Last month we discussed the general principles of assessing and managing pain in children from infancy to adolescence.1 We concluded that pain is often undertreated and emphasised the importance of anticipating and preventing pain, wherever possible. We concentrated on acute pain, such as that following surgery or trauma. In this article we consider the management of chronic pain and pain in children with chronic illness.
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