The current status of procedural sedation for pediatric patients in out-of-operating room locations

  title={The current status of procedural sedation for pediatric patients in out-of-operating room locations},
  author={Jeana E. Havidich and J. Cravero},
  journal={Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology},
  • Jeana E. Havidich, J. Cravero
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology
  • Purpose of review To illustrate the changes that are occurring in the rapidly growing field of pediatric sedation. In the USA and throughout the world, children receive sedation from a multitude of specialists with varying levels of training. The current pediatric sedation literature reflects a growing body of sedation literature by medical specialists other than anesthesiologists. This article will review the controversial use of propofol by nonanesthesiologists and the manner in which this… CONTINUE READING
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