|Current controversies regarding pain assessment in neonates|
M Ranger, CC Johnston, KJS Anand
Seminars in perinatology 31 (5), 283-288, 2007
|Neonatal pain-related stress predicts cortical thickness at age 7 years in children born very preterm|
M Ranger, CMY Chau, A Garg, TS Woodward, MF Beg, B Bjornson, ...
PloS one 8 (10), e76702, 2013
|Early repetitive pain in preterm infants in relation to the developing brain|
M Ranger, RE Grunau
Pain management 4 (1), 57-67, 2014
|Internalizing behaviours in school‐age children born very preterm are predicted by neonatal pain and morphine exposure|
M Ranger, AR Synnes, J Vinall, RE Grunau
European Journal of Pain 18 (6), 844-852, 2014
|Neonatal pain and infection relate to smaller cerebellum in very preterm children at school age|
M Ranger, JG Zwicker, CMY Chau, MTM Park, MM Chakravarthy, ...
The Journal of pediatrics 167 (2), 292-298. e1, 2015
|Theoretical, psychometric, and pragmatic issues in pain measurement|
C Gélinas, CG Loiselle, S LeMay, M Ranger, E Bouchard, D McCormack
Pain Management Nursing 9 (3), 120-130, 2008
|Neonatal pain and COMT Val158Met genotype in relation to serotonin transporter (SLC6A4) promoter methylation in very preterm children at school age|
CMY Chau, M Ranger, D Sulistyoningrum, AM Devlin, TF Oberlander, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 409, 2014
|A multidimensional approach to pain assessment in critically ill infants during a painful procedure|
M Ranger, CC Johnston, JE Rennick, C Limperopoulos, T Heldt, ...
The Clinical journal of pain 29 (7), 613, 2013
|Hippocampus, amygdala, and thalamus volumes in very preterm children at 8 years: neonatal pain and genetic variation|
CMY Chau, M Ranger, M Bichin, MTM Park, RSC Amaral, M Chakravarty, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 13, 51, 2019
|Neonatal invasive procedures predict pain intensity at school age in children born very preterm|
BO Valeri, M Ranger, CMY Chau, IL Cepeda, A Synnes, MBM Linhares, ...
The Clinical journal of pain 32 (12), 1086, 2016
|Temperament and pain response: A review of the literature|
M Ranger, M Campbell-Yeo
Pain management nursing 9 (1), 2-9, 2008
|Maternal touch and talk for invasive procedures in infants and toddlers in the pediatric intensive care unit|
CC Johnston, JE Rennick, F Filion, M Campbell-Yeo, C Goulet, L Bell, ...
Journal of pediatric nursing 27 (2), 144-153, 2012
|Toward a new approach for the detection of pain in adult patients undergoing cardiac surgery: near-infrared spectroscopy—a pilot study|
C Gélinas, M Choinière, M Ranger, A Denault, A Deschamps, C Johnston
Heart & Lung 39 (6), 485-493, 2010
|Innovating in pain assessment of the critically ill: exploring cerebral near-infrared spectroscopy as a bedside approach|
M Ranger, C Gélinas
Pain Management Nursing 15 (2), 519-529, 2014
|Cerebral near-infrared spectroscopy as a measure of nociceptive evoked activity in critically III infants|
M Ranger, CC Johnston, C Limperopoulos, JE Rennick, AJ du Plessis
Pain Research and Management 16 (5), 331-336, 2011
|Repeated exposure to sucrose for procedural pain in mouse pups leads to long-term widespread brain alterations|
S Tremblay, M Ranger, CMY Chau, J Ellegood, JP Lerch, L Holsti, ...
Pain 158 (8), 1586, 2017
|Development: How do babies feel pain?|
M Ranger, RE Grunau
elife 4, e07552, 2015
|Adverse behavioral changes in adult mice following neonatal repeated exposure to pain and sucrose|
M Ranger, S Tremblay, CMY Chau, L Holsti, RE Grunau, D Goldowitz
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2394, 2019
|Controlling bias in complex nursing intervention studies: a checklist|
M Campbell-Yeo, M Ranger, C Johnston, D Fergusson
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive, 32-51, 2009
|An acute pain service improves postoperative pain management for children undergoing selective dorsal rhizotomy|
C Frigon, W Loetwiriyakul, M Ranger, A Otis
Pediatric Anesthesia 19 (12), 1213-1219, 2009