+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

The impact of educational intervention programs on pain management in a pediatric emergency department

, : The impact of educational intervention programs on pain management in a pediatric emergency department. Biomedicine & PharmacoTherapy 60(7): 299-302

Management of pain and anxiety is an important part of patient care in the pediatric emergency department (ED). Even though it has improved significantly over the past few years, it is still suboptimal. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of infort-nal and formal education on pain and anxiety management in the pediatric ED.


PMID: 16842965

DOI: 10.1016/j.biopha.2006.06.013

Other references

Ueda, T.; Tsukamoto, E.; Watanabe, K.; Shinomiya, S.; Matsumoto, T.; Okazaki, K., 2002: Problems regarding palliative home care for end-stage cancer patients after the enforcement of the care insurance system. Since in a home care nurse station the arrangement of personnel is planned to carry out patient's home care in accordance with the individual patient's Care Plan, to provide palliative home care to end-stage cancer patients who frequentl...

Hillaire Marcel Claude; de Vernal Anne, 1987: Isotopic tracing of meltwater in the Baffin Bay and the Labrador Sea in the last glacial cycle. Annales de l'ACFAS 55: 180

Stewart, G.A.; Simpson, R.J.; Thomas, W.R.; Turner, K.J., 1987: Physicochemical characterization of a major protein allergen, Der p I, from the house dust mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus. Amino acid analysis and circular dichroism studies. A major house dust mite allergen, Der p I, was isolated from spent medium and physicochemically characterized. These studies showed that the allergen is monomeric, contains approximately 216 residues and 4 intra-chain disulphide bonds. The N-termi...

Saleem Z.A., 1977: Road salts and quality of ground-water from a dolomite aquifer in the Chicago area. Pages 364-368 1977

Felix, R.A.; Vonderschen, K.; Berrebi, A.S.; Magnusson, A.K., 2013: Development of on-off spiking in superior paraolivary nucleus neurons of the mouse. The superior paraolivary nucleus (SPON) is a prominent cell group in the auditory brain stem that has been increasingly implicated in representing temporal sound structure. Although SPON neurons selectively respond to acoustic signals important fo...

Terrill, S.W.; Krider, J.L.; Carroll, W.E.; Hamilton, T.S., 1949: Effect of thiouracil on rate and efficiency of gains of swine. Forty-one Duroc barrows were used in a series of paired-feeding tests of 6 wks. duration to determine the opt. level of thiouracil to include in the ration of fattening swine weighing 140-180 lbs. initially. In the 1st test, 0.2% thiouracil produc...

Hun Lee, J.; Won, S.; Stein, D.G., 2016: Progesterone attenuates thrombin-induced endothelial barrier disruption in the brain endothelial cell line bEnd.3: The role of tight junction proteins and the endothelial protein C receptor. This study examines the effects of progesterone on blood-brain barrier (BBB) integrity following thrombin administration. Thrombin is expressed in many diseases which affect neural tissue and is associated with breakdown of the BBB. Progesterone h...

Tani, Yukinori; Soma, Mitsuyuki; Harsanyi, Etelka-Graf; Umezawa, Yoshio, 1999: Effect of dissolved oxygen on the response of Cu(II) ion-selective electrodes in metal buffer solutions. Effects of dissolved oxygen on the potentiometric responses of precipitate based CuS/Ag2S and CuS, and mineral CuS membranes in metal buffer solutions were investigated. Potentiometric responses of CuS/Ag2S membranes to concentration (activity) of...

Baume, P., 1996: Death and medicine. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine 26(4): 552-553

Hawn, M.T., 2011: Surgical registries: Effective, but how to pay for them?: Comment on "More recurrences after hernia mesh fixation with short-term absorbable sutures". Archives of Surgery 146(1): 17-17