Pain management for primary care clinicians
Pain Management for Primary Care Clinicians is a refreshingly unique resource that will empower you to take a leadership role in pain management by providing the basic information needed to make sound decisions on assessing and alleviating patient pain. Content is presented by a multi-disciplinary team of leaders in their individual fields, and includes coverage of numerous special topics including management of pain caused by headaches and arthritis; drug interactions as they relate to analgesic therapy; pain management in pediatric and geriatric populations; legal and ethical issues; clinically relevant aspects of pharmacotherapy, physical therapy, and behavioral therapy, and more. Book jacket.
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Pathophysiology of Pain
Assessment of the Person with Pain
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