The Massachussets General Hospital of Pain Management
Descriptif détaillé : The Massachussets General Hospital of Pain Management
Broad-based, multidisciplinary coverage draws from the disciplines of anesthesiology, neurology, behavioral medicine, nursing, psychiatry, and physical therapy to provide practical, evidence-based information for sound therapeutic choices. Now in full color for the first time, The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Pain Management, Fourth Edition, contains numerous new chapters, new illustrations, and other features that keep you up to date with today’s latest approaches to pain management.
What are the key features of "The Massuchussets General Hospital of Pain Management" ?
- Contains an extensive new section on interventional approaches to pain management, as well as new chapters on radiotherapy and radiopharmaceuticals for cancer pain and ethical considerations in pain medicine.
- Features new chapters on discography, epidural steroid injections; intrathecal drug delivery; peripheral nerve blocks; and sympathetic blockade.
- Includes handy appendices that provide useful medication information, basic science coverage relevant to clinical strategies, and numerous tables and chapter-opening outlines for quick reference.
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Who are the authors of "The Massuchussets General Hospital of Pain Management" ?
Gary Brenner is an anesthesiologist in Boston, Massachusetts and is affiliated with one hospital. He has been in practice for more than 20 years.
James P. Rathmell is currently Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Health Care. He devotes his time to his clinical practice, research, and education.