Pediatric Pain Management

Paperback | May 31, 1999

byLynnda M. Dahlquist

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This much needed text presents a hypothesistesting framework for conceptualizing pain problems in children to guide the practitioner through the process of developing an individualized pain assessment and treatment plan. While other texts mainly stress scholarly reviews of the literature, Pediatric Pain Management explains how one can integrate the existing literature into an evaluation and treatment plan specific to the individual child. The book is illustrated with extensive case examples and research findings, structured worksheets, and detailed practical suggestions.

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This much needed text presents a hypothesistesting framework for conceptualizing pain problems in children to guide the practitioner through the process of developing an individualized pain assessment and treatment plan. While other texts mainly stress scholarly reviews of the literature, Pediatric Pain Management explains how ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:196 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:May 31, 1999Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306460858

ISBN - 13:9780306460852

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction. 2. Evaluating Pain in Children. 3. Generating Hypotheses Regarding Physical Contributors to the Child's Pain. 4. Generating Hypotheses Regarding Cognitive and Emotional Contributors to the Child's Pain. 5. Generating Hypotheses Regarding Behavioral Contributors to the Child's Pain. 6. Developing an Evaluation Plan. 7. Measuring the Child's Pain. 8. Testing Hypotheses Regarding Physical Contributors to the Child's Pain. 9. Testing Hypotheses Regarding Cognitive and Emotional Contributors to the Child's Pain. 10. Testing Hypotheses Regarding Behavioral Contributors to the Child's Pain. 11. Treating Physical Contributors to the Child's Pain. 12. Treating Cognitive and Emotional Contributors to the Child's Pain. 13. Treating Behavioral Contributors to the Child's Pain. 14. Implementing the Pain Management Program. 15. Concluding Comments. References. Appendices: A. Generating Hypotheses/Evaluation Planning Worksheet. B. Treatment Planning Worksheet. C. Peer Interaction Record (PIR). D. Selected Reading. Index.