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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)
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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 Lego Pain Assessment Tool
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#Diagnosis #Peds #Pediatrics #Lego #VisualAnalog #PainScale #VAS #Asssement 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