Initial assessment of cancer pain comprehensive pain assessment is one of the most important initial steps for successful management of cancer pain it is recommended that pain should be evaluated at every clinical visit and incorporated as the fifth vital sign benedetti et al 2000. Taking a practical approach this book includes most non drug methods of pain control covering alternatives to oral and parenteral analgesics for patients with difficult cancer pain it provides a collection of chapters by international experts bringing together differents aspects of pain management. A comprehensive handbook of cancer pain management in developing countries written by an international panel of expert pain physicians a comprehensive handbook of cancer pain management in developing countries addresses this challenging and vital topic with reference to the latest body of evidence relating to cancer pain this iasp publication thoroughly covers pain management in the . And subsequent use of pain management principles during and between pain management rounds can lead to effective pain man agement and satisfaction for patients with cancer research is needed to assess whether comprehensive programs can change pain management practices in other patient populations key points pain continues to be
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