Angelman syndrome and anesthesia.

@article{Patil2008AngelmanSA,
  title={Angelman syndrome and anesthesia.},
  author={Jayaprakash J Patil and Seema Sindhakar},
  journal={Paediatric anaesthesia},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 12},
  pages={1219-20}
}
SIR––Two of the reasons spinal anesthesia has not gained popularity in children are limited duration of anesthesia and hesitation of anesthesiologists because of limited pediatric regional anesthesia training worldwide. The study entitled ‘Combined spinal-epidural anesthesia in major abdominal surgery in high-risk neonates and infants’ by Somri et al. (1) in the November issue of Pediatric Anesthesia offers us a versatile alternative to general anesthesia with combined spinal epidural… CONTINUE READING