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Pain and Your Child or Teen (Citations)

Literature Cited:

[1] Lynch M.  Pain: the fifth vital sign. Comprehensive assessment leads to proper treatment.  Adv Nurse Pract. 2001 Nov;9(11):28-36.

[2] Chambliss CR, Heggen J, Copelan DN, Pettignano R. The assessment and management of chronic pain in children.  Paediatr Drugs. 2002;4(11):737-46.

[3] Rusy LM, Weisman SJ. Complementary therapies for acute pediatric pain management.  Pediatr Clin North Am. 47(2000):589-99.

[4] Cohen LL, Bernard RS, Greco LA, McClellan CB. A child-focused intervention for coping with procedural pain: are parent and nurse coaches necessary? J Pediatr Psychol. 2002 Dec;27(8):749-57.

[5] Zeltzer LK, Tsao JC, Stelling C, Powers M, Levy S, Waterhouse M.  A phase I study on the feasibility and acceptability of an acupuncture/hypnosis intervention for chronic pediatric pain.  J Pain Symptom Manage. 24(2002):437-46.

[6] Kemper KJ, Sarah R, Silver-Highfield E, Xiarhos E, Barnes L, Berde C. On pins and needles? Pediatric pain patients' experience with acupuncture.  Pediatrics. 2000 Apr;105(4 Pt 2):941-7.

[7] Favara-Scacco C. Smirne G. Schiliro G. Di Cataldo A.  Art therapy as support for children with leukemia during painful procedures.  Medical & Pediatric Oncology. 36(4):474-80, 2001 April.

Written and compiled by Kyla Boyse, R.N.  Reviewed by faculty and staff at the University of Michigan

January 2007

U-M Health System Related Sites:
Department of Psychiatry
U-M Pediatrics

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