Key Topics in Chronic Pain, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Jun 15, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
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Key Topics in Chronic Pain is designed to help the professional understand the working of the chronic pain clinic, its patients and its treatments. Separate chapters describe the various clinical pain syndromes commonly encountered and their management. Emphasis is placed on the management of conditions as recommended by randomised controlled trials. Key Topics in Chronic Pain is invaluable for professionals and for students preparing for the FRCA examinations.
 

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Contents

Introduction evidencebased medicine in pain management
1
Back pain assessment and medical management
16
Botulinum toxinhaemagglutinin complex
32
Canceropioid drugs
48
Complex regional pain syndromes I and II
62
Facial pain
77
Mechanisms in nociception
92
Musculoskeletal pain syndromes
108
Neuromata and postincisional pain
123
Osteoporosis generalized adult
138
Postamputation pain
151
Spinal cord injury and pain
160
Stimulation analgesiaTENS TSE and acupuncture
175
Glossary
189
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