Association for Paediatric Palliative Medicine and British Academy of Childhood Disability 2019
DOI: 10.1136/archdischild-2019-rcpch.467
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Abstract: tubes (NGT) due to sensory processing difficulties. Despite reinsertions under general anaesthesia, he would remove them as soon as he woke up.Due to potential metabolic risks, he was transferred to intensive care (PICU) to be managed under sedation for a period of time. Low dose antipsychotic medication was started, to manage procedure-related agitation that worsened rumination. He learnt to tolerate the NGT upon gradual weaning of sedation. The severity of rumination improved and his weight stabilised. He wa… Show more

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