Health Reference Series: Pain Source Book

Editor/Author Maharaja, Silva Ganesh
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $85.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $127.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1571-1
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 25
Book Status: Available
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Pain Sourcebook, Fifth Edition provides updated information about the many ways people encounter pain and the steps they can take to avoid it. It explains the different ways people experience pain and how pain affects mental health, sleep patterns, and everyday tasks.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Encountering and Avoiding Pain
  • Chapter 1—Pain: The Universal Disorder
  • Chapter 2—Facts and Figures on Pain
  • Chapter 3—Pain Perception
  • Section 3.1—Theory of Pain
  • Section 3.2—Types and Ways People Experience Pain
  • Chapter 4—Chronic Pain Affects Mental Health and Sleep
  • Section 4.1—Understanding Chronic Pain
  • Section 4.2—Chronic Pain Syndromes
  • Section 4.3—Depression and Chronic Pain
  • Section 4.4—Pain and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Section 4.5—Pain and Sleep
  • Chapter 5—Substance Use and Pain
  • Section 5.1—The Effects of Cigarette Smoke on Pain
  • Section 5.2—Alcohol and Chronic Pain
  • Section 5.3—Opioid Abuse and Chronic Pain
  • Chapter 6—Coping with Chronic Pain
  • Section 6.1—Learning to Control Pain
  • Section 6.2—Managing Chronic Pain
  • Section 6.3—Dealing with Chronic Pain
  • Section 6.4—Seniors and Chronic Pain
  • Chapter 7—Relaxation Techniques for People with Chronic Pain
  • Chapter 8—Physical Activity Helps Relieve Arthritis Pain
  • Chapter 9—Ergonomics to Avoid Workplace Pain
  • Part II: Musculoskeletal Pain
  • Chapter 10—Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases
  • Section 10.1—Basic Information about Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases
  • Section 10.2—Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Section 10.3—Osteoarthritis
  • Section 10.4—Reactive Arthritis
  • Section 10.5—Gout
  • Section 10.6—Polymyalgia Rheumatica
  • Chapter 11—Back and Spinal Pain
  • Section 11.1—What You Should Know about Back Pain
  • Section 11.2—Spinal Stenosis
  • Chapter 12—Bone Pain
  • Section 12.1—Bone Cancer
  • Section 12.2—Paget Disease of Bone
  • Section 12.3—Osteonecrosis
  • Chapter 13—Fibromyalgia
  • Chapter 14—Knees and Their Problems
  • Section 14.1—Knee Basics
  • Section 14.2—Common Knee Problems
  • Chapter 15—Muscle Pain
  • Section 15.1—Chronic Myofascial Pain
  • Section 15.2—Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
  • Section 15.3—Muscle Cramps
  • Chapter 16—Neck Pain
  • Section 16.1—What Causes a Pain in the Neck?
  • Section 16.2—Whiplash and Whiplash-Associated Disorders (WADs)
  • Section 16.3—Massage Therapy for Managing Neck Pain
  • Chapter 17—Repetitive Motion Disorders
  • Section 17.1—Bursitis and Tendinitis
  • Section 17.2—Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Chapter 18—Shoulder Problems
  • Chapter 19—Sprains and Strains
  • Chapter 20—Sports Injuries
  • Section 20.1—Sports Injuries: An Overview
  • Section 20.2—Musculoskeletal Sports Injuries in Youth
  • Section 20.3—Sports Injuries among Girls
  • Part III: Other Pain-Related Injuries and Disorders
  • Chapter 21—Burns
  • Chapter 22—Cancer Pain
  • Chapter 23—Chest Pain
  • Section 23.1—Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack
  • Section 23.2—Angina
  • Section 23.3—Tietze Syndrome
  • Chapter 24—Dental and Facial Pain
  • Section 24.1—Burning Mouth Syndrome
  • Section 24.2—Tooth Pain
  • Section 24.3—Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
  • Section 24.4—Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Chapter 25—Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Chapter 26—Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism (DVT/PE)
  • Chapter 27—Ear Pain
  • Chapter 28—Gastrointestinal Pain
  • Section 28.1—Abdominal Adhesions
  • Section 28.2—Appendicitis
  • Section 28.3—Crohn's Disease
