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Practical guide to chronic pain syndromes /
edited by Gary W. Jay.
imprint
New York : Informa Healthcare USA, c2010.
description
xvi, 418 p.
ISBN
1420080458 (hardcover : alk. paper), 9781420080452 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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imprint
New York : Informa Healthcare USA, c2010.
isbn
1420080458 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9781420080452 (hardcover : alk. paper)
catalogue key
7025380
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Gary W. Jay, MD, Daapm, Faapm, is Senior Director and Clinical Disease Area Expert-Pain, Pfizer, New London, Connecticut, USA. Dr. Jay received his M.D. from Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, USA. For nearly 30 years, he has worked in the field of pain medicine, both as a private practitioner who ran a tertiary care Interdisciplinary Pain Management Center, and was also a consultant to various pharmaceutical companies. He joined Pharma in 2005, but continued a part time consulting practice. He has been lecturing nationally and internationally for the past three decades. Dr. Jay is one of the founding members of the American Academy of Algology, in 1983, now known as the American Academy of Pain Medicine, and was the founder and first president of the Southern California Pain Society. A past president of the Florida Academy of Pain and President Elect of the American Academy of Pain management, Dr. Jay has published more than 75 book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles concerning headache, pain of multiple etiologies, the autonomic nervous system, and mild traumatic brain injury. Dr. Jay is Editor of Clinician's Guide to Chronic Headache and Facial Pain, the companion text to Practical Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromes, as well as the author of The Headache Handbook (1999), Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (2000) and Chronic Pain (2007), all Informa Healthcare titles.
Summaries
Main Description
This comprehensive guide supplies pain specialists, neurologists, and anesthesiologists with the latest critical advances in pain management.Clinically oriented and evidence-based, Practical Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromes delivers a swift and accurate diagnosis aide for the treatment of pain syndromes and the creation of treatment plans for chronic pain patients.Key features include:sections that are clearly organized by specific pain syndromes individual chapters that contain basic structural templates for fast-referencing two supplemental sections offering in-depth discussions of medications and other treatment options treatment recommendations for an array of syndromes, including headache/facial pain, soft-tissue pain, neuropathic pain, rheumatological pain, abdominal pain, urological pain, low back pain, and cancer-related pain
Main Description
This comprehensive guide supplies pain specialists, neurologists, and anesthesiologists with the latest critical advances in pain management. Clinically oriented and evidence-based, Practical Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromes delivers a swift and accurate diagnosis aide for the treatment of pain syndromes and the creation of treatment plans for chronic pain patients.
Main Description
Clinically oriented and evidence-based, Practical Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromes supplies pain specialists, neurologists, and anesthesiologists with the latest critical advances in pain management. Key features include: Sections clearly organized by specific pain syndromes Chapters with basic structural templates for fast-referencing Two supplemental sections offering in-depth discussions of medications and other treatment options Treatment recommendations for an array of syndromes, including headache/facial pain and soft-tissue, neuropathic, rheumatological, abdominal, urological, low back, and cancer-related pain The book delivers a swift and accurate diagnosis aide for the treatment of pain syndromes and the creation of treatment plans for chronic pain patients.
Main Description
This comprehensive guide supplies pain specialists, neurologists, and anesthesiologists with the latest critical advances in pain management. Clinically oriented and evidence-based, Practical Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromesdelivers a swift and accurate diagnosis aide for the treatment of pain syndromes and the creation of treatment plans for chronic pain patients. Key features include: sections that are clearly organized by specific pain syndromes individual chapters that contain basic structural templates for fast-referencing two supplemental sections offering in-depth discussions of medications and other treatment options treatment recommendations for an array of syndromes, including headache/facial pain, soft-tissue pain, neuropathic pain, rheumatological pain, abdominal pain, urological pain, low back pain, and cancer-related pain
Main Description
Chronic pain syndromes, with their complex natural history, unclear etiology, and difficult response to therapy, present major challenges to even the most experienced physicians. This guide enables all healthcare providers involved in pain management to tackle these challenges head on.
Table of Contents
Forewordp. v
Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Contributorsp. xv
Neuropathic Pain Syndromes
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathyp. 1
HIV/AIDS Neuropathyp. 15
Central Poststroke Painp. 23
Postherpetic Neuralgiap. 30
Management of Pain Related to Amputationp. 50
Pathophysiology of Complex Regional Pain Syndromep. 62
Meralgia Parestheticap. 81
Compression Neuropathiesp. 85
Quantitative Clinical, Sensory, and Autonomic Testing of Chronic Neuropathic Painp. 102
Soft Tissue Pain Syndromes
The Myofascial Pain Syndromep. 115
Piriformis Syndromep. 140
Fibromyalgiap. 144
Low Back Pain
Low Back Pain and Sciatica: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Nonoperative Treatmentp. 181
Neuropathic Low Back Painp. 206
Genitourinary Pain Syndromes
Interstitial Cystitisp. 228
Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome-A Urologist's Perspectivep. 242
Female Chronic Pelvic Painp. 261
Cancer Pain and Palliative Care
Cancer Painp. 271
Palliative Care Pain Managementp. 285
Other Chronic Pain Syndromes
Chronic Pain Following Electrical Injuryp. 301
Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome-A Biopsychosocial Approachp. 312
Osteoarthritisp. 318
Medications
Nonopiate Analgesics and Adjuvantsp. 327
Opioid Medications and Correct Medical usage-An Updatep. 343
Legal Issues in Pain Managementp. 367
Antidepressant Medicationsp. 391
Anticonvulsant Medicationsp. 397
Indexp. 407
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