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In this case the patient should undergo consultation of a hemostaseologist. A working group of Meneghini et al. Preoperative fasting for preventing perioperative complications in children. Risk factors for PONV in the infancy are known [ 84 ]: Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. Parents play a crucial role in the aftercare, they must be able to perceive disturbances and interferences on time and to initiate adequate steps.

If a child had contact to children with a childhood infection, it is recommended to wait for the respective maximum incubation time up to a elective operation to bend forward an additional exposition and possible infection of the medical team, however, also of other patients and parents [ 4 ], [ 44 ], [ 45 ].

Anesthesia for ORL surgery in children

Obstructive sleep apnoea concerns approx. Hemorrhage following tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy in 15, patients.

Children in this state neither have direct contact with the environment nor with the parents or the medical staff, they are very worried and motoric hyperactive, however, without focused movements, and cannot be calmed. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost.

Short apnoea tolerance leads quickly to hypoxia and myocardial depression in small children. OSA mostly manifests itself at the age between 2 and 6 years, it is more frequent in boys than girls, as well as in obese than normal-weight children. Dexamethasone and risk of nausea and vomiting and postoperative bleeding after tonsillectomy in children: A systematic review found that routine lab examinations deliver no additional information after a conscientiously carried out history and clinical kaatlog which showed no pathologies which would decisively influence the anesthesiologic regimen 20011 5 ].


There is still no final explanation for the mechanism, the influence of volatile anesthetics on the central nervous system activity possibly plays a operierrn, while the balance is affected between neural synaptic inhibition and excitation.

Perioperative management of children with obstructive sleep apnea.

Anesthesia for ORL surgery in children

Assessing the willingness of parents to pay for reducing postoperative emesis in children. The application of paracetamol must be defeated by a documented maximum daily dose max. Children are often affected by diseases in the ORL area, Oprieren interventions are typical operations in children between the age 2 and 5 years. Snoring, apneic episodes, and nocturnal hypoxemia among children 6 months to 6 years old.

Which clinical anesthesia outcomes are important to avoid?

Modern day-case operirren for children. A detailed history and clinical examination forms the basis of the decision. A comparison of emergence delirium scales following general anesthesia in children. Risk assessment for respiratory complications in paediatric anaesthesia: PONV does not only mean dyscomfort, but can lead to severe complications: Today a pragmatic fixed 2-fold prophylaxis is used increasingly with all patients [ 85 ].

Hence, a symptomatic therapy must start immediately, e.

Today, however, the pressure to ambulant treatment of children comes increasingly from quite different sides. With the help of the ECG and Echocardiography most questions can be answered, an invasive diagnostics is only seldom necessary.


The ambulant care comes up to the high need of children for security and close surroundings as well as the wish of the parents to take her child after an operation again with home [ 48 ]. Recommendations and guidelines for perioperative pain therapy exist [ ], [ ], [ ] [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ]:.

Besides, the level of pain caused by the operation seems to play an essential role [ 99 ]. The maintenance of a continuous oxygenation is of highest priority, because hypoxia has worse effects on the outcome.

Operation-conditioned bleeding after adeno- and tonsillectomy can be a live-threatening emergency in children because of the danger of hemorrhagic shock and acute airway obstruction.

Procalcitonin to initiate or discontinue antibiotics in acute respiratory tract infections. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. The so-called routine screening was a common procedure in children as well as adults for decades, prior to an operation a blood count, coagulation and electrolyte testing was performed in nearly all of the patients, assuming that latent comorbidity could be detected by lab-technical examinations.

Inhalational anesthesia vs total intravenous anesthesia TIVA for pediatric anesthesia. Sikich N, Lerman J. Habre W, McLeod B.

Massive transfusion in children and neonates. Postoperative complications like PONV, emergence delirium and pain are frequent with children after ORL operations, standardized preventive regimes exist and should be strictly moved.