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  • Trigger Point Pain Patterns Wall Charts

    Trigger Point Pain Patterns Wall Charts

    Janet Travell, David Simons

  • The 5-Minute Pain Management Consult

    The 5-Minute Pain Management Consult

    David M. Sibell, Jeffrey R. Kirsch

    This new addition to The 5-Minute Consult Series is a clinically oriented quick-consult reference for pain management. More than 150 conditions associated with pain and concomitant mental health diagnoses are thoroughly and concisely presented in the famous fast-access 5-Minute Consult format. Each entry briefly describes the condition and presents succinct, bulleted facts under boldface headings: basics (epidemiology, risk factors, pathophysiology, etiology, prevention, associated conditions); diagnosis (signs and symptoms, history, physical exam, lab tests, imaging, differential diagnosis); treatment (medications, surgery); and follow-up (prognosis, issues for referral). Each entry includes ICD9-CM and CPT codes. Two Tables of Contents—one alphabetical and one organized by organ system—allow quick look-up of topics.

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  • Abdominal and Pelvic Pain

    Abdominal and Pelvic Pain

    From Definition to Best Practice

    Bert Messelink, Andrew Baranowski, John Hughes

    This unique title presents authoritative guidance on the current science and management of abdominal, pelvic, and visceral pain as presented at the 1st World Congress on Abdominal & Pelvic Pain held in Amsterdam in the spring of 2013.  “[This book] is written by the faculty of this meeting, although it is not just a congress book. It is a textbook with the most up to date information on the subject of abdominal and pelvic pain. Reading this book will let you realize what has happened in the world of abdominal and pelvic pain. It will also show the work what has to be done in the next decade: from definition to best practice.”  –from the Introduction

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  • Atlas of Image-Guided Intervention in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

    Atlas of Image-Guided Intervention in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, 2e

    James P. Rathmell
    The Atlas of Image-Guided Intervention in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine is a practical guide for practitioners who perform interventional procedures with radiographic guidance to alleviate acute or chronic pain. The author provides an overview of each technique, with detailed full-color illustrations of the relevant anatomy, technical aspects of each treatment, and a description of potential complications. For this revised and expanded Second Edition, the author also discusses indications for each technique, as well as medical evidence on the technique's applicability. The new edition features original drawings by a noted medical artist and for the first time includes three-dimensional CT images that correlate with the radiographic images and illustrations for a fuller understanding of the relevant anatomy.
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  • Complications in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

    Complications in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, 2e

    Joseph Neal, James P. Rathmell

    The 2nd edition of Complications In Regional Anesthesia And Pain Medicine continues to build on the goal of creating a single-source reference that would address complications related to the practice of regional anesthesia and pain medicine.

     This edition enlists the help of today’s leading experts to provide the current best knowledge and practices regarding the occurrence, recognition, treatment, and prevention of complications. Organized by block and techniques rather than symptoms, each chapter is constructed to follow a defined approach to the problem — ensuring inclusiveness of evidence, clarity, and consistency.

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  • Comprehensive Atlas Of Ultrasound-Guided Pain Management Injection Techniques

    Comprehensive Atlas Of Ultrasound-Guided Pain Management Injection Techniques, 1e

    Steven Waldman

    Comprehensive Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Pain Management Injection Techniques depicts in crisp, step-by-step detail how to prepare and perform injections under ultrasound guidance. Over 160 ultrasound-guided injection techniques are depicted in short, easy to review chapters with hundreds of full color photographs and illustrations. The accompanying website presents many of these techniques in video. Coverage includes techniques for head, neck, shoulder, elbow and forearm, wrist and hand, chest wall, trunk and abdomen, low back, hip and pelvis, knee and lower extremity, and foot and ankle.

    Visualizing patient anatomy and correlating it to ultrasound output is a crucial skill for these procedures, and is clearly demonstrated with anatomical illustrations placed side-by-side with ultrasound images. Transducer positioning and proper needle angle are also clearly demonstrated in illustrations, photographs, and in video accompanying the text.  .

    This text demonstrates the ease and utility of ultrasound guidance in a comprehensive, aesthetically pleasing layout. Images are oversized for viewing ease and text is direct, succinct, and easy to read. 

