Playtime may ease children's postoperative pain

02/12/2013 | DailyRx.com

Children who played with a stuffed animal and their parents after undergoing surgery had lower pain scores compared with those in the control group, Spanish researchers wrote in the journal Pain Management Nursing. The findings suggest that the distraction of playing may have a vital role in reducing children's pain perception.

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