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Pain intensity and pain management of hospitalized patients with cancer: an opportunity for improvement



Pain intensity and pain management of hospitalized patients with cancer: an opportunity for improvement



Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 17(4): 365-368



About 73% of patients diagnosed with cancer report poor pain management. The purpose of this study was to evaluate pain intensity and the extent to which pain was controlled, and based on the findings, to pose options for improving pain management for hospitalized patients with cancer.

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PMID: 23899973

DOI: 10.1188/13.cjon.365-368


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