Premedication with melatonin vs midazolam in anxious children.

@article{Iik2008PremedicationWM,
  title={Premedication with melatonin vs midazolam in anxious children.},
  author={Berrin Işik and Ozg{\"u}l Baygin and Haluk Bodur},
  journal={Paediatric anaesthesia},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 7},
  pages={635-41}
}
AIM Failure of dental treatment caused by anxiety is a common problem in children. Oral midazolam has been the most commonly used premedication for pediatric patient but the use of midazolam may be associated with paradoxical reactions in children. Melatonin may induce a natural sleepiness and improve sedation. We have investigated premedication with… CONTINUE READING