Ultrasound for Interventional Pain Management, An ilustrated procedural guide.


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Autor: Philip WH Peng MBBS, FRCPC, Founder (Pain Medicine)
Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
University Health Network and Mount Sinai Hospital
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada

Anuj Bhatia, MBBS MD FRCA FRCPC (Anesthesia & Pain Medicine) FFPMRCA FIPP CIPS ASR-PMUC
Associate Professor
University of Toronto and Toronto Western Hospital
Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

Editorial: Springer
ISBN: 978-3-030-18370-7
Formato: 24 × 17 × 3 cm
Peso: 920 gr
Paginas: 360
Idioma: ingles
Encuadernacion: Tapa dura

Due to a wide-spread developing interest in ultrasound-guided pain intervention by clinicians, the demand for a practical reference material on this topic has grown simultaneously. This book thoroughly satisfies the need for such a reference, as it contains text written by experts in the field and a multitude of unique, educational illustrations. Spinal pain, the musculoskeletal system, and peripheral structures function as the fundamental items of discussion across three divided sections. In order to augment the reader’s learning experience, the high-quality images found within each chapter provide step-by-step guidance on the various ultrasound scanning procedural processes. Additionally, tips and pearls for scan and injection supplement each chapter conclusion.

Ultrasound for Interventional Pain Management: An Illustrated Procedural Guide is a pragmatic, indispensable resource that helps interested clinical practitioners enhance their visual memory and overall understanding of this method.

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Peso 920 g
Dimensiones 24 × 17 × 3 cm