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Bandolier's little book of pain
  1. William S M Summerskill, MBBS, MSC
  1. University of Bristol
 Bristol, England, UK

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    Moore A, Edwards J, Barden J, et al. Bandolier’s little book of pain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

    Here is evidence to support the old adage that “good things come in small packages.” Bandolier’s little book of pain is a convenient pocket size, yet its 450 pages are packed with useful, current information about analgesia, evidence-based practice (EBP), and patient care. This book is clearly and humorously written in the Bandolier style and will appeal to all people involved in managing and delivering pain relief.

    Pain is an important, common, and often undertreated condition, with enormous social and financial consequences. As a result, there are many good reasons for …

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