I. Managing pain
II. No need for translation when the same language is spoken
III. Pain research
IV. Persistent post-surgery pain
Chronic pain epidemiology and its clinical relevance
Assessment of patients with chronic pain
Neuroinflammation and the generation of neuropathic pain
Challenges in design and interpretation of chronic pain trials
Targeting novel peripheral mediators for the treatment of chronic pain
Sex differences in pain
Psychological approaches to chronic pain management
Imaging pain
Neuropathic pain
Opioids and immune modulation
Psychosocial interventions for managing pain in older adults
Differential diagnosis of facial pain and guidelines for management
Neuropathic pain in cancer
Low back and radicular pain
Comparison of propofol and fentanyl for preventing emergence agitation in children
Emergence agitation after sevoflurane anaesthesia in children
Differences in study results
Dexmedetomidine as adjuvant for peripheral nerve blocks
Alternative methods to improve probability of CVC catheter placement
Alternative methods to improve the probability of correct central venous catheter placement
Control group bias
Use of transabdominal ultrasound to enhance safety during oesophageal dilatation
Internal leaks into anaesthesia machines
Rescuing direct laryngoscopy
Analgesia, Anaesthesia and Pregnancy
Oxford Pain Management Library—Back Pain
Manual of Geriatric Anesthesia
Anaesthesia for Emergency Care
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