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3 April, 13:34

A physician orders morphine for a client who complains of postoperative abdominal pain. for maximum pain relief, when should the nurse anticipate administering morphine?

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  1. 3 April, 15:03
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    Morphine is a potent analgesic, it blocks the transmission of painful stimuli, it is not ordered by physicians so easily, but if it is prescribed by the doctor for postoperative abdominal pain, the nurse must supply it before the pain becomes severe and give the maximum pain relief.
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