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Author Brown, Matthew (Matthew R. D.), author.

Title Perioperative pain / Matthew Brown, Katherin Peperzak.

Publication Info. Abingdon, Oxford : Karger, 2021.


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Internet  WORLD WIDE WEB E-BOOK R2    Downloadable
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Description 1 online resource : color illustrations.
Series Fast facts
Fast facts.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- Pain mechanisms -- Preoperative phase -- Diagnosis and assessment -- Multimodal strategies -- Non-systemic therapies -- Systemic therapies -- Persistent postsurgical pain -- Non-pharmacological management -- Specific management strategies -- Useful resources.
Summary "The importance of effective and safe pain management in the perioperative period has never been greater. The populations clinicians serve are rapidly changing and, when considered in combination with socioeconomic issues, it is clear that the challenges of providing a high-quality perioperative experience are extensive. Fast Facts: Perioperative Pain provides a succinct and accessible guide to the practice of perioperative pain management, covering the complete surgical journey from the preoperative assessment phase through to postoperative management, including persistent postsurgical pain. Packed with detailed figures and illustrations, this valuable resource is suitable for all multidisciplinary team members who encounter surgical patients in pain during the course of their work."--Provided by publisher.
Note Description based on online resource; title from electronic title page (R2 Digital Library, viewed on June 29, 2021).
Subject Pain -- Treatment.
Pain, Postoperative -- therapy. (DNLM)D010149Q000628
Pain Management -- methods. (DNLM)D059408Q000379
Perioperative Care. (DNLM)D019990
Analgesics -- therapeutic use. (DNLM)D000700Q000627
Pain -- Treatment. (OCoLC)fst01050415
Added Author Peperzak, Katherin, author.
Added Title Perioperative pain : effective management has numerous benefits
Other Form: Print version: Brown, Matthew. Perioperative pain. Abingdon, Oxford : Karger, 2021 9783318068771 (OCoLC)1255367071
ISBN 9783318068795 electronic book
3318068799 electronic book
9783318068771 paperback
3318068772 paperback
Standard No. 10.1159/isbn.978-3-318-06879-5 doi
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