pain reaction

pain re·ac·tion

dilation of the pupil or any other involuntary act occurring in response to a stimulus causing sharp pain anywhere.

pain re·ac·tion

(pān rē-akshŭn)
Dilation of pupil or other involuntary act in response to a stimulus causing sharp pain anywhere.
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The presentation said the AV distraction is effective in reducing pain reaction in a clinical setting but it should be used in routine local anaesthetic procedures for more effective results.
Immediately after each injection, the child, parent, and nurse independently rated the child's pain reaction on separate visual analog scales (VAS).
Nader and colleagues [2004] studied pain reactions during venepuncture and to their surprise found that the facial pain reaction in 21 children with autism did not differ from that of the 22 non-impaired children in that study.
If your dog is overly reactive to a particular point or exhibits a pain reaction, work the acupoint in front of the reactive point or behind it.
The doctors compared the pain reaction of 113 infants who received immunizations.
The area-under-the-curve (AUC) of the pain reaction to pressure on the injured area measured by a calibrated caliper (tonometer) was defined as the primary variable.
* Pain reaction: pain, increased pain, pain in shoulder and arms and general soreness
Assessing the pain reaction of children receiving periodontal ligament anesthesia using a computerized device (Wand).
If your dog is overly reactive to a particular point or exhibits a pain reaction, skip it, and try that point again at a later session.
Remarkably, families rarely mention that topical medications for atopic dermatitis have provoked a significant pain reaction in their children.
Hot plate assay: Mice were individually positioned on hot plate (temperature of 55AdegC) and latency to a pain reaction (licking of paw or jumping) was recorded in seconds (sec.), assessing their response to thermal stimulus.
A study conducted in 2009 showed occurrence of postoperative pain in 107 (69.9%) and 106 (69.3%) teeth in the singleand multi-visit treatment groups, respectively.1 Risso reported more pain in multiple visit endodontic treatment as compared to single visit treatment and hence concluded that single visit endodontic therapy decidedly decreases the probability of the incidence of the pain reaction immediately after root canal obturation which is in agreement with the results of our study.12