The Chinese Behavior Pain Scale for critically ill patients: translation and psychometric testing.

@article{Chen2011TheCB,
  title={The Chinese Behavior Pain Scale for critically ill patients: translation and psychometric testing.},
  author={Yen-Ya Chen and Yeur-Hur Lai and S T Shun and Nai-Hui Chi and Pei-Shan Tsai and Yuan-mei Liao},
  journal={International journal of nursing studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={438-48}
}
BACKGROUND Common pain assessment tools might not be the suitable tools to measure ventilated, critically ill patients' pain. The Behavioral Pain Scale measures observable behavior indicative of pain experienced by mechanically ventilated patients. OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to generate a Chinese-language version of the Behavioral Pain Scale and to test its psychometric properties. DESIGN This study was a prospective psychometric study. SETTINGS/PARTICIPANTS : Seventy patients… CONTINUE READING

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