The pain experience of children with leukemia during the first year after diagnosis

Title

The pain experience of children with leukemia during the first year after diagnosis

Creator

Van Cleve L; Bossert E; Beecroft P; Adlard K; Alvarez O; Savedra MC

Publisher

Nursing Research

Date

2004

Subject

U.S. Gov't; PedPal Lit; Acute; Lymphocytic; respectively; Adaptation; 0-100). The most common location of pain was the legs (26.5%) in all seven interviews. Other frequently noted sites were the abdomen (16.6%); 0-4). For the children 8 to 17 years old; ages 4 to 17 years; and back (14.(TRUNCATED); and from their English- and Spanish-speaking parents. Age-appropriate instruments were used to examine the variables of pain intensity; and functional status. RESULTS: All the children reported pain over the course of the year. Pain intensity scores incorporated the full range of possible responses. For the children 4 to 7 years old; and outcomes during the first year after the diagnosis of acute leukemia. METHODS: A longitudinal descriptive approach was used to collect data at seven data points from 95 English- and Spanish-speaking children; and quality; and the associated procedures. For children with leukemia; as well as strategies for managing pain; head/neck (16.6%); L1/complications Longitudinal Studies Male Models; location; management strategies; P.H.S. Treatment Outcome%X BACKGROUND: Children with cancer experience pain related to the disease process; pattern over time; perceived effectiveness of management strategies; Preschool European Continental Ancestry Group/psychology Female Hispanic Americans/psychology Humans Leukemia; Psychological Adolescent African Americans/psychology Age Factors Analysis of Variance Asian Americans/psychologyAttitude to Health California ChildChild Psychology Child; Psychological Nursing Assessment Nursing Methodology Research Pain/etiology/prevention & control/psychology Pain Measurement Questionnaires Research Support; receiving care in one of three southern California hospitals; the highest and lowest mean scores; the pain experienced after diagnosis has received scant attention. OBJECTIVE: To examine the pain experience; the treatment; were 2 and 1.6 (scale; were 50.1 and 39.5 (scale

Description

2004

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

1-10

Issue

1

Volume

53

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Citation

Van Cleve L; Bossert E; Beecroft P; Adlard K; Alvarez O; Savedra MC, “The pain experience of children with leukemia during the first year after diagnosis,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed September 24, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/12823.

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