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SUBHASH JAIN, MD
Office Address
Institute for Pain and Palliative Care
360 East 72nd Street, Suite C
New York, NY 10021
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Web:
212.439.6100
212.439.6300
[email protected]
www.nycpain.com
Board Certification
Medical Licensure
American Board of Anesthesiology
-Anesthesiology
American Board of Anesthesiology, Subspecialty
-Pain Management
World Institute of Pain
-Interventional Pain Management
New York
New Jersey
Maine (Inactive)
Education
1969
MBBS
MD
SMS Medical College, Jaipur, India
New York State Conferral
Postdoctoral Training
1969-1970
Rotating Internship
MG Hospital, Jodhpur, India
1970-1971
Medical Officer in Charge
RFPC, Mandolinagar, India
1971-1973
Medical Officer in Charge
GC Hospital, Banswara, India
1973-1975
Civil Assistant Surgeon
SN Medical College, Jodhpur, India
1975-1976
Rotating Internship
Hotel Dieu Hospital
Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada
1976-1977
Surgical Residency, PGY1
Department of Surgery
St. Vincent Medical Center
Staten Island, NY
1977-1979
Anesthesiology Residency
Department of Anesthsiology
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Weill-Cornell College of Medicine
New York, NY
1979-1980
Anesthesiology Fellowship
Department of Anesthesiology
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Weill-Cornell College of Medicine
New York, NY
Administrative and Clinical Appointments
2002-Present
Medical Director and Principal Physician
Institute for Pain and Palliative Care
New York, NY
2002-Present
Consultant, Pain Service
Department of Anesthesiology &
Critical Care Medicine
1997-2002
Chief, Pain Service
1998-2002
Attending Anesthesiologist
1984-2002
1995-1998
Director, Pain Management Fellowship
Memorial Hospital
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist
1984-1997
Director, Anesthesia Pain Management Group
1990-1995
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist
1980-1990
Clinical Assistant Attending
2002-2004
Founding Chairman
Department of Pain and Palliative Care
Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack, NJ
1996-2002
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist
1986-1996
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist
Department of Anesthesiology
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
New York, NY
Research and Academic Appointments
2004-Present
Vice President, Medical Affairs
Palion Investments
New York, NY
1998-2002
Clinical Member
1995-1998
Associate Clinical Member
Sloan-Kettering Institute
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY
1990-1995
Assistant Clinical Member
1984-1990
Clinical Assistant
1995-2002
Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology
1985-1995
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
1984-1985
Assistant Professor Clinical Anesthesiology
1980-1994
Instructor, Anesthesiology
Department of Anesthesiology
Weill-Cornell College of Medicine
New York, NY
Scientific and Medical Society Membership
American Society of Anesthesiologists
International Anesthesia Research Society
American Society of Regional Anesthesia
International and American Society for the Study of Pain
Cornell University Medical Society Alumni Association
Board Membership
2005-Present
1993-Present
1995-Present
RAJMAII (Vice President)
International Human Benefits Services (Chairman)
BestDoctors
American Pain Society
Eastern Pain Society
American Medical Association
New York State Society of Anesthesiologists
1993-2005
World Foundation for Pain Relief and Research
(Chairman)
Invited Examiner/Reviewer
World Institute of Pain (Examiner)
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management
The Clinical Journal of Pain
Editorial Board, Pain Digest
Assistant Editor, Sphere
Major Honors & Awards
1993-Present
1997-Present
1996
1982
1980
Best Doctors in America, Castle Connoly
Best Doctors in New York, NY Magazine
Distinguished Alumni Award - Received from the Governor of Rajasthan, India at the Golden
Jubilee Celebration of S.M.S. Medical College.
Best Exhibit for Clinical Application "Anesthesia for the Application of Intra-tracheal and
Intra-Bronchial Radiation Therapy"
The American College of Surgeon's Clinical Congress "For the Use of Transcutaneous Nerve
Stimulation for Post-Operative Pain"
Invited Lectures (143)
11/1985
The Role of Epidural Local Anesthetics and Clinical
Indicator for Neurolytic Blocks in the Management of
Cancer Pain.
