Jump to Faces Pain Scale-Revised - “The Faces Pain Scale-Revised: Toward a Common Metric Pediatric Pain Measurement,” Pain. WHAT THIS STUDY ADDS: The Faces Pain Scale–Revised and Color pain, pediatric, pain scale, validity, reliability, Faces Pain Scale–. The Faces Pain Scale-Revised (FPS-R) is a self-report tool which has strong positive correlations with other well established self-report pain.


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Here is an image of the original Faces Pain Scale. This scale hows six faces in total. The incremental value of 2 is added for each face as the scale moves from Wong-Baker FACES pain rating scale Wong-Baker scale faces pain scale revised a useful pain scale for children and is also appropriate for certain patients with inability to count and impaired brain function.

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Scale The scale consists of six faces as shown below which vary in gestures. The left-most face shows no pain.

Faces Pain Scale - Revised and Wong Baker Pain Rating Scale | Bone and Spine

The faces show more and more pain from left to right up and rightmost face shows extreme pain. FPS-Revised Following instructions are given to the child — These faces show how much something can hurt.


This face [the assessor point to left-most face] shows no pain. Using a computer-animated version of the FPS developed by Champion and colleagues Sydney Animated Facial Expressions Scalepsychophysical methods were applied to identify four faces representing equal intervals between the scale values representing faces pain scale revised pain and most pain.

In the third phase, a clinical sample of pediatric inpatients aged years used the FPS-R and a VAS or the colored analogue scale CAS to rate pain during hospitalization for surgical and non-surgical painful conditions.

It is particularly recommended for use with very young children. Numerical self-rating scales can faces pain scale revised used with most children older than 8 years of age [ 3 ], and behavioral observation scales are required for those unable to provide a self-report.

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