2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0021-75572003000700008
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Dores recorrentes na infância e adolescência

Abstract: ResumoObjetivo: realizar revisão bibliográfica sobre dores recorrentes na infância e na adolescência, com enfoque no diagnóstico diferencial e manejo desses pacientes. Fontes de dados: levantamento bibliográfico no Medline eLilacs, abrangendo os últimos quatro e dez anos, respectivamente, além de estudos e textos clássicos que tratam sobre o tema.Síntese dos dados: estudos realizados em diferentes partes do mundo demonstram que as dores recorrentes mais freqüentes na infância e adolescência são dor abdominal, … Show more

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“…Pain encompasses sensitive, emotional, cognitive, and evaluative components (Frutuoso and Cruz 2004). Some factors might influence the expression of pain in children and adolescents, such as age, gender, cognitive level, previous experiences, cultural standards, family relationships, and repercussions on their routine (Puccini and Bresolin 2003). Viana et al (2006) confirmed that the evaluation of pain in children also depends on the nurse-patientfamily interaction.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pain encompasses sensitive, emotional, cognitive, and evaluative components (Frutuoso and Cruz 2004). Some factors might influence the expression of pain in children and adolescents, such as age, gender, cognitive level, previous experiences, cultural standards, family relationships, and repercussions on their routine (Puccini and Bresolin 2003). Viana et al (2006) confirmed that the evaluation of pain in children also depends on the nurse-patientfamily interaction.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When the symptom pain is chronic, it becomes a disease, and treatment is, generally, complex and tailored to the individual, as is the case with oncological and neuropathic pain and also with arthritis and fibromyalgia. 2 The dimensions in which pain is evaluated may be of the following types: intensity, location, duration and affective quality. 3 The measures used to evaluate pain, in turn, correspond to self-reported measures and behavioral observations and to physiological measures, such as heart rate and blood pressure; the second group being considered supplementary measures to the first.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…From 2 years of age onwards children are able to provide information about their pain, such as its location, for example; however, at 2 years of age they rarely understand the concepts related to the intensity and quality of their pain. 2 Preverbal children, or those incapable of communicating verbally, are limited in terms of self-reporting and so pain assessment by parents and/or caregivers is an important source of information for the evaluation of pain in this population.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As afecções dolorosas podem ser classificadas como agudas ou crônicas (Puccini & Bresolin, 2003). A dor aguda decorre de sintomas e funciona biologicamente como um alerta ao organismo.…”
Section: Dor Pediátricaunclassified
“…A dor crônica, por sua vez, decorre de processos patológicos crônicos nas estruturas somáticas ou disfunção prolongada do sistema nervoso central. O fator crônico transforma o sintoma dor em doença, e geralmente o tratamento é complexo e individualizado, como exemplos têm-se os casos de dor oncológica e neuropática, assim como artrite e fibromialgia (Puccini & Bresolin, 2003).…”
Section: Dor Pediátricaunclassified