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wound pain

WOCN program

identify factors to assess for wound pain etiology, history, intensity, type, previous management, hx of abuse, cultural/environmental factors
list the types of pain nociceptive, neuropathic, mixed
can moisture retentive dressings reduce pain associated with wound care yes
identify different interventions for pain reduction during dressing change moisture retentive dresings, nonadherent dsgs, soaking dsg prior to removal, topical analgesia, systemic analgesia 30-60 min prior
when should EMLA cream be applied at least 20 min prior to dressinsg change or procedure
True or false: pressure ulcer pain is best managed with pharmacological measures no- local management is better
Created by: Beth Perry