Hypnosis for Procedure-Related Pain and Distress in Pediatric Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of Effectiveness and Methodology Related to Hypnosis Interventions.
What does PAD stand for?
PAD stands for Pain and Distress (scale)
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We have 377 other meanings of PAD in our Acronym Attic
- Pan-African Christian Women Alliance (est. 1997)
- Pan American Coalition of Welding Institutions
- Pacific WWMCCS Regional Automation Center
- Private Automatic Computer eXchange
- Physically Active Children and Youth (study)
- Accounting Policy Division (DCAA)
- Packet Assembler/Disassembler
- Packetizer And Depacketizer
- Paderborn, Germany - Paderborn (Airport Code)
- Pädogogischer Austauschdienst (German foreign exchange service)
- Panic/Anxiety Disorder
- Parti Aleance Demokrat (Democratic Alliance; political party, Albania)
- Partially Air Dried (lumber)
- Passenger Available for Disembarkation (aviation)
- Passive Authorisation Device (Volvo)
- Path-Average Dispersion
- Patient Administration Division
- Patient Appreciation Day (various locations)
- Patricia Ann Designs (boutique)
- Pay and Display (parking)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Paperback SF406 A committee with members from the US, Britain, and Canada has updated the 1992 National Research Council report Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals, breaking it into two publications in order to incorporate the scientific developments in animal welfare, stress, distress, and pain since then.
Procedural pain is especially amenable to a social learning perspective because of the role that anticipatory anxiety and avoidance plays in the pain and distress responses.
Conducted a randomized controlled trial to compare the efficacy of clinical hypnosis versus cognitive-behavioral coping skills training (CBCST) in alleviating the pain and distress of 30 pediatric cancer patients (aged 5-15 yrs) undergoing bone marrow aspirations.