Pain Relief or Withhold Pain Medication?

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Title: Pain Relief or Withhold Pain Medication?
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Date: February 2, 2006
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One I found to be the most relative to this case study was that I as a “nurse promote, advocate for, and strive to protect the health, safety, and rights of the patient” (Zerwekh & Claborn, 2006 p186). It is vital that I make Mr. Lempke as comfortable as possible...
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It is vital that I make Mr. Lempke as comfortable as possible. I would have to address his pain, because being in pain could cause a lot of other stresses on Mr. Lempke body that he should not have to deal with in his deteriorating condition.
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