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The Essence of Analgesia and Analgesics is an invaluable practical resource for clinicians giving pain relief in any clinical setting, describing the pharmacologic principles and clinical use of all available pain medications. As well as detailed overviews of pain processing and analgesic theory, sections are dedicated to oral and panteral opioid analgesics, neuraxial opioids, NSAIDs, local anesthetics, anticonvulsant type analgesics, NMDA antagonists, alpha adrenergic analgesics, antidepressant analgesics, muscle relaxants, adjuvant medications, and new and emerging analgesics. The concise format of the chapters allows for quick and easy reading and assimilation of information. Enhanced by summary tables and figures, each chapter provides an overview of a particular drug, covering chemical structure, mode of activity, indications, contraindications, common doses and uses, advantages and disadvantages, and drug related adverse events. Key references are also provided. Edited by leading experts in pain management, this is essential reading for any clinician involved in pain management.

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'The many contributors range from medical students to professors to heads of pharmaceutical companies. Such variety of perspective is refreshing in any text … The Essence of Analgesia and Analgesics is a compact, ready reference mini-pharmacopeia. It would make a useful addition to the library of any anesthesiologist, pain management specialist or medical student.'

Source: Anesthesiology News

'… an excellent reference in pain management … would make a useful addition to the library of any healthcare professional …'

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