Document Type : Research Article
Introduction: It has been reported around 1.2 billion peripheral intravenous catheters are inserted in hospitalized patients across the world annually and nearly four out of five patients admitted to the hospital receive a peripheral intravenous catheters, which makes peripheral intravenous catheters insertion one of the most regularly practiced invasive procedures by both medical and nursing staff. Objective: study investigates thatPain during intravenous Cannulation among Adult Patients admitted at tertiary care hospital. Method: Pretest only design was used to conduct the study among adult patients and totally 20 patients were allotted by Purposive Sampling technique. Ethical permission was obtained before the data collection. After obtaining permission from the setting, the patients were asked their willingness to participate in the study and informed consent was obtained. The pain level was assessed by using numerical pain scale. The collected data were studied and analyzed in terms of objectives of the study using descriptive and inferential statistics.