Joshua Vanderloo PharmD, RPh Clinical Pharmacist, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. Pain Management in the hospitalized patient. Disclosures. I have no actual or potential conflict of interest in relation to this presentation. . Objectives.
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*HCAHPS: Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems
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Acute pain chronic pain syndromes
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1. Initial pain: Nonopioids
mild opioid or strong opioid with titration if pain inadequately managed
treatments for fear/anxiety if needed
3. Schedule medications instead of PRN – “around the clock”
Right drug, right dose, right time 80-90% effective and cost effective
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Analgesic chosen according to intensity
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Nausea and vomiting
Less frequent: Opioid-induced Hyperalgesia, urinary retention, delirium, myoclonus