Handbook of Pain Assessment, Second Edition / Edition 2

Handbook of Pain Assessment, Second Edition / Edition 2

by Dennis C. Turk
     
 

ISBN-10: 157230488X

ISBN-13: 9781572304888

Pub. Date: 08/28/2001

Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.


Now in a revised and expanded second edition, this classic text provides comprehensive coverage of the most advanced methods for assessing the person in pain. The volume addresses the full range of issues--physical pathology, psychosocial factors, and behavioral variables--that influence patients' perception and reporting of pain, as well as their responsiveness…  See more details below

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Now in a revised and expanded second edition, this classic text provides comprehensive coverage of the most advanced methods for assessing the person in pain. The volume addresses the full range of issues--physical pathology, psychosocial factors, and behavioral variables--that influence patients' perception and reporting of pain, as well as their responsiveness to treatment. Leading authorities describe the available instruments and best procedures, review their limitations and advantages, and provide practical information and guidelines for assessing prevalent pain syndromes. The volume has been updated throughout to reflect the latest research findings, conceptual developments, innovative methods, and directions for future investigation. The second edition has been substantially expanded, featuring new chapters on assessment of physical functioning, family assessment, presurgical psychological screening, assessment of psychiatric disorders, diagnostic imaging, diagnostic injections, and issues related to conducting outcomes research and clinical trials. Additionally, coverage of specific syndromes has been augmented, with new chapters on neuropathic pain, complex regional pain, and chronic pelvic pain.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572304888
Publisher:
Guilford Publications, Inc.
Publication date:
08/28/2001
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
760
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.60(d)

Table of Contents


Contents
Introduction
1. The Measurement of Pain and the Assessment of People Experiencing Pain, Dennis C. Turk and Ronald Melzack
I. Measurement of Pain
2. Self-Report Scales and Procedures for Assessing Pain in Adults, Mark P. Jensen and Paul Karoly
3. The McGill Pain Questionnaire: Appraisal and Current Status, Ronald Melzack and Joel Katz
4. Psychophysical Approaches to Measurement of the Dimensions and Stages of Pain, Donald D. Price, Joseph L. Riley, III, and James B. Wade
5. Psychophysiological Assessment of the Patient with Chronic Pain, Herta Flor
6. Pain Assessment in Children and Adolescents, Patricia A. McGrath and Joanne Gillespie
7. Assessment of Pain in Elderly People, Lucia Gagliese
8. Pain Assessment in Persons with Limited Ability to Communicate, Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, Carl von Baeyer, and Kenneth D. Craig
II. Assessment of the Behavioral Expression of Pain
9. The Facial Expression of Pain, Kenneth D. Craig, Kenneth M. Prkachin, and Ruth Eckstein Grunau
10. Assessment of Pain Behaviors, Francis J. Keefe, David A. Williams, and Suzanne J. Smith
III. Medical and Physical Evaluation of Patients with Pain
11. Quantification of Function in Chronic Low Back Pain, Peter B. Polatin and Tom G. Mayer
12. Physical and Occupational Therapy Assessment Approaches, Michelle Crites Battie and Laura May
13. Diagnostic Injection, Quinn Hogan
14. Disability Evaluation in Painful Conditions, James P. Robinson
IV. Psychological Evaluation of Patients with Pain
15. Assessment of Psychiatric Disorders, Mark D. Sullivan
16. Assessment of Psychological Status Using Interviews and Self-Report Instruments, Laurence A. Bradley and Nancy L. McKendree-Smith
17. Assessment of Pain Beliefs and Pain Coping, Douglas E. DeGood and Raymond C. Tait
18. Assessment of Couples and Families with Chronic Pain, Joan M. Romano and Karen B. Schmaling
19. Assessment of Psychosocial Context of the Experience of Chronic Pain, Mary Casey Jacob and Robert D. Kerns
20. Presurgical Psychological Screening, Michael E. Robinson and Joseph L. Riley, III
21. Matching Treatment to Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain, Dennis C. Turk and Akiko Okifuji
V. Specific Pain States and Syndromes
22. Assessment of Acute Pain, Pain Relief, and Pain Satisfaction, Jennifer Haythornthwaite and James A. Fauerbach
23. Clinical Assessment of Low Back Pain, Gordon Waddell and Dennis C. Turk
24. Assessment of Patients with Headache, Frank Andrasik
25. Assessment of Orofacial Pain, Samuel F. Dworkin and Richard Ohrbach
26. The Diagnosis of Myofascial Pain Syndromes, Robert D. Gerwin
27. Assessment of Neuropathic Pain, Robert H. Dworkin, Elna M. Nagasako, and Bradley S. Galer
28. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Stephen Bruehl, Herbert G. Steger, and R. Norman Harden
29. Chronic Pelvic Pain, Ursula Wesselmann
30. How to Assess Cancer Pain, Karen O. Anderson, Karen L. Syrjala, and Charles S. Cleeland
VI. Methodological Issues
31. Epidemiological and Survey Methods: Assessment of Chronic Pain, Michael Von Korff
32. Relying on Objective and Subjective Measures of Chronic Pain: Guidelines for Use and Interpretation, Samuel F. Dworkin and Jeffrey J. Sherman
33. Assessment of Treatment Outcomes in Clinical Practice: A Survival Guide, Akiko Okifuji and Dennis C. Turk
34. Assessment of Pain and Pain-Related Quality of Life in Clinical Trials, Robert H. Dworkin, Elna M. Nagasako, Roderick D. Hetzel, and John T. Farrar
35. The Future of Imaging in Assessment of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain, Anthony Jones
36. Trends and Future Directions in Human Pain Assessment, Dennis C. Turk and Ronald Melzack

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