Internal Medicine and Medical Investigation Journal

ISSN: 2474-7750

Pain Management and Its Related Factors in the Emergency Department of Besat Hospital in Sanadaj, 2016


Author(s): Behnam Movahedi, Elham Khanlarzadeh, Leila Azizkhani, Aysan Noori

Background: A feeling horrible pain and discomfort as a result of stimulation of nerve endings and in particular create one of the most common reasons patients visit emergency departments (EDs). Pain can cause physiological changes such as increased heart rate and breathing, will be hypertension. That if not controlled, various effects on the lives and the different body systems, including the cardiovascular system, respiratory, creates. The aim of medical science to achieve and maintain health and at the same time reduce the suffering and the suffering of the disease. Methods: This cross-sectional study was performed on patients who referring to the ED of the hospital of Sanandaj with complain of pain as one of their compliance. Before and after the injection analgesia pain intensity is evaluated by a 10-point scoring system. Also, patients with pain and final diagnosis come in the form of a pre-designed questionnaire. Data were analyzed by SPSS20 software. Results: The majority of people have been admitted to the emergency caused by trauma with 54.3% and 57% of men and 43% women. The mean time to get analgesia in these patients was 26.4 minutes. There was no significant correlation between pain intensity and pain relief with age. There was no significant relationship between pain and sex. Also, reduces pain and relief pain to get analgesia in the patient’s admission was significant. Apotel was the most analgesia agent that used in the ED. Conclusion: The study of proper pain may be more appropriate interventions to control pain and improve the quality of life

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