Acute Pain Management by Sinatra R.S., Ginsberg B., Viscusi E.

By Sinatra R.S., Ginsberg B., Viscusi E.

This textbook presents an outline of soreness administration necessary to experts in addition to non-specialists, surgeons, and nursing employees.

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