Postoperative pain is defined as an acute or chronic pain that is experienced after an operation or surgical procedure. While significant strides have been made in medicine in this regard, postoperative pain management can be quite difficult, especially in situations where the body sustained some physical trauma due to the operation itself. After extremely invasive procedure’s, it is to d safe to say that nearly all patients experience some degree of postoperative pain – however, the severity will dictate what kind of treatment the medical staff will provide while the patient is hospitalized. If postoperative pain persists upon release from the hospital, pain medications and physical therapy treatments may have to continue for some time on an outpatient basis.
What are the symptoms Postoperative Pain
The primary symptoms of postoperative pain often involve sensations and soreness round the surgical site or sites. Persistent postoperative pain that doesn’t go away with treatment and increasingly gets worse may be caused by a serious infection. If the surgical site is hot to the touch as well, consider it an emergency situation, and seek the attention of a medical professional right way. The most common symptoms of postoperative pain are burning, throbbing, itching, swelling, tenderness, bruising and general discomfort at or around the surgical site. Sometimes the site can become hard and sensitive to the touch. In some cases, pain can be accompanied by chills, fever, disorientation and vomiting. Should these symptoms manifest, call a doctor immediately or get to an emergency room as soon as possible
What are the causes of Postoperative Pain
Any number medical and surgical procedures can be a reason for postoperative pain. For example, abdominal surgery can produce significant postoperative symptoms. This is due to the fact that almost all surgical procedures are invasive, each involving a variety of complications and relying on physician specialties. Pain is a very often a subjective experience for most patients with medication being prescribed only after the patient has expressed a desire to be medicated. Postoperative pain can also be caused by trauma to the area that was operated on post surgery. This trauma can be introduced by the patient themselves, who may not be aware that have injured themselves if they have been heavily medicated.
Will Painwave X4000 help with Postoperative Pain?
Yes! The Painwave X4000 is an extremely effective method that can be utilized to get rid of postoperative pain. That’s because this little technological wonder is a non-invasive, drug-free method that can provide real pain relief. Unlike TENS or other similar methods of pain relief it does not ‘block’ pain signals to the brain, instead it works in concert with the body’s own bioelectromagnetic ecosystem. Painwave X4000 has absolutely no side effects, and is very simple to operate. Simply take the unit and gently glide it over the surface of the skin in a small circular motion. After a short period of time, the Painwave X4000 can greatly improve blood circulation, cell activity and lymphatic movements, all of which are beneficial in the relief of pain and other discomforts. In many cases, this stimulation will greatly reduce or eliminate pain immediately, and perhaps, permanently.
Note: These statements should in no way be used to perform a self-diagnosis If you are experiencing postoperative pain, please consult you physician for a full medical evaluation.dratef.net