Identification and Management of Iatrogenic Complications in Interventional Pain Management
Interventional pain management procedures are generally well-tolerated and have a low incidence of complications. This chapter aims to provide an overview of potential iatrogenic complications arising from interventional pain. Likewise, identification and management of such complications as well as risk management strategies to improve patient safety and minimize risk following an adverse event will also be addressed.
KeywordsIatrogenic complications Treatment Injections Dural puncture Intravascular uptake Infection