Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches
G. Allen Finley
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 20, 2007 - Medical - 240 pages
A panel of prominent clinician-scientists comprehensively reviews the latest developments in pediatric pain management, with special emphasis on the setting in which pain is detected and managed. The authors explore the cutting-edge of children's pain care in inpatient, outpatient, palliative care, school, and residential settings, and describe alternate approaches, including complementary and alternative medicine, pain management via the internet and information technology, and pain care in developing countries.
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