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Cancer pain relief

Cancer pain relief

a practical manual

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer pain -- Treatment.,
  • Neoplasms -- complications.,
  • Pain, Intractable -- drug therapy.,
  • Analgesics, Opioid -- pharmacology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by F. De Conno, K. Foley.
    ContributionsDe Conno, F., Foley, Kathleen M., 1944-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC262 .C291194 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 39 p. ;
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1273485M
    ISBN 100792335902
    LC Control Number95004898


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Thoroughly updating their widely praised book, You Don't Have to Suffer, Dr. Richard B. Patt and Susan Lang offer a much-needed handbook for patients and caregivers on all aspects of cancer pain and suffering.

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The causes of pain and the factors that worsen it are covered in the first part of the book, but those with an acute need for pain relief information can jump to the second section of the book, which details standard cancer pain treatments.

Several helpful appendixes follow the third section, which delves into advanced pain treatment.5/5(1). Summary: The second edition of a guide which introduced a simple, yet highly effective method for the relief of cancer pain.

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From time to time we'll alert you. If pain medicines are not keeping your pain under control, ask your cancer team about other measures. If you keep having trouble, ask to see a pain specialist. Keep at least a one-week supply of pain medicines on hand.

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Jacob, MD, et. This pioneering book is the first to provide in-depth coverage of all the interventional and medical strategies needed for effective cancer pain management.

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Family and friends may also want to read this booklet. Having cancer doesn’t mean you’ll have pain. But if you do, this booklet includes tips about managing your pain with medicine and other treatments. The types and causes of cancer pain. To use heat for pain relief, a heating pad with a moisture option is handy.

You can also try gel packs warmed in hot water; hot water bottles; a hot, moist towel; a regular heating pad; or a hot bath or shower. You might want to try one of the heat patches you can buy at the drugstore.

Pain is one of the most common symptoms in cancer patients. Pain can be caused by cancer, treatment for cancer, or a combination of factors.

Tumors, surgery, intravenous chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, supportive care therapies such as bisphosphonates, and diagnostic procedures may cause you pain. The second edition of a guide, which introduced a simple, yet highly effective method for the relief of cancer pain.

Thoroughly revised and updated, the new edition further refines the WHO method, which advocates the use of a small number of relatively inexpensive drugs, including morphine. Revisions draw on experiences with millions of patients around the world as well as Reviews: 1.

Although cancer pain is usually treated with medicine, surgery to remove a tumor or radiation therapy to shrink a tumor can be used along with medicine to provide additional pain relief.

Cancer pain can be a complication of cancer or its treatment, and can negatively affect the functional status and quality of life of cancer patients. Get comprehensive, practical information on the screening, assessment, and management of cancer-related pain.

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Pain from the cancer itself. Pain from the cancer can be caused by a tumor pressing on nerves, bones, or organs. Summary: Considers what can - and should - be done to comfort patients suffering from the distressing symptoms of advanced cancer.

Prepared by nine renowned experts in oncology, neurology, pain management and nursing care, the book draws together the evidence and arguments needed to define clear lines of action, whether on the part of the medical and.

Not everyone with cancer will have pain. Around half of the people who have treatment for cancer have some pain. When cancer has come back or spread, up to 9 out of 10 people (90%) have pain. The way people feel and experience pain varies. Even people with the same type of cancer can have very different experiences.

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Cancer pain relief estimate is that every day at least million people are suffer­ ing from cancer pain, with or without satisfactory treatment. A series of studies using verbal reports and rating scales indi­File Size: 3MB.

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Geneva: World Health Organization ; Albany, NY: WHO Publications Center USA [distributor], (OCoLC) Online version: Cancer pain relief. Geneva: World Health Organization ; Albany, NY: WHO Publications Center USA [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type. Pain can be part of having cancer, but you don’t have to take like doctor appointments and tests, managing pain is another way to take control of your treatment.

When you're in pain, it. Pain is the alarm of disease, the symptom that announces that all is not right with our bodies.

Whether due to accident or illness, it is the most common reason that people seek medical assistance. But because pain has many causes, some of which are poorly understood, it is often a vexing problem to treat.

There are no truly effective medicines for certain types of pain, and sometimes relief Cited by: 2. People with cancer who use marijuana say that it benefits them in several ways: by quelling nausea, suppressing vomiting, increasing appetite, relieving pain, and soothing anxiety.

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In most part of the world, the majority of cancer patients present with advanced disease. For them, the only realistic treatment option is pain relief and palliative care.

Inthe first edition of this publication proposed a method for relief of cancer pain, based on a small number of relatively inexpensive drugs, including morphine. Nearly half of cancer patients experience pain caused by the cancer itself, cancer treatment or factors that aren’t related to cancer.

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With cancer treatment success comes a down side—more disability and pain. Many cancer patients are living longer, shifting pain management from a focus on acute pain to chronic pain. Part 1 of a five-part series on cancer pain will discuss the goals of a compassionate and multidisciplinary pain management program for treating cancer pain.

Pain management for people with lung cancer has come a long way, but concerns about pain remain frightening to nearly everyone diagnosed with the disease. Pain is very common with lung cancer, and 51% percent of people living with lung cancer experience some form of pain during their treatment.

Causes of Cancer Pain: Cancer, Cancer Treatments, and Comorbidities. A study evaluating the characteristics of patients (N = ) with advanced cancer presenting to a palliative care service found the primary tumor as the chief cause of pain in 68% of patients.

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