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Pain in children: specific aspects


, : Pain in children: specific aspects. La Revue du Praticien 44(14): 1925-1931

Childhood pain is still poorly understood, neglected and undertreated. The neurophysiological mechanisms of nociception exist before birth. The experience of pain develops during childhood. Its symptomatology has been detailed: sharp emotional reactions and signs of stress during acute pain, antalgic posture, psychomotor atony and denial when pain is prolonged. Specific tools for evaluation are available. Treatment generally calls for the use of peripheral analgesics, and increased intensity of pain can require administration of morphine.

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