Measurement of pain-like response to various NICU stimulants for high-risk infants.
- Published Article
Early Human Development
- Publication Date
Apr 01, 2007
Full-term infants tended to express more distinct pain-like responses to invasive procedures or direct contacts than premature infants did. However, PIPP may be more sensitive to evaluate the negative effects of environmental auditory stimulants, particularly for premature infants receiving neonatal intensive care. Further study to refine these instruments may increase the clinical feasibility of pain measurements in high-risk infants.
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