Procedural pain and distress in young children as perceived by medical and nursing staff.

@article{Babl2008ProceduralPA,
  title={Procedural pain and distress in young children as perceived by medical and nursing staff.},
  author={Franz E Babl and Christine Mandrawa and Ronan O'Sullivan and Dianne J Crellin},
  journal={Paediatric anaesthesia},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          412-9
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Currently there is no comparison of pain and distress experienced by young children undergoing a range of procedures. This would be important when considering choices between alternative management approaches and to facilitate development of measures to reduce procedural pain and distress. We set out to determine staff perceptions of pain and distress across a range of common emergency procedures. METHODS Standardised survey of medical and nursing staff in the emergency… CONTINUE READING

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