5 edition of Pain in Children found in the catalog.
December 22, 1989
by The Guilford Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||466|
The new guidelines on Persisting pain in children are the first of a series of three guidelines documents on all types of pain in both adults and children. This package consists of four publications and four tools: WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses. By Jennifer Kilgore, Columnist. It’s not often that children’s books and chronic pain cross paths, but that is exactly what has happened in Noah the Narwhal, a new book from author Judith Klausner and illustrator Sarah Gould.. I was introduced to Judith by my old law school roommate, who was teaching a course at Boston University on anthropology and .
This article discusses why assessing pain in children is important, identifies best practice with reference to current guidelines, outlines the strategies that can be used to assess children’s pain and describes pain assessment tools for different ages and cognitive abilities. This is the first of three articles on how to manage pain in children. In this powerful workbook for teens, pediatric pain specialist Rachel Zoffness offers evidence-based strategies to help you turn the volume down on chronic pain and illness and get back to living your life. Living with chronic pain and illness can be difficult, scary, and sometimes lonely.
ABCs of Pain Management Recommended by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), USA A-Ask about pain pain systematically. B-Believe the patient and family in their reports of pain and what relieves it. C-Choose pain control options appropriate for the patient, family, and setting. D-Deliver interventions in a timely, logical, coordinated fashion. The Oxford Textbook of Paediatric Pain brings together an international team of experts to provide an authoritative and comprehensive textbook on all aspects of pain in infants, children and youth. Divided into nine sections, the textbook analyses pain as a multifactorial problem to give the reader a comprehensive understanding of this challenging subject.
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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents provides a practical guide for implementing cognitive-behavioral therapy (Cbt) for children and their families coping with the consequences of persisting pain. The book is divided into three sections.
The first section presents a brief history, theoretical foundations Cited by: This book contains the following: • Offers specific strategies to take control of the pain—regardless of cause(s.) • Guides you in understanding pain in general as well as specific pain conditions. • Explores how children express pain and how to interpret what they say.
• Provides sage advice from top pain professionals in the world/5(4). "The book is a comprehensive and practical guide to the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic pain conditions in children.
Each chapter is well organized and ends with useful summaries of take-home points. Pain in Children does an excellent job of highlighting the enormous effect pain can have on the child and the family.
Assessing and Evaluating Pain in Children. Evaluating pain entails much more than merely quantifying it. In infants, children, and adolescents, assessment of pain should include a thorough biopsychosocial history, review of systems, and physical examination (these usually are obtained from parents in the case of infants and nonverbal children).
Research highlighting the context of chronic pain has moved them away from a mind-body dichotomy and toward an integrated, holistic perspective that leads to substantial improvement in children’s adaptive functioning as well as subjective discomfort.
This book covers these topics and is intended for anyone who provides medical care to children. 4 INTRODUCTION Pain, Pain Go Away was written to teach parents about pain in children and to help them to ask for better care for their child.
Parents are important because they are experts on their child’s pain and the best advocates for their own child. Causes and types of pain in children with cancer.
In developed countries, most cancer pain in children is related to diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and treatment. Tumour-related pain often occurs at diagnosis, particularly when disease recurs and also occurs when the child's cancer is resistant to treatment.
Because pain is unique to each person, a child’s pain can’t be measured with a lab test or imaging study. Healthcare providers can evaluate pain by observing a child and asking about it. There are a number of tools and methods available to help assess pain in children.
Pain may be acute or chronic. Providing an evidence-based, practical guide to care in all areas of childrens pain management, Managing Pain in Children offers nurses and other healthcare professionals an introduction to the skills and expertise to manage childrens pain effectively. This fully-updated second edition first explores the relevant anatomy and physiology of children, the latest policy guidelines surrounding pain.
Feb. 3, -- A backpack loaded with books may set your child up for spine strain rather than success. A new study shows heavy backpacks place significant strain on children's spines and may. A headache is one of the most common complaints of children and teenagers.
Fussiness, crankiness and not being able to sleep may be the only signs of head pain in children who are too young to tell you where they hurt.
There are many different types of headaches. Each may be treated differently. Pain perception in children is complex, and is often difficult to assess.
In addition, pain management in children is not always optimized in various healthcare settings, including emergency departments. A review of pain assessment scales that can be used in children across all ages, and a discussion of the importance of pain in control and distraction.
This book describes the inpatient treatment programme of one of the world’s largest treatment facility for chronic pain in children, The German Paediatric Pain Centre. It includes many examples of pain management and health care from clinical practice.
OCLC Number: Notes: "August " Description: xii, pages illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The undertreatment of pain in children: an overview / Neil L. Schechter --The neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neurochemistry of pain, stress, and analgesia in newborns and chlidren / K.J.S.
Anand, D.B. Carr --Developmental and psychological factors in children's pain. Backpacks and Back Pain Among Kids and Teens. Importantly, pediatricians are starting to see a new form of injury in school-age children and teens become more common: overuse injuries and back strain caused by carrying back packs that are too heavy.
All children have a right to appropriate prevention, assessment and control of their pain. Managing Pain in Children is an evidence-based, practical guide to care in all areas of children's pain management, providing nurses and other health care practitioners with the skills and expertise necessary to manage children's pain effectively.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Patricia A McGrath. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. The Multidimensional Nature of Children's Pain Experiences.
Pain Assessment in Infants and Children. The Plasticity and Complexity of. In general, the management of specific conditions in HIV-infected children is similar to that in other children (see Chapters 3–7).
Most infections in HIV-positive children are caused by the same pathogens as in HIV-negative children, although they may be more frequent, more severe and occur repeatedly.
Some, infections, however, are due to unusual pathogens. The way children remember pain is an underlying factor "We've discovered that the way children are remembering their pain is an underlying factor in the development of chronic pain," Noel explains. The Best Children’s Books About the Hospital or Doctor Even though it’s been months since she’s seen the inside of a hospital, our daughter is still constantly processing her feelings and anxiety after being hospitalized last summer, and it seems like it will be ongoing as she grows older and continues to see doctors and specialists.
Children and adults react differently when it comes to pain. It can be hard for adults to recognize children's pain. Kids often will sleep, play, and function normally even though they are in pain.
Low back pain in school-aged children is a common occurrence, and the prevalence of low back pain increases once children reach school age -- one percent at age seven years; six percent at age is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians.
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