Epidemiology of Pain in the Delivery Room

2017-02-17 13:23:21 | BioPortfolio


The nociceptif system of the newborn child is functional from 22 to 23 weeks of pregnancy. During the delivery the baby is exposed to multiple exterior factors and he is capable to memorize the pain .Recent epidemiologic studies showed that the coverage of pain was insuffcient and also an increase of analgesic means. Normally the pain coverage have to be managed and group every painful gesture. In fact all these recommandations are not followed by medical team.

The aim of the study is to evaluate the prevalence of this type of pain as to set up an adequate coverage.

Study Design


New Born Child Pain


Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph


Not yet recruiting


Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph

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