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2nd Edition

Clinical Pain Management Second Edition: 4 Volume Set

ISBN 9780340982808
Published September 26, 2008 by CRC Press
2568 Pages 469 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

First published in 2002, Clinical Pain Management is a comprehensive textbook for trainee and practicing specialists in Pain Management and related areas, presenting readers with all they need to know to provide a successful pain management service. This major clinical reference work comprises four volumes. Three clinical volumes deal respectively with all aspects of Acute Pain, Chronic Pain and Cancer Pain; from the basic mechanisms underlying the development of pain, to the various treatments that can be applied in different clinical situations. The fourth volume, Practic and Procedures, complements these by providing helpful advice on practical aspects of clinical management and research, including protocols and established clinical guidelines, making it a ready-reference manual for the busy clinician. Innovative features such as evidence scoring and reference annotation are incoproated for ease of reference, and the text is supported throughout with plentiful illustrations and numerous tables. New for this second edition, there is a companion website containing chapters and illustrations from the four volume set. Written and edited by a large team of acknowledged international aspects, the fully updated second edition of Clinical Pain Management remains an authoritative and comprehensive guide to this growing specialty and is an invaluable addition to the bookshelves of anyone training or working in the field of pain management.

Table of Contents

1a Applied physiology of nociception - Pierre Beaulieu
1b Mechanisms of inflammatory hyperalgesia - Suellen M Walker
2 Developmental neurobiology of nociception - Suellen M Walker
3 Clinical pharmacology: opioids - David J Rowbotham, Alcira Serrano-Gomez and Anne Heffernan
4 Clinical pharmacology: Traditional NSAIDs and selective COX-2 inhibitors - Stephen F Jones and Aidan M O’Donnell
5 Clinical pharmacology: paracetamol and compound analgesics - Phil Wiffen
6 Clinical pharmacology: other adjuvants - Evangelos Tziavrangos and Stephan A Schug
7 Clinical pharmacology: local anesthetics - Jonathan McGhie and Michael G Serpell
8 Assessment, measurement and history - David A Scott and Wendy M McDonald
9 Preventive analgesia and beyond: current status, evidence, and future directions - Joel Katz
10 Routes of administration - Jeremy Cashman
11 Patient-controlled analgesia - Pamela E Macintyre and Julia Coldrey
12 Continuous peripheral neural blockade for acute pain - Kim E Russon and William Harrop-Griffiths
13 Epidural and spinal analgesia - Sina Grape and Stephan A Schug
14 Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and acupuncture for acute pain - Mark I Johnson, Stephen Oxberry and Karen H Simpson
15 Psychological therapies - adults - H Clare Daniel
16 Psychological interventions for acute pediatric pain - Christina Liossi and Linda S Franck
17 Postoperative pain management following day surgery - Girish P Joshi
18 Acute pain management in the intensive care unit - R Scott Simpson
19 Acute pain management in the emergency department - Anne-Maree Kelly and Barry D Gunn
20 Acute pain management in field and disaster situations - Chester C Buckenmaier III
21 Acute pain management in the developing world - Matthew Size and Iain H Wilson
22 Acute pain management in burns - John Kinsella and Colin P Rae
23 Acute pain and medical disorders - Eric J Visser and C Roger Goucke
24 Acute musculoskeletal pain - Milton L Cohen
25 Acute low back pain - Milton L Cohen
26 Pain in pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium - Philip Hess and Pedram Aleshi
27 Acute pain management in children - Richard F Howard
28 Acute pain management in the elderly patient - Pamela E Macintyre and Richard Upton
29 Acute rehabilitation of sport injury - Louise M Tulloh, Leo Pinczewski, and Ian Power
30 The opioid-tolerant patient, including those with a substance abuse disorder - Lindy J Roberts
31 Preventing chronic pain after surgery - William A Macrae, Alison E Powell and Julie Bruce
1 Pathophysiology of somatic, visceral and neuropathic cancer pain - Catherine E Urch and Rie Suzuki
2 Epidemiology of cancer pain - Irene J Higginson, Julie Hearn and Fliss Murtagh
3 Cancer pain syndromes - Robert Twycross and Michael Bennett
4 History and clinical examination of the cancer pain patient: assessment and measurement - Badi El Osta and Eduardo Bruera
