There are several things that
parents, physicians, and nursing staff
can do to decrease the amount of pain
and distress children experience during
routine immunizations. Those
discussed in this pamphlet include
parental behavior, positioning,
distraction techniques, injection site,
and sucrose administration.
The information provided in this handout does not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Minnesota Medical School physicians and faculty. These materials are provided for informational purposes only and are in no way intended to take the place of the advice and recommendations of your personal health care provider. You use the information provided in these handouts at your own risk.
Arcilla, Lisa M..
Immunizations: What can I do to help ease my child’s stress?.
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