Pain Review book to educate resident with?

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Hi All,

I have a student rotating through and I'd like a Pain Medicine review book we could use to study together. Ideally, I'd like to go over a chapter every other day. I'd like it to be in outline format and concise. I'd like it to be practical and not too theoretical. One such book I used to like was Pain Medicine and Management: Just the Facts by Staats and Wallace, however this book is now almost 10 years old. I liked it because the chapters were in outline format, practical, concise, no BS.

Can anybody recommend a more up to date book instead of this one?

Pain Medicine and Management: Just the Facts, 2e

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I would guess that most of the big concepts are still the same, especially at a student level even if 10 years old. I would just get that book and then add anything that you feel is important, especially if it has a format that you like.
 
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id still use it if i were you. cheaper. you are comfortable with it.

not that much has changed, regardless of what drusso the KOLs tout...
 
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I would guess that most of the big concepts are still the same, especially at a student level even if 10 years old. I would just get that book and then add anything that you feel is important, especially if it has a format that you like.

Agree with this. Big concepts for a med student resident are close enough for a 10 yr old book.
 
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