Sedação e Analgesia Pediátrica: comentários acerca das drogas utilizadas em procedimentos no pronto‐socorro e os cuidados necessários antes, durante e após a sedoanalgesia

Amanda de Queiroz Germano Machado, Ana Caroliny de Castro Venâncio, Francisca Priscila Sampaio Cruz Teles, Mondeyv de Freitas Pascoal, Jacquelinny Lopes de Macêdo, Hermes Melo Teixeira Batista

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O principal objetivo da sedação em pediatria, está relacionado a necessidade de controlar o comportamento da criança ou adolescente, para que seja possível realizar um procedimento da forma mais segura possível. Especialmente em relação ao público infantil, cuja compreensão dos fatos é menor, a ansiedade e o medo podem causar dificuldade de se conseguir a colaboração do paciente. É importante que o local disponibilize de profissionais qualificados em sedoanalgesia pediátrica, como forma de evitar a dor imediata e possíveis traumas futuros no paciente.

 

 

 


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Sedação, Analgesia, sedoanalgesia pediátrica

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