Consensus guidelines on sedation and analgesia in critically ill children

@article{Playfor2006ConsensusGO,
  title={Consensus guidelines on sedation
 and analgesia in critically ill children},
  author={S. Playfor and I. Jenkins and C. Boyles and I. Choonara and G. Davies and T. Haywood and G. Hinson and A. Mayer and N. Morton and T. Ralph and A. Wolf and United Kingdom Paediatric Intensive Care Society Sedation and Analgesia and Neuromuscular Blockade Working Group},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={1125-1136}
}
ObjectiveThe United Kingdom Paediatric Intensive Care Society Sedation, Analgesia and Neuromuscular Blockade Working Group is a multi-disciplinary expert panel created to produce consensus guidelines on sedation and analgesia in critically ill children and forward knowledge in these areas. Sedation and analgesia are recognised as important areas of critical care practice and adult clinical practice guidelines in these fields remain amongst the most popular of those produced by the Society of… Expand
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Interventional Clinical Trial
This is a study to compare safety and efficacy of inhaled isoflurane delivered by the AnaConDa-S versus intravenous midazolam for sedation in mechanically ventilated children… Expand
ConditionsSedation
InterventionDrug
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