uncontrolled pain

uncontrolled pain

Neurology Pain that doesn't respond to medications at doses that usually provide appropriate analgesia
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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.
Our intention is to commence our clinical path in cancer since more than 80% of cancer patients experience uncontrolled pain during their disease and 20% of these patients remain unresponsive or intolerant to mainstay, opioid therapyi.
I participated on behalf of the College in a Delphi Panel looking at Uncontrolled Pain as a source of harm.
24) While these behaviors are interpreted as "drug-seeking" addictive behavior, they can be the result of chronic uncontrolled pain due to inadequate pain management.
This schedule is usually sufficient for patients at moderate to high risk of uncontrolled pain, who can then manage their discomfort with either drug the next day, he said.
Uncontrolled pain was defined as reported pain above 40 mm and, therefore, pain was considered to be controlled when the values were less than or equal to 39 mm.
2) Outpatient therapy is indicated for patients with ureteric colic secondary to stones [less than or equal to]10 mm who do not have uncontrolled pain, impaired kidney function, or severe infection.
Uncontrolled pain has a myriad of negative health consequences that affect quality of life, ranging from anxiety to depression and chronic stress to suicide (Bernhofer, 2012).
Uncontrolled pain will make the patient condition worse and it becomes difficult for the patient to come to normal functions.
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.