Impact of an Educational Video on Children's Pain Scores

08:00 EDT 18 May 2018 | Medscape

A video presenting a simple mnemonic was found to significantly reduce toddler pain after vaccination and increase parental use of rocking and physical comforting. Did it fare as well with infants?
Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Original Article: Impact of an Educational Video on Children's Pain Scores


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