  • Section 28.4—Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis
  • Section 28.5—Gallstones
  • Section 28.6—Gas in the Digestive Tract
  • Section 28.7—Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (Heartburn)
  • Section 28.8—Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Section 28.9—Pancreatitis
  • Chapter 29—Gynecological Pain
  • Section 29.1—Childbirth and Pain
  • Section 29.2—Dysmenorrhea
  • Section 29.3—Endometriosis
  • Section 29.4—Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Section 29.5—Uterine Fibroids
  • Section 29.6—Vulvodynia
  • Chapter 30—Headaches
  • Section 30.1—Headaches: In Depth
  • Section 30.2—Hemicrania Continua
  • Section 30.3—Migraine
  • Section 30.4—Cluster Headache
  • Chapter 31—Multiple Sclerosis Pain
  • Section 31.1—Multiple Sclerosis and Pain
  • Section 31.2—Multiple Sclerosis and CAM
  • Chapter 32—Neuralgia and Neurological Pain
  • Section 32.1—Arachnoiditis
  • Section 32.2—Central Pain Syndrome
  • Section 32.3—Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
  • Section 32.4—Pinched Nerve
  • Section 32.5—Shingles and Postherpetic Neuralgia
  • Section 32.6—Tarlov Cysts
  • Chapter 33—Neuropathies
  • Section 33.1—Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Section 33.2—Diabetic Neuropathies
  • Chapter 34—Phantom Pain
  • Chapter 35—Sickle Cell Pain
  • Chapter 36—Sinus Pain
  • Chapter 37—Somatoform Pain Disorder
  • Chapter 38—Stroke and Pain
  • Chapter 39—Surgical Pain
  • Section 39.1—What You Need to Know about Pain Control during and after Surgery
  • Section 39.2—Codeine and Tramadol Can Cause Breathing Problems for Children
  • Chapter 40—Urological Pain
  • Section 40.1—Interstitial Cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome)
  • Section 40.2—Kidney Stones
  • Section 40.3—Loin Pain Hematuria Syndrome
  • Part IV: Medical Management of Pain
  • Chapter 41—Pain Treatment
  • Section 41.1—Treatments for Pain
  • Section 41.2—Models of Pain Treatment
  • Chapter 42—Diagnosing and Evaluating Pain
  • Section 42.1—Chronic Pain Assessment
  • Section 42.2—X-Rays
  • Section 42.3—Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Section 42.4—Electromyograms and Nerve Conduction Studies
  • Chapter 43—Conventional and Integrative Approaches to Pain Management
  • Section 43.1—Chronic Pain Treatment Plans
  • Section 43.2—Pain Management Therapies
  • Chapter 44—Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Therapies for Pain
  • Section 44.1—Research on Pain Management through CAM
  • Section 44.2—Acupuncture
  • Section 44.3—Chiropractic
  • Section 44.4—Dietary Supplements
  • Section 44.5—Spinal Manipulation
  • Section 44.6—Massage Therapy
  • Section 44.7—Yoga
  • Chapter 45—Understanding Pain Medicine
  • Chapter 46—Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers
  • Section 46.1—Way to Take Your Over-the-Counter Pain Reliever
  • Section 46.2—Use Caution with Over-the-Counter Pain Reliever
  • Chapter 47—Topical Pain Relievers
  • Chapter 48—Non-Opioid Analgesic Pain Relievers
  • Section 48.1—Aspirin
  • Section 48.2—Acetaminophen
  • Section 48.3—Ibuprofen
  • Chapter 49—Opioid Pain Relievers
  • Section 49.1—Commonly Prescribed Opioid Medications
  • Section 49.2—What to Ask Your Doctor before Taking Opioids
  • Chapter 50—Other Medications Used for Pain Management
  • Chapter 51—Corticosteroid Injections for Relieving Pain
  • Chapter 52—Invasive and Implanted Pain Interventions
  • Chapter 53—Surgical Procedures for Pain Relief
  • Section 53.1—Types of Back Surgery
  • Section 53.2—Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
  • Section 53.3—Nerve Blocks, Traction, and TENS
  • Section 53.4—Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Section 53.5—Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Chapter 54—Palliative Care
  • Section 54.1—Pediatric Palliative Care
  • Section 54.2—Palliative Care for Adults
  • Chapter 55—Multidisciplinary Pain Management Programs
  • Part V: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 56—Terms Related to Pain and Pain Management
  • Chapter 57—Resources for More Information about Pain Management