Chronic Pain Control – An Overview
Reviewed by: Priscilla Lynch
- CPD Points: 1.5
- Module Type: Case Study
- Difficulty: All Levels
- Updated: 16 Oct, 2023
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About this Module
This module will focus on certain aspects of analgesia, including distinguishing different types of pain, particularly chronic pain. A holistic approach to pain control is outlined, as well as pain’s impact on the patient, including its causes and treatment options. On completion of this module, it is expected the reader will have a greater understanding of the suitability of different types of analgesia and how the doctor can educate the patient on aspects of self-care, among other considerations.
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