THE PROBLEM OF PAIN AND ANALGESIA IN THE NEONATAL PERIOD

Abstract


There were presented data on some studies, devoted to the problems of pain and analgesia in the neonatal period. The peculiarities were considered, as well as their morphological and functional immaturity compared to adults, so specific features of pain reactions of newborn, demanding special approaches to explanation of pain mechanisms and analgesia.

About the authors

Louisa K Fazleeva

Kazan State Medical University

Email: bulatovkgmu@mail.ru
420012, Kazan, Butlerov St., 49
Department of Hospital Pediatrics

Albina O Sungatullina

Kazan State Medical University

Email: bulatovkgmu@mail.ru
420012, Kazan, Butlerov St., 49
Department of Hospital Pediatrics

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