In our study, assessment of pain was done using Hannallah's Objective Pain
Score at different time intervals postoperatively for up to 24 hours.
In his lectures, Nelson Hendler, who developed one of the best objective pain
validity tests, states that most human beings enjoy eating, sleeping, having sex, playing, and (if they are lucky) working?
The consistent reference to challenging pain assessment in pediatric patients with TBI may indicate a need for more standardized and objective pain
assessments through improvement of assessment tools.
Pain score was assessed by Objective pain
scale score (OPS) using; Blood pressure, Crying, Movements, Agitation, and Verbalization of pain (Table 1).
Postoperative analgesia, sedation and motor block were evaluated with modified objective pain
scale, three-point scale and modified Bromage scale respectively.