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Effect of Breast Feeding vs Oral Sucrose on Pain Relief during Vaccine Intramuscular Injection among Infants

Fatimah Hussain Alzawad

American Journal of Nursing Research. 2019, 7(5), 707-722 doi:10.12691/ajnr-7-5-5
  • Table 1. Recommended dose of oral sucrose
  • Table 2. Percentages distribution of demographic data in relation to three groups (Breastfeeding, Sucrose & Control)
  • Table 3. Percentages distribution of infant's vaccination data in relation to three groups (Breastfeeding, Sucrose & Control)
  • Table 4. The infant’s pain intensity in relation to breastfeeding and control groups before and during vaccine injection
  • Table 5. Percentage distribution of infant’s pain intensity in relation to control and oral sucrose groups before and during vaccine injection
  • Table 6. The relation between breastfeeding and oral sucrose solutions and control groups in relation to infants’ pain intensity before & during vaccine injection
  • Table 7. The relation between infant's gender and the degree of pain intensity in Breastfeeding & Sucrose during vaccine injection
  • Table 8. The relation between age and the degree of pain intensity in Breastfeeding & Sucrose during vaccine injection
  • Table 9. The relation between body weight and the degree of pain intensity in Breastfeeding & Sucrose during vaccine injection
  • Table 10. The relation between type of vaccine and the degree of pain intensity in Breastfeeding & Sucrose during vaccine injection
  • Table 11. The relation between dose number and the degree of pain intensity in Breastfeeding & Sucrose during vaccine injection