Focus on pain management: Multidisciplinary pain management

June 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jun2007, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p42
The article discusses multidisciplinary approaches to pain management including members of pain management teams, palliative care, and types of pain management programs. Pain management teams commonly consist of a diverse set of professionals including physicians, specialists, and medical assistants to help patients with their daily life activities at the same time to determine the patient's feelings. The concept of the pain management program is also discussed.


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