Paediatric anaesthesia and inhalation agents.

@article{Jhr2005PaediatricAA,
  title={Paediatric anaesthesia and inhalation agents.},
  author={Martin J{\"o}hr and Thomas Berger},
  journal={Best practice & research. Clinical anaesthesiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={501-22}
}
Inhalation agents are amongst the mainstays of paediatric anaesthesia, as children are often induced by mask before venous access is obtained. Children do not like needles and obtaining venous access in an awake and moving child can be very demanding. Safety aspects are of particular importance in paediatric anaesthesia. Therefore, the possibility of monitoring end-tidal concentrations facilitates correct dosing in all patients, from the preterm infant weighing less than 1000 g to the adult… CONTINUE READING

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