Clinical Pain Management Second Edition: Practice and Procedures / Edition 2

Clinical Pain Management Second Edition: Practice and Procedures / Edition 2

by Harald Breivik, Michael Nicholas, William Campbell, Toby Newton-John
     
 

Largely reorganised and much expanded in this second edition, Practice and Procedures brings together in a single volume general methods of pain assessment and presents the wide range of therapies that can be provided by a range of health care disciplines. Authored by a multidisciplinary team of experts, chapters can stand alone for readers looking for a general

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Largely reorganised and much expanded in this second edition, Practice and Procedures brings together in a single volume general methods of pain assessment and presents the wide range of therapies that can be provided by a range of health care disciplines. Authored by a multidisciplinary team of experts, chapters can stand alone for readers looking for a general overview of the methods of techniques for pain management available to them or work to complement chapters in the preceeding three volumes, providing practical procedures and applications in the management of acute, chronic and cancer pain. The book is divided into three parts.

Part One covers the principles of measurement and diagnosis, including history taking and examination, the selection of pain measures, diagnostic tests and novel imaging techniques.

Part Two discusses the full range of therapeutic protocols available, from pharmacological therapies, through psychological techniques, physical therapy and international procedures, to techniques specific to pain assessment and management in paediatric patients.

Part Three provides information on planning, conducting, analysing and publishing clinical trials, with invaluable guidance on the techniques of systematic review and meta-analysis in pain research.

Part Four considers the role of multidisciplinary pain management teams, their organization, their place within different health care systems, and how best to manage change when implementing such a service.

Part Five concludes the volume, investigating the use of guidelines, standards and quality improvement initiatives in the management of post-operative pain, and discussing the expert medicolegal report.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780340940068
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
09/26/2008
Series:
A Hodder Arnold Publication Series
Pages:
744
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.80(d)

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Meet the Author

Harald Breivik Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology, Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo, Norway

William I Campbell Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, The Ulster Hospital, Belfast, UK

Michael K Nicholas Director, ADAPT Pain Management Programme, Pain Management Research Institute, University of Sydney at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia

Table of Contents

PART I PRINCIPLES OF MEASUREMENT AND DIAGNOSIS
1 History-taking and examination of the patient with chronic pain - Paul R Nandi and Toby Newton-John
2 Practical methods for pain intensity measurements - William I Campbell and Kevin E Vowles
3 Selecting and applying pain measures - Johannes van der Merwe and Amanda C de C Williams
4 Sensory testing and clinical neurophysiology - Ellen Jørum and Lars Arendt-Nielsen
5 Pharmacological diagnostic tests - Andrew P Baranowski and Natasha C Curran
6 The role of biochemistry and serology in pain diagnosis - Hilde Berner Hammer
7 Diagnostic algorithms for painful peripheral neuropathy - David Bennett
8 Novel imaging techniques - Michael Lee and Irene Tracey
PART II THERAPEUTIC PROTOCOLS
9 After assessment, then what? Integrating findings for successful case formulation and treatment tailoring - Steven J Linton and Michael K Nicholas
Section A: Pharmacological therapies
10 Treatment protocols for opioids in chronic nonmalignant pain - Harald Breivik
11 Subcutaneous drug infusion protocols for the control of cancer pain -
12 Antiepileptics, antidepressants and local anesthetic drugs - Harald Breivik and Andrew SC Rice
Section B: Psychological techniques
13 Self-regulation skills training for adults, including relaxation - David Spiegel
14 Biofeedback - Frank Andrasik and Herta Flor
15 Contextual cognitive behavioural therapy - Lance M McCracken
16 Graded exposure in vivo for pain-related fear - Johan WS Vlaeyen, Jeroen de Jong, Peter HTH Heuts and Geert Crombez
Section C: Physical therapy and rehabilitation protocols
17 Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation - Timothy P Nash
18 Acupuncture - Mike Cummings
19 Physiotherapy - Harriët M Wittink and Jeanine A Verbunt
20 Manual medicine - Steve Robson and Louis Gifford
Section D: Interventional procedures
21 Introduction to interventional procedures - William I Campbell and Harald Breivik
22 Psychological aspects of preparation for painful procedures - Rachael Powell and Marie Johnston
23 Peripheral nerve blocks: practical aspects - David Hill
24 Intravenous and subcutaneous patient-controlled analgesia - Stephan Locher and Michele Curatolo
25 Alternative opioid patient-controlled analgesia delivery systems – transcutaneous, nasal and others - Gunnvald Kvarstein
26 Epidural analgesia for acute pain after surgery and during labor, including patient-controlled epidural analgesia - Harald Breivik
27 Sympathetic blocks - Harald Breivik
28 Neurolytic blocks - William I Campbell
29 Intra-articular and soft tissue injections - Michael Shipley and Vanessa Morris
30 Facet (zygapophyseal) joint injections and medial branch blocks - Ron Cooper
31 Intrathecal drug delivery - Jon Raphael and Kate Grady
32 Cryoanalgesia - Gunnvald Kvarstein and Henrik Högström
33 Radiofrequency lesioning and treatment of chronic pain - Ben JP Crul, Jan H M Van Zundert and Maarten Van Kleef
34 Spinal cord stimulation - Simon Thomson and Malvern May
35 Epidural (intralaminar, intraforaminal, and caudal) steroid injections for back pain and sciatica - Ivan N Ramos-Galvez and Ian D Goodall
36 Epiduroscopy and endoscopic adhesiolysis - Jonathan Richardson, Jan Willem Kallewaard and Gerbrand J Groen
37 Discogenic low back pain: intradiscal thermal (radiofrequency) annuloplasty and artificial disc implants - Gunnvald Kvarstein, Leif Maawe and Aage Indahl
Section E: Pediatric techniques
38 Pain assessment in children - Nancy F Bandstra and Christine T Chambers
39 Procedures for pediatric pain management - Richard F Howard
40 Mind/body skills for children in pain - Timothy Culbert, Stefan Friedrichsdorf and Leora Kuttner
PART III CLINICAL TRIALS
41 Placebo and nocebo - Luana Colloca, Damien G Finnis and Fabrizio Benedetti
42 Clinical trials: acute and chronic pain - Audun Stubhaug and Harald Breivik
43 Clinical trials: dental pain - Else K Breivik Hals
44 Clinical trials: cancer pain - Ulf E Kongsgaard and Mads U Werner
45 Clinical trials: neuropathic pain - Andrew SC Rice
46 Techniques of systematic reviews and meta-analysis in pain research - Lesley A Smith
PART IV ORGANIZATION OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT TEAMS
47 Organization and role of acute pain services - David Counsell, Pamela E Macintyre and Harald Breivik
48 Acute pain services and organizational change - Alison E Powell, Huw TO Davies, Jonathan Bannister and William A Macrae
49 Comprehensive pain rehabilitation programs: a North American reappraisal - Peter R Wilson
50 Organization of pediatric pain services - George Chalkiadis
51 Where does pain fit within health care delivery systems and organizations? - Brian R Theodore, Chetwyn CH Chan, and Robert J Gatchel
PART V OTHER ISSUES
52 The use of guidelines, standards, and quality improvement initiatives in the management of postoperative pain - Tone Rustøen and Christine Miaskowski
53 The expert medicolegal report - Peter JD Evans

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