Pediatric Pain Management: Treating Pediatric Pain

Pediatric pain can be difficult to manage for many healthcare providers, which can lead to undertreatment. There is a common misconception that children experience pain in the same way as adults, but this has been challenged. Nonetheless, the pain must be understood in order for it to be treated or alleviated in any way. Healthcare providers must do all that they can to help pediatric patients describe the pain, so that it can be effectively treated.

The Pediatric Pain Management series has been updated with a new look and feel. This program provides healthcare personnel with the necessary techniques to utilize when treating pediatric pain, as well as working with children to explain it.


After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Compare and contrast the different types of non-pharmacological pain treatments
  • Recommend pharmacological pain treatments best for pediatric patients of all ages
  • Define cognitive, behavioral, and physical interventions as non-pharmacological therapies for pain
  • Explain the three-step analgesic ladder for the management of cancer pain
  • Identify techniques to manage different types of pain
DVD available closed captioned.
Price: $315.00 USD

Product ID: MED213
Media: DVD
Year: 2017
Duration: 12:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Pain Management, Pediatric Care
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