Increasing nursing treatment for pediatric procedural pain.

@article{Bice2014IncreasingNT,
  title={Increasing nursing treatment for pediatric procedural pain.},
  author={April A Bice and Mary E Gunther and Tami H. Wyatt},
  journal={Pain management nursing : official journal of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses},
  year={2014},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={365-79}
}
Procedural pain management is an underused practice in children. Despite the availability of efficacious treatments, many nurses do not provide adequate analgesia for painful interventions. Complementary therapies and nonpharmacologic interventions are additionally essential to managing pain. Owing to the increasing awareness of inadequate nursing utilization of pharmacologic measures for procedural pain, this paper focuses only on analgesic treatments. The aim of this review was to examine how… CONTINUE READING
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