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Pain Management: The Pain Process, Patient Assessment, Pharmacological Treatment, and Classification of Pain

This program describes the psychophysiological and other factors involved in the pain process, and describes the techniques of a thorough pain assessment. It also describes the major types of pain medication, their appropriate uses and the treatment cycle for three types of pain: acute, chronic...

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Reducing Total Pain at the End of Life (non CE)

Pain is a common symptom of end-stage illness, affecting between 70 and 90 percent of patients with advanced cancer and large numbers of patients experiencing other life-threatening illnesses. It is a complex and individual experience, often requiring creative approaches to identify causes and...

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Pain Assessment and Management (non CE)

This course was written by Robin A. Bleier, RN, HCRM-FACDONA, Clinical Risk Operational Consultant & Principal of RB Health Partners, Inc. As a long-term care professional, you are charged with seeking risk factors for your patients. Pain is one of the most important risk factors to be...

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Acute Pain-Management: Operative or Medical Procedures and Trauma - 2.0 CE (for Nurses)

Critically important new video program designed to familiarize healthcare professionals with the new Pain-Management guideline developed by the Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research (AHCPR). #Courses #Emergency-and-Trauma #Operating-Room #Pain-Management #Safety #RN-LPN ...

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Acute Pain-Management in Children - 2.0 CE (for Nurses)

Briefly reviews Joint Commission standards for Pain-Management and AHCPR Clinical Practice Guideline for Acute Pain-Management in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Operative and Medical Procedures. Discusses recommendations for the use of particular assessment techniques and the use of...