Further, it is intended as a multi-authored resource book for academic and pharmaceutical researchers. Book is in Used-Good condition. About this Item: Condition: Brand New. Bromley; effectiveness of needling techniques with special reference to myofascial pain syndromes, Andreas G. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!.
May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. The E-mail message field is required. These and other tightly focused synopses offer the reader a good jump forward in understanding the applied pharmacology of numerous potential and current therapeutic agents. There is just too much to take in. In the preface to this new compendium of pain science, the editors state that the book is designed to offer the latest in current knowledge on pain mechanisms, assessment, and treatment. From United Kingdom to U. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
On pathogenic processes, for example, excellent summaries are provided on sympathetic involvement in pain by Baron and Janig, visceral pain by Wesselmann, and the role of neurotrophic factors by Mendell. Laird; central and peripheral components of neuropathic pain, R. . We have emailed you at with instructions on how to set up a new password. For this book, however, there was no apparent effort to link the content of the individual chapters in any clear way, so each brief chapter stands alone and repetition is extensive. Regarding clinical conditions and treatments, the usefulness of chapters also varies widely.
To get started with Anesthesiology, we'll need to send you an email. Abstract: This reference presents a detailed overview of approaches and techniques in the management of pain caused by tissue, nerve and central nervous system injuries, categorizing pain into a variety of syndromes and underlying mechanisms to aid the development of interventional pharmacologic measures. One of the challenges in creating a multi-authored text is directing the efforts of a large crowd of contributors, in this case 141 of them. Colburn and Rajesh Munglani; a new perspective on signal transduction in neuropathic pain - the emerging role of the G proteindimer in transducing and modulating opioid signalling, Keith McCormack. Of note, for example, are chapters on novel opioids by Porreca and Hruby, vanilloids by Basbaum et al.
A review of migraine by Goadsby quickly brings one up to speed on current thinking on this topic, but a 6-page summary of acute trauma and postoperative pain is far too brief to be helpful. Responsibility: edited by Chas Bountra, Rajesh Munglani, William K. Clinical aspects: neuroimaging of pain - possibilities of objective measurements of analgesic actions in human subjects, David Borsook, Lino Becerra, Alison Comite, Gil Gonzalez, andHans Breiter; surrogate models of pain, G. From United Kingdom to U. A new password is required for A nesthesiology. We may ship the books from Asian regions for inventory purpose. Although potentially problematic issues regarding the intentions and transparency of commercial research must be recognized, pharmaceutical laboratories have become a major venue for basic and applied research in pain, and their role is central in the translational process of drug development.
We may ship the books from Asian regions for inventory purpose. Chan Gunn, and Rajesh Munglani;advances in the management of spinal pain and radiofrequency techniques, Andreas G. Here, the book is only inconsistently successful. As a result, publication was delayed and few chapters have any citations past 1999. Preston; acute trauma and postoperative pain, Leslie M. These are concise but complete and are solidly based in cited research.
Although the book includes thoughtful analytical pieces, such as those on pain categorization and the interaction of processes leading to neuropathic pain, a critical perspective is not apparent overall. Chapters on human and animal models of pain are very brief and incomplete, not providing the detailed examination that would be a key resource to researchers. Evidently, not all authors were timely in their submissions. Novel approaches to drug discovery -- pt. Book will be sent in robust, secure packaging to ensure it reaches you securely.
Woolf, David Borsook, and Martin Koltzenburg; sites of analgesic action, Michael Hudspith and Rajesh Munglani; from acute to chronic pain - peripheraland central mechanisms, Fernando Cervero and Jennifer M. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. This reference presents a detailed overview of approaches and techniques in the management of pain caused by tissue, nerve and central nervous system injuries, categorizing pain into a variety of syndromes and underlying mechanisms to aid the development of interventional pharmacologic measures. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. Other than investigators needing a quick launch into a particular pharmacologic issue, most readers would optimally benefit from an integrative approach that provides a framework for the progressively more detailed theories and observations that are emerging from modern research. Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher.