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Neonatal and infant pain assessment 

Neonatal and infant pain assessment
Neonatal and infant pain assessment

Grace Y. Lee

and Bonnie J. Stevens

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date: 16 September 2021

This chapter encompasses: (1) the conceptualization of infant pain within a particular biopsychosocial and developmental context; (2) a comprehensive evaluation of existing neonatal/infant pain assessment measures and indicators (e.g. biomarkers and cortical indicators); (3) integration of recommendations on pain assessment measures and practices within clinical practice guidelines, policies, and procedures; and (4) challenges associated with neonatal and infant pain assessment in terms of research, clinical and knowledge translation (KT) issues.

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