Pharmacology of Pain

ISBN: 978-0-931092-78-7
Published: 2010
Pharmacology of Pain

Title:

Pharmacology of Pain

Author(s):

Beaulieu, Pierre; Lussier, David; Porreca, Frank; Dickenson, Anthony

Pharmacology of Pain provides a complete review of the pharmacology of pain, including mechanisms of drug actions, clinical aspects of drug usage, and new developments. This authoritative book describes the different systems involved in the perception, transmission, and modulation of pain and discusses the available options for pharmacological treatment of pain.
 
Who should buy this book?
Pharmacology of Pain is a particularly useful resource for:
 
  • Basic researchers and clinicians, including physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, and physical therapists
  • Other professionals in the field of pain research and treatment
  • Students and trainees
You can purchase the entire book or click "BUY" to purchase an individual chapter.
 
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Pharmacology of Pain

Author(s): Beaulieu, Pierre; Lussier, David; Porreca, Frank; Dickenson, Anthony
Abstract:
Pharmacology of Pain provides a complete review of the pharmacology of pain, including mechanisms of drug actions, clinical aspects of drug usage, and new developments. This authoritative book describes the different systems involved in the perception, transmission, and modulation of pain and discusses the available options for pharmacological treatment of pain.
 
Who should buy this book?
Pharmacology of Pain is a particularly useful resource for:
 
  • Basic researchers and clinicians, including physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, and physical therapists
  • Other professionals in the field of pain research and treatment
  • Students and trainees
You can purchase the entire book or click "BUY" to purchase an individual chapter.
 
Behind the Book
Read the Reviews
About the Editors