Current Status of Intravenous Anesthesia in Children
Until recently, intravenous techniques have not been widely used in pediatric anesthesia. This was caused by the concern that most agents that were available resulted in longer recovery when compared to inhalational techniques, and by the unwillingness to subject awake children to the trauma of venipuncture(1).
KeywordsStrabismus Surgery Inhalational Technique Induction Dose Pediatric Anesthesia Postoperative Vomiting
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