Pain Management In The Post-Acute And Long-Term Care Setting
- 28 pages
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- Atypical Opioid Oral Analgesics
- Adjuvant Analgesic Medications
- Topical Analgesics
- Approximate Equianalgesic Dosing and Usual Starting Doses for Selected Pure Opioid Agonists
- STEP 1: Is pain present?
- STEP 2: Have the characteristics and likely causes of pain been adequately defined?
- STEP 3: Provide appropriate interim treatment for pain
- STEP 4: Perform a pertinent history and physical examination
- STEP 5: Are the cause(s) of pain identified?
- STEP 6: Perform further diagnostic testing, as indicated
- STEP 7: Have the probable cause(s) of pain been identified?
- STEP 8: Obtain additional evaluation or consultation as necessary
- STEP 9: Have the probable cause(s) of pain been identified?
- STEP 10: Summarize the characteristics and causes of the patient’s pain and assess the impact of pain on function and quality of life
- STEP 11: Adopt a patient-centered interdisciplinary care plan
- STEP 12: Set goals for pain relief
- STEP 13: Implement the care plan
- STEP 14: Reevaluate the patient’s pain
- STEP 15: Adjust treatment as necessary
- STEP 16: Is pain controlled?
- STEP 17: Monitor the facility’s performance in the management of pain
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