Pain Management for Primary Care Clinicians
Arthur G. Lipman
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2004 - Medical - 372 pages
Provides a practical, broad-based approach that will help the clinician identify, assess, and manage pain in the primary care setting; learn how and when to seek consultation and make referrals; and more fully understandand effectively deal with patients' pain problems, and improve clinical outcomes.
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Pathophysiology of Pain
Assessment of the Person with Pain
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