Interventional Pain Treatments

What are Interventional pain treatments?

 Interventional pain treatments are those treatments whereby a needle, lead or device is placed through a patient's skin.

In this website interventional pain treatments are classified according a region of a body.

 The contents are jointly based on:

  • "Praktische Richtlijnen Anesthesiologische Pijnbestrijding gebaseerd op Klinische Diagnosen" ,
    Editors: Jan Van Zundert, Frank Huygen, Jacob Patijn, Maarten van Kleef, 2009
  • The policy within the UPCM of the Department Anaesthesiology and Pain Management of the MUMC+.

Other interventional pain treatments not yet mentioned will be added in the future.

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