Wound Care and Pain Management

Pain is a typical affair of patients with chronic wounds. Wound infection can postpone healing and cause and intensify wound pain. The principle underlying cause of infection associated wound pain is the inflammatory reaction stimulated through the infecting. This response motives the discharge of inflammatory mediators and stimulates the creation of enzymes and free radicals, which can cause tissue damage. Dressing changes are a predominant contributor to wound pain.   Pain management must encompass pain evaluation before, during and after each dressing change to make sure that the affected person’s pain is managed successfully. Such progressing assessment will allow healthcare professionals to identify any triggers that can be modified or avoided to reduce pain.

  • Wound and Pain
  • Wound care and Pain relief
  • Wound Pain and Infection
  • Wound vac and Pain
  • Wound Infection and Pain Management
  • Wound Pain Treatment

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