Facial expression and pain in the critically ill non-communicative patient: State of science reviewUploader: Arashigis 1 month ago Subscribe 3
Upper facial expressions are most frequently activated during pain response in noncommunicative critically ill patients and might be a valid alternative to self-report ratings. Sedating critically ill patients: The study included 52 patients who had recollection of their ICU stay and agreed to complete the Patient Pain Management Questionnaire. These observations are similar to previous findings of lack of gender differences in the facial expressiveness of pain Craig et al. Core Curriculum for Professional Education in Pain. Acute Pain Management Guideline Panel.