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color meanings and pain scale

TermDefinition
cyan/o blue cyanosis
eyrthr/o red erythrocyte
leuk/o white leukocyte
melan/o black melanin
purpur/o purple purpura
xanth/o yellow xanthopsia
PAIN_LEVELS DESCRIPTIONS
0-1 no pain
2-3 mild pain
4-5 moderate pain
6-7 severe pain
8-9 very severe pain
10 worst possible pain
ache (achy, aching) dull, steady pain
continuous pain that does not stop
discomfort (uncomfortable) feeling of being uncomfortable
dull blunted, not sharp. not acute
intense strong, sharp
sharp pain that has a stabbing quality, usually described in one particular area
stabbing pain that may be sharp in quality and stopping and starting
throbbing dull, steady pain with an intermittent exacerbation occurring periodically
Created by: randi77