Renal Colic Nursing Case Study
BACKGROUND: Renal colic is common in primary care, but pain management is often unsatisfactory. This randomized controlled trial examined the use of local heat for the treatment of pain, anxiety, and nausea associated with renal colic. POPULATION STUDIED: This study enrolled 100 otherwise healthy European patients, aged 19 to 40 years, with abdominal pain …This study was designed to compare the efficacy of magnesium sulfate vs morphine sulfate in renal colic relief as for analgesic effect as well as lack of. . . in Yazd, Iran. A total of 80 eligible patients were selected and randomly assigned into two groups patients in the case group received 50mg kg intravenous magnesium sulfate, and those. . . Its diagnosis is still a big challenge because of many other condition similar to the acute appendicitis like renal colic, colitis, adenitis etc. Primary imaging modality for the acute abdominal pain in pediatric age group is a plain x-rays of the abdomen, followed by ultrasound. Further imaging depends on the results of these studies 17 .
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