Dental Management for Pediatric Patients under General Anesthesia at Queen Rania Al-Abdullah Hospital for Children in Jordan

@article{Sakarna2015DentalMF,
  title={Dental Management for Pediatric Patients under General Anesthesia at Queen Rania Al-Abdullah Hospital for Children in Jordan},
  author={Basma K. Al Sakarna and R. Hijazeen and Fuad H. Al-Moherat},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Medical Services},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={76-82}
}
Objectives: To determine the characteristics of patients, indications, and the types of dental treatment, that was carried out for children under general anesthesia at Queen Rania AL Abdullah hospital for children in Amman-Jordan. Methods: A retrospective, descriptive and comparative study was designed. Data were collected from records of patients who required full mouth rehabilitation under general anesthesia over a one year period (13 February 2010 to l3 February 2011), at Queen Rania Al… Expand
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