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Emergency Sedation and Pain Management

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James Miner, John Burton, Susan Fuchs, Michelle P. Tomassi, Knox Todd, Sharon Roy, Tania Strout, Dawn Kendrick, Eustacia Su, Paula Tanabe, David Fosnocht, Wayne Triner, Michael Turturro, Matthew Dunn, Carl Germann, Andrew Perron, Donald Jeanmonod, Martha L. Neighbor, Allan Wolfson, David Newman, John Southall, Baruch Krauss, Steve Green, Mark Roback, Nathan Mick, Michael Ciccarelli, Christopher J. Freeman, Carl Chudnofsky, Douglas Dillon, Michael Gibbs, William Zempsky, Kip Benko, Joel Bartfield, Michael Dailey, David French, Joseph Clinton, Arleigh Trainor, Richard Riker, Gilles Fraser
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  • Date Published: January 2008
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521870863

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  • Presented in an easily accessible, clinically oriented format, Emergency Sedation and Pain Management is a comprehensive medical text addressing emergency sedation and analgesia with specific emphasis on treatment of the emergency department patient. The text presents a clinical approach to the treatment of pain in emergency patients, including pediatric and adult populations. Analgesia, sedation, and anesthetic techniques are presented in an informative, authoritative, and concise format - written and edited by physicians with extensive research as well as clinical emergency medicine expertise. The chapters are richly supplemented with tables, photographs, and step-by-step illustrations.

    • Richly supplemented with tables and color figures
    • Chapters are organized in an easily accessible, clinically-focused format
    • Editors/contributors include clinicians and researchers recognized for their experience and expertise in each topic
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    'Were you to judge a book by the cover … you might be forgiven for thinking that this one is purely for the medics. Closer inspection, however, reveals a veritable explosion of materials, all relevant to emergency nurses, and all revealing the finer points of pain management in utterly glorious technicolour. … Scanning the book for the first time, I could feel myself being sucked in, wanting to read it chapter and verse … Throughout the book, readers should enjoy the short, punchy chapters, all of which are richly referenced. … For those with a special interest in pain management, I would recommend investing in this book for yourself, but otherwise I would suggest a whip round to purchase this fantastic resource for your own department.' International Emergency Nursing

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    Product details

    • Date Published: January 2008
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521870863
    • length: 306 pages
    • dimensions: 279 x 216 x 19 mm
    • weight: 1kg
    • contains: 81 b/w illus. 17 colour illus. 1 map 91 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Overview and Principles in Emergency Analgesia and Procedural Sedation:
    1. Emergency analgesic principles James Miner and John Burton
    2. Emergency procedural sedation principles John Burton and James Miner
    3. Analgesic and procedural sedation principles unique to the pediatric emergency department Susan Fuchs
    4. Pain and analgesia in the infant Michelle P. Tomassi
    5. Provider bias and patient selection for emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Knox Todd
    6. Federal and hospital regulatory oversight in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Sharon Roy
    7. Nursing considerations in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Tania Strout and Dawn Kendrick
    Part II. Analgesia for the Emergency Patient:
    8. Pharmacology of commonly utilized analgesic agents Eustacia Su
    9. Patient assessment: pain scales and observation in clinical practice Tania Strout and Dawn Kendrick
    10. Pathways and protocols for the triage patient with acute pain Paula Tanabe
    11. Patients with acute pain: patient expectations and desired outcomes David Fosnocht
    12. Analgesia for the adult and pediatric multi-trauma patient Wayne Triner
    13. Analgesia for the emergency department isolated orthopedic extremity trauma patient Michael Turturro
    14. Analgesia for selected emergency head, eye, and ear patients Matthew Dunn
    15. Analgesia for the emergency headache patient James Miner
    16. Analgesia for the emergency chest pain patient Carl Germann and Andrew Perron
    17. Analgesia for the emergency back pain patient Donald Jeanmonod
    18. Analgesia for the acute abdomen patient Martha L. Neighbor
    19. Analgesia for the renal colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman
    20. Analgesia for the biliary colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman
    21. Analgesia for the chronic pain patient James Miner
    22. Outpatient analgesia following acute musculoskeletal injury John Southall
    Part III. Procedural Sedation for the Emergency Patient:
    23. Patient assessment and pre-procedure considerations Baruch Krauss and Steve Green
    24. Monitoring for procedural sedation Baruch Krauss
    25. Pharmacology of commonly utilized sedative agents Eustacia Su
    26. Procedural sedation for pediatric laceration repair Mark Roback
    27. Procedural sedation for pediatric radiographic imaging studies Nathan Mick
    28. Procedural sedation for brief pediatric procedures: foreign body removal, lumbar puncture, bone marrow aspiration, central venous catheter placement Michael Ciccarelli
    29. Procedural sedation for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction James Miner and John Burton
    30. Procedural sedation for electrical cardioversion Christopher J. Freeman
    31. Procedural sedation for brief surgical procedures: abscess incision and debridement, tube thoracostomy, nasogastric tube placement Carl Chudnofsky
    Part IV. Topical, Local, and Regional Anesthesia Approach to the Emergency Patient:
    32. Selected topical, local, and regional anesthesia techniques Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs
    33. Topical anesthesia considerations for pediatric peripheral intravenous catheter placement William Zempsky
    34. Regional anesthesia for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs
    35. Regional anesthesia for dental pain Kip Benko
    36. Local anesthesia for laceration repair Joel Bartfield
    Part V. Special Considerations for Emergency Procedural Sedation and Analgesia:
    37. Sedation and analgesia for the prehospital emergency medical services patient Michael Dailey and David French
    38. Induction agents for rapid sequence intubation of the emergency department patient Joseph Clinton and Arleigh Trainor
    39. Sedation and analgesia for the critical care patient Richard Riker and Gilles Fraser.

  • Authors

    John H. Burton, Department of Emergency Medicine, Albany Medical College
    John Burton, M.D., has been the Residency Program Director in Emergency Medicine and a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Albany Medical College in Albany, NY, since 2006. From 1999 to 2003, Dr. Burton was the Medical Director for Maine Emergency Medical Services and, from 1995 to 2006, he worked in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. He was the founding Research Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Maine Medical Center. Dr Burton's areas of research interest are procedural sedation and analgesia, emergency medical services, and management of cardiovascular emergencies. He has published extensively in the emergency medicine literature on these and related topics. He has received awards and peer recognition throughout his academic career noting a commitment to the specialty of emergency medicine. Dr Burton completed medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1992, and residency training at the University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine in 1995.

    James Miner, University of Minnesota

    Contributors

    James Miner, John Burton, Susan Fuchs, Michelle P. Tomassi, Knox Todd, Sharon Roy, Tania Strout, Dawn Kendrick, Eustacia Su, Paula Tanabe, David Fosnocht, Wayne Triner, Michael Turturro, Matthew Dunn, Carl Germann, Andrew Perron, Donald Jeanmonod, Martha L. Neighbor, Allan Wolfson, David Newman, John Southall, Baruch Krauss, Steve Green, Mark Roback, Nathan Mick, Michael Ciccarelli, Christopher J. Freeman, Carl Chudnofsky, Douglas Dillon, Michael Gibbs, William Zempsky, Kip Benko, Joel Bartfield, Michael Dailey, David French, Joseph Clinton, Arleigh Trainor, Richard Riker, Gilles Fraser

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