The COMFORT behaviour scale detects clinically meaningful effects of analgesic and sedative treatment
Published in: 2014 / Author: Boerlage et al.
Published in: 2012 / Author: Boerlage et al.
Screening pediatric delirium with an adapted version of the Sophia Observation withdrawal Symptoms scale (SOS)
Published in: 2012 / Author: van Dijk et al.
The COMFORT-Behavior scale is useful to assess pain and distress in 0- to 3-year-old children with Down syndrome
Published in: 2011 / Author: Valkenburg et al.
Taking up the challenge of measuring prolonged pain in (premature) neonates: the COMFORTneo scale seems promising
Published in: 2009 / Author: van Dijk et al.
Withdrawal symptoms in children after long-term administration of sedatives and/or analgesics: A literature review. "Assessment
Published in: 2007 / Author: Ista et al
Assessment of sedation levels in pediatric intensive care patients can be improved by using the COMFORT "behavior" scale
Published in: 2005 / Author: Ista et al.
Published in: 2005 / Author: Van Dijk et al.
The reliability and validity of the COMFORT scale as a postoperative pain instrument in 0 to 3-year-old infants
Published in: 2000 / Author: Van Dijk et al.