In this book, Steven Waldman describes 182 pain management procedures using injection techniques. Each procedure is described in the same style: first the indications for the specific procedure, clinical considerations of beneficial effects and possible adverse effects, clinically relevant anatomy, technical detail of the injection procedure, often step-by-step how best to do it, and possible side effects and complications. Many of the procedures also have an accompanying text-box with “Clinical Pearls” in which Steven Waldman summarizes what should be done in addition to and following a successful injection, as well as other aspects of multimodal management, including pain rehabilitation and pharmacological co-administration of drugs such as antidepressants and antiepileptic drugs. Many of the procedures are illustrated with ultrasound views, some with MRI or X-ray illustrations of important anatomical details. This very well written and beautifully illustrated book is especially valuable for trainees and for practicing anaesthetists/anesthesiologists doing pain work, but rheumatologists and other clinicians will benefit from having the book available in the department library, both the print version and the electronic eBook version.
Scandinavian Journal of Pain – de Gruyter
Published: Dec 29, 2017
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