5 Psychological evaluation of patient and family - Barbara Monroe
6 The role of the nonprofessional caregiver in cancer pain management - Christine Miaskowski
7 Teamworking in cancer pain management - Vicky Robinson and Rob George
8 Barriers to cancer pain relief: an international perspective on drug availability and service delivery - Fiona Graham and David Clark
9 Ethical issues in cancer pain management - Fiona Randall
10 Clinical pharmacology: principles of analgesic drug management - Stephan A. Schug and Kirsten Auret
11 Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics: non-opioids - Victor Pace
12 Clinical pharmacology of opioids: basic pharmacology - Sangeeta R Mehendale and Chun-Su Yuan
13 Clinical pharmacology of opioids: opioid switching and genetic basis for variability in opioid sensitivity - Columba Quigley, Joy Ross and Julia Riley
14 Clinical pharmacology of opioids: adverse effects of opioids - Juan Manuel Núñez Olarte
15 Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics: drugs for neuropathic pain in cancer - Carina Saxby and Michael Bennett
16 Control of procedure-related pain - Iain Lawrie and Colin Campbell
17 Nerve blocks: chemical and physical neurolytic agents - John E Williams
18 Stimulation-induced analgesia - Mark I Johnson, Stephen Oxberry and Karen Robb
19 Radiotherapy - Peter J Hoskin
20 Management of bone pain - Peter J Hoskin
21 Complementary therapies - Jacqueline Filshie and Adrian White
22 Management of breakthrough pain - Giovambattista Zeppetella and Russell K Portenoy
23 Psychological interventions in cancer pain management - T Manoj Kumar, C Venkateswaran, and P Thekkumpurath
24 Control of symptoms other than pain - Emma Hall, Nigel Sykes and Victor Pace
25 Pediatric cancer pain - John J Collins, Michael M Stevens and Charles B Berde
26 Cancer pain in older people - Margot Gosney
27 Cancer pain management in the context of substance abuse - Sharon M Weinstein
28 Pain in the dying person - Kate Skinner and Steven Z Pantilat
29 Pain in cancer survivors - W Paul Farquhar-Smith
30 Cancer pain management in the community setting - Margaret Gibbs, Vicky Robinson, Nigel Sykes and Christine Miaskowski
1 Applied physiology: neuropathic pain - Victoria CJ Wallace and Andrew SC Rice
2 Applied physiology: persistent musculoskeletal pain - Hans-Georg Schaible
3 Applied physiology: persistent visceral pain - Timothy J Ness
4 Genetics of chronic pain: crucial concepts in genetics and research tools to understand the molecular biology of pain and analgesia - Bradley E Aouizerat and Christine A Miaskowski
5 Epidemiology of chronic pain: classical to molecular approaches to understanding the epidemiology of pain - Cielito Reyes-Gibby, Isabel Torres and Roy Croock
6 The economics of chronic pain - Ceri J Phillips
7 The challenges of chronic pain and suffering - David B Morris and Peter R Wilson
8 Pain in society: ethical and legal perspectives - Ben A Rich
9 Chronic pain, impairment, and disability - Robert J Gatchel and Nancy D Kishino
10 The psychological assessment of pain in patients with chronic pain - Allen H Lebovits
11 Assessment of the patient with neuropathic pain - Hanne Gottrup
12 Diagnostic procedures in chronic pain - Nikolai Bogduk
13 Psychological effects of chronic pain: an overview - Lance M McCracken
14 Outcome measurement in chronic pain - Tim Johnson
15 The use of NSAIDs and paracetamol (acetaminophen) in chronic pain - John Hughes and K Riaz Khan
16 Opioids and chronic noncancer pain - C Roger Goucke and Eric J Visser
17 Topical analgesics for neuropathic pain - Charles E Argoff and K Riaz Khan

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Andrew Rice, Reader in Pain Research, Department of Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine and Intensive Care, Imperial College London; and Honorary Consultant in Pain Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Foundation NHS Trust, London, UK
Doug Justins, Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia, Pain Management Centre, St Thomas' Hospital, London, UK
Toby Newton-John, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Program Director, Innervate Pain Program; and Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, Australia
Richard F Howard, Consultant Anaesthetist and Clinical Director, WellChild Pain Research Centre, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute for Child Health, London, UK
Christine A Miaskowski, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Department of Physiological Nursing, UCSF School of Nursing, San Francisco, CA, USA