Pain Management Series

This comprehensive four-part series includes current understanding about the causes of pain, and both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic methods of pain management. Specific topics include the differences between nociceptive and neuropathic pain; the role of neurotransmitters; assessment techniques including numeric and visual pain rating scales; affects and side effects of analgesic medicines; adjuvant medications; the differences between acute and chronic pain; non-pharmacologic pain treatment, including cognitive-behavioral therapies; and pain assessment and control strategies for special patient populations including children, the elderly, and the cognitively impaired. Animated graphics and realistic patient care scenarios support and enhance the information provided in the programs.

See below for a full list of programs in this series.
Price: $1,196.00 USD

Product ID: CLP236
Media: DVD
Year: 2015
Duration: 78:07 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Pain Management
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Other Programs in this Series

Pain Management: Pharmacological Treatments

OVERVIEW: This second program in the four part pain series will examine the three major groups of medications used to treat and manage pain: non-opioids, opioids, and adjuvants. It will also examine [...]

Released in 2015

Pain Management: Physical and Cognitive Approaches to Pain Management

OVERVIEW: This program examines the patient's pain experiences and shows how these experiences impact the caregiver's pain management strategies. In addition, complimentary treatment modalities [...]

Released in 2015

Pain Management: The Pain Process and Patient Assessment

OVERVIEW: This program describes psycho-physiological factors and other elements involved in the pain process. It describes the techniques of a thorough pain assessment and identifies outcomes needed [...]

Released in 2015

Pain Management: Pain Treatment Programs for Special Patient Populations

OVERVIEW: This last of four programs on pain management will examine the development of pain management programs for special populations: those who deny their pain, those not fully conscious, [...]

Released in 2015


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