Analgesia for Circumcision: Effects on Newborn Behavior and Mother/Infant Interaction

@inproceedings{Rnc2006AnalgesiaFC,
  title={Analgesia for Circumcision: Effects on Newborn Behavior and Mother/Infant Interaction},
  author={Judith K. Macke Rnc},
  year={2006}
}
Objective: To test the effectiveness of acetaminophen for pain management during and after circumcision. Design: A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled, pretest-posttest design. Setting: Level III nursery at a Midwestern hospital. Participants: Sixty full-term newborns, whose mothers had uncomplicated pregnancies and vaginal deliveries. Interventions: Administration of 10 mg/kg acetaminophen or placebo 1 hour before circumcision. Main… CONTINUE READING

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