discomfort level

discomfort level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the severity of observed or reported mental or physical discomfort. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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The troubles faced by Padmavaat have affected all of us, and we must support a film as important as Padmaavat even if it means a discomfort level for our own professional interests.
That is, in the defusion conditions, the performance was not related to the discomfort level.
Duterte upped the discomfort level in the US-Asean meeting by showing pictures of a pit where thousands of Muslims massacred by US troops at the turn of the century were dumped.
All patients were instructed about how to assess the pain and discomfort level using visual analogue scale (VAS) before the procedure.
The area which was reported as having the highest discomfort level was the 'lower back' (5.
The study revealed that the forklift operators felt higher discomfort at lower back and at neck and the discomfort level increased with time of work and was highest at the end of the shift.
Topical anesthetic gel was applied on the undercut regions to reduce the discomfort level of the patient.
As the temperature goes up, so does my discomfort level.
The discomfort level for sound is around one hundred and twenty decibels, which can be experienced while riding on a snowmobile or in a tractor without a cab.
Weathermen say that the sudden discomfort level has more to do with the sudden change in weather, rather than any abnormal rise in temperature for this time of the year.
Supply air temperature adjustment strategy gives minimal energy savings and had the highest occupants' discomfort level.
The treatment takes around 30 minutes, we use a local anaesthetic cream and the discomfort level is minimal.