Clinical Coach for Effective Pain Management

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F.A. Davis, Mar 5, 2010 - Medical - 272 pages
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From classroom to practice—your own clinical coach by your side! Explore the importance of the nurse’s role in acute and chronic pain management with a unique approach that expands considerations beyond traditional views of pain! Coverage encompasses all of the professional, theoretical, physiological, psychological, and interpersonal knowledge you need to understand the pain experienced by patients and how to manage it more effectively.
 

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Contents

The Nurses Role in Pain Control
1
The Nature of Pain
17
Physiology of Pain
33
Pain Assessment
59
Diagnoses Treatment Planning and Refinement
87
Pharmacological Management
115
Nondrug Complementary and Alternative Medicine Approaches to Pain Relief
151
Advanced Techniques and Technologies for Pain Control
179
Controlling Pain in Specific Patient Populations
199
Tools
217
References
237
Illustration Credits
260
Index
263
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