Acute Pain Management: A Practical Guide
ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT is an authoritative and practical guide to the safe and effective management of conventional forms of analgesia, written by experts in this field. The concisely written text is supplemented with useful checklists, flow charts and key points that can be readily referred to during treatment of a patient. This second edition has been extensively revised and updated throughout, with the addition of three new chapters and a section of multiple choice questions to aid with examination preparation. All those involved in pain management will find this an invaluable guide to clinical practice.
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EPIDURAL AND INTRATHECAL ANALGESIA
OTHER DRUGS USED IN ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT
OTHER TECHNIQUES IN ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT
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Acute Pain Management: A Practical Guide, Fourth Edition
Pamela E. Macintyre,Stephan A. Schug
Limited preview - 2014
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