Reducing Risks and Complications of Interventional Pain Procedures
Volume 5: A Volume in the Interventional and Neuromodulatory Techniques for Pain Management Series; Expert Consult Online and Print
Reducing Risks and Complications of Interventional Pain Procedures - a volume in the new Interventional and Neuromodulatory Techniques for Pain Management series - presents state-of-the-art guidance on avoiding pitfalls and optimizing outcomes. Matthew Ranson, MD, Jason Pope, MD, and Timothy Deer, MD offer comprehensive, evidence-based advice on selecting and performing these techniques - as well as weighing relative risks and complications. With access to the fully searchable text at www.expertconsult.com , you'll have the detailed visual assistance you need right at your fingertips.Table of Contents
- Understand the rationale and scientific evidence for choosing the most effective drugs and techniques.
- Optimize outcomes, reduce complications, and minimize risks by adhering to current, evidence-based practice guidelines.
- Apply the newest techniques and latest knowledge in neuromodulation.
- Quickly find the information you need in a user-friendly format with strictly templated chapters supplemented with illustrative line drawings, images, and treatment algorithms.
- Access the fully searchable contents online at expertconsult.com.
"This is an excellent review of pain procedures. Complications are important aspects of informed consent. No book will prepare a physician better for getting an informed consent than this one does and no book will better inform a physician how to safely do high-risk pain procedures. This is a worthwhile read for any pain practitioner."- Tariq Malik, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine) 5 star Doody Rating!
By Matthew Ranson, Center for Pain Relief
St. Francis Hospital
Charleston, WV; Jason Pope, Napa Pain Institute, Napa, CA
Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
and Timothy Deer, MD, President and CEO,
The Center for Pain Relief
Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology,
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Charleston, West Virginia