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Assessment of pain


The pain assessment on both acute and chronic pain are comprehensive, however we do come across pain other the above for instance phantum pain or cancer pain. I am aware of we are discussing physological pain, given the impression pain is a neutral term which we can use for either physiological or psychological dimension. I hope we can keep an open mind on how do people feel when they say ` I am in pain. '

Posted date

28 September, 2008

Posted time

9:21 pm