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Overview

The New Edition of this clinically-focused text provides current, readable "how-to" descriptions of pain management techniques as well as the most up-to-date information on the anatomy and physiology of pain, patient evaluation and selection, pharmacology, and treatments. The 2nd Edition includes many new chapters, updated references, and numerous other revisions to reflect the latest advances in the specialty.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Long K. Han
This is a comprehensive text of interventional pain management that includes practical tips along with theoretical concepts. It covers many of the subjects taught in the Interventional Pain Management Meetings sponsored by the Danne Miller Memorial Educational Foundation. Drs. Steven Waldman and Alan Winnie sought to provide a unified text of interventional pain management techniques with a focus on practical issues. As such, it is an excellent clinically oriented reference for the pain management specialist. The editors are acknowledged authorities in their field. Contributors include many well-published algologists. Most of the chapters in this book are comprehensive reviews of the current uses of pain management techniques. Other chapters included step-by-step approaches to novel and innovative techniques at the frontier of pain management research. The book has an abundance of illustrations, black-and-white images, and a color plates section with fascinating pictures of important clinical points. The table of contents and index are well organized. References are found in abundance, although many of them are dated. The book is well organized, with a two-column approach to page styling. The margins are too small for note taking, which may be an important issue in a clinically oriented book like this one. This is a clearly written and well-edited book of clinical pearls and how-to concepts used in interventional pain management. Several of the chapters describe novel techniques and are the first comprehensive treatment of these subjects to appear in a single textbook. The concise step-by-step approach to many pain management procedures along with the scope of discussion onmultiple pain topics make this an important clinically oriented reference for the pain management specialist and a useful addition to any medical library.
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Reviewer: Long K. Han, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is a comprehensive text of interventional pain management that includes practical tips along with theoretical concepts. It covers many of the subjects taught in the Interventional Pain Management Meetings sponsored by the Danne Miller Memorial Educational Foundation.
Purpose: Drs. Steven Waldman and Alan Winnie sought to provide a unified text of interventional pain management techniques with a focus on practical issues. As such, it is an excellent clinically oriented reference for the pain management specialist. The editors are acknowledged authorities in their field. Contributors include many well-published algologists.
Audience: Most of the chapters in this book are comprehensive reviews of the current uses of pain management techniques. Other chapters included step-by-step approaches to novel and innovative techniques at the frontier of pain management research.
Features: The book has an abundance of illustrations, black-and-white images, and a color plates section with fascinating pictures of important clinical points. The table of contents and index are well organized. References are found in abundance, although many of them are dated. The book is well organized, with a two-column approach to page styling. The margins are too small for note taking, which may be an important issue in a clinically oriented book like this one.
Assessment: This is a clearly written and well-edited book of clinical pearls and "how-to" concepts used in interventional pain management. Several of the chapters describe novel techniques and are the first comprehensive treatment of these subjects to appear in a single textbook. The concise step-by-step approach to many pain management procedures along with the scope of discussion on multiple pain topics make this an important clinically oriented reference for the pain management specialist and a useful addition to any medical library.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721687483
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 754
  • Product dimensions: 8.36 (w) x 11.42 (h) x 1.26 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I:Anatomy and Physiology of Pain: Clinical Correlates
Toward a New Concept of Pain for the New Millennium
Anatomy of the Pain Processing System
Pharmacology of the Pain Processing System
Receptors at the Spinal Cord Level: The Clinical Target
Functional Anatomy of the Spine
Pharmacologic Management and Its Limitations
Interventional Pain Management: Programming for Success

Part II: Evaluation of the Patient in Pain
Targeted History and Physical Examination
Rational Use of Laboratory Test in the Evaluation of Pain
Radiologic Testing in the Evaluation of the Patient in Pain
Discography in the Evaluation of the Patient in Pain
Spinal Endoscopy in the Evaluation of the Patient in Pain
Differential Neural Blockade for the Diagnosis of Pain
Neurophysiologic Testing in the Evaluation of the Patient in Pain
Psychological Testing in the Evaluation of the Patient in Pain

Part III: Neural Blockade and Neurolytic Blocks
Local Anesthetics in Clinical Practice
Neurolytic Agents in Clinical Practice
Cryoneurolysis in Clinical Practice
Radiofrequency Techniques in Clinical Practice
Atlanto-Occipital and Atlantoaxial Injections in the Treatment of Headache and Neck Pain
Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block
Occipital Nerve Block
Blockade of the Gasserian Ganglion
Blockade of the Trigeminal Nerve and Its Branches
Glosspharyngeal Nerve Block
Vagus Nerve Block
Phrenic Nerve Block
Spinal Accessory Nerve Block
Cervical Plexus Blockade
Stellate Ganglion Block
Cervical Epidural Nerve Block
Brachial Plexus Block
Suprascapular Nerve Block
Thoracic Epidural Nerve Block
Thoracic Paravertebral Block
Thoracic Sympathetic Ganglion Block
Intercostal Nerve Block
Interpleural Catheters: Indications and Techniques
Lumbar Epidural Nerve Block
Continuous Epidural Infusion and Patient Controlled Epidural Analgesia
Lysis of Adhesions Utilizing the Epidural Approach
Lumbar Facet Block and Neurolysis
Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block and Neurolysis
Celiac Plexus and Splanchnic Nerve Block
Ilioinguinal-Iliohypogastric Nerve Block and Genitofemoral Nerve Block
Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Block
Obturator Nerve Block
Caudal Epidural Nerve Block
Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block and Ganglion of Impar Block
Sacroiliac Joint Injection
Peripheral Neurolysis in the Management of Pain
Subarachnoid Neurolytic Blocks

Part IV: Neuroaugmentation
Mechanisms of Action of Spinal Cord Stimulation
Spinal Cord Stimulation and Intractable Pain: Patient Selection
Implantation Techniques for Spinal Cord Stimulation
Avoiding Difficulties in Spinal Cord Stimulation
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation: Current Concepts

Part V: Spinal Administration of Opioids and Other Analgesic Compounds
The Role of Implantable Pain Management Technologies: An Algorithm for Decision-Making
Spinal Administration of Opioids for Pain of Malignant Origin
Spinal Adminstration of Opiates for Nonmalignant Pain Syndromes
Spinal Administration of Non-Opiate Analgesics in the Management of Pain
Tunneled Epidural Catheters: Practical Considerations and Implantation Techniques
Implantation Techniques for Totally Implantable Drug Administration Systems
Implantable Technology for Pain Control: Identification and Management of Problems and Complications

Part VI: Neurosurgical Techniques in the Management of Pain
The Role of Neurosurgery in the Management of Intractable Pain
Neuroadenolysis of the Pituitary: Indications and Technique
Percutaneous Cordotomy
Percutaneous las Discectomy
Percutaneous Radiofrequency Intradiscal Therapy in the Management of Pain
Percutaneous Vertebroplasy
Chymopapain Chemonucleolysis

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