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In your professional opinion, what is the difference between chronic and acute pain? How is the assessment for each type of pain different? What must you keep in mind when assessing acute pain? What...

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In your professional opinion, what is the difference between chronic and acute pain? How is the assessment for each type of pain different? What must you keep in mind when assessing acute pain? What must you keep in mind when assessing chronic pain? Reflect upon a time when you assessed a patient in pain. What did you do well? What points could you have improved upon? How did the pain impact the patient? What specific treatments could have lessened the impact of the pain on the patient?
Answered Same Day Mar 27, 2020

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Anju Lata answered on Mar 29 2020
126 Votes
Running Head: ASSESSMENT OF PAIN
ASSESSMENT OF PAIN        
ACADEMIC WRITING
TOPIC- ASSESSMENT OF PAIN
SUBJECT- BIOLOGY
    
    
Student Name:________________
University:_______________________
    
    
Abstract
The assessment differentiates between chronic and acute pain and their respective assessments. The work illustrates the things that are needed to keep in mind while assessing both types of pain. It also describes a real incident when the author assessed a person in pain and the steps taken by the author to improve his condition. Lastly, the study suggests possible medication treatment used to reduce the effect of pain on that patient.
Keywords: Chronic, acute, treatment, medicine, pain, assessment.
Table of Contents
1. Abstract                            2
2. Table of Contents                        3
3. Introduction                            4
4. Difference between chronic and acute pain            4
5. Assessment of Pain                        4
6. Points to keep in mind                    5
7. Assessing a patient in pain                    5
8. Impact of pain on patient                    5
9. Treatment                            6
10. References                            6
ASSESSMENT OF PAIN
    Introduction
Pain is an irksome sensory or emotional feeling of discomfort caused by a disease or illness in the body (Pain Australia, 2018). Pain can be minor, moderate, or severe in nature leading to mental as well as emotional discomfort in the body.
Difference between chronic and acute pain    
According to International Association for Study of Pain (IASP), Chronic pain...
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