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Heart rate variability as a biomarker for autonomic nervous system response differences between children with chronic pain and healthy control children

Jennie Tsao, Subhadra Evans, Laura Seidman, Lung, Lonnie Zeltzer, Bruce Naliboff
2013 Journal of Pain Research  
children; moreover, a significant interaction between groups and time revealed that children with chronic pain displayed a static HRV response to the pain session compared to healthy children, whose HRV  ...  Participants included 104 healthy control children and 48 children with chronic pain aged 8-17 years.  ...  HRV may be an important biomarker to assess when evaluating interventions for pediatric chronic pain.  ... 
doi:10.2147/jpr.s43849 pmid:23788839 pmcid:PMC3684221 fatcat:32bnexlcijbbhf6egqpmjoxobq

Bottom‐up or top‐down? The role of child and parent chronic pain and anxiety in the context of parental catastrophizing and solicitousness

M.K. Wallrath, J. Rubel, I. Ohls, C. Demiralay, T. Hechler
2019 European Journal of Pain  
Children of parents with chronic pain are a high-risk group to develop own chronic pain.  ...  Thus, parent anxiety should be regularly assessed and addressed during pain treatment of adult populations, and in interventional studies in children with chronic pain and their parents with chronic pain  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We like to thank all cooperating hospitals and their clinicians for supporting the present study (Appendix S1). Open access funding enabled and organized by Projekt DEAL.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejp.1512 pmid:31782856 fatcat:gwscpbqocngfnisgx6acyzqtry

Introduction to the Special Issue on Pain: From Pain to Pain-Associated Disability Syndrome

Lonnie K. Zeltzer, Jennie C. I. Tsao, Brenda Bursch, Cynthia D. Myers
2005 Journal of Pediatric Psychology  
Conclusion Pediatric chronic and recurrent pain presents a dilemma for the assessment and treatment of the many children in pain who are caught in a biomedical model-driven health care system.  ...  pain, assessment of chronic pediatric pain, and interventions for pediatric chronic pain.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsj053 fatcat:spxowssq3nceva25n7jevfdg3y

The Importance of the Family Environment in Pediatric Chronic Pain

Tonya M. Palermo, Amy Lewandowski Holley
2013 JAMA pediatrics  
For example increased parent psychological distress is recognized as a risk factor for poorer outcomes in youth with chronic pain ( 5,7 ).  ...  Moreover, pain impacts the entire family. Parents of children with chronic pain report increased parenting stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms, financial strain, and family dysfunction ( 5-6 ).  ...  Pain and disability can vary considerably among children with pain, and therefore, the assessment of functional impairment is important in order to define severity and impact of pediatric chronic pain.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2013.428 pmid:23403868 pmcid:PMC4036094 fatcat:xfmmwd57hfajjon5dkjjri4pma

Associations between attachment and pain: From infant to adolescent

Alessandro Failo, Michele Giannotti, Paola Venuti
2019 SAGE Open Medicine  
Results highlight the following: (a) children and adolescents with chronic idiopathic pain showed low rates of attachment security compared to control groups; (b) pain conditions are consistently associated  ...  with elevated rates of at-risk pattern of attachment and information processing; and (c) the presence of unresolved trauma or loss is higher in children and adolescent who experienced pain compared to  ...  in which children regulate their inner emotional states through a dyadic interaction with an adult caregiver, who is asked to adequately address his or her discomfort or positive affect.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2050312119877771 pmid:31555442 pmcid:PMC6753515 fatcat:xdyx4mqdsfd2dpx6b2gt2tpf2i

Family and parent influences on pediatric chronic pain: A developmental perspective

Tonya M. Palermo, Cecelia R. Valrie, Cynthia W. Karlson
2014 American Psychologist  
Although parent interventions have been successfully incorporated into many cognitive-behavioral treatments for children with chronic pain conditions, little guidance exists for adapting intervention strategies  ...  Pain that recurs or persists is unfortunately a common experience for children.  ...  persons with chronic pain conditions, and thus, this is an important area for future research.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0035216 pmid:24547800 pmcid:PMC4056332 fatcat:vphcikkcz5f45calyfzeu5xhxq

Parent–Teen Interactions as Predictors of Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents with Headache

Amy S. Lewandowski, Tonya M. Palermo
2009 Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings  
Thirty adolescents diagnosed with migraine or chronic daily headache completed self-report measures of pain intensity, parent-adolescent conflict, family functioning, and depression.  ...  This study highlights the association between parent-teen interactions and psychological functioning in adolescents with primary headache. Implications for intervention are discussed.  ...  effective intervention for families of adolescents with chronic pain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10880-009-9173-8 pmid:19680791 pmcid:PMC3569544 fatcat:znpqheizdzdizhteb7s3e5bld4

Pediatric Chronic Pain, Resilience and Psychiatric Comorbidity in Canada: A Retrospective, Comparative Analysis

Megan A. Young, Polina Anang, Anna Gavalova
2022 Frontiers in Health Services  
sex, family history, and lower socioeconomic status were associated with chronic pain.  ...  We hypothesized children and youth with chronic pain would report greater prevalence of mental health disorders than the general population; and those demonstrating greater resilience would demonstrate  ...  Children of parents with chronic pain may have an elevated risk of developing pain-related disability as a consequence of several composite interactions inclusive of genetic predisposition for heightened  ... 
doi:10.3389/frhs.2022.852322 fatcat:gkukfejjsjegrd4wakytwjgd4e

