Pain Care Essentials and Innovations

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Pain Care Essentials and Innovations
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Publisher : Elsevier
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ISBN : 0323722164
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Pain medicine has struggled to find effective treatments for chronic pain. Opioids, which were considered the standard of care, have now demonstrated to have significant adverse long-term consequences. This book provides the reader with pain treatment strategies that have been effectively employed over the years as well as the newest trends and treatment in pain care. . Cannabinoids in pain care . Novel therapeutics in pain medicine . Integrative care in pain management

Pain Care Essentials and Innovations

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