Providing an evidence–based, practical guide to care in all areas of children′s pain management, Managing Pain in Children offers nurses and other healthcare professionals an introduction to the skills and expertise to manage children′s pain effectively. This fully–updated second edition first explores the relevant anatomy and physiology of children, the latest policy guidelines surrounding pain management and ethical issues involved in managing children′s pain. Various pain assessment tools available for children and non–drug methods of pain relief are then explored and applied to practice in relation to acute pain, chronic pain, palliative care and the management of procedural pain. The evidence base, assessment techniques, pain–relieving interventions, and guidance for best practice in both hospital and community settings are covered throughout, making this title an ideal resource for all nurses and healthcare professionals working with children.
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
December 13, 2013
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