Interventional Pain Management: A Practical Approach is the second edition
of this comprehensive guide, which includes the latest advances in anaesthesia
and brand new content, edited by international experts in anaesthesiology from
the US, UK and India.
The book is divided into nine sections, beginning with the basics of interventional pain management. The second section covers the documents for consent to interventional procedures and protocols involved in pain management. Further sections cover interventional pain management for different anatomical areas including head and neck, chest and thorax, abdomen and pelvis, spine and back.
The concluding sections sections of the book cover advanced pain management, ultrasound guided procedures and alternate therapies such as intramuscular stimulation and dry needling.
Enhanced by nearly 400 images and illustrations and an accompanying DVD, Interactive Pain Management: A Practical Approach is an essential resource for anaesthesiologists.
- Latest edition of this comprehensive guide to interventional pain management procedures
- Previous edition published 2009 (9788184483192)
- International editorial team from US, UK and India
- 395 images and illustrations
- Includes interactive DVD
Section-A: Basics: Interventional Pain Management • Understanding of Basis of Radiological Imaging • Radiological Anatomy of Spine • Understanding of Radiological Imaging for Pain Physician • Role of Electrodiagnosis in the Management of Pain • Pharmacotherapy of Drugs used in Interventional Pain Treatment Procedures • Radio Frequency Ablation: Physical Principals and Mode of Action Section-B: Documentation and Protocols • Informed Consent for Interventional Pain Procedures • Role of Investigations in Interventional Pain Treatment Procedures (Iptps) • Protocol for Interventional Pain Procedures: A Suggested Format • Evaluation of Chronic Pain Patient • Stimulation Guided Pain Mapping Section -C: Head and Neck • Trigeminal Nerve Block • Maxillary Nerve Block • Mandibular Nerve Block • Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block • Glosso Pharyngeal Nerve Block • Stellate Ganglion Block • Occipital Nerve Stimulation Section D: Chest and Thorax • Supra Scapular Nerve Block • Inter Costal Nerve Block • Intra Pleural Block Section E: Abdomen and Pelvis • Coeliac Plexus Block • Splanchnic Nerve Block • Lumbar Sympathetic Block • Hypogastric Plexus Block • Ganglion of Impar Block Section F: Spine and Back • Cervical Epidural Block (Inter Laminar Approach) • Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Block • Cervical Medial Branch Blocks and Radiofrequency Neurotomy • Cervical Median Branch Block • Lumbar and Caudal Epidural Blocks • Lumbar Facet and Median Branch Block • Lumbar Pexus Block • Thoracic Paravertebral Block • Sacroliac Joint Radiofrequency Denervation • Coccygeal Nerve Block • Obturator Nerve Block • Piriformis Muscle and Tendon Block • Popliteal Block of the Sciatic Nerve • Ileo Inguinal Nerve Block • Genicular Nerve Block and RF for Knee Pain Section-G: Advanced Pain Management • Percutaneous Adhesiolysis for Failed Back Surgery Syndrome and Other Applications • Epiduroscopy for Patients with Lumbosacral Radicular Pain • Spinal Cord Stimulation • Discography • IDET • Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty • Nucleoplasty • Ozone Nucleolysis • Percutaneous Transforaminal Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy • Intrathecal Implantable devices • Subarachnoid or Intrathecal Neurolysis • Percutaneous Cervical Cordotomy for Cancer Pain • Radio Frequency Ablation of Spinal Metastasis Section H- USG Guided Procedures • USG vs Fluoroscopy Guidance in Interventional Pain Management • Introduction to US Guided Blocks • US Guided Greater Occipital and Third Ocipital Nerve Block • US Guided Cervical MBB • US Guided Shoulder Injections • US Guided Thoracic Para Vertebral blocks • US Guided Lumbar Median Branch Block • US Guided Sacro Ileac Joint Block • US Guided Hip Injections • US Guided Blocks Knee Injections Section I -Alternate Therapies • Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) or Dry Needling (DN) • Myofascial Pain Syndrome & Trigger Point Injections
Dwarkadas K Baheti MD
Consultant Anaesthesiologist and Pain Physician, Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Sanjay Bakshi MD
President, Manhattan Spine and Pain Medicine, New York, United States
Sanjeev Gupta MBBS MD Dip NB FRCA FIPP FFPMRCA
Consultant, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
Raghbirsingh P Gehdoo MD DA
Professor, Department of Anaesthesia, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India