Patient with SCS.- Patient with IT pump.- Patient with DBS.- Patient with vagus nerve stimulator.- Patient with heart failure.-Patient with heart transplant.- Patient with liver failure.- Patient with renal failure.- Patient with respiratory failure and other conditions.- Patient in active addiction.- Patient on rehab and on Naloxone/Naltrexone/Methadone/ Buprenorphine.- Elderly with dementia.- Patient on high dose opioids.- Patient who cannot take anything by mouth.- Patient with psychiatric disorders.- Patient with suicidal ideation.- Patient who is intubated in the ICU.- Patient with family members who are in addiction.- Patient with sickle cell anemia.- Patient with MS.- Patient with HIV.- Patient with autoimmune disease.- Patient with GBS.- Patient with TBI.- Patient with power of attorney.- Patient with cardiac implantable device.- Patient with polypharmacy.- ICU patient with sepsis.- Patient with short gut.- Patient caught using opioids in the hospital.- Child specific considerations.- Prisoners.- Insurance considerations.- Patient with multiple allergies/intolerances.- Pancreatitis or organ related pain.- Patient with severe nausea and vomiting.- Patient with or at risk for bowel obstruction/severe complications from constipation.- Weight considerations.- UDS interpretation.
This book provides a practically applicable guide on the management of patients with pain in the inpatient setting in a variety of populations.Chapters are focused on how to treat patients with a particular condition including multiple sclerosis, liver failure, sickle cell anemia, organ related pain, and autoimmune diseases. Therefore, enabling the reader to develop a thorough understanding of how to appropriately analyse the condition and put together a suitable treatment plan for a variety of pain related conditions.
Guide to the Inpatient Pain Consult comprehensively covers how to manage patients with pain in the inpatient setting, and is of use to trainees and practising internists, hospitalists, surgeons, and anaesthesiologists.
Dr. Abd-Elsayed is serving currently as the Medical Director of UW Pain Services, medical Director of the Chronic Pain Program, Section Head of Chronic Pain Management and Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology. He graduated from Medical school in 2000, finished a research fellowship from Cleveland Clinic in 2009, residency training in Anaesthesiology in 2013 from University of Cincinnati and Chronic Pain Fellowship from University of Cincinnati in 2014. He published more than 100 peer reviewed manuscripts, presented more than 200 presentations on the national and international level, he serves on the editorial board for dozens of journals, edited 3 books and involved in several societies on the national and international levels.