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Practical Management of Complex Cancer Pain

Practical Management of Complex Cancer Pain

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This new edition of the Practical Management of Complex Cancer Pain has been fully updated and expanded, with five new chapters on novel interventional techniques in cancer pain amelioration. The book provides advice on advanced pain management, emphasising the suitability and selection of patients for different invasive and complex procedures based on patient history. Case histories are included throughout the text to give the reader insight into the complexities of holistic management, with pain being only one component in the distress that cancer causes for both patients and families. The book also covers cancer pain management for patients in a community setting, and the collaboration between pain and palliative medicine. Concise, practical, and evidence-based, this guide is essential reading for all pain and palliative care specialists in the community, hospital, and hospice settings.
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  • A. Introduction and clinical cases; Definition and pathophysiology of complex cancer pain; Evidence based pharmacological approaches to management; Neurolytic blocking agents; Role of surgery in cancer pain management; Oncological management of cancer pain; Pelvic pain; Chest wall pain from mesothelioma or lung cancer; Unilateral upper limb plexopathy pain caused by cancer; Unilateral lower limb plexopathy related cancer pain; Upper GI pain from invasive pancreatic cancer; Multiple bone metastases/bone fracture related; Intrathecal pump case history; Cancer survivor with pain progression; B. Details of interventional techniques; Basic procedure safety and patient considerations for cancer pain interventions; Sympathectomy for cancer pain; Kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty for spinal metastasis pain; Cervical cordotomy (Fluroscopic and CT Guided technique); Intrathecal drug delivery for cancer pain; Spinal neurolysis; Interventions for head and neck cancer related pain; Neurosurgical techniques for cancer pain; Spinal cord stimulation for cancer related pain; Radiological tumour ablative techniques; Radiofrequency brain lesioning for cancer related pain; Radiofrequency ablation technique for metastatic spine disease; The role of High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) in cancer pain management; C. Collaboration between services; Role of collaboration between pain medicine and palliative care; Pain in cancer survivors; Control of complex pain at the end of life in hospice or community setting;
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