However, the study does not prove that anesthesia is the cause.
"I don't want to scare parents," says researcher Lena S.
They are particularly used as decongestants, and are effective at symptomatically clearing up runny noses.
However, recent changes have occurred because of the side effects of these medications.
In 2011, the Food and Drug administration completed its review of these products and determined that they are no longer recommended for children under the age of 2.
by ≥10% of baseline) and sedation events such as inadequate, failed, or excessive sedation, were documented on the institutional quality assurance tool.
Children were discharged from the hospital when they met the following preestablished discharge criteria: return to baseline vital signs, level of consciousness close to baseline, and the ability to maintain a patent airway.
An MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan uses a magnetic field rather than x-rays to take pictures of your child’s body.
The MRI scanner is a hollow machine with a tube running horizontally through its middle.