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Nurses’ understanding of pediatric pain assessment
Multiple barriers infringe on adequate pain management in pediatric patients. Effective pain management includes proper identification through use of pain scales, adequate education on usage of pain scales, and prompt ...
Developing a Nitrous Oxide Program Proposal for the Pediatric Patient in the Outpatient Setting
Medical procedures and the healthcare setting can be anxiety provoking and difficult experiences for the pediatric patient. Healthcare workers have the opportunity to promote positive experiences in the healthcare setting ...
Pain Agent Use With Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Insertion in Children
The distress from peripheral intravenous catheter (PIV) insertion is often the worst part of a child's hospitalization. The adverse effects of PIV insertion include patient anxiety, parent anxiety, needle-phobia, and nurse ...