Facts About Pain Management

Among all the body ailments that a person could experience, pain is something that needs to be eradicated the soonest time possible. In fact, in the triage of emergency situations and first aid management, pain comes after the ABC’s (Airway, Breathing, Circulation).

Unfortunately, pain is subjective and there’s no other person that could assess its severity but the patient himself. That’s why pain management varies from one person to another. When a patient arrives in the emergency room complaining pain, the medical staff should be critical enough to obtain ample medical history data by asking basic questions like location, duration and severity of the pain, recent illness, medicines taken and more, before they could decide of the proper intervention.  Continue reading “Facts About Pain Management”