Music helps ease perceived pain in pediatric patients

Children who listened to music while being administered an intravenous line reported less pain compared with those who underwent the procedure without music, University of Alberta researchers found. Health care providers also noted higher satisfaction rates for outcomes in cases where children listened to music during the procedure. The findings were published in JAMA Pediatrics.

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