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Pre-surgery beliefs about pain and surgery as predictors of acute and chronic post-surgical pain: A prospective cohort study
Wang,Yang1; Liu,Zejun1; Chen,Shuanghong1; Ye,Xiaoxuan1; Xie,Wenyi2; Hu,Chunrong3; Iezzi,Tony4; Jackson,Todd1,5
2018-04-01
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Surgery
ISSN17439159 17439191
Volume52Pages:50-55
AbstractBackground: Chronic pain post-surgical pain (CPSP) is common and has far-reaching negative consequences for patients, yet relatively few studies have evaluated the impact of both deficit- and resource-based beliefs about pain and surgery on subjective intensities of acute and chronic post-surgical pain. To address this issue a prospective cohort study was performed. Method: 259 consecutive surgery patients from general surgery, gynecology, and thoracic departments completed a self-report battery of demographics, pain experiences, and psychological factors 24 h before surgery (T1) and provided follow-up pain intensity ratings 48 h–72 h after surgery (T2), and at a 4-month follow-up (T3). Results: In the hierarchical regression model for acute post-operative pain intensity, pre-surgery pain self-efficacy beliefs made a significant unique contribution independent of all other pre-surgery and surgery-related factors (i.e., age, presence of pre-surgical pain, type of anesthesia, surgery duration). In the prediction model for intensity of chronic post-surgical pain, beliefs about long-term effects of surgery had a unique impact after controlling other significant pre-surgery and surgery influences (gender, education, surgery time). Conclusion: Results underscored the potential utility of considering specific pre-surgery pain- and surgery-related beliefs as factors that predict patient experiences of acute and chronic post-operative pain.
KeywordBeliefs about surgery Pain intensity Pain self-efficacy Post-surgical pain Risk factors
DOI10.1016/j.ijsu.2018.02.032
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorJackson,Todd
Affiliation1.Key Laboratory of Cognition & Personality,Southwest University,,Chongqing,China
2.Beibei Chinese Medicine Hospital,,Chongqing,China
3.Chongqing Number 9 Hospital,,Chongqing,China
4.Department of Psychology,London Health Sciences Centre,,London,Canada
5.Department of Psychology,University of Macau,,Taipa,Macao
Corresponding Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Wang,Yang,Liu,Zejun,Chen,Shuanghong,et al. Pre-surgery beliefs about pain and surgery as predictors of acute and chronic post-surgical pain: A prospective cohort study[J]. International Journal of Surgery,2018,52:50-55.
APA Wang,Yang.,Liu,Zejun.,Chen,Shuanghong.,Ye,Xiaoxuan.,Xie,Wenyi.,...&Jackson,Todd.(2018).Pre-surgery beliefs about pain and surgery as predictors of acute and chronic post-surgical pain: A prospective cohort study.International Journal of Surgery,52,50-55.
MLA Wang,Yang,et al."Pre-surgery beliefs about pain and surgery as predictors of acute and chronic post-surgical pain: A prospective cohort study".International Journal of Surgery 52(2018):50-55.
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