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Title: Painful procedures and analgesia in the nicu: what has changed in the medical perception and practice in a ten-year period?
Procedimentos dolorosos e analgesia em UTI Neonatal: o que mudou na opinião e na prática profissional em dez anos?
Authors: Prestes, Ana Claudia Yoshikumi [UNIFESP]
Balda, Rita de Cássia Xavier [UNIFESP]
Santos, Gianni Mara Silva dos [UNIFESP]
Rugolo, Lígia Maria Sousa Suppo
Bentlin, Maria Regina
Magalhaes, Mauricio
Pachi, Paulo Roberto
Marba, Sérgio Tadeu Martins
de Siqueira Caldas, Jamil Pedro
Guinsburg, Ruth [UNIFESP]
Keywords: Pain Measurement
Pain Perception
Pain Management
Neonatal Intensive Care Units
NewbornMetabolic Stress Responses
Intensive-Care Units
Randomized-Trial
Lumbar Puncture
Morphine
Premedication
Intubation
Management
Children
Newborns
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Soc brasil pediatria
Citation: Jornal De Pediatria. Rio de janeiro, rj, v. 92, n. 1, p. 88-95, 2016.
Abstract: Objective: To compare the use of analgesia versus neonatologists' perception regarding analgesic use in painful procedures in the years 2001, 2006, and 2011. Methods: This was a prospective cohort study of all newborns admitted to four university neonatal intensive care units during one month in 2001, 2006, and 2011. The frequency of prescription for painful procedures was evaluated. Of the 202 neonatologists, 188 answered a questionnaire giving their opinion on the intensity of pain during lumbar puncture, tracheal intubation, mechanical ventilation, and postoperative period using a 10-cm visual analogic scale (VAS
pain > 3 cm). Results: For lumbar puncture, 12% (2001), 43% (2006), and 36% (2011) were performed using analgesia. Among the neonatologists, 40-50% reported VAS > 3 for lumbar puncture in all study periods. For intubation, 30% received analgesia in the study periods, and 35% (2001), 55% (2006), and 73% (2011) of the neonatologists reported VAS > 3 and would prescribe analgesia for this procedure. As for mechanical ventilation, 45% (2001), 64% (2006), and 48% (2011) of patient-days were under analgesia
56% (2001), 57% (2006), and 26% (2011) of neonatologists reported VAS > 3 and said they would use analgesia during mechanical ventilation. For the first three post-operative days, 37% (2001), 78% (2006), and 89% (2011) of the patients received analgesia and more than 90% of neonatologists reported VAS > 3 for major surgeries. Conclusions: Despite an increase in the medical perception of neonatal pain and in analgesic use during painful procedures, the gap between clinical practice and neonatologist perception of analgesia need did not change during the ten-year period. (C) 2015 Sociedade Brasileira de Pediatria. Published by Elsevier Editora Ltda. All rights reserved.
URI: http://repositorio.unifesp.br/handle/11600/49594
ISSN: 0021-7557
Other Identifiers: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jped.2015.04.009
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