The role of parental acute psychological distress in paediatric burn re-epithelialization
from British Journal of Health Psychology
Following a paediatric burn, parents commonly experience high levels of acute psychological distress, which has been shown to increase child psychological distress as well as child procedural distress. The influence of psychological stress and perceived pain on wound healing has been demonstrated in several laboratory and medical populations.
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