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain in Neonates and Children (Springer)

In the series Anesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain in Neonates and Children, leading international experts provide detailed, up-to-date information on key topics in the field. Both basic and advanced aspects are covered, with thorough descriptions of current techniques and stimulating consideration of future directions. The series editors are acknowledged authorities on pediatric anesthesia who have contributed to Italian and international guidelines and published extensively on various facets of this branch of medicine. This series will be an invaluable resource for anesthesiologists, neonatologists and pediatricians looking to update their knowledge and a useful educational tool for residents and students.

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