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Pain Management

ISBN: 978-1-4051-3071-4
312 pages
September 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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Description

Assessement and management of pain is an integral aspect of patient care for nurses working in all health care settings. Pain management is a practical guide to current best practice, providing students and newly qualified nurses with the knowledge and skills required to care for a person experiencing or at risk of experiencing pain.

Pain Management explores pain assessment, evaluation and therapeutic management and challenges nurses to reflect upon their practice in order to update and improve their clinical practice. It adopts a chronological approach, exploring the essential clinical skills required to effectively manage pain in all ages from the neonate to the older person. Case studies, algorithms and evidence encourage implementation of best practice throughout the book.


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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Understanding the Principles of Pain Management.

Chapter 2: Types of Pain and Basic Strategies for Pain Management.

Chapter 3: Pain in Neonates and Infants (0-6 Months).

Chapter 4: Pain in Childhood (6 Months to 12 Years).

Chapter 5: Pain in Early Adulthood (12-18 Years).

Chapter 6: Pain in the Middle Adult Years (18-55 Years).

Chapter 7: Pain in Older Adults.

Chapter 8: The Organisation of Pain Management Services

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Author Information

Eloise Carr is Senior Lecturer, Research and Professional Development, Institute of Health & Community Studies, Bournemouth University.

Eileen Mann is Nurse Consultant in Pain Management, Poole Hospital NHS Trust and Lecturer-Practitioner, Institute of Health & Community Studies, Bournemouth University

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The Wiley Advantage

* A practical guide to best the evidence and practice in pain management
* Draws upon published clinical guidelines and standards for the management of pain
* Explores typical experiences of acute and chronic pain across different age groups
* Includes algorithms to encourage implementation of best practice
* Within ‘Essential Clinical Skills for Nurses’ series
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