Pain Outcomes in Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Comparative Analysis
Nursing Research on the Green
James Harris, BSN, SRNA and Beth Griepentrog, BSN, SRNA – MCHS Franciscan Healthcare School of Anesthesia
- Background: Retrospective data collection to develop and improve perioperative pain management from surgical and anesthesia interventions.
- Significance: The data collected would guide protocol based interventions to correlate with findings to improve patient satisfaction and highest quality pain control.
- Purpose/objective: Improving patient outcomes by analyzing pain scores post operatively.
- Methods/project: Data collection and analysis.
- Results: Statistically significant findings will be presented
- Clinical implications: We are seeking to find a correlation between perioperative interventions.
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