Rockefeller University
New York
2/1986
Management of Cancer Pain
2nd Biennial Meeting of the Indian Society
of Oncology
2/1986
Recent Advances in the Management of Cancer Pain
International Workshop on Study of Pain at
Gujrat Cancer and Research Institute,
Ahmedabad, India
Role of Neurolytic Block in Cancer Pain
Management
2/1986
Role of Neurolytic Block in Cancer Pain
Management
Second Biennial Meeting of Indian Society
of Oncology at Tata Memorial Cancer
Center, Bombay, India
8/1986
Role of Cryoanalgesia in Management of Chronic
Pain Problems
3rd Annual Seminar in Medicine Albert
Einstein College of Medicine
Role of Nerve Blocks in Management of Intractable
Pain in Cancer Patients
12/1987
Use of Radiographic Procedures in Anesthetic
Procedures
Cancer Pain Management for the
Anesthesiologist - Post Graduate Course.
New York
5/1988
Cancer Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, New YorkPresbyterian Hospital
3/1989
Is Cryoanalgesia Safe for Cancer Pain?
Nassau County Medical Center, Long
Island, New York
11/1989
Role of Neurolytic Block in Cancer Pain
New York University, New York, NY
Management
1/1990
New Advances in the Management of Peripheral Pain
Department of Anesthesiology, New YorkPresbyterian Hospital
3/1990
Role of Neural Blockade in Cancer Pain Management
International Pain Conference, Satellite
Meeting, Bombay, India, March 1990.
3/1990
Radiologic Management in Upper Abdominal
Malignancy Pain
Nayar Medical College, Bombay, India,
March 1990.
3/1990
Efficacy of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Jodhpur Medical College, Jodhpur, India
3/1990
Update in Pain Management
Ahmedabad Cancer Institute, Ahmedabad,
India
6/1990
Newer Modes of Acute and Chronic Pain
Management
Saratoga Springs, NY
10/1990
Recent Advances in Cancer Pain Management
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Great
Neck, NY
11/1990
Cancer Pain Management
Mexican Pain Society, Acapulco, Mexico
Role of Neural Blockade in Cancer Pain Management
12/1990
Cancer Pain and the Anesthesiologist
New York State Society of
Anesthesiologists, General Assembly, New
York, NY
3/1991
Neurolytic Blocks in Neurological Pain Syndrome
Second Symposium on Stereotactic
Treatment of Brain Tumor, Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York,
NY
3/1991
Clinical and Research Issues In Cancer Pain
Management
Neuro-oncology IV:Recent Developments
in the Management of Neuro-oncology
illness, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer
Center, New York, NY
6/1991
Role of Neural Blockade in Acute and Chronic Pain
Management
Montefiore Medical Center, New York, NY
6/1991
Medico-Legal Consideration in Neural Blockade
Saratoga Springs, New York
10/1991
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Pain Management
American Society of Anesthesiologists, San
Francisco, CA
12/1991
Role of Neurolytic Techniques in Cancer Pain
Management
Current Concepts in Cancer and Acute Pain
Management, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center New York, NY
2/1992
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
University of Maryland Medical Center,
MD
3/1992
Current Strategies in Cancer Pain Management
Huron Hospital, Cleveland, OH
Recent Developments in the Management of Reflex
Sympathetic Dystrophy
4/1992
Current Anesthetic Techniques in Pain Management,
Why Do We Care?
New York, NY
4/1992
Current Management of Abdominal Pain
International Pain Symp, Atlanta, GA
5/1992
Pain Management in the Elderly
Rehabilitation Medicine Service, SUNY
Downstate, Brooklyn, NY
7/1992
Cancer Pain Management
Societad Mexicana De Anesthesiologica,
Mexico
Anesthetic Consideration of the Cancer Patient with
Chemotherapy
9/1992
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Pain Management
American Society of Indian
Anesthesiologists, Atlantic City, NJ
9/1992
Advances in Pain Management - Spinal Analgesia
Continuing Education Center, Warrendale,
PA
9/1992
Role of Neurolytic Procedures for Cancer Pain
Management
Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt
University School of Medicine, Nashville,
TN
Management of Perineal and Pelvic Pain Syndromes
9/1992
New Concepts in Oncological Pain Management
Downstate Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY
10/1992
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
American Society of Anesthesiologists,
New Orleans, LA
11/1992
Role of Epidural and Intrathecal Neurolysis in Cancer
Pain Management
New York Medical College, Valhalla, New
York
12/1992
Current Strategies of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer
Pain Management
Second Annual Current Concepts in Cancer
and Acute Pain Management, Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York,
NY
1/1993
Current Concepts of Oncological Pain Management
Department of Oncology, Long IslandJewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park,
NY
1/1993
Recent Advances in Pain Management and the Role
of Anesthetic Techniques
Department of Anesthesiology, Holy Name
Hospital, Teaneck, NJ
4/1993
Role of Anesthetic Techniques in Cancer Pain
Management
Department of Anesthesiology, Des Moines
Medical Center, Des Moines, IA
4/1993
Management of Pain
Department of Anesthesiology, Montefiore
Medical Center, Bronx, NY
4/1993
Recent Concepts of Neurolytic Blockade in the
Management of Pain
Department of Anesthesiology, Beth Israel
Medical Center, New York, NY
5/1993
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Tumor Board, Brookhaven Memorial
Hospital, Patchogue, NY
5/1993
The Anesthesiologists Role in Pain Management
NJ Medical School, Newark, NJ
5/1993
Current Trends in Cancer Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, Christ
Hospital, Jersey City, NJ
5/1993
Current Trends in Cancer Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology,
Deaconesses Hospital, St. Louis, MO
6/1993
The Role of Anesthetic Techniques
Department of Anesthesiology, Brookdale
Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
6/1993
Role of Neural Blockade in the Management of AIDS
Patients
International AIDS Conference, Berlin,
Germany
6/1993
Current Concepts in Acute Pain Management
Department of Surgery, Memorial SloanKettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
9/1993
Role of Neural Blockade Techniques in Pain
Management
Department of Anesthesiology, Coney
Island Hospital, Coney Island, NY
9/1993
Current Concepts in Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, Englewood
Hospital, Englewood, NJ
9/1993
Anesthetic Nerve Block for Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, New York
Downtown Hospital, New York
9/1993
Recent Advances in Cancer Pain Management
Department of Medicine, Hackensack
Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
11/1993
Current Trends in Acute Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, MD
Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
11/1993
Recent Concepts in the Management of Upper
Abdominal Pain
Department of Neuro-oncology, MD
Anderson Cancer Center , Houston, TX
11/1993
Epidural Analgesia: Applied Anatomy and
Pharmacology
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical
Care Medicine, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center, New York, NY
12/1993
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in the Management of
Cancer Pain
Third Annual Current Concepts in Acute,
Chronic, and Cancer Pain Management,
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
NY
12/1993
Cancer Pain and the Anesthesiologist
Post Graduate Assembly, New York State
Society of Anesthesiologists, New York,
NY
2/1994
Management of Acute Pain
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
Grand Rounds, Dept. of Anesthesiology
University of Texas Health Science Center,
Galveston, TX
2/1994
The Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Grand Rounds, Nassau County Medical
Center, East Meadow, NY
4/1994
Role of Celiac Plexus Blockade in Pain Management
Annual Meeting of the American Society of
Regional Anesthesia, Chicago, IL
Role of Neurolysis in Pain Management
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
4/1993
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
World Society of Pain Clinicians, Atlanta,
GA
Role of Celiac Plexus Blockade in Pain Management
Role of Hypogastric Blockade in Pain Management
4/1994
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Medical Grand Rounds, St. Vincent's
Medical Center, New York, NY
4/1994
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Medical Grand Rounds, Downstate Medical
Center, Brooklyn, NY
6/1994
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Medical Grand Rounds, St. Barnabas
Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
6/1994
Pain Management - Year 2000
West Virginia Medical Society, WV
6/1994
Role of Pharmacotherapy in Cancer Pain
Management
Cancer Symposium, West Moreland
Hospital, University of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA
6/1994
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
A Nurse Preceptorship Program, Long
Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
8/1994
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI
9/1994
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Anesthesiology, Hackensack
Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ,
September 1994.
9/1994
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
American Cancer Society and Catholic
Medical Center, Douglaston Manor,
Douglaston, NY, September 1994.
10/1994
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
North Carolina Anesthesiology Annual
Meeting, Hilton Head Hilton, Hilton Head,
SC
10/1994
Pain Management Case Presentations
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Annual Meeting, Mascone Center, San
Francisco, CA
10/1994
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
Roswell Park Cancer Hospital, Buffalo, NY
11/1994
Current Concepts in the Management of Pain in
AIDS Patients
St. Vincent's Medical Center, New York,
NY
11/1994
Current Concepts in the Management of Pain in
AIDS Patients
Kohler Memorial Hospital, Roosevelt
Island, New York, NY
11/1994
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Department of Medicine, Grand Rounds,
Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
11/1994
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
A Nurse Preceptorship Program, John Peel
Room, Westbury, Long Island, NY
12/1994
Controversies in Pain Management
Post Graduate Assembly, New York State
Society of Anesthesiologists, New York,
NY, December 1994.
2/1995
Is Radiological Support Necessary for Neural
Blockade
New York University Hospital, New York,
NY
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
2/1995
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY
3/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
A Nurse Preceptorship Program, Mayflower
Hotel, New York, NY
2/1995
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
St. Lukes Hospital, New York, NY
3/1995
Role of Celiac Plexus Blockade in Pain Management
American Society of Regional Anesthesia,
Orlando, FL
6/1995
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain
Management
Harlem Hospital, Harlem, New York, NY
6/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Nurse Preceptorship Program, Russo’s on
the Bay, Howard Beach, New York, NY
6/1995
Pain Management in the HIV and Cancer Patient:
Theory & Practice
Department of Neurology, Boston
University Medical Center, Boston, MA
9/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Oncology, St. Luke’sRoosevelt Hospital Center, New York, NY
10/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Oncology, St. Barnabas
Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
10/1995
Current Concepts in Chronic Pain Management
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA
11/1995
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in the Management of
Cancer Pain
American Pain Society Annual Meeting,
Los Angeles, CA
11/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Anesthesiology, Westchester
County Medical Center-New York Medical
College, Valhalla, NY
11/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Medicine, Medical Center of
Delaware, Newark, DE
12/1995
Role of Neurolytic Procedures in the Management of
Cancer Pain
Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic, and
Cancer Pain Management, The World
Foundation for Pain Relief and Research,
Inc., New York, NY
12/1995
Pain Management in the Future
Post Graduate Assembly, NY State Soc. of
Anesthesiologists, New York, NY
12/1995
Current Concepts in Chronic Pain Management
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
International Symposium on Pain,
Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine,
Bombay, India
12/1995
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Annual Meeting of SD Hospital and
Medical Center, Jaipur, India
2/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the 90's
Department of Oncology, Lenox Hill
Hospital, New York, NY
3/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Department of Geriatric Medicine and
Palliative Care, Mt. Sinai, New York, NY
3/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston,
MA
3/1996
Current Concepts in Chronic Pain Management
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston,
MA
4/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the Millennium.
Department of Anesthesiology. Columbia
Presbyterian Medical Center, New York,
NY.
5/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, University
of Chicago, Chicago, IL
5/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the Millennium
Department of Oncology, Loyola
University, Chicago, IL
5/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the Millennium
Department of Medicine, Pocono General
Hospital, Strousberg, PA
6/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the Millennium
Department of Medicine, Englewood
Hospital, Englewood, NJ
9/1996
Cancer Pain Management in the Millennium
Department of Medicine, Toledo General
Hospital, Toledo, OH
9/1996
Cancer Pain Management
Department of Oncology, George
Washington University, Washington, DC
10/1996
Cancer Pain Management
7th International Symposium: The Pain
Clinic, World Society of Pain Clinicians,
Istanbul, Turkey
10/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management.
1st Budapest Interventional Pain Workshop
on Pain Procedures for Chronic Pain,
Budapest, Hungary
11/1996
Cancer Pain Management
Department of Medicine, St. Lukes
Hospital, New York, NY
11/1996
Cancer Pain Management
Department of Medicine, Roosevelt
Hospital, New York, NY
11/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
15th Annual American Pain Society
Meeting, Washington, DC
11/1996
Role of Neural Blockade in Pain Management
The Patient with Cancer Pain
21st Caribbean Symposium in
Anesthesiology and Related Fields, San
Juan, PR
12/1996
Pain Management & Reimbursement Issues
Cancer Pain Management
NYSSA: Post Graduate Assembly, New
York, NY
12/1996
Recent Advances in Neural Blockade for the
Management of Cancer Pain
Neuro-Oncology VI: Recent Advances in
Diagnosis and Treatment, New York, NY
11/1999
Office Management of Non-Malignant Chronic Pain
Robinson Mem. Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
11/1999
Office Management of Non-Malignant Chronic Pain
Jameson Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
1/2003
Cancer Pain Management
Neuropathic Pain
University of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey, Newark, NJ
5/2003
Current Concept in Treatment of Non-Malignant Pain
Hackensack University Medical Center,
Hackensack, NJ
9/2003
Pathophysiology of Chronic Pain
East Orange Veterans Hospital, East
Orange, NJ
6/2003
Cancer Pain Management
New York Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn,
NY
10/2003
Current Concepts in Cancer Pain Management
Hackensack University Medical Center,
Hackensack, NJ
11/2003
Cancer Pain Management
Bayonne Medical Center, Bayonne, NJ
3/2004
Adult Pain Management
Nursing Education, Hackensack University
Medical Center,
Hackensack, NJ
4/2004
Cancer Pain Management
Department of Anesthesiology, New York
University, NY
3/2006
Chronic Pain Pharmacotherapies
First Albany Capital, Harvard Club, New
York, NY
6/2006
Neurolysis in Pain Management
Department of Pain and Palliative Care,
Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY
Course Leadership
12/1989
12/1991
12/1993
12/1995
12/1997
12/1999
Course Director, Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic,
and Cancer Pain Management, New York: 3-day
comprehensive course and symposium designed to
review recent advances in acute, chronic, and cancer
pain management. 1500+ attendees over 6 years
.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
New York, NY (1989-1993)
World Foundation for Pain Relief and
Research, New York, NY (1995-1999)
Original Articles
1.
Jain S. Role of nerve blocks. Neuro Oncology 1981;111.
2.
Rooney SM, Jain S, Goldiner PL. Effect of transcutaneous nerve stimulation on postoperative pain following
thoracotomy. Anesth Analg 1983;62:1010-2.
3.
Jain S, Rooney SM, Goldiner PL. Management of pain in the female cancer patient. The Female Patient
1983;8(12):17-18.
4.
Rooney SM, Goldiner PL, Bains MJ, Hilaris B, Jain S. Anesthesia for the application of endotracheal radiation
therapy. J Thor & Cardiovasc Surg 1984;5:693-697.
5.
Jain S, Rooney SM, Goldiner PL. A better method of doing celiac plexus block to relieve the pain of
pancreatic cancer. Primary Care and Cancer 1985;5(6):1-10.
6.
Nori D, Hilaris B, Chadha M, Bains M, Jain S, Hoffan S, Anderson L. Clinical applications of a remote
afterloader. Endocurie Therapy 1985;I:193-200.
7.
Rooney SM, Jain S, Goldiner PL, Martini N, McCormack P, Bains MJ. A comparison of pulmonary function
tests for post-thoracotomy pain using cryoanalgesia and transcutaneous nerve stimulation. Ann Thorac Surg
1986;41:204-207.
8.
Patt R, Jain S. Recent advances in the management of oncologic pain. Curr Probl in Ca 1989;13:133-196.
9.
Patt R, Jain S. Management of patient with osteoradionecrosis of the mandible with nerve blocks. J Clin Pain
Management 1990;5:1.
10.
Patt R, Jain S. Epidural sufentanil for cancer pain. Am J Nurs 1990;90(5):122.
11.
Jain S. Evaluation and assessment of cancer pain. Rev Cancer 1991;5(6):248-255.
12.
Jain S. Neural blockade. PAACNOTES 1993:243-248; June.
13.
Wallner KE, Chiu SJ, Smith H, Jain S, Minsky B, Fuks Z: An improved method for CT planned transperineal
iodine 125 prostate implant. J of Urology 1991;146:90-95.
14.
Cohen S, Alagesan R, Alagesan R, Jain S: Acute and chronic
1994;8(3):489-517.
15.
Patt R, Jain S, Ketchedjian A, Romero R: The outcomes movement and neurolytic blockade for cancer pain
management. Pain Digest 1995;5:268-277.
16.
Jain S, Ketchedjian A: Anterior approach to the celiac plexus block. Pain Digest 1995;5:264-267.
17.
Jain S: Cancer Pain Management. Pain Digest 1995;5:235-236.
posttraumatic pain. Problems in Anesth
18.
Jain S: Current Concepts in Chronic Pain Management. ASA Refresher Course 1995;272;1-7.
19.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Pasternak G: Modulation of opioid analgesia by agmatine.
Pharmacology 1996;296:17-22.
20.
Chen E, Kolesnikov Y, Jain S: Treatment of phantom limb pain in the early postoperative period with
ketamine. Analgesia 1996;2:125-128.
21.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Peripheral morphine analgesia synergy with central sites and a
target of morphine tolerance. J PET 1996;279:502-506.
22.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Peripheral K 1 analgesia in mice.
Pharmacology 1996;310:141-143.
23.
Datta S, Jain S: Ethical dilemmas in cancer pain management. Pain Digest 1996;6:166-170.
24.
Cherny N, Arbit E, Jain S: Invasive Techniques in the Management of Cancer Pain in Hematology. Oncology
Clinics of North America 1996;10(1):121-137.
25.
Datta S, Tundis D, Jain S: Unexpected Respiratory Depression. Pain Digest 1997;7:16-20.
26.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Blockade of morphine induced myoclonic seizure in mice by
ketamine. Biochemistry Pharmacology and Behavior 1997;56(3):423-425.
27.
Kenol CE, Datta S, Holritz K, Racolin A, Jain S: Postoperative pain management in cancer patients on longterm methadone maintenance therapy: case presentation and review of literature. Pain Digest 1997;7:276-281.
28.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Functionally differentiating two nNAS isoform through
antisense mapping: evidence for opposing no actions on morphine analgesia and tolerance. Proceeding of
National Academy of Science of USA 1997;Vol 94:8220-8225.
29.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Lack of morphine and Enkephalin tolerance in SUE/129 mice:
evidence of a NMDA receptor defect. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutic 1998;284:455461.
30.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Topical morphine analgesia and tolerance.
Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutic 1999;290:247-252.
31.
Jain S: Pain, chronic: current concepts in management. Elsevier’s Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 1999; pp
1557-1561.
European Journal of
European Journal of
Journal of
Book Chapters
1.
Jain S: The Role of Epidural Local Anesthetics and Clinical Indication for Neurolytic Block. In: Foley KM,
ed. Management of Cancer Pain. November, 1985.
2.
Jain S: Drug Information for the Health Care Providers. USPDI, Vol I, Sixth Edition, 1986.
3.
Jain S: Advice for the Patient Drug Information in Lay Language. USPDI, Vol II, Sixth Edition, 1986.
4.
Jain S: Role of Celiac Plexus Block in Intractable Upper Abdominal Pain. In: Racz, G, ed. Techniques of
Neurolysis. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989:161-169.
5.
Patt R, Jain S: Recent Advances in the Management of Oncologic Pain. In: Stoelting BK, Barash PG,
Gallagher TJ, eds. Advances of Anesthesia, Vol VI. Chicago: Yearbook Medical Publishers, 1989:355-408.
6.
Jain S: The Role of Nerve Blocks in the Management of Pain. In: Warfield C, ed. Principles and Practice of
Pain Management. Boston: McGraw Hill Publishers, 1993:379-400.
7.
Jain S: Therapeutic Decision Making for Invasive Procedures. In: Patt R, ed. Cancer Pain. Philadelphia: JB
Lippincott Company, 1993:275-283.
8.
Jain S: The Complications of Invasive Procedures. In: Patt R, ed. Cancer Pain. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott
Company, 1993:443-460.
9.
Jain S: The Role of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain. In: Parris W, ed. Cancer Pain Management:
Principle and Practice. Boston: Butterworth & Heinemann, 1996:231-243.
10.
Jain S, Gupta R: Neurolytic Agents in Clinical Practice.
Management. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1996:167-171.
11.
Jain S: Current Strategies of Neurolytic Procedures in Cancer Pain Management. In: Lefkowitz M, Lebovits
A, eds. A Practical Approach to Pain Management. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1996:102-111.
12.
Jain S, Tzou N: Anesthetic Consideration for Leukemia . In: Roizen M, Fleisher L, eds. Essence of Anesthesia
Practice. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1997:202.
13.
Datta S, Jain S. Pain Management. In: Kaplan JA, Wilson RS (eds). Seminars in Cardiothoracic and Vascular
Anesthesia. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 1997;Vol 1, No.3:264.
14.
Jain S, Datta S. Postoperative Pain Management In: Faber LP, Wilson RS (eds). Chest Surgery Clinics of
North America. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company 1997;Vol 7, No. 4:773-799.
15.
Nestampower M, Datta S, Jain S: Cancer Pain. In: Yao FS, Artusio J, (eds). Anesthesiology;
Problem oriented patient management, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Company
1998;556-570.
16.
Jain S, Datta S, Tundis D: Management of Chronic Postthoracotomy Pain. In: Lake CL, Goldiner PL (eds).
Seminars in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company 1999; Vol 3, No.
3:191-203.
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Interventional Pain
Abstracts
1.
Goldiner PL, Jain S, Rooney SM. The efficacy of transcutaneous nerve stimulation in the treatment of
post-operative pain. Anesth Analg 1980;59:541-542.
2.
Jain S, Rooney SM, Goldiner PL. New methods in the treatment of cancer pain. The Southern
Anesthesiologists, March 31 - April 2, 1982, Hilton Head, South Carolina.
3.
Goldiner PL, Jain S, Rooney SM: A comparative study of the efficacy of cryogenics and transcutaneous nerve
stimulation in the control of post-operative pain. Anesthesiology 1982;57(3):A204.
4.
Goldiner PL, Jain S, Rooney SM. A comparative study of the efficacy of cryogenics and transcutaneous nerve
stimulation in the control of post-operative pain. Anesthesiology 1982;57:A 204.
5.
Goldiner PL, Rooney SM, Howland WS, Jain S. Influence of pre-existing pulmonary disease on adequacy of
high frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) during intrathoracic surgery. The 4th World Congresson Intensive and
Critical Care Medicine, 1985 June 23-28, Jerusalem, Israel.
6.
Jain S, Thomas J, Bedford R. Efficacy of epidural neurolysis therapy for intractable cancer pain. 41st
Postgraduate Assembly, New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, 1987 December 12-16.
7.
Jain S, Foley K, Thomas J, Rooney E.
Society
of
Factors influencing efficacy of epidural neurolysis for pain t
herapy. J of IASP 1987; 4:S134.
8.
Jain S, Thomas J, Bedford R. Factors influencing efficacy of epidural neurolysis therapy for intractable
cancer. Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Anesthesiologists 1988: A0730.
9.
Jain S, London R, Thomas J, Bedford R. Unilateral puncture vs. double needle technique for celiac plexus
block for cancer related upper abdominal pain. 9th World Congress of Anesthesiologists 1988: A0690.
10.
Jain S, Hirsh R, Shah N, Bedford R.
ethanol. Anesth Analg 1989;68:S135.
11.
Jain S, Hirsh R, Shah N, Bedford R. Management of reflex sympathetic dystrophy pain: paravertebral lumbar
sympathetic block versus continuous epidural block. Anesth Analg 1989;68:S136.
12.
Jain S, Shah N, Rubin L, Kestenbaum A, Hirsh R, Bedford R. Efficacy of celiac plexus block (CPB) for upper
abdominal pain due to malignancy. ASCO Proceedings 1989;8:1267.
13.
Jain S, Kestenbaum A, Khan Y, Shah N. Does epidural morphine predispose to herpes simplex in cancer
patients? A comparison with epidural lidocaine. Anesth Analg 1990;70:S174.
14.
Jain S, Kestenbaum A, Shah N, Khan Y. Hypogastric plexus block: a new technique for treatment of perineal
pain. Anesth Analg 1990;70:S175.
15.
Jain S, Kestenbaum A, Shah N, Khan Y, Rubin L. Is celiac plexus block Indicated for all upper abdominal
cancer pain? Pain 1990; 4:S91.
16.
Shah N, Jain S, Kestenbaum A, Khan Y. Ethanol or phenol for peripheral neurolysis? Does it make a
difference? Pain 1990; 5:S92.
17.
Khan Y, Jain S, Kestenbaum A, Shah N. Hypogastric plexus block: a new technique for treatment of perineal
pain. Pain 1990; 5:S41.
18.
Jain S, Shah N, Bedford R.
1990;73:A794.
19.
Jain S, Shah N, Bedford R. Where epidural catheters go? Anesthesiology 1990;73: A 842.
20.
Jain S, Shah N, Bedford R. Needle position for paravertebral and sympathetic block; Is radiological
confirmation needed? Anesth Analg 1991;72:S125.
21.
Jain S, Alagesan R, Harris A, Chiang J.
tomography. Anesthesiology 1991;75:A748.
22.
Jain S, Chiang J, Vanderslice T. Is a diagnostic block necessary prior to neurolytic celiac plexus block?
Anesthesiology 1991;75(3A): A749.
23.
Jain S, Peyser S, Reinsel R. Adequacy of pain management training:
Anesthesiologists. Pain ISP 1993;93-94.
preliminary Survey Results of
24.
Peyser S, Reinsel R, Jain S.
Pain ISP 1993;173.
a survey of anesthesiologists.
25.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S and Pasternak G. Modulation of morphine analgesia by agmatine, an imidazoline
receptor ligand. 1st European Pain Congress, 1995, Verona, Italy.
26.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Pasternak G. Modulation of morphine analgesia agamentin. I.N.R.C., 1995, St.
Andrew, England.
Blood ethanol levels following celiac plexus block with 50%
Fluoroscopy or CT scan for celiac plexus block.
Anesthesiology
Selective neurolysis of cranial nerve using computerized
Treatment choices for pain syndromes:
27.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Wilson R, Pasternak G: Blockade of morphine induced myoclonic seizures in
mice by ketamine. Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic and Cancer Pain Management, 1995, New
York, New York.
28.
Racolin AA, Datta S, Jain S: Epidural analgesia in cancer patients: cost and consequence. 8th World Congress
on Pain, 1996, Vancouver, Canada.
29.
Kolesnikov Y, Jain S, Pasternak G: The role of peripheral opioid receptors in systemic opioid tolerance. 8th
World Congress on Pain, 1996, Vancouver, Canada.
30.
Donatello SJ, Holritz KE, Romero RM, Jain S: Analgesic and side effect profiles of three opioids used
in
thoracic epidural catheter infusion for postoperative pain control. 8th World Congress on Pain, 1996,
Vancouver, Canada.
31.
Romero RM, Holritz KE, Donatello SJ, Jain S: Complications necessitating early discontinuation of
temporary epidural catheters for postoperative analgesia. 8th World Congress on Pain, 1996, Vancouver,
Canada.
32.
Jain S, Datta S, Kolesnikov Y, Tzou N, Chen E: Culture of epidural fluid is beneficial in diagnostic
infection of temporary epidural catheter. 8th World Congress on Pain, 1996, Vancouver, Canada.
33.
Chen E, Kolesnikov Y, Jain S. The use of ketamine in the treatment postoperative phantom pain. Analgesia
1996;2:125-128.
34.
Racolin AA, Datta S, Jain S. Epidural analgesia in cancer patients: cost and consequence. Presented at the 8th
World Congress on Pain, Vancouver, BC, Canada. August 1996.
35.
Datta S, Holritz K, Kenol CE, Jain S: Post operative pain management in cancer in patients on long-term
methadone maintenance. Pain Management and Chemical Dependency, New York, New York, November
1996.
36.
Khan A, Gaudio J, Datta S, Jain S, Racolin A, Holritz K: Homologous blood patch for post dural puncture
headache in a cancer patient. Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic and Cancer Pain Management ’97, The
World Foundation for Pain Relief and Research Inc. New York, NY, December 1997.
37.
Wang D, Park J, Datta S, Jain S, Holritz K, Racolin A: Methadone - its use in opioid tolerance/intractable pain.
Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic and Cancer Pain Management ’97, The World Foundation for Pain Relief
and Research Inc. New York, NY, December 1997.
38.
Tran M, Javed M, Tundis D, Datta S, Jain S: Intrathecal clonidine as an adjunct to opioids for chronic
refractory neuropathic pain. Current Concepts in Acute, Chronic and Cancer Pain Management ’97, The
World Foundation for Pain Relief and Research Inc. New York, NY, December 1997.
39.
Datta S, Tundis D, Jain S: Long-term intrathecal administration of clonidine in combination with opioids
safe and effective. 9th World Congress of Pain. Vienna, Austria. August, 1999.
40.
Tundis D, Datta S, Jain S, Racolin A, Holritz K: The occurrence of complications in cancer patients
with implanted epidural catheters. 9th World Congress of Pain. Vienna, Austria. August, 1999.
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