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, 11 (5), 341-50

Pain Scales in Children: A Review

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Pain Scales in Children: A Review

R D Hain. Palliat Med.

Abstract

This is a review of tools that have been developed to assess pain in children, with a brief evaluation of their practicality and validity. There are some suggestions for the direction of future research in the development and use of the scales.

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