Anesthesia in infants
Close contact with the parents of our patients has shown us that one of the most frequent worries cocerns the anesthesia; how the child will feel initially without his or her parents, what adverse effects the boy or girl could experience and other questions. We seek to answer some of these here in a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding pediatric anesthesia.
From the beginning our team has been fortunate to rely on a group of anesthetists with wide-ranging experience in dealing with pediatric anesthesia. One of our most frequent collaborators, Dr.Jordi Sebastián Bachs, remarked on our way of working together: ‘’ 5+5+5 certainly adds up. That’s a lot of years working together, seeking to provide good care for children needing surgery. All these years working together testify to a good understanding and long experience, as well as to appropriate criteria and good results. This says a lot about a team that strives to continue providing excellent service in Pediatric Surgery.’’
In all cases the parents accompany the child to the door of the operating room, so as to reassure him or her. Once there, the well-experienced team of professionals in the field takes full charge of the child’s care.
It’s no easy task being a mother or father, not the first time, nor the next. One at times feels that there are just so many......
As it name indicates, pediatric surgery is that aspect of surgery dedicated to resolving surgical problems in childhood.
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