Pain Medicine: A Comprehensive Review
This is the first review book in pain management specifically oriented to the format of the new exams offered by the American Board of Anesthesiology and the American Pain Society. Edited by weIl-known authors in the field, it stresses key concepts and essential information on pain. Questions and answers throughout enhance the reader's retention of important concepts.
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Pain Mechanisms 12 J David Haddox
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activity acute agents analgesia analgesic Anatomy Anesth Analg Anesthesiology anesthetic antidepressants approach artery assessment biofeedback blockade blood bone brachial plexus bupivacaine cancer catheter cause celiac plexus cell cervical chronic pain Clin clinical concentration diagnosis differential disease dorsal dose editor electromyography epidural block epidural space etidocaine evaluation facet fentanyl fibers function increased infusion injection injury intercostal joint lateral lesions lidocaine low back pain lumbar Management of Pain mechanism medial Melzack morphine Mosby muscle needle nerve block nerve root neural neurolysis neurolytic neurons nociceptive occur opioid pain management pain patients pain relief pain syndromes peripheral nerve placement plasma plexus block posterior postoperative potential Practical Management procaine procedure receptors regional anesthesia sacral sensory side effects skin solution somatic spinal cord spine St Louis stellate ganglion steroid stimulation studies subarachnoid surgery sympathetic block symptoms technique therapeutic therapy thermography thoracic tients tion tissue toxicity trauma treatment