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WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses

World Health Organization, (2012)

The Access to Controlled Medications Programme identified the development of treatment guidelines that cover the treatment of all types of pain as one of the core areas of focus for improving access to opioid analgesics. Such guidelines are interesting both for health-care professionals and policy-makers. They are also important in improving access to controlled medicines for determining when those opioid medicines and when non-opioid medicines are preferred. Based on a Delphi study, WHO planned the development of three treatment guidelines, covering chronic pain in children, chronic pain in adults and acute pain.

The Pediatric Clinical Manual

Elaine Abrams, Wafaa El-Sadr, and Miriam Rabkin, Eds.: The International Center for AIDS Programm, (2004)

Serious Childhood Problemes in Countries Limited Resources

WHO, (2004)

Background book on Management of the Child with a Serious Infection or Severe Malnutrition

Recommendations on child health

World Health Organization, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2013)

Guidelines on maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health

Recommendations for management of common childhood conditions

World Health Organization, (2012)

Evidence for technical update of pocket book recommendations. Newborn conditions, dysentery, pneumonia, oxygen use and delivery, common causes of fever, severe acute malnutrition and supportive care

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