Clinical Pain Management: A Practical Guide
Mary E. Lynch, Kenneth D. Craig, Philip W. H. Peng
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 16, 2011 - Medical - 388 pages
Clinical Pain Management takes a practical, interdisciplinary approach to the assessment and management of pain. Concise template chapters serve as a quick reference to physicians, anesthetists and neurologists, as well as other specialists, generalists, and trainees managing pain. Based on the International Association for the Study of Pain’s clinical curriculum on the topic, this reference provides to-the-point best-practice guidance in an easy-to-follow layout including tables, bullets, algorithms and guidelines.
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