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Identification of risk factors for postpartum urinary retention following vaginal deliveries: A retrospective case-control study.

Postpartum urinary retention (PUR) is an uncommon complication of vaginal delivery, defined as a failure to void spontaneously in the six hours following vaginal birth. The objective of this study was to identify risk factors for PUR in order to provide prompt management.

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.

Racial Disparities in Postpartum Pain Management.

To evaluate racial and ethnic differences in women's postpartum pain scores, inpatient opioid administration, and discharge opioid prescriptions.

Impact of perioperative pain management protocol on opioid prescribing patterns.

The objective of this study was to demonstrate the impact of preoperative education, patient risk stratification, and a postoperative pain management protocol for common head and neck procedures on opioid prescribing patterns and postoperative pain reporting.

Improving obstetric hemorrhage morbidity by a checklist-based management protocol; a quality improvement initiative.

Postpartum hemorrhage is a leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Institutions are encouraged to have a standardized approach to the management of obstetric hemorrhage. The purpose of this quality improvement project was to investigate postpartum hemorrhage associated morbidity before and after implementing an obstetric hemorrhage checklist-based protocol.

Comparisons of Electromyography and Digital Palpation Measurement of Pelvic Floor Muscle Strength in Postpartum Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence and Asymptomatic Parturients: A Cross-Sectional Study.

Early evaluation of pelvic floor muscle (PFM) in postpartum women is important for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Digital vaginal palpation and electromyography (EMG) evaluation based on Glazer protocol are widely used for the assessment of PFM. However, the correlation among digital palpation, EMG, and morbidity of postpartum SUI is still unclear. This study aims to investigate the relationship between postpartum SUI and PFM examinations.

Prevalence and risk factors for postpartum urinary retention after vaginal delivery in Japan: A case-control study.

This study aimed to clarify the prevalence and risk factors of postpartum urinary retention after vaginal delivery. It also described the healing process of women who had postpartum urinary retention.

Racial and Ethnic Inequities in Postpartum Pain Evaluation and Management.

To evaluate whether the frequency of pain assessment and treatment differed by patient race and ethnicity for women after cesarean birth.

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.

A Comparison of Rural and Urban Hospice Family Caregivers' Cancer Pain Knowledge and Experience.

Family caregivers play a vital role in managing the pain of hospice patients with cancer; however, caregivers' knowledge of pain management principles and experiences as pain managers vary widely. Differences in cultural values and access to resources suggest that rural and urban hospice family caregivers may differ with regard to their pain knowledge and experience, but this has not been empirically investigated.

Multidetector CT appearance of the pelvis after vaginal delivery: normal appearances and abnormal acute findings.

Vaginal delivery is the most commonly performed delivery in the world and accounts for nearly two-thirds of all deliveries in the United States. It is a secure method but may be associated with some acute complications, especially in the immediate postpartum days, which can potentially be fatal for the mother. The most frequent acute complications are hemorrhages/hematomas, uterine rupture, endometritis, retained product of conception (RPOC), ovarian thrombosis and HELLP syndrome (hemolysis, elevated liver ...

Comparative effectiveness of conservative and pharmacological interventions for chronic non-specific neck pain: Protocol of a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

Neck Pain (NP) has been ranked as one of the top chronic pain conditions in terms of prevalence and years lived with disability in the latest Global Burden of Disease. NP has remarkable socio-economic consequences however, research efforts are limited. Discrepancies among guidelines recommendations on management of chronic neck pain exist. The purpose of this study protocol is to provide the methods for a review with network meta-analysis to identify the most effective interventions for chronic neck pain.

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).

Acupuncture and trigger point injection in the management of poststernotomy pain syndrome: A case series study.

Poststernotomy pain syndrome (PSPS) is defined as chronic pain after thoracic surgery persisting for at least 2 months and without apparent cause. The incidence of PSPS after surgery is reported to be between 7% and 66%. Currently, there is no standard protocol for management of such cases, and treatment modalities are mainly directed towards the use of various analgesics. Numerous other approaches have been tried in order to relieve this pain, including osteopathy, trigger point infiltration and acupunctur...

Opioid Prescribing Can Be Reduced in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Practice.

Pain management is one of the most critical aspects of practice in oral and maxillofacial surgery. The purpose of this study was to measure the change in strong (stronger than codeine 30 mg) opioid use after introducing the standardized protocol ("office protocol") designed for opioid-free postoperative pain management.

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.

Perineal pain the first year after childbirth and uptake of post-partum check-up- A Swedish cohort study.

The aim of this prospective cohort study was to investigate the prevalence of perineal pain related to the perineal injury within the first year after childbirth. The study further explored the rates of postpartum check-up attendance, and whether they had undergone a vaginal examination, pelvic floor assessment and exercise advice.

'It's about willpower in the end. You've got to keep going': a qualitative study exploring the experience of pain in inflammatory bowel disease.

Pain is a widely experienced symptom of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which has significant psychological and functional impacts on patients. Understanding the aetiology and management of chronic pain is a poorly understood area of IBD research. This qualitative study aimed to explore the experiences of individuals with IBD and pain, the pain management strategies they use and any needs for future pain management interventions.

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.

A Comparison of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Vs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the Treatment of Provoked Vestibulodynia in a Hospital Clinic Setting.

Chronic and distressing genito-pelvic pain associated with vaginal penetration is most frequently due to provoked vestibulodynia (PVD). Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) significantly reduces genital pain intensity and improves psychological and sexual well-being. In general chronic pain populations, mindfulness-based approaches may be as effective for improving pain intensity as CBT.

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.

Multimodal opioid sparing postoperative pain regimen compared to the standard postoperative pain regimen in vaginal pelvic reconstructive surgery: a multicenter randomized controlled trial.

Postoperative pain control after urogynecologic surgery has traditionally been opioid centered with frequent narcotic administration. Few studies have addressed optimal pain control strategies for vaginal pelvic reconstructive surgery that limit opioid use.

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.

Exploring postpartum sexual health: A feminist poststructural analysis.

Postpartum sexual health has historically been viewed and discussed in specific ways, often dominated by biomedical discourse. There is a need to expand understandings of sexual health for postpartum women in the context of interdisciplinary health care. Research surrounding postpartum sexual health is largely focused on physical measures, such as vaginal lubrication or initiation of intercourse, without accounting for the diverse and subjective ways that sexuality and sexual health are experienced during t...

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.

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