NANDA Nursing Diagnosis for Acute Pain Related factors R/T trauma, injuring agents (biological, chemical, physical, psychological)
Suggestion on using NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Acute Pain: Distinguish between acute pain Nursing diagnosis with the chronicles pain Nursing diagnosis. One of the two sets is that diagnosis of a painful time. ONSET acute pain is less than 6 months, while the painful chronicles ONSET it is more than 6 months. If you only have two diagnoses to indicate, pain is acute pain and chronic pain. Thus, there is no automatic diagnosis Crashes feel comfortable or feel comfortable painful chronic pain.
Definition Nursing Diagnosis for Acute Pain: Unpleasant sensory and emotional experience arising from actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage (International Association for the Study of Pain); sudden or slow onset of any intensity from mild to severe with an anticipated or predictable end and a duration of less than 6 months
Nursing Outcomes Client Will: Report pain is relieved / controlled. Follow prescribed pharmacological regimen. Verbalize methods that provide relief. Demonstrate use of relaxation skills and diversion activities as indicated for individual situation.
Nursing Priority Nursing Diagnosis for Acute Pain To assess etiology/precipitating contributory factors: evaluate client’s response to pain: assist client to explore methods for alleviation/control of pain
Sample Clinical Applications using Nursing Diagnosis for Acute Pain: Traumatic injuries, surgical procedures, infections, cancer, burns, skin lesions, gangrene, thrombophlebitis/pulmonary embolus, neuralgia