This highly illustrated textbook deals with all aspects of the management of pain, acute and chronic, from the basic mechanisms underlying the development of pain, to the various treatments that can be applied in diverse clinical situations. It includes management of malignancy related pain, end of life care and discusses associated ethical issues. Easy to follow descriptions of pain injection techniques give special advice on how to achieve successful blocks and how to avoid and manage potential problems. Illustrations include surface anatomy of injection sites, patient positioning, injection angles and movements.The zero reference point of the transducer should be checked regularly to eliminate the drift. In a sitting position of ... It may be caused by (i) the bubbles of air in the tubing, (ii) too long or too elastic tubes, (iii) a kinked cannula or arterial spasm. ... For example, the femoral artery systolic pressure may exceed the radial artery systolic pressure by more i V than 40 mm of Hg in septic shock, patients receiving.
|Title||:||Textbook of Anesthesia for Postgraduates|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2010-10-01|