Anesthesia for Pediatric Surgery - Analgesia

Anesthesia for Pediatric Surgery - Analgesia is a topic covered in the Clinical Anesthesia Procedures.

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Perioperative/periprocedural pediatric pain evaluation, treatment, and monitoring are essential to mitigate biologic and psychological stresses and improve long-term outcomes. Multiple methods are used for treatment of pediatric pain and include nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic techniques. These include neuraxial, regional, nonopioid, and opioid pharmacotherapy.

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Perioperative/periprocedural pediatric pain evaluation, treatment, and monitoring are essential to mitigate biologic and psychological stresses and improve long-term outcomes. Multiple methods are used for treatment of pediatric pain and include nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic techniques. These include neuraxial, regional, nonopioid, and opioid pharmacotherapy.

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