Journal of Nursing

Post-operative Pain Assessment and Progress in Analgesia Nursing

Yaqian Li


Today, operation has become a common practice to treat a large number of diseases, but the pains caused by an operation leave dramatic effects on patients psychologically and physiologically. Hence, it is necessary to perform post-operative pain assessment and conduct necessary analgesia nursing for patients. In this research, the author, as a student, will analyze the generating mechanism for post-operative pain and the method of assessment, and give a brief summary of progress in analgesia nursing. It is expected that this brief summary can attract attention from the public and provide the feasible reference for related fields.


Post-operative pain; Analgesia nursing; Research progress

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