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Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

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Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

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For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth

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Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

Opioids- Information for Clinicians

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Bottom Line Recommenation: Optimal pain relief for pediatric MSK injury.  (2015)

Bottom Line Recommenation: Optimal pain relief for pediatric MSK injury.

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Korownyk C, Young J, Michael Allan G

Korownyk C, Young J, Michael Allan G

Evidence suggests that ibuprofen provides better single-agent relief than acetaminophen or codeine, and is at least equivalent to both acetaminophen with codeine and morphine for acute injury pain, with fewer adverse events.

Dosing Chart: Analgesic starting dosages for children  (2012)

Dosing Chart: Analgesic starting dosages for children

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World Health Organization

World Health Organization

Analgesic starting doses for children.

Chart: WHO pain wall chart for waiting rooms  (2012)

Chart: WHO pain wall chart for waiting rooms

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World Health Organization

World Health Organization

Is your child in pain? The doctor can help. As for pain treatment!

Measurement Tool: Faces Pain Scale - Revised for children 4 years of age and older  (2001)

Measurement Tool: Faces Pain Scale - Revised for children 4 years of age and older

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International Association for the Study of Pain

International Association for the Study of Pain

Scores are from the left to the right (for the child): 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (0 for no pain at all and 10 for very, very much in pain).

Recommandations de Base: Prise en charge de la douleur  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Prise en charge de la douleur

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Ali, S, Drendel A and TREKK Network

Ali, S, Drendel A and TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour la prise en charge de la douleur aigüe chez l’enfant. Publiée en ligne juillet 2018, v2.0 mai 2021.

 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

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Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

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For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Prise en charge de la douleur  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Prise en charge de la douleur

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Ali, S, Drendel A and TREKK Network

Ali, S, Drendel A and TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour la prise en charge de la douleur aigüe chez l’enfant. Publiée en ligne juillet 2018, v2.0 mai 2021.

 

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth

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Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

Opioids- Information for Clinicians

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Bottom Line Recommenation: Optimal pain relief for pediatric MSK injury.  (2015)

Bottom Line Recommenation: Optimal pain relief for pediatric MSK injury.

Visit

Korownyk C, Young J, Michael Allan G

Korownyk C, Young J, Michael Allan G

Evidence suggests that ibuprofen provides better single-agent relief than acetaminophen or codeine, and is at least equivalent to both acetaminophen with codeine and morphine for acute injury pain, with fewer adverse events.

Dosing Chart: Analgesic starting dosages for children  (2012)

Dosing Chart: Analgesic starting dosages for children

Visit

World Health Organization

World Health Organization

Analgesic starting doses for children.

Chart: WHO pain wall chart for waiting rooms  (2012)

Chart: WHO pain wall chart for waiting rooms

Visit

World Health Organization

World Health Organization

Is your child in pain? The doctor can help. As for pain treatment!

Measurement Tool: Faces Pain Scale - Revised for children 4 years of age and older  (2001)

Measurement Tool: Faces Pain Scale - Revised for children 4 years of age and older

Visit

International Association for the Study of Pain

International Association for the Study of Pain

Scores are from the left to the right (for the child): 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (0 for no pain at all and 10 for very, very much in pain).


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