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Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7
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Ns1211 2009 Week 4 Part 7

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    • 1. Today’s Lecture  Vital Signs Overview/Context  Temperature  Pulse  Blood Pressure  Respiratory Rate  Oxygen Saturation  Pain  Assignment
    • 2. Pain
      • Subjective Experience
      • ↑ P ↑ R ↑ BP
      • Moaning/Groaning
      • Restless
      • Very Still
      • Pain Scales ≠ Objective Measurement
    • 3. Pain Process Tollefson 2007 pp148-151
    • 4. Numerical Pain Scale
      • “ If 0 out of 10 is completely pain free,
      • and 10 out of 10 is the worst pain you can imagine,
      • what score would you give your pain now?”
    • 5. Pain Characteristics
      • Site
      • Onset
      • Duration
      • Quality
      • (eg: burning, crushing, stinging, throbbing)
    • 6. Faces Pain Scale
              • The Faces Pain Scale – Revised (Hicks, von Baeyer, Spafford, van Korlaar, Goodenough: Pain (2001); 93(2): 173-83. Used with permission from IASP®. See www.painsourcebook.ca for instructions on use of the scale) as cited in Crisp & Taylor 2009: Figure 42-8
    • 7. Faces Pain Scale From Wong, D.L., Hockenberry-Eaton, M., Wilson, D., Winkelstein, M.L., Ahmann, E., DiVito-Thomas, P.A. (1999) Whaley and Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children, ed. 6, St. Louis, 1999, p. 2040. Copyrighted by Mosby, Inc Accessed via www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/youngpeople/page7
    • 8. Today’s Lecture  Vital Signs Overview/Context  Temperature  Pulse  Blood Pressure  Respiratory Rate  Oxygen Saturation  Pain  Assignment

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