Principles And Practice Of Pain Medicine 3rd Ed.

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Carol A Warfield, Zahid Bajwa, R. Joshua Wootton
Fecha Publicacion
12 nov. 2016
Learn a multidisciplinary approach to pain management This concise yet comprehensive text is a true one-stop resource for anesthesiologists, specialists in pain medicine, neurologists, physiatrists, and primary care physicians wishing to understand more about pain medicine, and fellows and residents training in pain medicine. Every aspect of diagnosing and treating specific pain conditions and syndromes is covered, including general principles, anatomy, physiology, physical and laboratory diagnosis, psychology, and therapeutic interventions. Each chapter represents a careful distillation of current science, key concepts, and clinical treatments of the subject, all presented in a highly accessible design. The authors have included an extensive list of references at the end of each chapter to encourage further research. Highlights include: ◾ Authored by leaders who represent the many disciplines that comprise this evolving field ◾ Emphasizes the use of injections and nerve blocks as an aid to diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy ◾ Discusses pain categorized by anatomic location as well as syndrome ◾ Incorporates vivid illustrations depicting the physical symptoms and anatomy of each site, as well as key findings from MRI, CT, X-rays, and other imaging technologies ◾ Includes new coverage that goes beyond the clinical boundaries of pain medicine, such as law, ethics, and business administration ◾ Concise and comprehensive approach is geared for pain medicine board preparation and major section on headache medicine is designed to assist with preparation for board certification in headache medicine ◾ Illuminates the multidisciplinary perspective and interdisciplinary approach to managing chronic pain with many chapters on the psychology of pain and applications of psychotherapeutic and mind/body interventions Contents Preface Introduction Part I Pain: History and General Principles 1.Pain: Historical Perspectives 2. Current Concepts in the Neurological Assessment of Pain 3. Definitions and Classifications of Pain Part II Pain: Anatomy, Physiology and Biology 4.Anatomy and Physiology of Pain 5. Molecular Biology of Pain 6.Pathophysiology of Pain Part III Fundamentals of Pain Evaluation 7.Understanding the Patient in Chronic Pain 8. Radiological Evaluation of Spinal Disease 9. Role of Electrodiagnostics in Pain Assessments Part IV Behavioral Concepts in Pain Medicine 10. Psychological Aspects of Pain 11. Essentials of Psychological Evaluation and Testing 12. Individual and Group Therapy/Pain and Mind-Body Medicine 13. Inpatient Model of Chronic Pain Part V Pain By Anatomic Location 14. Epidemiology of Headaches 15. Historical Features in Primary Headache Syndromes 16. Pathophysiology of Headaches 17. Chronic Daily Headaches 18. Common Headache Syndromes 19. Refractory Headaches 20. Organic Headaches 21. Facial Pain 22. Oral/Dental Pain 23. Neck Pain 24. Failed Back Surgery Syndrome 25. Pain Management in Rheumatologic Disorders 26. Pain in the Extremities 27. Facet Syndrome 28. Abdominal Pain 29. Low Back Pain 30. Pelvic Pain 31. Perineal Pain 32. Foot Pain Part VI Pain Associated with Surgery and Trauma 33. Acute Pain 34. Sports Medicine Part VII Generalized Painful Syndromes 35. Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Syndromes 36. Polyneuropathy 37. Advances in The Management of Ischemic Pain 38. Peripheral Vascular Disease 39. Cancer Pain Syndromes 40. Pain in HIV and AIDS Patients 41. Sickle Cell Disease 42. Visceral Pain 43. Central Pain Syndromes 44. Acute Pain in Children 45. Chronic Pain in Children 46. Cancer Pain and Palliative Care in Children 47. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 48. Pain in the Elderly Part VIII Focal Pain Syndromes 49. Acute Herpes Zoster and Postherpetic Neuralgia Part IX Pharmacologic Therapies for Pain 50. Psychopharmacology for Pain 51. Opioids 52. Common Opioid Related Side 53. NSAIDs 54. Adjuvant Analgesics 55. Pre-emptive Analgesia 56. Opioids for Non-Malignant Pain - Issues and Controversy 57. Neuraxial Drug Delivery 58. Medical Management of Cancer Pain Part X Non Pharmacologic Therapies for Pain 59. Peripheral Nerve Blocks 60. Intraarticular Injections and Facet Blocks Tim Lamer 61. Diagnostic Injections for Spine Pain 62. Epidural Steroid Injections 63. Spinal Canal Endoscopy 64. Sympathetic Blocks 65. Neurolytic Blocks 66. Neuromodulation for Pain 67. Acupuncture 68. Neurosurgical Treatment of Pain 69. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 70. Cryonanalgesia and Radiofrequency Miles Day 72. Anesthetic Interventions in Cancer Pain 73. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Pain Management 74. The Use of Botulinum Toxin in Pain Management Part XI Pain, Administration and the Law 75. The Role of Pain Clinics 76. Setting up a Pain Treatment Facility 77 How to Manage a Pain Practice 78. Certification in Pain Medicine 79. Disability Assessment of Pain-Impaired Patients 80. Medical-Legal Considerations in Pain Management 81. End of Life Ethics 82. Palliative Care 83. Ethical Issues in Pain Medicine and Problems of Trust in the Management of Chronic, Non-Malignant Pain 84. Outcome Measurements in Pain Medicine 85. Radiation Safety for the Pain Specialist Glossary Abbreviations Appendix A:Nerve Blocking Techniques Appendix B: Pain Clinic Records Appendix C: Local Anesthetics Index Authors Zahid Bajwa, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School; Director, Education and Clinical Pain, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. R. Joshua Wootton, MD, PhD Director of Pain Psychology, Arnold Pain Management Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Carol Warfield, MD Edward Lowenstein Professor of Anesthesia, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
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