Long-term pain: A guide to practical management by John Lee

Long-term pain: A guide to practical management

EditorJohn Lee, Andrew Baranowski

Paperback | March 15, 2007

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Designed for primary care clinicians, this book is about patients who suffer with long term pain. Written in a distinct, friendly style, it analyses ideas about pain from the simple to the complex and provides up-to-date and relevant information written by doctors whose practice is eitherwholly or substantially related to people with pain. It provides examples of everyday patients to provide clinicians with the confidence to prescribe and treat patients with more difficult pain. In an attempt to 'demystify' some areas of pain medicine it also includes details of the science behindcommon conditions and their remedies in order to emphasise the psychological and social impacts of pain.

About The Author

John Lee is an honorary Senior Lecturer and Lead Clinician of the Pain Management Centre, at University College London Hospitals and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square. He has also worked extensively with the Commission for Healthcare Improvement (CHI) and the Healthcare Commission. Andrew Baranowski...

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Title:Long-term pain: A guide to practical managementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 7.09 × 3.94 × 0.2 inPublished:March 15, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199214158

ISBN - 13:9780199214150

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Table of Contents

1. Sian Jaggar: Why do some pains become chronic?2. Lesley Bromley: Mechanisms of acute pain3. Mary Newton: Pharmacological targets in acute pain4. Brigatta Brandner: Some treatments cause chronic pain: can we reduce the risk?5. Andrew Souter: Assessing people with long-standing pain6. John Lee: Injections, invasive treatments and the 'whole patient' view7. Simon Dolin and Lucy Ward: What should I feel like after treatment at the pain clinic?8. Simon Davies: Prescribing for people with pain originating in the nervous system: Part one - tricyclic anti-depressants9. Sam Chong: Prescribing for people with pain originating in the nervous system: Part two - anti convulsants10. Jon Francis: Strong opioids in the treatment of people with non-malignant pain11. Andrew Baranowski: Pain of urological and genital origin12. James de Courcy: Cancer pain13. Anna Mandeville and Kate Ridout: Psychological aspects of pain14. Kelly Wynne: Non-medical treatment in managing people with long- term pain15. Trudy Towell: Working across boundaries in pain medicine16. Cathy Price: Getting back to work