Skip to main page content
Access keys NCBI Homepage MyNCBI Homepage Main Content Main Navigation

Search Page

MyNCBI Filters
Results by year

Table representation of search results timeline featuring number of search results per year.

Year Number of Results
1986 1
1987 5
1988 10
1989 11
1990 10
1991 12
1992 8
1993 11
1994 10
1995 6
1996 13
1997 2
1998 6
1999 10
2000 6
2001 6
2002 6
2003 5
2004 9
2005 14
2006 14
2007 27
2008 16
2009 19
2010 17
2011 22
2012 17
2013 27
2014 23
2015 23
2016 18
2017 26
2018 14
2019 7
2020 0
Text availability
Article attribute
Article type
Publication date

Search Results

387 results
Results by year
Filters applied: . Clear all
Page 1
Assessment of pain in the elderly: A literature review.
Kim YS, et al. Natl Med J India 2017 - Review. PMID 29162753 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Pain perception is highly subjective, and effective pain management can be challenging in the elderly. We aimed to identify a set of practical measures that could be used to assess pain in elderly patients with or without cognitive impairment, as the first step towards effectively managing their pain. ...The Abbey pain scale, Doloplus-2, Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia scale, Pain Assessment Checklist for Seniors with Limited Ability to Communicate, Checklist of Nonverbal Pain Indicators, Pain Assessment for the Dementing Elderly rating tool and the Clinical Utility of the CNA Pain Assessment Tool are used in elderly patients with cognitive impairment. ...
BACKGROUND: Pain perception is highly subjective, and effective pain management can be challenging in the elderly. We aimed to …
A Systematic Review of Devices and Techniques that Objectively Measure Patients' Pain.
Wagemakers SH, et al. Pain Physician 2019. PMID 30700064 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Assessment of pain is important in daily clinical practice and as an endpoint in clinical studies. Because pain perception is highly subjective, pain measurement is complex. ...Further limitations include the heterogeneity of studies found in both the types of pain measured as in outcome measures presented. ...
BACKGROUND: Assessment of pain is important in daily clinical practice and as an endpoint in clinical studies. Because pain pe …
Quality Improvement Project: Replacing the Numeric Rating Scale with a Clinically Aligned Pain Assessment (CAPA) Tool.
Topham D and Drew D. Pain Manag Nurs 2017 - Review. PMID 28843633
CAPA is a multifaceted pain assessment tool that was adopted at a large tertiary Midwest hospital to replace the numeric scale for adult patients who could self-report their pain experience. ...Patient reports that "staff did everything to manage pain" had the biggest gains and were sustained for more than 2 years. The CAPA tool meets regulatory requirements for pain assessment....
CAPA is a multifaceted pain assessment tool that was adopted at a large tertiary Midwest hospital to replace the numeric scale for ad …
Digital Pain Drawings Can Improve Doctors' Understanding of Acute Pain Patients: Survey and Pain Drawing Analysis.
Shaballout N, et al. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019. PMID 30632970 Free PMC article.
METHODS: We obtained electronic PDs from 47 inpatients in acute pain situations before their consultation with a pain specialist on a tablet personal computer with a stylus. ...Similarities and differences of patients' and doctors' PDs were assessed by visual inspection and by calculating Jaccard index and intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) of the pain area and the number of pain clusters. ...
METHODS: We obtained electronic PDs from 47 inpatients in acute pain situations before their consultation with a pain speciali …
Pain assessment in paediatric intensive care: the Italian COMFORT behaviour scale.
Fagioli D, et al. Nurs Child Young People 2018. PMID 30457241
BACKGROUND: Assessment of pain in paediatric intensive care units (PICUs) is crucial to minimise the risks of inadequate sedation. ...CONCLUSION: The Italian version of the CBS proved to be valid and reproducible for the objective measurement of pain and distress in a wide age range of patients admitted to PICUs....
BACKGROUND: Assessment of pain in paediatric intensive care units (PICUs) is crucial to minimise the risks of inadequate sedation. .. …
The Rotterdam Elderly Pain Observation Scale (REPOS) is reliable and valid for non-communicative end-of-life patients.
Masman AD, et al. BMC Palliat Care 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29466977 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: In palliative care, administration of opioids is often indispensable for pain treatment. Pain assessment may help recognize pain and guide treatment in non-communicative patients. ...Its application may be of additional value to relieve suffering, including pain, in palliative care....
BACKGROUND: In palliative care, administration of opioids is often indispensable for pain treatment. Pain assessment may help …
Leveraging Interactive Patient Care Technology to Improve Pain Management Engagement.
Rao-Gupta S, et al. Pain Manag Nurs 2018. PMID 29249621
BACKGROUND: Most children experience pain in hospitals; and their parents report dissatisfaction with how well pain was managed. Engaging patients and families in the development and evaluation of pain treatment plans may improve perceptions of pain management and hospital experiences. ...
BACKGROUND: Most children experience pain in hospitals; and their parents report dissatisfaction with how well pain was manage …
The visual analogue thermometer and the graphic numeric rating scale: a comparison of self-report instruments for pain measurement in adults with burns.
de Jong AE, et al. Burns 2015. PMID 25262546
To evaluate the adequacy of pain management in burn care, pain measurement is essential. The visual analogue thermometer (VAT) and graphic numeric rating scale (GNRS) are frequently used self-report instruments for burn pain. ...VAT scores were lower than GNRS scores for all pain types (p<0.01). Both scales could differentiate background from procedural pain: procedural pain was higher (p<0.01). ...
To evaluate the adequacy of pain management in burn care, pain measurement is essential. The visual analogue thermomete …
An improvement of mechanical pain sensitivity measurement method: the smaller sized probes may detect heterogeneous sensory threshold in healthy male subjects.
Duan G, et al. Pain Med 2014. PMID 24118900
OBJECTIVE: On the basis of our experience in the application of the mechanical algometer and a number of pilot experiments, we speculated that 0.1- and 0.01-cm(2) probes might improve the measurement of mechanical pain sensitivity relative to the conventional 1-cm(2) probe. ...OUTCOME MEASURES: We compared the qualities of stimulus-evoked pain, test stability, the measuring time, the subjects' acceptance level of the procedure, the validity of pain measurement, and the arduousness of the task for the investigator among the three different size probes. ...
OBJECTIVE: On the basis of our experience in the application of the mechanical algometer and a number of pilot experiments, we speculated th …
Measurement of pain: the psychometric properties of the Pain-O-Meter, a simple, inexpensive pain assessment tool that could change health care practices.
Gaston-Johansson F. J Pain Symptom Manage 1996. PMID 8804090 Free article.
The POM is a hard, white, plastic tool that measures 8-in. long by 2-in. wide and 1-in. thick. Two methods for assessing pain are located on the POM. ...The use of a pain tool, such as the POM, could improve patient care by facilitating the documentation of pain and evaluation of pain relief measures....
The POM is a hard, white, plastic tool that measures 8-in. long by 2-in. wide and 1-in. thick. Two methods for assessing pain
387 results
Jump to page
Feedback