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Old 08-03-2011, 02:07 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any experience using the APS-POQ?

I thought they were good questions and 11 was especially interesting.
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Question 11--Did you use any non-medicine methods to relieve your pain?

While walking was listed, I noticed that movement and/or positioning wasn't.

Today I was able to assist someone in bringing their pain down from a 7-8/10 to a 4/10 by helping them from their bed to the chair. The patient had just called the nurse for another vicodin as I was entering the room.
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