(redirected from Pain scale)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Wong-Baker Faces Pain scale (0-10) was used to assess the severity of pain experienced by the patient (Figure 2).
The results from the pain scale correlated with the results from the symptom reports.
The sum scores of the N-pAsS pain scale and the FLACC were analyzed for criterion validity.
Numeric rating score and visual pain scale did not demonstrate any significant difference in pain severity on postoperative days and follow-up visits between both groups (p>0.
message back), (b) use the Individualized Behavioral Pain Scale to determine the intensity of pain and appropriate staff responses (e.
Relationship between Pain Scale Before and After Provided with Analgesics
The best results in terms of reduction in the pain scale were achieved with dipyrone or tramadol used as monotherapy, with no important difference between the two.
But using the four-point pain scale --none, mild, moderate, and severe--the researchers found that 53% of women in the no-epidural group reported pain ranging from none to mild, while 89% of women in the epidural group reported pain in the none-to-mild range.
Patients' mean pain levels assessed using the verbal pain scale and visual analog scale Postoperative Intraoperative 0 minutes Verbal pain scale % 78.
It standardized the use of the now familiar zero to 10 numeric pain scale.
Their memories gave a different answer, recalling the race as being much less agonising than it had seemed at the time, about three on the pain scale.