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Pain Assessment Mnemonic: "OPQRSTU"
<BR>O: Onset
<BR>P: Provoking or Palliating Factors
<BR>Q: Quality
<BR>R: Region & Radiation
<BR>S: Severity
<BR>T: Time & For children greater than one year who are preverbal, a well performing scale is the FLACC The Baker-Wong FACES Pain Rating scale (Figure 1) was developed with feedback from children and has Neonatal Infant Pain Scale (NIPS)
For infants less than one year of age, the Neonatal Infant Pain CRIES is a 10-point scale, using a physiologic basis similar to APGAR: Crying; Requires increased oxygen Assessing Pain - Kids <4 Years: Very limited communication; Can use the FLACC Scale (Faces, Legs, Kids 4 – 8 Years: Use pain scales with visual cues (Personally I like the OUCHER