Pain as the neglected adverse event

Chorney, Jill MacLaren; McGrath, Patrick; Finley, G. Allen
April 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/20/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 7, p732
Academic Journal
The article discusses the consideration of pain management approaches in adverse events. The adverse event is described as a negative result obtained from a diagnostic test or medical treatment. It mentions about the pain management approaches which include the integration of non-pharmacologic and rehabilitative interventions. It states that there care could be an increased pressure on health care professionals due to the reporting of adverse event.


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