2019
DOI: 10.5935/2595-0118.20190013
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Difficulties faced by nurses to use pain as the fifth vital sign and the mechanisms/actions adopted: an integrative review

Abstract: BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Pain was recognized as the fifth vital sign in 1996, and many nurses have difficulty in evaluating it. Since it is necessary to know the difficulties to use pain as a fifth vital sign, this study aims at acquiring a better knowledge about pain, assessment methods and strategies/ actions to guarantee its control. The objective of this study was to identify and analyze, in the Brazilian and international literature, the difficulties faced by nurses to use pain as the fifth vital sign a… Show more

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“…In addition, nurses' experience providing care for cancer patients scored higher than general nurses' experience; this was supported by a study conducted in China [25]. According to Valério et al, nurses' knowledge scores increased significantly with increased work experience [28]. These findings may be related to nurses' work areas, as those nurses have sufficient experience in caring for cancer patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 86%
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“…In addition, nurses' experience providing care for cancer patients scored higher than general nurses' experience; this was supported by a study conducted in China [25]. According to Valério et al, nurses' knowledge scores increased significantly with increased work experience [28]. These findings may be related to nurses' work areas, as those nurses have sufficient experience in caring for cancer patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…As a result, effective pain management in hospitals requires collaboration. As a result, it is critical to foster a supportive team spirit among doctors and nurses; thus, meetings to facilitate the discussion of pain management and emphasize clear and effective communication between all healthcare team members, respectively, are possible interventions to reduce the delay caused by these processes [28]. In addition, the workplace environment was discovered to impact pain management knowledge.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A desvalorização da dor pelos profissionais foi referida por diversos autores. (12,13,14) A subnotificação dos registos da dor foi evidenciada por Gimenes et al (15) que referiram disparidade entre os registos realizados e os relatos de dor recolhidos junto das pessoas. No seu estudo, 33,3 % das pessoas que manifestaram dor aguda não tinham qualquer registo da sua avaliação.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…Os aspetos que dificultam a avaliação da dor foram identificados na literatura e prendem-se com a sobrecarga de trabalho, a situação clínica da pessoa, a desvalorização da dor pelos profissionais, o défice de conhecimento sobre as escalas e sua aplicação e a utilização de linguagem técnica. (12,13,14) Evidencia-se também na literatura a necessidade de formação e treino dos profissionais de saúde para a avaliação da dor e para a utilização adequada das escalas de avaliação da dor. (11,12,13,1415)…”
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“…Em 1996, James Campbell (Presidente da Associação Americana de Dor) citou e reconheceu a dor como quinto sinal vital, o manuseio precoce da dor e conscientizar profissionais da enfermagem quanto a importância de avalia-la foram alguns de seus objetivos (Valério, Fernandes, Miranda, & Terra, 2019).…”
Section: Escala Da Dorunclassified