Basic Pain Scale Chart - A pain scale measures a persons pain intensity, and are based on self-report, observational (behavioral), or physiological data. Various pain scales are available for neonates, infants, children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and persons whose communication is impaired. Pain assessments are often regarded as "the 5th Vital Sign."
The Pain Assessment Card is a convenient tool for estimating the strength of a patient’s pain. This pain assessment features Wong-Baker faces for pain rating, PQRST pain assessment description, and the COLDERRA pain assessment description
Pain of the rhomboid muscle is the pain, which is present in the upper back region just beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. Know its causes, signs, symptoms, exercises, stretches and prevention.