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The Paediatric Pain Profile is not designed to diagnose pain but to assist in assessing, documenting and monitoring a child’s pain behaviour. The task of assessing pain in children is complex. It would be unreasonable for users of the Paediatric Pain Profile simply to follow instructions without proper assessment of the individual circumstances and / or referring on to other relevant healthcare practitioners where it is appropriate. Parents are advised that they should seek medical advice before introducing new medications or altering the dosage of any medications on account of their child’s Pain Profile score. Healthcare practitioners are advised that Pain Profile scores should always be used in context and only as additional information to inform clinical judgements.


Limitation of Liability
Neither University College London, Institute of Child Health or the Royal College of Nursing Institute can accept responsibility for any consequences which might result from decisions made on the basis of advice herein.


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