ISSN 2409-5834

Investigating The Effect of Midazolam on Pediatric's Sedation and Anxiety

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Alireza Montaseri ,Afzal Shamsi ,Zainab hashem aziz ,Mojgan Rahimi ,Sarmad Abdulkadhim Abdullh


Introduction and Aim: One of the essential experiences in life is surgical events anesthesia. This experience may cause physiological and psychological disorders such as anxiety and stress, especially in children. The anxiety problem appears without appropriate treatment, and many cause impactive physical or psychological complications in children. Procedural sedation methods for children and adults are different, and a successful method for anxiety control in adults may not be effective in children. Few studies have specifically studied performing the preoperative midazolam therapy and method of consumption on postoperative children’s anxiety

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