Clinical Pain Management
Proper evaluation of the pain complaint. Importance of understanding the underlying pathology of pain with the goal of matching the pain medication and treatment to the underlying pathology. Appropriate management of acute and chronic nociceptive (eg, visceral, inflammatory, postoperative, trauma), neuropathic (eg, CTS, postherpetic neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy), and mixed-type pain (eg, headache). Detailed information on available pain medications.
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