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  • Posted in: Mt. Hood

    I would recommend looking into the PAINAD scale. That's what we used when I worked inpatient hospice. ------------------------------ Kara Bakke RN Registered Nurse ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Mt. Hood

    We currently have a nonverbal pain scale at my institution that is not very helpful with our comfort care patients. For instance, it includes details like changes in VS (which we are not routinely taking) and if they are tolerating a ventilator, etc. ...

  • Posted in: Mt. Hood

    Just an FYI for anyone that wants great chemo education, one of my coworkers told me about IVcanceredsheets.com and it's pretty amazing. You can print out a much more concise version of your regimen, in color, easy to read, etc. There are also oral ed ...