Clinical Pain Management Second Edition: Chronic Pain / Edition 2

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Overview

The second edition of Chronic Pain now covers a vast scientific and clinical arena, with the scientific background and therapeutic options much expanded. In common with the other titles comprising Clinical Pain Management, the volume gathers together the available evidence-based information in a reader-friendly format without unnecessary detail, and is divided into three parts.

The broad coverage under Part One encompasses basic science, including applied physiology, genetics and epidemiology, through societal aspects of chronic pain and disability, to patient assessment, diagnostic procedures and outcome measures.

Part Two considers the different therapies available, including pharmacological, psychological, behavioural, interventional and alternative.

In Part Three specific and non-specific pain syndromes and their management are described, including pain in neurological disease, in HIV and AIDS patients, and after surgery or spinal cord injury, regional pain in the head, face, neck, back, joints, chest, abdomen and pelvis, and issues related to pain in children, the elderly and in association with substance misuse.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780340940082
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/26/2008
  • Series: A Hodder Arnold Publication Series
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 728
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Peter R Wilson, Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Rochester, USA

Paul J Watson, Professor of Pain Management and Rehabilitation, Department of Health Sciences, Academic Unit, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK

Jennifer A Haythornthwaite, Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, USA

Troels S Jensen, Professor, Experimental and Clinical Pain Research, Department of Neurology and Danish Pain Research Center, Aarhus University, Denmark

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Table of Contents

PART I GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
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
PART II MANAGEMENT – THERAPIES
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
18 Chronic pain and depression - W Michael Hooten
19 Antiepileptic and antiarrhythmic agents - Turo J Nurmikko
20 Neurostimulation techniques - Marc A Huntoon
21 Spinal administration - Kate Grady and Jon Raphael
22 Cognitive-behaviour therapy for chronic pain in adults - Stephen Morley and Christopher Eccleston
23 Evaluation of alternative and complementary therapies - Miles J Belgrade and Cassandra D Schamber
PART III MANAGEMENT – CLINICAL SITUATIONS
24 Pain in neurological disease - Paul R Nandi
25 Peripheral neuropathies - Ravikiran Shenoy, Katherine Roberts and Praveen Anand
26 HIV and AIDS - Sarah Cox and Andrew SC Rice
27 Complex regional pain syndromes - Peter R Wilson
28 Central neuropathic pain: syndromes, pathophysiology, and treatments - James C Watson
29 Spinal cord injury - Philip J Siddall and Paul J Wrigley
30 Chronic pain after surgery - William Macrae and Julie Bruce
31 Postamputation pain - Lone Nikolajsen and Signe Koch
32 Herpes zoster pain including shingles and postherpetic neuralgia - Robert W Johnson
33 Management of painful spasticity - Barry Rawicki
34 Headache - Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Rigmor Jensen
35 Facial pain - Peter Svensson and Lene Baad-Hansen
36 Neck pain and whiplash - Nikolai Bogduk
37 Chronic back pain - Randy A Shelerud
38 Chronic joint pain - Tanya Baqai, Ali Jawad and Bruce Kidd
39 Therapies for chronic chest pain - Ivan N Ramos-Galvez and Glyn R Towlerton
40 Chronic abdominal, groin and perineal pain of visceral origin - Timothy J Ness
41 Chronic pelvic pain - Andrea J Rapkin and Monica Lee
42 Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain: mechanisms to management - Serena F Carville and Ernest H Choy
43 Psychiatric diagnosis and chronic pain - Stephen P Tyrer
44 Chronic pain in children - Navil F Sethna, Alyssa Lebel and Lisa Scharff
45 Principles of chronic pain therapy in elderly patients - John Hughes and Chris Dodds
46 Pain management and substance misuse - Cathy Stannard

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