Pain management is becoming a substantial part of the everyday work of the anaesthetist, and all trainee anaesthetists need a thorough grounding in the basic principles as well as developing the practical skills in order to assess, diagnose, and treat all kinds of pain. Principles of Pain Management for Anaesthetists provides a comprehensive grounding in pain and pain management for all those requiring a practical knowledge of process and treatment. The book's highly practical approach makes it an ideal reference for every member of the multi-disciplinary team treating the patient, whether in post-operative recovery, ITU, or on the ward.Chronic back and neck pain, and their associated syndromes of referred pain and nerve root pain, are difficult to treat ... with what effect? s What effects do the symptoms have on the patienta#39;s life and activities, and what are their expectations ?
|Title||:||Principles of Pain Management for Anaesthetists|
|Author||:||Stephen Coniam, Janine Mendham|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2005-11-25|