Interventional Pain Treatments

What is interventional pain treatment?

Pain treatment is called interventional whenever a needle, lead or catheter is inserted through the skin during the treatment procedure.

A treatment is called invasive when a surgeon is performing an operation.

Different kinds of interventional pain treatment are explained in this section of the website.

The contents are partly based on:

  • The policy within the UPCM of the Department Anaesthesiology and Pain Management of the MUMC+.
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