• Richly supplemented with tables and color figures • Chapters are organized in an easily accessible, clinically-focused format • Editors/contributors include clinicians and researchers recognized for their experience and expertise in each topic
Part I. Overview and Principles in Emergency Analgesia and Procedural Sedation: 1. Emergency analgesic principles James Miner and John Burton; 2. Emergency procedural sedation principles John Burton and James Miner; 3. Analgesic and procedural sedation principles unique to the pediatric emergency department Susan Fuchs; 4. Pain and analgesia in the infant Michelle P. Tomassi; 5. Provider bias and patient selection for emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Knox Todd; 6. Federal and hospital regulatory oversight in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Sharon Roy; 7. Nursing considerations in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Tania Strout and Dawn Kendrick; Part II. Analgesia for the Emergency Patient: 8. Pharmacology of commonly utilized analgesic agents Eustacia Su; 9. Patient assessment: pain scales and observation in clinical practice Tania Strout and Dawn Kendrick; 10. Pathways and protocols for the triage patient with acute pain Paula Tanabe; 11. Patients with acute pain: patient expectations and desired outcomes David Fosnocht; 12. Analgesia for the adult and pediatric multi-trauma patient Wayne Triner; 13. Analgesia for the emergency department isolated orthopedic extremity trauma patient Michael Turturro; 14. Analgesia for selected emergency head, eye, and ear patients Matthew Dunn; 15. Analgesia for the emergency headache patient James Miner; 16. Analgesia for the emergency chest pain patient Carl Germann and Andrew Perron; 17. Analgesia for the emergency back pain patient Donald Jeanmonod; 18. Analgesia for the acute abdomen patient Martha L. Neighbor; 19. Analgesia for the renal colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman; 20. Analgesia for the biliary colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman; 21. Analgesia for the chronic pain patient James Miner; 22. Outpatient analgesia following acute musculoskeletal injury John Southall; Part III. Procedural Sedation for the Emergency Patient: 23. Patient assessment and pre-procedure considerations Baruch Krauss and Steve Green; 24. Monitoring for procedural sedation Baruch Krauss; 25. Pharmacology of commonly utilized sedative agents Eustacia Su; 26. Procedural sedation for pediatric laceration repair Mark Roback; 27. Procedural sedation for pediatric radiographic imaging studies Nathan Mick; 28. Procedural sedation for brief pediatric procedures: foreign body removal, lumbar puncture, bone marrow aspiration, central venous catheter placement Michael Ciccarelli; 29. Procedural sedation for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction James Miner and John Burton; 30. Procedural sedation for electrical cardioversion Christopher J. Freeman; 31. Procedural sedation for brief surgical procedures: abscess incision and debridement, tube thoracostomy, nasogastric tube placement Carl Chudnofsky; Part IV. Topical, Local, and Regional Anesthesia Approach to the Emergency Patient: 32. Selected topical, local, and regional anesthesia techniques Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs; 33. Topical anesthesia considerations for pediatric peripheral intravenous catheter placement William Zempsky; 34. Regional anesthesia for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs; 35. Regional anesthesia for dental pain Kip Benko; 36. Local anesthesia for laceration repair Joel Bartfield; Part V. Special Considerations for Emergency Procedural Sedation and Analgesia: 37. Sedation and analgesia for the prehospital emergency medical services patient Michael Dailey and David French; 38. Induction agents for rapid sequence intubation of the emergency department patient Joseph Clinton and Arleigh Trainor; 39. Sedation and analgesia for the critical care patient Richard Riker and Gilles Fraser.