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Pediatric pain management for primary care /
editors, Joseph D. Tobias, Jayant K. Deshpande.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
[Elk Grove Village, Ill.] : American Academy of Pediatrics, c2005.
description
xi, 487 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
1581101333, 9781581101331
format(s)
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Holdings
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imprint
[Elk Grove Village, Ill.] : American Academy of Pediatrics, c2005.
isbn
1581101333
9781581101331
contents note
Neurobiology of the pain system / Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand, Jayant K. Deshpande, Joseph D. Tobias -- Sedatives and analgesics: general principles and pharmacology / Lynne Maxwell, Santhanam Suresh, Joseph D. Tobias -- Neuraxial blockade: epidural and spinal anesthesia/analgesia / Stephen R. Hays, Joseph D. Tobias -- Peripheral regional blockade / Allison Kinder Ross, Santhanam Suresh -- Managing procedure-related pain and anxiety / John W. Berkenbosch -- Sedation in the pediatric intensive care unit / Joseph D. Tobias -- Tolerance, physical dependency, and withdrawal / Joseph D. Tobias -- Acute and postoperative pain management / Joseph D. Tobias -- Neonatal pain management / Constance S. Houck -- Treatment of acute pain associated with medical illnesses / Stephen R. Hays, Jayant K. Deshpande, Joseph D. Tobias -- Non-pharmacologic techniques for the management of pediatric pain / John T. Algren, Chris L. Algren -- Chronic and cancer pain management / Santhanam Suresh, Sally E. Tarbell.
general note
Rev. ed. of: Pediatric pain handbook / Jayant K. Deshpande, Joseph D. Tobias. c1996.
catalogue key
6152932
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
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The new second edition of Pediatric Pain Management for Primary Care is a practical, clinical guide of pediatric pain management and sedation. It contains four new chapters, including basic aspects of pediatric pain and sedation, postoperative and acute pain management, chronic and cancer pain management, regional nerve blocks and interpleural analgesia, pain associated with medical illnesses, neonatal pain management, sedation in the pediatric intensive care unit, sedation for imaging and invasive procedures, and more.
Bowker Data Service Summary
A practical, clinical guide of pediatric pain management and sedation. It covers basic aspects of pediatric pain and sedation, postoperative and acute pain management, chronic and cancer pain management, regional nerve blocks and interpleural analgesia, pain associated with medical illnesses, neonatal pain management, and more.
Main Description
Practical, clinical guide to pediatric pain management and sedation includes 4 new chapters with new and expanded coverage of postoperative and acute pain management, chronic and cancer pain management, regional nerve blocks and interpleural analgesia, neonatal pain management, and sedation in the pediatric intensive care unit. The treatment of pain in infants and children is now recognized as key to insuring successful and quick recovery from illness, injury, and surgery. Also includes new, detailed diagrams demonstrating the nuances of treatment--an essential resource for effective, safe pain management.
Table of Contents
Neurobiology of the Pain Systemp. 1
Sedatives and Analgesics: General Principles and Pharmacologyp. 39
Neuraxial Blockade: Epidural and Spinal Anesthesia/Analgesiap. 93
Peripheral Regional Blockadep. 141
Managing Procedure-Related Pain and Anxietyp. 183
Sedation in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unitp. 229
Tolerance, Physical Dependency, and Withdrawalp. 289
Acute and Postoperative Pain Managementp. 321
Neonatal Pain Managementp. 357
Treatment of Acute Pain Associated With Medical Illnessesp. 379
Non-pharmacologic Techniques for the Management of Pediatric Painp. 417
Chronic and Cancer Pain Managementp. 435
Indexp. 461
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