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  • Fordyce's Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness

    Fordyce's Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness

    Republished with Invited Commentaries

    Chris J Main, Francis J Keefe, Mark P Jensen, Johan W.S. Vlaeyen, Kevin E Vowles

    Nearly forty years after its original publication, one of the most influential textbooks on modern pain management is available again for today’s generation, in a unique and enhanced edition.  Now complemented by expert, chapter-by-chapter commentaries from leading authorities on psychologically-oriented pain management and pain-associated disability, Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness blends Dr. Fordyce’s pioneering behavioral concepts with modern research and clinical practice.  This innovative title is ideal for clinicians and researchers involved in the multidisciplinary assessment, treatment, and management of pain and pain-associated disorders, as well as anyone interested in behavioral approaches to chronic pain and illness.

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  • Fundamentals of Pain Medicine

    Fundamentals of Pain Medicine

    How to Diagnose and Treat your Patients

    J.D. Hoppenfeld
    Diagnose and treat your patients confidently with Fundamentals of Pain Medicine. This comprehensive new resource addresses the concerns you face when treating your patients with acute and chronic pain. Chapters present the key pain management options available today along with expert advice and insight into overcoming diagnostic and therapeutic obstacles, including prescribing medications and avoiding opioid abuse. In addition to interventional and non-interventional treatments, multidisciplinary approaches such as physical therapy, complementary therapy, and chiropractic treatment are presented.
     
    Fundamentals of Pain Medicine is an essential guide for any healthcare professional seeking to improve the quality of pain treatments and patients’ comfort.
     
    Features:
    • eBook with searchable text, accessible image bank, and patient education materials
    • Illustrations accompanying text with numerous images and boxed elements
    • Numerous case examples and most common treatments, relevant and applicable to everyday clinical use
    • Step-by-step instruction on office-based procedures
     Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • A powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future
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  • Headache and Pain

    Headache and Pain

    Ralf Baron, Arne May

  • Mechanisms and Management of Pain for the Physical Therapist

    Mechanisms and Management of Pain for the Physical Therapist, 2e

    Kathleen A. Sluka
    Comprehensive in scope and invaluable for both practitioners and students, Mechanisms and Management of Pain for the Physical Therapist, 2nd Edition, thoroughly covers the wide range of issues requiring the interdisciplinary management of pain. Joined by more than 20 international contributors, Dr. Kathleen Sluka provides a practical, evidence-based framework for understanding the basics of pain mechanisms and management. This highly regarded, updated text covers the basics of pain neurobiology and reviews evidence on the mechanisms of action of physical therapy treatments, as well as their clinical effectiveness in specific pain syndromes. 
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  • Musculoskeletal Pain

    Musculoskeletal Pain

    Basic Mechanisms & Implications

    Thomas Graven-Nielsen, Lars Arendt-Nielsen

    Musculoskeletal Pain: Basic Mechanisms and Implications presents state-of-the-art research into the peripheral and central neurobiological mechanisms in musculoskeletal pain. Presented in three main sections, this publication will update the reader on the clinical perspectives in musculoskeletal conditions; muscle, joint, bone, and fascia nociception; and translational musculoskeletal pain and quantitative models.

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  • Orofacial Pain

    Orofacial Pain

    Recent Advances in Assessment, Management, and Understanding of Mechanism

    Barry J. Sessle

    When it comes to mechanisms, diagnosis, and management of acute and chronic orofacial pain, no book is more comprehensive than Orofacial Pain. With 54 leading pain specialists documenting the latest research advances and treatments, this book is the new standard resource for understanding, assessing, and managing all aspects of orofacial pain.

    Orofacial Pain’s 24 chapters address the epidemiologic, socioeconomic, and psychological aspects of orofacial pain conditions as well as the mechanisms underlying orofacial pain revealed in recent studies in humans and animals. 

    Most other books on this topic focus on just one or two aspects of orofacial pain—and nearly all with only dental students or clinicians in mind. Orofacial Pain provides the most up-to-date, complete, and integrated coverage of advances in research and new evidence. It is must reading not only for dental clinicians but also for pain scientists and specialists, neurologists, and other clinicians.

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  • Pain Comorbidities

    Pain Comorbidities

    Understanding and Treating the Complex Patient

    Maria Adele Giamberardino, Troels Staehelin Jensen

    An in-depth analysis of complex clinical situations involving multiple concurrent diseases, this book reviews the clinical presentation and management of interactions among medical conditions, including myofascial pain, headache, fibromyalgia, visceral pain, hypertension, diabetes, osteoarthritis, low back pain, obesity, depression, and anxiety.

