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    expressions of joy and helpless agitation. While he was unconscious, someone had stolen his watch” (Remarque, 13). The moral decay in the hospital shoes because now Kemmerich is scared to keep any of his belongings in the hospital because he thinks they will be stolen like his watch was. Also, throughout the course of the book, Paul and his comrades go through ransacked houses and take food and clothing and beds from them, which also shows moral decay and mental pain because they cannot tell that it’s the wrong thing to do. Erich Maria Remarque sends a specific message in this novel about the life of the soldier, and he sends a message that the soldier’s life will never be the same if they make it through the war and try to live a normal life. Paul thinks about this multiple times in the book and explains how the war has corrupted him and how the injuries that he suffers makes his morals and personality change. All the different ways that soldiers are injured in the war makes for an enormous amount of injury and pain that often cannot be…

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    Most people have experienced pain. Stubbing a toe, breaking an arm, or hitting one’s head while getting into a car can all result in a varying amount of pain. The unfortunate part about injuries is some take longer to recover from and result in lasting impacts for years. A concussion is an example of an injury that takes much longer to recover from. The physical and mental pain that are side effects to a lengthy recovery process are why concussions seem to be transforming into a major discussion…

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    get up because the weight of your equipment is crushing you. Of course, you don’t have to run the entirety of the game, but you will have to run out of your crease to facilitate plays and help your team get the ball. Pain Pain is the name of the goalie game. You’re saving a solid rubber ball coming at you at bullet-speeds, so you are guaranteed ugly, black bruises and a couple of cracked ribs. There aren’t any tips to avoid pain. There is no avoiding the throbbing pain after you’ve…

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    Barriers To Pain

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    barriers to pain management Intro Pain is one of the most common symptoms of cancer, and one of the most challenging subjects for health professionals including Radiation Therapists to address when treating patients. It is important to recognise that pain is ‘an intensely personal experience with biological, psychological and social components’, which is entirely subjective to the person who experiences it. Despite the development of “novel analgesics and updated pain guidelines”, recent studies…

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    Identify one intervention that can be taken by the RN to reduce the stigma and improve management of acute and chronic pain associated with Sickle Cell Disease, (SCD). One intervention that comes to my mind after reading the articles would be recognizing the cues to an acute pain episode and responding appropriately and in a timely manner (Jenerette & Ataga, 2014). By doing so, it could help manage the chronic pain associated with sickle cell disease. Patients with SCD are often stigmatized as…

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    Subjective Wellness

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    mindfulness-meditation, 2) placebo conditioning, 3) sham mindfulness-meditation, or 4) book-listening control intervention. Psychophysical assessments of pain were used to examine the efficacy of each treatment, showing that while mindfulness-meditation, placebo, and sham mindfulness-meditation all significantly alleviated pain perception (when compared to the control condition), mindfulness mediation reduced pain ratings more than both placebo and sham mindfulness-meditation. In what could be…

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    “Peripheral Neuropathy is a result of damage to the peripheral nerves, often causing weakness, numbness and pain, usually in the hands and feet” (Mayo Clinic, 2014). This essay presents the topic of the complication of peripheral neuropathy associated with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. Peripheral neuropathy has both physiological and psychological effects on the patient. It is the role of the nurse to deliver care to the patient and their family through a biopsychosocial…

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    Chronic Low Back Pain

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    Although the literature is filled with information about the prevalence and incidence of back pain in general there is less information about chronic low back pain, partly because of lack of agreement about the definition. Chronic back pain sometimes is defined as back pain that lasts longer than 7-12 weeks. Others define is as pain that lasts beyond the expected period of healing, and acknowledge the chronic pain may not have well-defined underlying pathological causes. Others classify…

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    Chronic pain is a disabling condition that affects over 100 million Americans (IOM, 2011). It is constant or recurring pain that remains beyond the healing of an injury or acute illness. Chronic pain has the ability to destructively affect a person’s quality of life including their mental and emotional well-being. The pharmaceutical industry’s strong influence on American culture encourages healthcare providers to overly prescribe medications that offer temporary relief to those suffering…

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    He overcome the progressive deformities and disability by using his palette to be fixed on the arm of his wheelchair and the brushes to be attached to his hands with the aid of bandages to prevent maceration when painting. The artist made vital changes of the way of his works and material used, painting with small and rapid stokes and inventing the moving canvas or picture roll. Zautra et al. recently documented that a history of depression increase pain among rheumatoid arthritis patients,…

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