Non-pharmacological measures in the pain management in newborns: nursing care

  • Ana Paula da Silva Moraes
  • Silvania Moreira de Abreu Façanha
  • Sarah Nogueira Rabelo
  • Ana Valeska Siebra e Silva
  • Maria Veraci Oliveira Queiroz
  • Edna Maria Camelo Chaves
Keywords: Infant, Newborn, Nursing, Pain, Blood Vessels, Glucose

Abstract

Objective: to analyze the evidence of the literature about pain management during arterial puncture, venous and capillary in the newborn that received non-pharmacological measures before the painful procedure.Methods: this is an integrative review performed in databases. Initially, 120 articles were selected being a sample composed of ten articles. Data were collected in forms. Results: orally glucose was the most used method followed by breast milk and contact measures and the use of glucose associated or not to breast milk and contact measures. Conclusion: the use of non-pharmacological methods has been proven effective to promote the relief of pain in newborns.
Published
2016-06-05
Section
Review Article