    This is a must-have volume for clinicians who treat chronic pain patients, general practitioners, clinical psychologists, medical students, nurses, and clinical investigators.
     

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  • Pain in Dementia

    Pain in Dementia, 1e

    Stefan Lautenbacher, Stephen J. Gibson
    Pain in Dementia
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  • Pain in the Joints

    Pain in the Joints, 1e

    Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Serge Perrot
    To complement the 2016 IASP Global Year Against Pain in the Joints, Pain in the Joints provides a comprehensive overview of joint pain, including its assessment, mechanisms, and treatment options. Leading experts address general concepts as well as the diagnostic and therapeutic challenges presented by this complex and growing problem that affects millions of people worldwide. 
     
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  • Pain Models

    Pain Models

    Translational Relevance and Applications

    Hermann O. Handwerker, Lars Arendt-Nielson

    The neurobiology and mechanisms discovered in animals often do not translate to patients with a chronic pain condition. To help researchers and clinicians develop and use models that can help translate data from animals into humans, this book presents experimental animal models, with a focus on how they may translate into humans human experimental pain models, including details about pain induction and assessment human surrogate pain models clinical applications of pain models models that may link mechanisms of pain and pruritus

    Pain Models contains 29 chapters by internationally recognized experts. It is a comprehensive survey of pain models at different levels, and commentaries by clinicians directly address clinical perspectives.

    This unique book is unprecedented in its content. It's a quick reminder of the hard work needed to investigate the complex issue of pain perception. With the advent of increasingly sensitive noninvasive investigational tools, the authors want readers to know that basic research is still needed to help develop new drugs. This book will enrich anyone who wishes to know all that goes into conducting pain research with a lab-based pain model.

    -- Tariq Malik,  MD  (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
    © Copyright Doody’s Review Service

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  • The Phenomenon of Pain

    The Phenomenon of Pain

    Serge Marchand

    This book deals with physiological, neurophysiological, and psychological aspects of the mechanisms and treatment of pain. It also provides information on the latest research results regarding the influence of age and gender on the perception of pain. Finally, it presents the basic mechanisms of analgesia in terms of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments.

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  • Pocket Pain Medicine

    Pocket Pain Medicine

    Richard D. Urman, Nalini Vadivelu
    Pocket Pain Medicine is an invaluable tool for every resident and practicing physician who needs to understand the essentials of acute and chronic pain management, including all current guidelines and standards of care. This concise, up-to-date, evidence-based reference guide is written in the popular Pocket Notebook Series format that is ideal for today's fast-paced health care environment. Information is presented in a schematic, outline format, with diagrams and tables for quick, easy reference.  The book contains all the practical information the resident or practitioner needs to quickly diagnose the pain disorder, safely prescribe the required medications, and arrange for advanced pain care if needed.  Pocket Pain Medicine will appeal to physicians in every specialty in both academic and private practice throughout the world.
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  • Postoperative Pain

    Postoperative Pain

    Science and Clinical Practice

    Oliver Wilder-Smith, Lars Arendt-Nielsen, David Yarnitsky, Kris C.P Vissers

    Postoperative Pain: Science and Clinical Practice compiles the proceedings of the November, 2013 IASP Research Symposium on Operative Pain into one convenient volume, giving you clinically relevant and research-driven information on the state of the art in postoperative pain. Global experts from the IASP provide practical knowledge on everything from basic research in animals to human research on clinical questions of diagnosis and treatment – information that’s ideal for pain researchers and clinicians who deal with perioperative pain.

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  • Sickle Cell Pain

    Sickle Cell Pain, 2e

    Samir K. Ballas

    Sickle Cell Pain is a panoramic, in-depth exploration of every scientific, human, and social dimension of this cruel disease. This comprehensive, definitive work is unique in that it is the only book devoted to sickle cell pain, as opposed to general aspects of the disease.

    The 752-page book links sickle cell pain to basic, clinical, and translational research, addressing various aspects of sickle pain from molecular biology to the psychosocial aspects of the disease.

    Supplemented with patient narratives, case studies, and visual art, Sickle Cell Pain’s scientific rigor extends through its discussion of analgesic pharmacology, including abuse-deterrent formulations. The book also addresses in great detail inequities in access to care, stereotyping and stigmatization of patients, the implications of rapidly evolving models of care, and recent legislation and litigation and their consequences.

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