Acute pain care plan

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA COLLEGE OF NURSING ADULT HEALTH NURSING 1 - NU 304 DATE OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: 10/11/10 NURSING PROCESS FORM STUDENT’S NAME: Kim Biro Nursing Diagnosis Goals (Planning) (3) Nursing Interventions Rationale for Interventions * must list sources Evaluation of Goals Acute Pain related to abdominal surgical incision AEB verbal reports of pain, grimacing, moaning, and guarding of abdominal area when assessed. Given the prescribed nursing care, the patient will have relieved/controlled pain within one hour AEB: 1. Patient verbally states relieved/decreased pain. 2. Nonverbal indicators of pain including grimacing and moaning will be absent/diminished. 3. Patient will not guard abdominal incision area during assessment. Resources: Swearingen, Pamela. (2008). All-in-One Care Planning Resource. (2 nd Edition). St. Louis, MO: Mosby, Inc. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. (2006).
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