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eBook Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes: The Case-based Guide to Targeted Assessment and Treatment (Current Clinical Practice) ePub

by Dawn A. Marcus

  • ISBN: 1597452580
  • Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Dawn A. Marcus
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Humana P.,U.S. (October 2006)
  • Pages: 209
  • ePub book: 1135 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1777 kb
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Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes provides a case-based approach to state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of patients with common chronically painful conditions.

Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes provides a case-based approach to state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of patients with common chronically painful conditions.

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and Chronic Pain Syndromes : The Case-Based Guide to Targeted Assessment and Treatment. Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes provides a case-based approach to state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of patients with common chronically painful conditions.

Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes : The Case-Based Guide to Targeted Assessment and Treatment.

Complex regional pain syndrome is a chronic pain syndrome that is often . A thorough clinical assessment, including a "four-step plan", should include paying special attention to the musculoskeletal system.

Complex regional pain syndrome is a chronic pain syndrome that is often instigated by postoperative or post-traumatic events. The disease process can progress through three stages, the first of which tends to respond best to treatment. This assessment is not.

Headache and chronic pain syndromes. The case-based guide to targeted assessment and treatment. Dr Gaurav Chhabra would like to gratefully acknowledge Dr Sarah Love-Jones and Dr Dawn A. Marcus, previous contributors to this monograph. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press; 2007. SLJ has received consultancy fees for Boston Scientific and Nevro Corporation (regarding spinal cord stimulation) and is an Elected Council member of the British Pain Society. DAM is an author of a reference cited in this monograph.

Leading pain specialist Dawn A. Marcus, MD, offers primary care clinicians practical, clear, and succinct evidence-based approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of the painful conditions they see in their offices every day. The author simplifies the often complex care of patients with. The author simplifies the often complex care of patients with chronic pain by providing practical strategies for targeting important symptoms, establishing realistic treatment goals, and managing patients with instructional sheets that can be copied directly from the book and used for both education and the monitoring of therapeutic compliance and response.

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Sections addressing pain management in children, pregnant women, and seniors are also included.

Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes The Case-Based Guide to Targeted Assessment and Treatment /. Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes provides a case-based approach to state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of patients with common chronically painful.

There currently are no widely used guidelines for the treatment of patients with headache in the ER or UCC, and reducing the number of CT scans remains a key goal for . Headache and Chronic Pain Syndromes.

There currently are no widely used guidelines for the treatment of patients with headache in the ER or UCC, and reducing the number of CT scans remains a key goal for administrators in many ER or urgent care settings. In one study, 35 drugs, alone or in combination, were used to treat migraine. The most common medication class used was narcotics, which were used in 25% of the visits.