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Why pain is so hard to measure – and treat
 

Why pain is so hard to measure – and treat

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It is surprisingly difficult to explain what we feel when we are hurt, so doctors are developing new ways of assessing agony
 
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11 Jan 2017 - General
 
Shunjie Chua my point was, most of the time the patient are unable to tell the physician the proper intensity of pain they are suffering. I have seen patients of acute appendicitis and MI telling that they have mild pain and after keeping them und...
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As I work in a surgical ward I have so many experiences with the complains of pains and I have worked in an obstetric and gynecology ward where the pain is the commonest complain. I feel grey in measuring the intensity of pain and so that has become ...
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Afaque Ali What do you mean by true for physicians? The measurement of pain has been shown to be not that accurate in reducing the agony of patients. Their utility is largely constrained to...
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