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Pain can lead to depression, loss of appetite, or a decline in the ability to perform activities of daily living. In some cases, pain may even place a resident at a higher risk for injuries, accidents, or falls. State and Federal regulations require facilities to provide individualized pain management programs for their residents. This program examines the role of the nursing assistant in observing, reporting, and documenting pain. It differentiates between acute and chronic pain, shows behavior changes that indicate a resident may be in pain, provides questions that help assess pain, and considers what can happen if a resident’s pain is not reported.
Length: 18 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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The Nursing Assistant: Assessment -...
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