Overview of neurodevelopment and pain research, possible treatment targets

Suellen M. Walker
2014 Baillière's Best Practice & Research : Clinical Rheumatology  
Pain is a common presenting and often persistent symptom for children with rheumatological disease.  ...  Pain assessment must extend beyond measures of pain severity to more fully evaluate characteristics of pain, functional impact and psychosocial effects, and family interactions.  ...  As a result, development of a more comprehensive 'biopsychosocial model' for the assessment of children with chronic pain, including those with musculoskeletal pain, has been advocated [4, 79, 80, 89]  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.berh.2014.03.007 pmid:24974059 fatcat:5llw2wgslnewtltic2l7vhpnka

The Effect of Pain Catastrophizing on Outcomes: A Developmental Perspective Across Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults With Chronic Pain

Amanda B. Feinstein, John A. Sturgeon, Beth D. Darnall, Ashley L. Dunn, Tom Rico, Ming C. Kao, Rashmi P. Bhandari
2017 Journal of Pain  
The current study examined the predictive value of pain catastrophizing on pain interference and pain intensity across children, adolescents, and two age groups of young adults with chronic pain.  ...  and emotional distress from 1028 individuals with chronic pain.  ...  and The William and Gretchen Kimball Endowment for Pediatric Pain Management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpain.2016.10.009 pmid:27825857 pmcid:PMC5291801 fatcat:jnlekqec2vd2fjvx5sxrfycbee

Pain in children: recent advances and ongoing challenges

S.M. Walker
2008 British Journal of Anaesthesia  
There is a major need for further clinical research, training of health-care providers, and increased resources, to improve management and outcomes for children with chronic pain.  ...  Significant advances in the assessment and management of acute pain in children have been made, and are supported by an increase in the availability and accessibility of evidence-based data.  ...  evaluation and management of chronic pain in children must incorporate effects and interactions within the family.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bja/aen097 pmid:18430745 fatcat:ufawaaemundp5cbz6ayysakxdq

Transmission of risk from parents with chronic pain to offspring

Amanda L. Stone, Anna C. Wilson
2016 Pain  
This review presents a conceptual model for the intergenerational transmission of chronic pain from parents to offspring with the goal of setting an agenda for future research and the development of preventive  ...  Offspring of parents with chronic pain are at increased risk for pain and adverse mental and physical health outcomes (Higgins et al, 2015) .  ...  The authors additionally thank Tonya Palermo and Christine Chambers for their feedback on early versions of the theoretical model. Conflict of interest statement  ... 
doi:10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000637 pmid:27380502 pmcid:PMC5592972 fatcat:wf2yadh6rbdvhnd43odomh56cq

Maintenance of Pain in Children With Functional Abdominal Pain

Danita I. Czyzewski, Mariella M. Self, Amy E. Williams, Erica M. Weidler, Allison M. Blatz, Robert J. Shulman
2016 Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition - JPGN  
Objectives-A significant proportion of children with functional abdominal pain develop chronic pain.  ...  We examined whether child anxiety and/or pain-stooling relations were related to maintenance of abdominal pain frequency and compared the predictive value of three methods for assessing pain-stooling relations  ...  The Behavior Assessment System for Children-(BASC) is a well-validated measure of child emotion and behavior problems 20 designed and normed for three age ranges (2-5; 6-11; 12-18) with versions for  ... 
doi:10.1097/mpg.0000000000000947 pmid:26301615 pmcid:PMC4761339 fatcat:conki2iswfarncys75ccndyaaq

Altered psychophysiological reactivity as a prognostic indicator of early childhood stress in chronic pain

M.D. Bartholomeusz, R. Callister, D.M. Hodgson
2013 Medical Hypotheses  
.; 'Altered psychophysiological reactivity as a prognostic indicator of early childhood stress in chronic pain.  ...  It has been established for many years that chronic pain is not merely an extension of acute pain.  ...  (see Table 2 for potential variables to be assessed from several systems).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2012.11.013 pmid:23265353 fatcat:jobpl63aarfcjaxecxnfrsfygq

Role of parents in fatigue of children with a chronic disease: a cross-sectional study

Merel M Nap-van der Vlist, Geertje W Dalmeijer, Martha A Grootenhuis, Joost F Swart, Elise M van de Putte, Sanne L Nijhof, Marjolijn Ketelaar, Martine van Grotel, Kors van der Ent, Niels Kramer
2021 BMJ Paediatrics Open  
parental factors and fatigue in children with a chronic disease.Design Cross-sectional studySetting Two Dutch children's hospitals.Population Children 2–18 years of age with either an autoimmune disease  ...  of children with a chronic disease, parental factors, both physical and psychosocial, were associated with paediatric fatigue.  ...  The authors also thank Dr C F Barrett for his assistance with English language editing. The authors thank Dr Peter Zuithoff for his advice regarding the statistics of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjpo-2021-001055 pmid:34104803 pmcid:PMC8144042 doaj:2282fbab79f6462b90ff08d793f4ceea fatcat:kruvpyxgdrclnendvlho7psbvi
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