uncontrolled pain

uncontrolled pain

Neurology Pain that doesn't respond to medications at doses that usually provide appropriate analgesia
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Lagisetty said patients could be left with uncontrolled pain, and may have withdrawal symptoms.
Dogs who do not receive any form of cancer-specific treatment are usually euthanized within one to two months of diagnosis due to uncontrolled pain.
"Eventually we discovered that the woman had arthritis and it was uncontrolled pain that was making her so upset.
The FDA has recently received reports that patients physically dependent on opioid pain medicines who are taken off their medication too quickly have experienced serious adverse events, such as withdrawal symptoms, uncontrolled pain, and suicide.
But in some situations like severe and uncontrolled pain, foot or toes numbness or loss of feeling, unable to step, swelling lead to ankle deformity.
Pain complaints of patients should be relieved as soon as possible.3 However, sometimes patients complain about uncontrolled pain may be due to insufficient analgesia provided by the doctor or negligence of the staff.4,5
The high percentage of patients with uncontrolled pain is evidenced when analyzing the postoperative analgesia used.
Outpatient TKA opponents built their case mainly around patient safety, claiming non-hospital settings potentially could result in more emergency room visits for uncontrolled pain, blood clots, or other complications.
The most important indication for surgical intervention is uncontrolled pain originating from the pancreas.
No patients were excluded from study because of undesired surgical complication or signs of local anesthetic toxicity such as brady-cardia or hypotension or due to uncontrolled pain.
Dr Ramji Swaminathan, specialist anaesthesia, heading the pain clinic at New Medial Centre, said: "Discussing pain, the most debilitating one is that suffered by a cancer patient; and conventionally, uncontrolled pain has been treated by injections of phenol to the nerves or nerve plexuses (network of nerves) that supplies blood to the affected area (also called chemical neurolysis).
(5) Uncontrolled pain can lead to catastrophic consequences on physical, mental, social, and financial levels.