Since 1961, when pain therapy was introduced by Bonica, the- re have been world-wide efforts to establish basic regimens for the treatment of chronic pain. Yet many patients still continue to suffer from intractable pain despite the availa- bility of effective treatment that would greatly improve their quality of life. The lack of specialists familiar with recent developments is one of the causes. There is con- sequently a great demand for interdisciplinary pain clinics and specialist training programs. This book constitutes both a valuable introduction and an overview of current basic regimens and the latest sophisticated techniques in pain therapy.
The Pain Clinic and Cancer Pain Treatment.- The WHO Concept of Cancer Pain Treatment: A Guideline Prototype and Its Context.- Systemic Opiate Treatment.- Spinal Opioid Treatment for Chronic Pain: An Update.- Surgical Techniques in the Treatment of Pain.- Interpleural Pain Treatment.- Percutaneous Dorsal Root Ganglia Lesions for Cancer Pain.- Peptides for Analgesia: Intrathecal Administration.- Biostimulation Techniques for Cancer Pain Management.
Number Of Pages: 86
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.15