Oxford Handbook of Pain Management by Peter BrookOxford Handbook of Pain Management by Peter Brook

Oxford Handbook of Pain Management

EditorPeter Brook, Tony Pickering, Jayne Connell

Paperback | June 29, 2011

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The Oxford Handbook of Pain Management is the essential resource for all clinicians involved in the management of pain. Organised into sections dealing with basic principles of treatment, therapeutic interventions, including non-medical management of pain, and specific clinical situations, theHandbook emphasises the multimodal treatment options available for patients with pain conditions and brings them together to provide a truly biopsychosocial approach to management. Covering both chronic and acute pain, it will help the practitioner to choose the right treatment for the rightpatient at the right time.
Dr. Peter Brook is Consultant in Pain Management and Anaesthesia at Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, UK. Dr. Tony Pickering is Wellcome Advanced Fellow and Honorary Consultant in the Departments of Anaesthesia and Physiology at the University of Bristol, Bristol, UK. Dr. Jayne Connell is Psychologist in Pain Management at the Univers...
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Title:Oxford Handbook of Pain ManagementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 7.09 × 3.94 × 0.03 inPublished:June 29, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199298149

ISBN - 13:9780199298143

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Table of Contents

1. Acute Pain: Basic Principles2. Acute Pain: General management techniques3. Acute Pain: Specific clinical situations4. Chronic Pain: Basic principles5. Pharmacological therapies in chronic pain6. Interventional therapies in chronic pain7. Chronic pain: Neuromodulation8. Chronic pain: Surgical techniques9. Chronic pain: Physical therapy10. Chronic pain: Psychological techniques11. Chronic pain: Specific clinical situations