Pain management in children is the assessment and treatment of pain in infants and young people. Typically, acute pain has an obvious cause and is predicted to last a few days or weeks. It is usually managed with medication and non-pharmacological treatments to supply comfort. Acute pain is an indication for necessary evaluation, treatment and prevention. While a child is experiencing pain, the physical consequences can jeopardize healing and recovery. Unrelated pain can cause alkalosis and hypoxemia that result in rapid, shallow breathing. This shallow breathing can cause a build-up of fluid within the lungs, which leads to the loss of coughing power. The pain can cause an increase in vital signs and pulse, putting pressure on the guts.
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