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Pain in Children

Pain in Children Chapter 5 CONTENTS Prevalence of Pain in Children Children's Perspective on Pain Understamding of Pain Experiences Associated with Pain Assessment of Children's Pain Approaches to Assessing Children's Pain Adequacy of Methods for Measuring Children's Pain Salient Factors for Assessing Children's Pain Management of Children's Pain Pharmacological Managemeni Nonpharmucolog ical Management Child Management of Pain Salient Faciors for Managing Pain State of Knowledge Development and Recommendations Research on pain in children began in the early 1970s. The few studies on children's pain published in the 1970s primarily represented the efforts of nurses. Schulu (1971), Eland (1974, 1976, cited in Eland & Anderson, 19771, Hester ( 1979, and Saveda ( 1976) addressed issues related to chil- dren's pain: children's understanding and perceptions of pain, children's coping strategies during painful episodes, measurement of pain through self- report and behavioral observation, and postoptive analgesic use. These studies in addition to some unpublished work by nurses (e.g., Alyea, 1978; Hester, Davis, Hanson, & Hassanein, 1978; Loebach, 1979; Molsberry, 19791, formed the basis for the proliferation of research during the 1980s. During the 1980s researchers from other discip1ine.s joined with nurse re- searchers in strengthening the knowledge base regarding pain in children. This chapter presents http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.11.1.105
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Chapter 5 CONTENTS Prevalence of Pain in Children Children's Perspective on Pain Understamding of Pain Experiences Associated with Pain Assessment of Children's Pain Approaches to Assessing Children's Pain Adequacy of Methods for Measuring Children's Pain Salient Factors for Assessing Children's Pain Management of Children's Pain Pharmacological Managemeni Nonpharmucolog ical Management Child Management of Pain Salient Faciors for Managing Pain State of Knowledge Development and Recommendations Research on pain in children began in the early 1970s. The few studies on children's pain published in the 1970s primarily represented the efforts of nurses. Schulu (1971), Eland (1974, 1976, cited in Eland & Anderson, 19771, Hester ( 1979, and Saveda ( 1976) addressed issues related to chil- dren's pain: children's understanding and perceptions of pain, children's coping strategies during painful episodes, measurement of pain through self- report and behavioral observation, and postoptive analgesic use. These studies in addition to some unpublished work by nurses (e.g., Alyea, 1978; Hester, Davis, Hanson, & Hassanein, 1978; Loebach, 1979; Molsberry, 19791, formed the basis for the proliferation of research during the 1980s. During the 1980s researchers from other discip1ine.s joined with nurse re- searchers in strengthening the knowledge base regarding pain in children. This chapter presents

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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