CHIPPSChildren and Infants Postoperative Pain Scale (medical assessment)
CHIPPSCommunity and Home Injury Prevention Program for Seniors (San Francisco, CA)
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Chipps EB, Zeiger SR, Borish L, Wenzel ES, Yegin A, Hayden LM, et al.
Table 5: CHIPPS for the postoperative pain assessment Item Structure Points * None 0 Crying * Moaning 1 * Screaming 2 * Relaxed/smiling 0 Facial expression * Wry mouth 1 * Grimace (mouth and eyes) 2 * Neutral 0 Posture of the trunk * Variable 1 * Rear up 2 * Neutral, released 0 Posture of the legs * Kicking about 1 * Tightened 2 * None 0 Motor restlessness * Moderate 1 * Restless 2 Table 6: Neonatal Infant Pain Scale Variable Finding Points Facial * Relaxed (restful face, neutral 0 expression expression) * Grimace (tight facial muscles, 1 furrowed brow, chin, jaw) Cry * No cry (quiet, not crying) 0 * Whimper (mild moaning, 1 intermittent) * Vigorous crying (loud scream, 2 shrill, continuous.
2004; Salsberry, Chipps, and Kennedy 2005), it is plausible that total health care costs rise when access to care improves to more clinically appropriate levels.
Forty-three percent of children who received rectal acetaminophen reported no pain immediately postoperatively as compared to 10% of patients in the IV acetaminophen group as documented by the CHIPPS scoring criteria.
Prior research predominantly included specialized patient groups and nurses (Chan & Ng, 2012; Chipps et al., 2014; Perry, Hiroko, & Patton, 2015).
Pickering Town: Wells, Parker, Bissett (Cooper 75), Chipps, Denton, Tilsley, Thompson (Robinson 69), Birch, Blott, Taylor, Kamara (Dalton 58).
"Education is a catalyst for social and economic change," said Marie Flore Chipps, Haitian social justice advocate and Summits Co-Founder said.
[7.] Chipps BE, Saulsburg FT, Hsu SH, Winkelstein JA.: Non-candidal infections in children with Chronic mucocutaneos candidiasis.
Smith, Jeffrey Chipps, ed., Visual Acuity and the Arts of Communication in Early Modern Germany (Visual Culture in Early Modernity), Farnham, Ashgate, 2014; hardback; pp.
Cultural competence encompasses the capacity to identify, understand, and respect the values and beliefs of others (Anderson, Scrimshaw, Fullilove, Fielding, & Normand, 2003; Chipps, Simpson, & Brysiewicz, 2008).
Lee JH Haselkorn T Borish L Rasouliyan L Chipps BE Wenzel SE.