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The Wong-Baker Faces Pain Rating Scale is a pain scale that was developed by Donna Wong and Connie Baker. The scale shows a series of faces ranging ...

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and improving assessment so pain management can be addressed. ... If you would like access to the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale, please click

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Explain to the person that each face represents a person who has no pain (hurt), or some, or a lot of pain. Face 0 doesn't hurt at all. Face 2 hurts just a little bit.

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FACES_English_Blue_w-instructions copy. Audio of Connie Baker explaining how to use the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale. Listen to this episode.

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Please note: To use our copyrighted Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale in facilities, commercial products, or publications, a licensing agreement will likely ...

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Because of the popular use of our scale around the world, we are often asked how the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale was developed. It was created  ...

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We have patients who are unresponsive, due to their illness, injury, or medications. Is it possible to use the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale by  ...

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Thank you for your interest in using the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale for paramedic use. Please read the following information and submit the form ...

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Wong Baker FACES Pain rating scale. Page last updated: 21 January 2013. Developed for young patients to communicate how much pain they are feeling.