Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 58, issue 9, P977-984 2019 DOI: 10.1177/0009922819845897 View full text
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E. Angeles Martinez Mier, Christopher R. Walsh, Christopher C. Farah, LaQuia A. Vinson, Armando E. Soto-Rojas, James E. Jones

Abstract: Objective. To investigate if parental background affects acceptance of behavior guidance techniques. Background. Behavior guidance techniques are used for the safe and effective treatment of pediatric patients. Acceptance of these techniques may vary by racial and ethnic background. Methods. A total of 142 parents were recruited and asked to rate videos showing: active restraint/protective stabilization (AR), general anesthesia (GA), nitrous oxide sedation (N2O), oral premedication/sedation (OP), passive rest…

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