2016
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082016ao3628
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Abstract: Objective To validate the Pain Assessment Checklist for Seniors with Limited Ability to Communicate – Portuguese in demented elderly and to analyze its measurement properties.Methods We evaluated 50 elderly with dementia, residing in a nursing home and with limited communication ability, when exposed to potentially painful situations. The tool was applied at two different moments. First, two interviewers applied it simultaneously, and the intensity of pain was asked based on the caregiver’s opinion. After 14 d… Show more

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“…In practical terms, with the Abbey and PACSLAC scales that have been validated in this region, the nurse can perform a multidimensional assessment of pain in an average of 15 min, and training in the use of these scales requires only a few hours, and it has been suggested that family caregivers may also apply these scales to their relatives with dementia (Franco and De Lucas, 2001; Herr et al, 2006; McAuliffe et al, 2009; Chamorro and Puche, 2013; Montoro-Lorite and Canalias-Reverter, 2015; Papiol Espinosa and Abades Porcel, 2015; Bezerra Thé et al, 2016; Tsai et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In practical terms, with the Abbey and PACSLAC scales that have been validated in this region, the nurse can perform a multidimensional assessment of pain in an average of 15 min, and training in the use of these scales requires only a few hours, and it has been suggested that family caregivers may also apply these scales to their relatives with dementia (Franco and De Lucas, 2001; Herr et al, 2006; McAuliffe et al, 2009; Chamorro and Puche, 2013; Montoro-Lorite and Canalias-Reverter, 2015; Papiol Espinosa and Abades Porcel, 2015; Bezerra Thé et al, 2016; Tsai et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5 Another example is the Pain Assessment Check List for Seniors with Limited Ability to Communicate (PACSLAC) scale. 26 This scale is a checklist that is used to assess pain in nursing home residents who have dementia and are unable to communicate verbally. The PACSLAC includes 4 subscales: facial expressions, activity/body movement, social/personality mood, and other.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, it has been shown that there are brain activation and excitability regarding painful stimulation in the elderly with cognitive disorders. Thé et al 15 observed the need for an instrument to assess pain in older people with neurocognitive disorders and developed PACSLAC. It is an instrument composed of 60 observational items, separated by domains comprised of facial expressions, movement and body activities, sociability, personality/mood, and others 19,[31][32][33] .…”
Section: Santos Et Al 19mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PAINAD quantifies its domains with quantitative variation from zero to 10 points, based on pain patterns. Scores of 1 to 3 points are considered mild pain, 4 to 6 reflect moderate pain, and 7 to 10 points are considered severe pain conditions 15,[34][35][36] . In the literature reviewed for this study, a simplified instrument, NOPPAIN 17 was found.…”
Section: Santos Et Al 19mentioning
confidence: 99%