volume 13, issue 5, P692-699 2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-11692005000500013
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Abstract: An unprecedented study in Brazil analyzed pain intensity and adequacy of analgesia at an emergency center. One hundred accident victims attended at a trauma reference hospital were evaluated. Pain was present in 90% of cases; 56.0% complained of severe pain on first evaluation and, three hours later, 26.0% remained in severe pain and 38.0% in moderate pain. A significant portion of the study population did not receive analgesia during the observation period. Considerable numbers of inadequate analgesia were fo…

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