Neuropathic Pain: An Overview PDF ePub eBook

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Neuropathic Pain: An Overview free pdf Pain as a result of injury, damage or dysfunction of the nerve fibers, especially in the peripheral or central nervous system is termed as neuropathic pain. The affected nerve fibers send incorrect signals to the pain centers, thus disrupting normal functioning of the nerves.This animation provides information about nociceptors the nerves that respond to injury or damage to tissues, different types of neuropathic pain, causes, symptoms and treatment both medication and invasive.Features: No installations or passwords requiredEach CD-ROM is packed for MS-WINDOWS operating system- best viewed in resolution 1024 X 768.The CD-ROM provides option to choose * Play Full Presentation: full topic runs as a single video * Interactive Mode: the option of viewing section-wise

About Mark S. Wallace

Mark S. Wallace, MD, is Professor of anaesthesiology at the University of California, San Diego. He has obtained a degree in pain management and has been awarded the Robert D. Dripps, MD and Memorial Award for Outstanding Anaesthesiology Resident and the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, both at the University of Maryland. Apart from developing human experimental pain models to evaluate drug analgesic efficacy in phase I trails, his research interests include evaluating the effects of inhaled cannabis on painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy and heads two clinical trials evaluating new delivery methods for the opioids for breakthrough cancer pain.

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Author : Mark S. Wallace
Publisher : Focus Medica Pte Ltd
Data Published : 15 March 2008
ISBN : 9814206636
EAN : 9789814206631
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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