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by Narinder Rawal,Dennis W. Coombs


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Current management of pain.

Current management of pain.

However, no standards of care and management of patients with spinally administered opioids have been developed. We need these standards to be developed and universally followed. The monograph was conceived to update clinicians on the applied pharma­ cology of spinal opioids. They have been able to assemble world-renowned experts as contributing authors. It is our hope that the con­ tents of this book will be stimulating, informative, and useful to the reader.

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One of the most exciting developments in medicine in this century has been the discovery of opioid receptors and their pharmacology. The breadth of know- edge derived from such discovery has truly changed the practice of medicine today.

Postoperatively, pain management took three days with the remaining epidural catheter before oral analgesics . The current study was designed to assess the clinical efficacy of a combined spinal and epidural block (CSE) as compared to routine epidural blockade alone.

Postoperatively, pain management took three days with the remaining epidural catheter before oral analgesics were administered. Mobilization and diet restoration were carried out according to the fast-track concept. Outcome measurements included operative time, blood loss, beginning of oral nutrition, beginning of mobilization, postoperative pain levels using numerical and visual analog scales (NAS/VAS), length of hospital stay. C) Williams & Wilkins 1988.

Current issues in postoperative pain management. Authors: Narinder Rawal. Postoperative pain management: at approach versus procedure-specific pain management approach. Authors: Girish P Joshi Stephan A Schug Francis Bonnet H B J Fischer Edmund A M Neugebauer Narinder Rawal Christian J P Simanski Henrik Kehlet.

April 14, 2010 History. Spinal Narcotics (Current Management of Pain). Spinal Narcotics (Current Management of Pain) Close. Are you sure you want to remove Spinal Narcotics (Current Management of Pain) from your list? Spinal Narcotics (Current Management of Pain). Published December 31, 1989 by Springer.

Categories: Anaesthetics. Pain & Pain Management. Medical Study & Revision Guides & Reference Material. Management of Acute and Chronic Pain. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Correspondence to Narinder Rawal, Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, University Hospital, 70132 Örebro, Sweden Tel: +46 70 6305567; e-mail: narinderrawall. Published online 27 October 2015. Among the problems identified in this 2008 report were absence of pain assessment in 34% of institutions, absence of documentation in 56% of institutions and no written protocols in 75% of institutions. 6 A similarly disappointing picture emerged from a recent US survey of 301 hospitals (101 teaching hospitals).

Book Condition: Most of our books are written in English. Please send us a message if you have any questions about one of our items. Series: Current Management of Pain (Book 4). Hardcover: 218 pages.

One of the most exciting developments in medicine in this century has been the discovery of opioid receptors and their pharmacology. The breadth of know- edge derived from such discovery has truly changed the practice of medicine today. The acceptance by the clinicians of the research data obtained by the basic scientist on spinal opioids is truly amazing. The clinical sequelae of the discovery of opioid receptors has been the development of the technique of intraspinal administration of opioids. In the last decade much has been written about indications, effects, and side effects of intraspinal opioids. The technique has become commonplace for cancer and postoperative pain. However, no standards of care and management of patients with spinally administered opioids have been developed. We need these standards to be developed and universally followed. The monograph was conceived to update clinicians on the applied pharma­ cology of spinal opioids. We were fortunate to have Drs. N. Rawal and D. Coombs agree to edit this monograph. They have been able to assemble world-renowned experts as contributing authors. It is our hope that the con­ tents of this book will be stimulating, informative, and useful to the reader. PREFACE Much has been written about the subject of spinal opioid analgesia, includ­ ing several notable reviews. We were stimulated to assemble this particular volume in this important series on pain management initiated by Dr. Raj for a number of reasons.
Spinal Narcotics (Current Management of Pain) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Narinder Rawal,Dennis W. Coombs
ISBN: 0792303741
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1990 edition (December 31, 1989)
Pages: 148 pages