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Barriers to Pediatric Pain Management: A Brief Report of Results from a Multisite Study.

Pain management is essential for the care of hospitalized children. Although multiple barriers have been identified that interfere with nurses' ability to provide optimal pain management, it is not known how pervasive these barriers are across the United States.


Assessment and Management of Procedural Pain During the Entire Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Hospitalization.

Despite strong evidence that repeated pain exposure in neonates is associated with adverse outcomes, pain assessment and management continues to be less than optimal in most neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).

The Effect of Educational Strategies Targeted for Nurses on Pain Assessment and Management in Children: An Integrative Review.

Nurses play an important role in children's pain assessment and management because they spend the majority of the time with them and provide care on a 24-hour basis. However, research studies continue to report on nurses' inadequate assessment and management of children's pain, which may be partly attributed to their insufficient education in this area.


Knowledge and Attitudes about Pain Management among Canadian Nursing Students.

Poorly managed pain is a problem that affects individuals, entire health care systems, and societies worldwide. Nurses are involved in pain management, yet little is known about the knowledge and attitudes of nursing students.

Do pain management websites foster self-management support for people with persistent pain? A scoping review.

To evaluate if the contents of pain management websites include the current best practice self-management support strategies for people with persistent pain, are cultural tailored and to determine the website quality.

Understanding the Relationship Between Spiritual Well-Being and Depression in Chronic Pain Patients: The Mediating Role of Pain Catastrophizing.

It is well established that there is an association between chronic pain and depression.

Areas of Knowledge Deficit and Misconceptions Regarding Pain among Jordanian Nurses.

Nurses must be highly knowledgeable and skilled regarding pain and its management to ensure optimal pain relief. However, nurses worldwide were found to have knowledge deficits and poor attitudes toward pain. Thus identifying the major areas of knowledge deficit regarding pain and incorporating these areas in nursing undergraduate education and nursing continuing training could improve nurses' knowledge and attitude toward pain.

Pain Management in Nursing Home Residents: Findings from a Pilot Effectiveness-Implementation Study.

To evaluate the effectiveness and implementation of a multilevel pain management intervention in nursing homes (NHs) comprising a pain management guideline, care worker training, and pain champions.

Deconstructing Pain Disability through Concept Analysis.

Pain disability is a complex and challenging problem that impacts the daily lives of individuals living with persistent pain. Although this concept is measured throughout pain populations, conceptual clarity is needed to identify the defining characteristics and further understand what comprises this experience for clinical translation.

Pain Screening in the Older Adult With Delirium.

In patients with cognitive impairments who are unable to self-report pain, nurses must rely on behavioral observation tools to assess and manage pain. Although frequently employed in medical-surgical units, evidence supporting the psychometric efficacy of the Pain in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) for pain screening in older adults with delirium is lacking.

Perioperative Surgical Pain Management.

Acute dental pain continues to be under-managed, despite availability of several effective over-the-counter analgesics. This article discusses the mechanisms underlying the pain experience, the impact of post-operative pain and how to overcome barriers to optimal pain management. Prescribing using principles of multi-modal analgesia will be covered as well as discussion of associated side effects.

Does Hand Massage Have Sustained Effects on Pain Intensity and Pain-Related Interference in the Cardiac Surgery Critically Ill? A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Despite the promising short-term pain relief effect of massage, little is known regarding its sustained effects on pain intensity and pain-related interference with functioning.

The Complexities of Nurses' Pain Assessment in Hospitalized Preverbal Children.

Preverbal children are at increased risk for underassessment of pain. Pain is a social transaction involving the child in pain and the nurse assessor. However, our understanding of the nurse's part in this transaction is limited.

Common Causes of Pain in Systemic Sclerosis: Frequency, Severity, and Relationship to Disease Status, Depression, and Quality of Life.

In routine clinical practice, healthcare professionals draw little attention to pain in patients with systemic sclerosis (SSc). Pain has adverse effects on functional ability, social and emotional wellbeing.

Pilot Testing the Clinically Aligned Pain Assessment (CAPA) Measure.

Pain is one of the most common symptoms experienced by patients in acute care hospitals and acutely ill patients experience both acute and chronic pain. Unrelieved pain can have a profound negative impact on individuals' functional status, well-being, quality of life, and satisfaction with care. For providers, managing pain can be challenging. While the numeric rating scale is widely accepted and used, it measures only pain intensity. CAPA® pain assessment offers an alternative approach in which providers ...

Epidemiology of Chronic Pain in the Latium Region, Italy: A Cross-Sectional Study on the Clinical Characteristics of Patients Attending Pain Clinics.

