It proves to be an inexpensive, yet easy to use, pain scale, these factors are important, as measuring pain in children can be extremely difficult. The scale consists of six faces that range from no pain at all to the worst pain imaginable. The emotional faces range from smiling to grimacing. Children match their level of pain to a face on the scale. Children rating their pain on the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Rating Scale are better able to communicate their level of pain, as opposed to surveys or other pain scales. A concern arises with children who do not cry with pain or are embarrassed to choose a face with tears.
This tool was originally created with children for children to help them communicate about their pain. Now the scale is used around the world with people ages 3 and older, facilitating communication and improving assessment so pain management can be addressed. Receiving a new cancer diagnosis is often overwhelming for patients and the people who love them. We are excited to present our pain care podcast, FACES of Pain Care, where Connie Baker highlights and interviews people and programs creating a real difference in pain care and atraumatic care. In case that term is not familiar to you, atraumatic care minimizes or eliminates physical and psychological distress for patients and families. You may even want to re commend a topic or person for future podcasts. Everybody wins.
The scale shows a series of faces ranging from a happy face at 0 , or "no hurt", to a crying face at 10, which represents "hurts like the worst pain imaginable". Based on the faces and written descriptions, the patient chooses the face that best describes their level of pain. There are 6 faces in the Wong—Baker Pain Scale. The first face represents a pain score of 0, and indicates "no hurt".
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