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authoritative control over the affairs of others

the careful guarding of an asset

an act or instance of guiding

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Hanna and colleagues (2012) conducted a correlational, nonintervention study to examine the relationship between perceived pain management and satisfaction.
The increase in this population is also fueling the demand for pain management devices worldwide considerably.
The neurostimulation devices market is estimated to witness the highest growth and account for the largest share of the global pain management devices market, by type, in 2016.
Matloob Ashraf Shajar, Clinical Director Surgical ICU and Consultant Pain Specialist SIH, who organized the conference, said that Shifa has launched regular pain management program in the region.
This rule establishes standards for the practice of interventional chronic pain management and its purpose is to assist physicians who consider interventional techniques to treat patients with chronic pain.
Effective pain management includes intervention procedures, medication management, physiotherapy or chiropractic therapy, psychological counselling and support, acupuncture and other alternative therapies.
supports education of nurses on culturally sensitive pain management including information about addiction dynamics using evidence-based practice
Whatever the percentage of disciplinary proceedings against pharmacist and pharmacy licenses resulting from controlled substance violations is, it is significant, and many of them stem from the handling of pain management.
All too often, pain management is poorly done," says Anita J.
Society's debate concerning physician-assisted suicide exposed the problem of inadequate pain management for the elderly and the terminally ill.
Despite increased focus on pain identification and treatment the past few years, many care facilities still struggle to establish pain management programs.
Bobbie says the pain management and emotional support allowed her husband to die with comfort and dignity.
It provides a simple process to educate caregivers, uses specific pain assessment techniques and tools that are effective with the cognitively impaired, and shows how to apply specific pain management principles in this population.
OVER THE last four years, there have been some dramatic and far-reaching developments in pain management at MidCentral District Health Board (DHB).
Nonpharmacological pain management was not evaluated in the Manworren study (November/December 2000), yet it can be an effective pain management tool (Salantera, Lauri, Salmi, & Helenius, 1999).