A pain scale is a tool that doctors and nurses use to get a good idea of how much pain or discomfort a patient is in.
Most of the time, a person rates their own pain on a special scale, sometimes with help from a doctor, parent, or guardian.
Pain scale memesare captioned pictures that elicit humor and funnythoughts.
An example of the hilarious pain scale meme is shown below.
Different emojis depict different levels of pain, and on the final scale is a figure from the game 'The Impostor'
Emojis depicting various degrees of pain are placed on a scale, with the most excruciating feelings represented by a figure from "The Impostor."
The Impostor online game is a fun game in which you fly through space with the entire crew.
If you are playing this type of game, there is one problem, and that is the presence of an impostor among you.
Keep an eye on your surroundings, since if you find yourself alone in a room with someone else, it could be an impostor.
Their goal is to eliminate the entire crew, including you.
They're not going to stop until they've harmed you and damaged the ship.
It will be difficult to track them down, but you must keep trying and keep an eye out for any strange behavior.
If you get caught as an impostor for something you didn't even do, it's probably the worst feeling and most painful experience ever.
A chart in the upper part showing various degree of pain in emojis
0 degree - Hi. I am not experiencing any pain at all. I don't even know why I'm here.
1st degree - I am completely unsure whether I am experiencing pain or itching, or maybe I just have a bad taste in my mouth.
2nd degree - I probably just need a band-aid.
3rd degree - This is distressing. I don't want this to be happening to me at all.
4th degree - My pain is not f_cking around.
5th degree - Why is this happening to me?
6th degree - Ow. Okay, my pain is super legit now.
7th degree - I see Jesus coming for me and I'm scared.
8th degree - I am experiencing a disturbing amount of pain. I might actually be dying. Please help!
9th degree - I am almost definitely dying
10th - I am actively being mauled by a bear.
11th - Blood is going to explode out of my face at any moment.
Too serious for numbers - You probably have Ebola. It appears that you may also be suffering from stigma and/or pinkeye.
Four different emojis showing different levels of pain from happy to discomfort feeling
1st to 2nd degree - Hurts just a little bit. Having a friend liking memes from /r/ memes and /r/ funny.
3rd to 4th degree - Hurts a little more. Having a friend that double-taps a meme you are showing on Reddit.
5th to 6th degree - Hurts even more. Having a friend who thinks Instagram has better memes than Reddit.
7th to 8th degree - Hurts a whole lot. Having a friend that reposts memes from /r/dankmemes to /r/Funny, /r/memes and Instagram without creating OC himself.
A comparison of the old and new pain scales used by doctors and healthcare providers
A meme chart comparing the older pain scale with the one that is currently used by medical professionals and other healthcare providers.
Old Pain Scale
0 - very happy and I do not hurt at all.
1-2 - hurts just a little bit.
3-4 - hurts a little more.
5-6 hurts even more.
6-7 hurts a whole lot.
9-10 hurts as much as you can imagine.
New Pain Scale
0 - doing fine, thanks for asking!
1-2 not sure if serious.
3-4 gamer thumb.
5-6 tis but a flesh wound.
7-8 clamshell packaging cut.
9-10 stepped on a lego.
A person's pain is rated on a scale of 0 to 10 or 0 to 5.
A score of zero indicates "no discomfort," whereas a score of 5 or 10 indicates "the worst possible pain."
These pain intensity levels can be measured during first treatment or at any time afterward.
Set of different emojis from no pain to very severe pain
- The number scale: A pain scale ranging from 1 to 10.
- The visual analog scale: A horizontal line that categorizes pain from mild to severe.
- The revised Faces Pain Scale (FPS–R): To show different pain degrees, a horizontal line with facial expressions is used.
Most of the time, the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and Numeric Rating Scale (NRS) are used to measure how bad acute pain is right now. They are valid, reliable, sensitive to changes, and easy to use to measure how bad pain is.
In clinical trials and other types of analyses, visual analog scales, numerical rating scales, and verbal rating scales are regarded as valid for assessing pain severity.
The following terrible memories are listed in no particular order:
- Cluster headaches.
- Frozen shoulder.
- Broken bones.
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
- Heart attack.
- Slipped disc.
- Sickle cell disease.
Thank you for taking the time to read this article! The author hopes you find the memes funny.
According to the featured pain scale memes, how severe is your pain on this hilarious meme?