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Enhancing Patient Experience of Pain and Sleep Through Non-Pharmacological Strategies

Comfort can be a physical sensation, a psychological state, or both simultaneously (Pearson, 2009). Patient comfort in an inpatient setting is a subjective state that varies from each individual based on different factors and situations. Read the details.

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