Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine

Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine

 

Authoritative regional anesthesia and pain knowledge – from pediatric to geriatric

For more than 40 years, Regional Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine (RAPM) has provided regional anesthesia and pain specialists new research, guidelines and important information to treat their patients—from pediatric to geriatric. New research in pain medicine also helps specialists combat the overuse of opioids prescribed after surgery.

 

RAPM is the official journal of the American Society for Regional Anesthesiology, representing pain specialists in more than 65 countries and six continents.

 

Content highlights

RAPM publishes peer-reviewed scientific and clinical studies that advance the understanding and clinical application of regional techniques for surgical anesthesia and postoperative analgesia.

  • New for 2020! Editor’s Perspective: A high-level summary of key findings and takeaways – included with every original research article
  • Acute, chronic and interventional pain knowledge
  • Authoritative guidelines and practice advisories
  • Treatments for pediatric pain through geriatric pain
  • The latest anticoagulation guidelines; published every two years
  • New medical knowledge in pain medicine to help avoid the over usage of opioids
  • Archive access dating back to 1976