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We examined the scope of practice, the subpopulation served, and the types of support given. The types of services that were provided in this country at this time appear to be interdisciplinary. Allopathic and complementary care were used in some fashion by most. More than half of the institutions possessed physician-directed pain services. Nurse-directed pain services did have a physician advisor. Physician certification in pain management was limited in pediatric pain. The subpopulations generally served by an organized pediatric pain service are, in order of decreasing frequency, orthopedic surgery, general surgery, oncology, general pediatrics, and urological patients.
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Needle phobia is a well-established concern among many children. We now also know, that during infancy children have memory for pain and can anticipate painful procedures if they have experienced them recently (13). Research has also suggested that children react more intensely to new procedures if they have had previous painful procedures without adequate anesthesia. This has been demonstrated with circumcisions (14), painful procedures in the newborn intensive care unit (15), and bone marrow aspirations in older children (16).