Postoperative pain in Danish children: self-report measures of pain intensity.

@article{Rmsing1996PostoperativePI,
  title={Postoperative pain in Danish children: self-report measures of pain intensity.},
  author={Janne R\omsing and Steen Axel Hertel and J. M\oller-Sonnergaard and Magnhild Rasmussen},
  journal={Journal of pediatric nursing},
  year={1996},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={119-24}
}
The Oucher and the Poker Chip Tool are two of the most widely used instruments designed to measure children's self-report of pain intensity. Most of the studies dealing with the Oucher and the Poker Chip Tool use North American children as subjects. To establish the versatility of the instruments in patients of various cultural backgrounds and with… CONTINUE READING