In Italy, chronic pain affects more than a quarter of the population, whereas the average European prevalence is 21%. This high prevalence might be due to the high percentage of Italian people who do not receive treatment, even after the passing of law 38/2010 (the right to access pain management in Italy), which created a regional network for the diagnosis and treatment of noncancer chronic pain. Italian epidemiologic studies on chronic pain are scanty, and this observational, multicenter, cross-sectional ...

An Exploration of Pain Documentation for People Living with Dementia in Aged Care Services.

Pain in people with dementia is a common occurrence. Providing evidence-based pain management for people with dementia in residential aged care services is imperative to providing quality care. However, it remains unclear from current research how various aged care staff (Registered Nurses (RNs), Enrolled Nurses (ENs), Personal Care Assistants (PCAs)) engage at specific points of the pain management pathway. With structural changes to the residential aged care workforce over the past two decades, understand...

Expanding Role of NMDA Receptor Antagonists in the Management of Pain.

Pain management is complex regardless of whether the pain is acute or chronic in nature or non-cancer or cancer related. In addition, relatively few pain pharmacotherapy options with adequate efficacy and safety data currently exist. Consequently, interest in the role of NMDA receptor antagonists as a pharmacological pain management strategy has surfaced. This narrative review provides an overview of the NMDA receptor and elaborates on the pharmacotherapeutic profile and pain management literature findings ...

Therapeutic Ultrasound for Chronic Pain Management in Joints: A Systematic Review.

Treatments for joint pain and dysfunction focus on restoration of joint motion, improvement in pain and a return to the previous level of the patient's daily activity. Therapeutic ultrasound is a noninvasive modality widely utilized in the management of musculoskeletal disorders. The objective of this systematic review was to evaluate the effectiveness of therapeutic ultrasound in the management of patients with knee, shoulder and hip pain.

Non-pharmacological pain management in the neonatal intensive care unit: Managing neonatal pain without drugs.

Premature infants hospitalized after birth are exposed to repeated painful procedures as part of their routine medical care. Early neonatal exposure to unmanaged pain has been linked to numerous negative long-term outcomes, such as the development of pain hypersensitivity, detrimental psychological symptomology, and altered neurodevelopment. These findings emphasize the crucial role of pain management in neonatal care. The aim of this article is to give an overview of evidence-based non-pharmacological pain...

Multimodal Pain Management for Major Joint Replacement Surgery.

Effective pain management for orthopaedic major joint replacement is key to achieving earlier recovery, better functioning, and high rates of patient satisfaction. In an effort to decrease opioid dependency, practitioners are turning to multimodal pain management, which involves the use of multiple analgesic agents and techniques. To utilize this technique, a patient's history of and preoperative consumption of medications to treat pain impacts the success of this regimen. Multimodal pain management involve...

The Use of a Nurse-Initiated Pain Protocol in the Emergency Department for Patients with Musculoskeletal Injury: A Pre-Post Intervention Study.

As a common complaint of patients with traumatic injuries, pain remains undermanaged in emergency departments (EDs). Our aim was to evaluate the effects of a nurse-initiated pain management protocol in patients with musculoskeletal injuries in an ED in Iran.

Feasibility Trial of a 10-Week Adaptive.

This study assessed the feasibility of implementing a yoga intervention adapted for participants diagnosed with chronic pain in a large Midwest neuroscience pain clinic. Although conducted using a small convenience sample, this was a novel program in that it was led by an advanced practice nurse certified in pain management and to teach yoga. She was therefore uniquely qualified to tailor the yoga practice to suit individual needs of study participants.

Impact of a new balanced gelatine on electrolytes and pH in the perioperative care.

Balanced fluid replacement solutions can possibly reduce the risks for electrolyte imbalances, for acid-base imbalances, and thus for renal failure. To assess the intraoperative change of base excess (BE) and chloride in serum after treatment with either a balanced gelatine/electrolyte solution or a non-balanced gelatine/electrolyte solution, a prospective, controlled, randomized, double-blind, dual centre phase III study was conducted in two tertiary care university hospitals in Germany.

Japanese cross-cultural validation study of the Pain Stage of Change Questionnaire.

Although evidence supports efficacy of treatments that enhance self-management of chronic pain, the efficacy of these treatments has been hypothesized to be influenced by patient readiness for self-management. The Pain Stage of Change Questionnaire (PSOCQ) is a reliable and valid measure of patient readiness to self-manage pain. However, there is not yet a Japanese version of the PSOCQ (PSOCQ-J), which limits our ability to evaluate the role of readiness for pain self-management in function and treatment re...


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