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COnsensus on Pediatric Pain in the Emergency Room: the COPPER project, issued by 17 Italian scientific societies

Title :
COnsensus on Pediatric Pain in the Emergency Room: the COPPER project, issued by 17 Italian scientific societies
Authors :
Franca Benini
Ilaria Corsini
Emanuele Castagno
Davide Silvagni
Annunziata Lucarelli
Luca Giacomelli
Angela Amigoni
Gina Ancora
Marinella Astuto
Fabio Borrometi
Rosa Maria Casilli
Elena Chiappini
Renato Cutrera
Arianna De Matteis
Giuseppe di Mauro
Anna Musolino
Andrea Fabbri
Federica Ferrero
Martina Fornaro
Michele Gangemi
Paola Lago
Francesco Macrì
Luca Manfredini
Luigi Memo
Annamaria Minicucci
Paolo Petralia
Nicola Pinelli
Roberto Antonucci
Silvia Tajè
Emiliano Tizi
Leo Venturelli
Stefania Zampogna
Antonio F. Urbino
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Subject Terms :
Pediatric pain
Emergency department
Law 38/2010
Pediatrics
RJ1-570
Source :
Italian Journal of Pediatrics, Vol 46, Iss 1, Pp 1-3 (2020)
Publisher :
BMC, 2020.
Publication Year :
2020
Collection :
LCC:Pediatrics
Document Type :
article
File Description :
electronic resource
Language :
English
ISSN :
1824-7288
Relation :
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s13052-020-00858-9; https://doaj.org/toc/1824-7288
DOI :
10.1186/s13052-020-00858-9
Access URL :
https://doaj.org/article/40e9cd7e501e4d7a98ce6ccad1e42884
Accession Number :
edsdoj.40e9cd7e501e4d7a98ce6ccad1e42884
Academic Journal
Abstract In the pediatric setting, management of pain in the emergency department – and even in common care – is a challenging exercise, due to the complexity of the pediatric patient, poor specific training of many physicians, and scant resources. A joint effort of several Italian societies involved in pediatrics or in pain management has led to the definition of the PIPER group and the COPPER project. By applying a modified Delphi method, the COPPER project resulted in the definition of 10 fundamental statements. These may represent the basis for improving the correct management of children pain in the emergency department.
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