Pain Management: Expanding the Pharmacological Options
June 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Covering the most recent developments in this field, McCleane offers an alternative solution to pain treatment when conventional treatments fail. This pioneering book proposes evidence-based alternatives to current options in pain management, using well-grounded rationales for each given treatment.
This book is an ideal reference for the specialist and non-specialist prescriber alike and for practitioners from a wide variety of disciplines. It provides the evidence required and treatment algorithms for readers to use the drugs appropriately and to explore the field if they wish.
2 Conventional Pain Treatment.
3 Using Drugs Outside Their Licensed Indication.
4 Topical Nitrates.
5 Topical Tricyclic Antidepressants.
6 Topical Opioids.
7 Topical Local Anesthetics.
8 Topical Glutamate Receptor Antagonists.
9 Topical, Oral, and Perineural-Adrenoreceptor Agonists.
11 5HT3 Antagonists.
12 Cholecystokinin Antagonists.
13 Parenteral Anti-epileptics.
14 Intravenous Lidocaine.
16 Other Pharmacological Options (Botulinum, Cimetidine, Glucosamine).
17 Neuropathic Pain.
18 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
19 Joint Pain.
20 Fracture Pain.
21 Postoperative Pain.
23 Muscle Spasm and Pain.
25 Low Back Pain.
26 Cancer Pain.
Appendix: Suggested Doses and Modes of Administration of Novel Pharmacological Options.
Pharmacological Alternatives for Pain Management