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Anesthesia for ORL surgery in children

It must be stated that it concerns not only one of the frequent, but also one of the clinically relevant complications in the perioperative interval, because children can suffer from longer term persistent postoperative behavioral disorders [ 92 ]. An improvement of the sleeping architecture in OSA children is to be expected after adeno- tonsillectomy, however, it can enter with temporally delay, children with OSA are at increased risk for postoperative hypoxia [ 40 ].

Notes Competing interests The author declares that she has no competing interests. Implementation of a standardized pain management in a pediatric surgery unit.

Preoperative screening for coagulation disorders in children undergoing adenoidectomy AT and tonsillectomy TE: Do children who experience laryngospasm have an increased risk of upper respiratory tract infection?

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Open in a separate window. ED is stressful to children, parents, and medical team; it can endanger the surgical result. For children, taking blood samples means a considerable stress, therefore, it should be carried out only in reasonable cases. Perioperative management of children with obstructive sleep apnea.

Postoperatively, it is important to prevent complications such as pain and PONV by dedicated prevention and treatment strategies, as well as to recognize and treat respiratory or circulatory complications competently.

A persisting unsolved problem. J Allergy Clin Immunol.

Anesthesia for ORL surgery in children

Hemostatic assessment of patients before tonsillectomy: Massive transfusion in children and neonates. Pharmacological prevention of sevoflurane- and desflurane-related emergence agitation in children: Postponing surgery because of a vaccination or postponing vaccination because of a planned operation is not recommended for these reasons any more in general.

Modern day-case anaesthesia for children. Hence, a symptomatic therapy must start immediately, e. Many anesthetists renounce for different reasons today midazolame and work, e.

The post-bleeding aftercare takes place in general on an intensive care unit. However, the intravenous introduction with propofol and the maintenance of anesthesia by means of Total Intravenous anesthesia TIVA offers advantages particularly in the patient group of the toddlers and preschool children to ORL interventions [ 62 ]: As it is to be considered that children with neuromuscular diseases can develop a secondary cardiomyopathy under chemotherapy, with this patient group an echocardiography should be always indicated in case of clinical symptoms.

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For volume resuscitation a vascular access is required, with heavy bleeding the establishment can be difficult or impossible, an intraosseous access is recommended primarily [ 71 ].

The Peak Flow Measurement is simply to be carried out and is a valuable parameter which can indicate an acute change kataog the lung function [ 22 ]. The conversion rate to endotracheal Intubation amounted to only 0. Eur J Pediatr Surg. The maintenance of a continuous oxygenation is of highest priority, because hypoxia has worse effects on the outcome.

Habre W, McLeod B. Postoperative vomiting in children. Fitzgerald M, Beggs S. Routine lab investigations can lead to the dilemma that a patient has no anamnestic or clinical symptoms signs of a coagulation disorder, but a pathological PTT value.

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Handlungsempfehlung zur Rapid-Sequence-Induction im Kindesalter. Perioperative respiratory adverse events are still a leading cause for mortality and morbidity in pediatric anesthesia, they are responsible for approx. Influence of anesthesia on immune responses and its effect on vaccination in children: Safety of laryngeal mask airway and short-stay practice in office-based adenotonsillectomy.