PAIN MANAGEMENT AND NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALGESIA IN PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES
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Keywords

FEA in anesthesiology
resuscitation and pain therapy.
Sub-specialized in pain therapy

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Rodríguez Solano, M., & Rodríguez Solano, L. (2021). PAIN MANAGEMENT AND NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALGESIA IN PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES. Journal of Childhood and Health, 3(1), 7. Retrieved from http://rinsad.uca.es/ojs3/index.php/rinsad/article/view/47

Abstract

Pain is defined as all those unpleasant emotional and sensory experiences associated with actual or potential tissue damage (International Association for the Study of Pain, IASP). The experience of pain begins from the moment children go to the emergency room: the very discomfort of the disease itself, the fear of the unknown, physical exploration and of course, the completion of complementary examinations. Also, this fear is increased if, at any time, they have to be separated from their parents. This allows us to see the importance of the humanization of these procedures.

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