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Nerve Blocks in Palliative Care Paperback – 9 Sep 2004


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The authors rightly make the point that the successful use of interventional techniques first requires good patient assessment, and then a cooperative approach by palliative care and pain management teams, followed by clearly articulated plans for aftercare. (Acute Pain, Vol 7)

Karen Simpson and Fiona Hicks have put together their extensive collective experience to produce a clear and succinct text that manages both to set out the clinical problems and also to summarize the various techniques that are used currently . . . This is a short and very readable book which I would recommend as essential reading for any medical or nursing profesional who is involved with the management of patients with cancer-related pain. My copy has sat easily in by brief case since it arrived through the post, and I have used it both for reference and as a teaching aid. It's been much more useful than those large, erudite tomes that are either gathering dust in my office or serving as a doorstop! (British Journal of Anaesthesia)

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Fiona Hicks is a Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, UK. Karen H Simpson is a Consultant in Pain Medicine, St James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK.

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