Pain assessment in special patient groups such as those with dementia: at the finishing line or just starting from scratch?

Abstract

There has been tremendous progress in the methodology of pain assessments. This applies to both clinical and experimental pain. Books can be filled with the description of manifold instruments. One might assume that we can settle back and focus our efforts exclusively on the clinical applications of this arsenal. However , most of these tools for pain… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2014.05.001

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