Pain management in primary care : essential knowledge for APRNs and PAs / by Yvonne D’Arcy & Deborah Kiley.Material type: Computer fileLanguage: English Publication details: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, 2020Description: 1 online resource (343, pages) : color illustrationsContent type:
- online resource
- 9780826147349 (e-book)
- RB127 D24 2020
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Materials specified||Status||Notes||Date due||Barcode|
|Online E-Books||Ladislao N. Diwa Memorial Library||Non-fiction||OEBP RB127 D24 2020 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||OEBP000198||OEBP000198|
|Compact Discs||Ladislao N. Diwa Memorial Library Multimedia Section||Non-fiction||EB RB127 D24 2020 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||CD0000951||CD0000951|
Browsing Ladislao N. Diwa Memorial Library shelves, Shelving location: Multimedia Section, Collection: Non-fiction Close shelf browser (Hides shelf browser)
Include bibliographical references and index
I. The foundation of pain management -- 1. Pain management and the primary care practitioner -- 2. Problems, sources, and pathophysiology of pain -- 3. Pain assessment : a multidimensional approach -- 4. Motivational interviewing and other tools for effective communication in pain management -- 5. Developing a plan of care for pain management -- II. Medication management -- 6. Selecting a medication to fit patients' pain-management needs -- 7. Over-the-counter medications, nonopioid medications, and supplements for pain management -- 8. Risk screening tools for prescribing opioids for pain relief -- 9. The opioid dilemma : using opioids in practice -- 10. Titrating, tapering, and converting opioid medications -- 11. Opioid use disorder, addiction, and dependency -- III. Essentials for safe prescribing -- 12. Safe prescribing for patients and practice -- 13. Regulatory considerations in pain management -- 14. Identifying and treating opioid withdrawal -- 15.Managing patients on opioid therapy -- 16. Making referrals and using a personal network for pain management -- 17. Specialty populations -- IV. Integrative and interventional treatment therapies -- 18. Movement and hands-on therapies -- 19. Mind–body therapies -- 20. Energy therapy -- 21. Interventional options for pain management
Covers the entire scope of pain management with evidence-based guidance
Written specifically for APRNs and PAs, this evidence-based text delivers practical guidance on how to assess, treat, and manage patients with pain in the primary care and family practice setting. Written by pain management experts well versed in both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies, the text encompasses the entire scope of pain management.
Following an overview of the sources and physiology of pain, Pain Management in Primary Care delineates a multidimensional assessment approach and guides readers in developing a patient care plan. With an emphasis on strategies for safe prescribing, an extensive portion of the book addresses regulatory considerations, special populations, and thorough coverage of how to safely prescribe opioids. This includes risk screening, proper management, and identification and treatment of withdrawal. Woven throughout is a focus on the importance of interprofessional communication and collaboration in effective pain management. The text also provides concise, easy-to-reference information about medications, supplements, and non-opioid therapeutics. Abundant case scenarios and clinical pearls help readers apply knowledge to their own practice.
Fund 164 CE-Logic, Inc. Purchased March 2, 2021 OEBP000198 P. Roderno PHP 8,788.00
2021-03-110 7813 to 7820