Effect of Pain-Coping Strategies on Post-Operative Pain Perception and Recovery in Surgical Patients

Authors

  • Saba Naz Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Dr. Muhammad Naveed Riaz Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Dr. Muhammad Akbar Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Govt. Post-Graduate College Jhang, Jhang, Punjab, Pakistan

Keywords:

Pain Coping Strategies, Post-Operative Pain, Surgical Patients, Surgical Recovery

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to see how pain coping tactics affect surgery patients' post-operative pain perception and recovery. Moreover, the study investigated the relationship pain coping strategies with surgical recovery and past operative pain. Participants comprised of surgical patients (N = 300) enrolled in government and private hospitals in Panjab Pakistan. The genders further divided into men (n = 218, 72.7%) and women (n = 82, 27.3). Data were collected using purposive sampling technique. Three self-report measures including Pain-Coping Strategies Scale (PCI), Postoperative Pain Scale (SPS) and Surgical Recovery Scale (SRS) were used for data collection.

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Published

2022-06-30

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How to Cite

Naz, S., Naveed Riaz, M., & Akbar, M. (2022). Effect of Pain-Coping Strategies on Post-Operative Pain Perception and Recovery in Surgical Patients. Pakistan Social Sciences Review, 6(2), 763–780. Retrieved from https://ojs.pssr.org.pk/journal/article/view/172