2005
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.141.5.629
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General Anesthesia in Infants and Children for Pediatric Dermatologic Procedures

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“…The benefits of pediatric office procedures include minimal parental absence from work, minimal patient absence from school, and the ability to eat before the procedure. 24,25 Other advantages include less waiting time and decreased price via forging facility and anesthesia fees. 26,27 Parents can also be shown results immediately to confirm uniformity of esthetic appeal.…”
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“…The benefits of pediatric office procedures include minimal parental absence from work, minimal patient absence from school, and the ability to eat before the procedure. 24,25 Other advantages include less waiting time and decreased price via forging facility and anesthesia fees. 26,27 Parents can also be shown results immediately to confirm uniformity of esthetic appeal.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is also supported by the significant decrease in parental anxiety levels after parents experienced the otoplasty under LA and the significantly lower average child trauma scores in the LA subgroup. The benefits of pediatric office procedures include minimal parental absence from work, minimal patient absence from school, and the ability to eat before the procedure 24,25. Other advantages include less waiting time and decreased price via forging facility and anesthesia fees 26,27.…”
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“…Deep sedation and general anaesthesia are safe and cost-effective approaches to control pain. Physicians should encourage parents to do such procedures as early as possible [19].…”
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“…The risk of general anesthesia for elective pediatric dermatology procedures was low and 90% of patients did not experience clinically relevant complications. An editorial by Dinulos et al (6) also suggested that general anesthesia or deep sedation is a safe and cost‐effective method of controlling pain. The authors encouraged others who perform cutaneous surgery on the pediatric patients to report their experiences to improve the practice and to establish management recommendations.…”
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confidence: 99%