Managing children’s pain

Recognising the true extent of a child’s pain is vital, as is selecting the appropriate treatment, and advising on adjunct non-pharmacological treatment strategies In a pharmacy setting, children experiencing mild, acute pain are most likely to be encountered. This pain is typically associated with minor injury, infection, such as pain in the ears or throat,

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