Acute Pain related to Cesarean Section - Nursing Interventions

Nursing Interventions Acute Pain related to Cesarean Section

Acute Pain related to Cesarean Section

Nursing Diagnosis for Cesarean Section: Acute Pain related to physical injury (incision surgery)

NOC: patients are able to:
Control the pain with the indicators:
  • Know the factors causing pain
  • Know the onset of pain
  • Relief act of non-analgesics
  • Use of analgesics
  • Report symptoms to the health care team
  • Pain control

Description:
1 = not done
2 = rarely done
3 = sometimes done
4 = often done
5 = always done

Shows the level of pain
Indicators:
  • Reports of pain
  • Reported frequency of pain
  • Reported duration of pain episodes
  • Expressing pain: facial
  • Indicates the position of protecting the body
  • Anxiety
  • Changes in respiration rate
  • Changes in Heart Rate
  • Changes in blood pressure
  • Changes in pupil size
  • Perspiration
  • Loss of appetite

Description:
1: Weight
2: A bit heavy
3: Moderate
4: Slightly
5: No

Nursing Interventions for Acute Pain related to Cesarean Section :

Cesarean Section Pain Management

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