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Clinical Practice Guideline: Relief of pain and anxiety in pediatric patients in emergency medical systems

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Fein JA, Zempsky WT, Cravero JP, Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine an...

Control of pain and stress for children is a vital component of emergency medical care. Timely administration of analgesia affects the entire emergency medical experience and can have a lasting effect on a childs and familys reaction to current and future medical care. A systematic approach to pain management and anxiolysis, including staff education and protocol development, can provide comfort to children in the emergency setting and improve staff and family satisfaction.

Clinical Practice Guideline: WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses

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World Health Organization

These guidelines address the pharmacological management of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses. As such, they replace the previous guidelines, Cancer pain relief and palliative care in children, which exclusively covered cancer pain. They include several clinical recommendations, including a new two-step approach of pharmacological treatment. The guidelines also point to the necessary policy changes required and highlight future priority areas of research.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Persisting pain in children: Highlights for pharmacists extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses

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World Health Organization

The brochure Persisting pain in children for pharmacists offers concise information which is extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses (1) unless otherwise stated. These new WHO guidelines outline basic principles, clinical recommendations and health system recommendations. This brochure highlights selected issues which are essential for pharmacists.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Guideline for Pain Assessment and Management in Neonates

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SickKids

All neonates in the NICU will have standard assessments of pain, which include PIPP scores for preterm and term infants less than 2 months of age, and FLACC scores for preterm and term infants who are more than 2 months of age.

Clincial Practice Guideline: Optimizing the treatment of pain in patients with acute presentations

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American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN), Emergency Nurses Associ...

Management of pain is an essential nursing and physician responsibility. This joint position statement describes recommendations for improving pain management in health care settings.

Clincial Practice Guideline: The recognition and assessment of acute pain in children

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Royal College of Nursing

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has previously produced a guideline on the Assessment of acute pain in children (2000). This guideline examined when pain in children should be assessed and by whom, and the use of scales and other tools that can be used to facilitate the assessment of childrens pain.

Clinical Practice Guideline: The assessment and management of acute pain in infants, children, and adolescents

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American Academy of Pediatrics

Pediatricians are responsible for eliminating or assuaging pain and suffering in children when possible. To accomplish this, pediatricians need to expand their knowledge, use appropriate assessment tools and techniques, anticipate painful experiences and intervene accordingly, use a multimodal approach to pain management, use a multidisciplinary approach when possible, involve families, and advocate for the use of effective pain management in children.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Relief of pain and anxiety in pediatric patients in emergency medical systems

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Fein JA, Zempsky WT, Cravero JP, Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine an...

Control of pain and stress for children is a vital component of emergency medical care. Timely administration of analgesia affects the entire emergency medical experience and can have a lasting effect on a childs and familys reaction to current and future medical care. A systematic approach to pain management and anxiolysis, including staff education and protocol development, can provide comfort to children in the emergency setting and improve staff and family satisfaction.

Clinical Practice Guideline: WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses

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World Health Organization

These guidelines address the pharmacological management of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses. As such, they replace the previous guidelines, Cancer pain relief and palliative care in children, which exclusively covered cancer pain. They include several clinical recommendations, including a new two-step approach of pharmacological treatment. The guidelines also point to the necessary policy changes required and highlight future priority areas of research.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Persisting pain in children: Highlights for pharmacists extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses

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World Health Organization

The brochure Persisting pain in children for pharmacists offers concise information which is extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses (1) unless otherwise stated. These new WHO guidelines outline basic principles, clinical recommendations and health system recommendations. This brochure highlights selected issues which are essential for pharmacists.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Guideline for Pain Assessment and Management in Neonates

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SickKids

All neonates in the NICU will have standard assessments of pain, which include PIPP scores for preterm and term infants less than 2 months of age, and FLACC scores for preterm and term infants who are more than 2 months of age.

Clincial Practice Guideline: Optimizing the treatment of pain in patients with acute presentations

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American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN), Emergency Nurses Associ...

Management of pain is an essential nursing and physician responsibility. This joint position statement describes recommendations for improving pain management in health care settings.

Clincial Practice Guideline: The recognition and assessment of acute pain in children

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Royal College of Nursing

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has previously produced a guideline on the Assessment of acute pain in children (2000). This guideline examined when pain in children should be assessed and by whom, and the use of scales and other tools that can be used to facilitate the assessment of childrens pain.

Clinical Practice Guideline: The assessment and management of acute pain in infants, children, and adolescents

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American Academy of Pediatrics

Pediatricians are responsible for eliminating or assuaging pain and suffering in children when possible. To accomplish this, pediatricians need to expand their knowledge, use appropriate assessment tools and techniques, anticipate painful experiences and intervene accordingly, use a multimodal approach to pain management, use a multidisciplinary approach when possible, involve families, and advocate for the use of effective pain management in children.