Factors That Increase Amylase Up The Recommended Infusion Rate

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amine does not reach the recommended infusion rate. Mion and colleagues suggest to increase ketamine up to a ratio of 1:3, arguing that in their experience psychomimetic secondary effects does not appear (sedation). Nevertheless, in the pediatric setting, psychodysleptic effects can appear even with standard ratio. Cochrane review showed reduced postoperative morphine requirements and opioid side effects (PONV)(RF., JB. et al. 2006). CLONIDINE / DEXMEDETOMIDINE SUCROSE Sucrose 24% is known to trigger release of endorphins that contribute to pain control, however prolonged sucrose administration is a growing field of research(Holsti and Grunau 2010), showing potential deleterious neuro-developmental and long-term…show more content…
60 mg/kg/day IV Paracetamol (propacetamol) Neonates term Infants and children 7,5 mg/kg q6H 12,5 mg/kg q6H 30 mg/kg/day max 3,75 g/day Ibuprofen PO/PR children PO neonates term * 5-10 mg/kg q6-8H 5 mg/kg q12-24H <40 mg/kg/day <30 mg/kg Ketorolac IV children * 0,5 mg/kg q6-8H <2 mg/kg/day <5 consecutives days Magnesium Sucrose PO Preterm neonates Term neonates 24% solution: 0,5 ml 1 ml Doses shouldn’t exceed 10/day * should be used cautiously < 6 months of age and reassessed daily LOCAL ANESTHETICS INFUSION No pediatric data except case report of a terminal child successfully treated (MASSEY GV. 2002. J Ped Hematol Oncol) 23.4.3 REGIONAL ANESTHESIA 2014. MESSERER B. Regionalanästhesiologische Verfahren im Kindesalter (oesterreich guideliness).pdf 2013. BLATTER JA. Perioperative respiratory management of pediatric patients with neuromuscular disease (PRO regional is less risk Opioids Side Effects) 2011. MCGREEVY K. Preventing chronic pain following acute pain - risk factors, preventive strategies and their efficacy – OIRD 2011. Lonquvist PA. strong evidence to use LRA in the ambulatory context, however needs further studies to compare between blocks and best combination of oral analgesics. Role increasing use of ultrasound-guided peripheral single shot blocks and the use of continuous peripheral catheters in order to extend analgesia after the return home. Regional anaesthesia offers several advantages of decreasing systemic
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