This session seeks to focus on pain in the elderly, understanding best practices in treatment including pharmacologic, interventional, and non-pharmacologic treatments. Furthermore, the focus of minimizing delirium and assessing dementia will be discussed.
Assessing Pain in the Elderly
M. Cary Reid, MD, PhD
Avoiding Delerium and Dementia
Neel D. Mehta, MD
Interventional Techniques—What's New and What to Watch Out For?
Mehul Desai, MD
- Define safe pharmacologic choices in treatment of pain in the elderly.
- Discuss delirium and dementia.
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- New Safety Considerations for Interventional Pain: Risks Associated with Cumulative use of Steroid Injections, Short and Long-Term Complications of Disc Puncture and Provocation Discography (402)
- The Power of Groups: How, Why, When, and Where to Start a Pain Psychology Group (403)
- How to Get Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals (404)
- Managing Complex Chronic Pelvic Pain: An Interdisciplinary Approach (405)