Pain assessment in adult intensive care patients

Ricevuto: 7 agosto 2019
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Introduction: Pain is an important public health problem worldwide and has a great clinical, social and economic impact, for these reasons itsidentification and treatment must have high priority from healthcare professionals. Critical care patients feel pain not only for their diseases but also for the long immobility and various invasive procedures they may undergo. The negative physiological and phycological consequences due to the ineffectual pain management can be important and remain for long.

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Bambi, S., Galazzi, A., Pagnucci, N., & Giusti, G. D. (2019). Pain assessment in adult intensive care patients. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 36(2), e1-e12. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2019.388