2017
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-9075
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Correlação entre as escalas analógica visual, de Glasgow, Colorado e Melbourne na avaliação de dor pós-operatória em cadelas submetidas à mastectomia total unilateral

Abstract: RESUMO Objetivou-se correlacionar a necessidade de resgate analgésico pós-operatório por meio das escalas analógica visual (EVA), de Glasgow, Colorado e Melbourne, por meio de um avaliador experiente (AE) e outro não experiente (ANE), em cadelas submetidas à mastectomia unilateral total. Foram utilizadas 24 cadelas, hígidas, internadas 24 horas antes do procedimento cirúrgico, para avaliação do seu comportamento, com o auxílio das escalas descritas acima no momento basal (M0). Foram pré-medicadas com acepromaz… Show more

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“…Although none of the 3 rescued animals scored 13, the minimum score that the literature defines are requiring rescue, in this study the surgical team decided to perform rescues if the UMPS score reached levels considered to represent moderate pain by Coutinho (2012), which were those between 6 and 17. Pohl et al (2011) and Comassetto et al (2017) correlated the UMPS with the Visual Analog Scale in bitches submitted to OH, and agreed that a UMPS score between 6 and 7 requires the administration of analgesic medication, which corroborates what was done in the present study. It should also be noted that the UMPS may have a somewhat subjective score in the period of anesthetic recovery, as seen at T1 (Figure 1), since the parameters evaluated are behavioral and physiological but such parameters can be altered by the use of anesthetics.…”
Section: )supporting
confidence: 89%
“…Although none of the 3 rescued animals scored 13, the minimum score that the literature defines are requiring rescue, in this study the surgical team decided to perform rescues if the UMPS score reached levels considered to represent moderate pain by Coutinho (2012), which were those between 6 and 17. Pohl et al (2011) and Comassetto et al (2017) correlated the UMPS with the Visual Analog Scale in bitches submitted to OH, and agreed that a UMPS score between 6 and 7 requires the administration of analgesic medication, which corroborates what was done in the present study. It should also be noted that the UMPS may have a somewhat subjective score in the period of anesthetic recovery, as seen at T1 (Figure 1), since the parameters evaluated are behavioral and physiological but such parameters can be altered by the use of anesthetics.…”
Section: )supporting
confidence: 89%
“…They showed that the scale was able to distinguish different pain levels, even when the evaluator was not a native English speaker, as in our study. GCMPS was compared with other scales such as DIVAS, NRS, and the University of Colorado scale; GCMPS was more sensitive to determine the requirement for rescue analgesia and showed a strong correlation between both experienced and not experienced evaluators [ 34 ]. Another recent study comparing intra- and inter-rater agreement for DIVAS, NRS, and the Glasgow pain scale [ 20 ] has shown that for experienced evaluators, this scale has good and very good reliability [ 33 ].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Neste estudo a escala demonstrou eficácia na avaliação da dor o que está de acordo com Comassetto et al (2017) que afirmam que a escala de Glasgow apresenta maior sensibilidade para detectar o momento necessário para a realização do resgate analgésico, e ressaltam ainda que a inexperiência do avaliador não compromete a qualidade da avaliação.…”
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