uncontrolled pain

uncontrolled pain

Neurology Pain that doesn't respond to medications at doses that usually provide appropriate analgesia
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The study found that due to improvements in the process before, during and after surgery, patients can actually be discharged sooner and without uncontrolled pain or nausea.
I believe intrathecal drug delivery offers patients suffering from uncontrolled pain or side effects associated with oral pain relievers an important alternative.
The first report of GPN treated with radiosurgery was by Stieber et al for a patient with uncontrolled pain despite maximal medical management (17).
2) Uncontrolled pain can lead to further complications for patients and may delay recovery.
6 (ANI): New research released by Breast Cancer Care and the University of Southampton reveals that more than a third (34 per cent) of women with secondary breast cancer are unnecessarily living with uncontrolled pain.
Uncontrolled pain is also a huge relapse trigger for any addict, and ethically, these people also deserve relief Pain control becomes a delicate process, and the patient, provider and recovery support network all need to be intimately involved.
Then I'll flag for uncontrolled pain, and I know the facility's had problems with that quality measure.
PATIENT: A 55-year-old man with an extensive bum suffered from significant respiratory depression from a low dosage of opioid during wound care and also experienced uncontrolled pain.
They may also rely on validated questionnaires or interview instruments to recognize uncontrolled pain, and have recently begun using clinician-patient agreements defining the expectations and responsibilities of patients receiving addictive substances.
Failure to identify uncontrolled pain as a problem.
Nor is the recommended 50% increase in morphine dose for uncontrolled pain instituted.