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NHA-011: Pain Assessment (OPQRSTU) Nursing Mnemonic & Tips

Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

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Basic Pain Scale Chart - A pain scale measures a persons pain intensity, and are based on self-report, observational (behavioral), or physiological data. Various pain scales are available for neonates, infants, children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and persons whose communication is impaired. Pain assessments are often regarded as "the 5th Vital Sign."

Pain Scale Chart - 1 to 10 Levels

Basic Pain Scale Chart - A pain scale measures a persons pain intensity, and are based on self-report, observational (behavioral), or physiological data. Various pain scales are available for neonates, infants, children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and persons whose communication is impaired. Pain assessments are often regarded as "the 5th Vital Sign."

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Pain Assessment

Pain Assessment

FLACC Behavioral Pain Assessment Scale - Pain (any cause) Nurse Management Guidelines | Emergency Care Institute

FLACC Behavioral Pain Assessment Scale - Pain (any cause) Nurse Management Guidelines | Emergency Care Institute

Pain Scales -- Valuable Pain Assessment Tools: McGill Pain Scale for Pain Assessment

Pain Scales - Valuable Pain Assessment Tools

Pain assessment: P-Q-R-S-T  P—Palliative or provocative factors: what causes or comforts the pain?  Q—Quality of pain (burning, stabbing, aching, etc.)  R—Region of body affected/Does the pain Radiate in a certain direction?  S—Severity of pain (usually 1-10 Scale)  T—Timing of pain (ex. after meals, in the morning, etc.) How long does it last?

Pain assessment: P-Q-R-S-T P—Palliative or provocative factors: what causes or comforts the pain? Q—Quality of pain (burning, stabbing, aching, etc.) R—Region of body affected/Does the pain Radiate in a certain direction? S—Severity of pain (usually 1-10 Scale) T—Timing of pain (ex. after meals, in the morning, etc.) How long does it last?

Pain Scales -- Valuable Pain Assessment Tools: Numerical Rating Pain Scale

Pain Scales - Valuable Pain Assessment Tools

Pain Scales -- Valuable Pain Assessment Tools: Numerical Rating Pain Scale

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