oxford handbook of pain management

oxford handbook of pain management

oxford handbook of pain management

Download Oxford handbook of pain management for free here

oxford handbook of pain management

essential resource for all clinicians involved in the management of pain, this book brings together the information necessary to provide a truly biopsychosocial approach to the care of patients in pain, and helps the practitioner define the most appropriate therapy for individual conditions.

oxford handbook of pain management Content tabel

    • 1 Basic principles of  acute painGet access
    • 2 General pain management techniquesGet access
    • 3 Specific clinical situationsGet access
    • 4 Basic principles of chronic painGet access
    • 5 Pharmacological therapiesGet access
    • 6 Interventional therapiesGet access
    • NeuromodulationGet access
    • 8 Surgical techniquesGet access
    • 9 Physical therapiesGet access
    • 10 Psychological therapyGet access
    • 11 Specific clinical situationsGet access

oxford handbook of pain management Author

Oxford Handbook of Pain Management (1 edn)

 

book is the latest in the ‘Oxford Handbook’ series which has a strong pedigree, beginning in 1985 with the now classic, ‘Clinical Medicine’; a battered copy of the 1st edition still adorns my bookshelf. The remit of this book, boldly printed at the top of the front cover, is to provide ‘a truly biopsychosocial approach to patients in pain’, and the multi-author nature of the project aims to achieve this goal.
The book takes a traditional view of the subject, with a two part split into ‘Acute Pain’ and ‘Chronic Pain’ issues, and it is interesting to note that the latter is only 10% larger.
The first section details basic physiology and pharmacol- ogy and is followed by specific scenarios built around the postoperative period, trauma, obstetrics, paediatrics, and opioid dependence.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *