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Comfort

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  • 1.  4 people/room Privacy curtain Bed correct hgt and size Clean, comfortable mattress Proper linens Clean, neat room Odor free Temp- 71-81 degrees Acceptable noise Adequate ventilation Adequate lighting
  • 2.  What is it?
  • 3.  Physical or emotional pain? Age Illness Activity Temperature Ventilation Noise Odors Lighting
  • 4.  Acute-sudden Chronic->6months Radiating-@site of damage &nearby areas Phantom-no body part there, nerve endings
  • 5.  Past experience  Value of pain Anxiety  Support of others Rest/sleep-worse  Culture when tired  Age Attention-more you think about worse is Personal/family duties
  • 6. Find out? where is it? when did it start? what made it start? how long pain lasted? intensity- rate 1-10 precipitating factors-what were you doing ? Vital signs-increase P, R. BP Pg. 483 box 27-1
  • 7.  Distraction Relaxation Guided imagery Medications-safety issues
  • 8.  Quality Illness Nutrition Exercise Environment Drugs/substances Lifestyle change emotional
  • 9.  Insomnia Sleep Deprivation Sleep walking
  • 10.  Takes longer to go to sleep Have irregular sleep patterns Difficulties when sleep deprived Naps
  • 11.  Physical needs- thirst, hunger, bathroom and pain relief Comfort- position, wrinkle free linens, back rub Environment-adequate temperature, ventilation, noise and lighting

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