CRIES: a new neonatal postoperative pain measurement score. Initial testing of validity and reliability.

@article{Krechel1995CRIESAN,
  title={CRIES: a new neonatal postoperative pain measurement score. Initial testing of validity and reliability.},
  author={Susan Wilson Krechel and J I Bildner},
  journal={Paediatric anaesthesia},
  year={1995},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={
          53-61
        }
}
We have developed a neonatal pain assessment tool CRIES. The tool is a ten point scale similar to the APGAR score (Apgar 1953). It is an acronym of five physiological and behavioural variables previously shown to be associated with neonatal pain. C--Crying; R--Requires increased oxygen administration; I--Increased vital signs; E--Expression; S--Sleeplessness. We have tested CRIES for validity and reliability. This report is the result of that testing. We have found CRIES to be valid, reliable… CONTINUE READING
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