Pediatric Anesthesia

Cover image for Vol. 24 Issue 12

Edited By: N S Morton

Impact Factor: 1.742

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 17/29 (Anesthesiology); 46/117 (Pediatrics)

Online ISSN: 1460-9592

Pro-Con Debates


Administration of ketamine to children with pulmonary hypertension is safe: pro-con debate: Pro Argument
Glyn D. Williams, Robert H. Friesen

The placement of an intravenous cannula is always necessary during general anesthesia in children: a pro-con debate
Jonathan Smith, Anna-Maria Rollin

Pro con debate: the use of regional vs systemic analgesia for neonatal surgery
ADRIAN T BÖSENBERG, MARTIN JÖHR, ANDREW R WOLF

Pro-con debate: Transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) for pediatric cardiac surgery should routinely be performed and interpreted by a pediatric cardiac anesthetist
CAMERON GRAYDON, SALLY WILMSHURST , CRISPIN BEST

Pro–con debate: intravenous vs inhalation induction of anesthesia in children
MARZENA ZIELINSKA, HELEN HOLTBY, ANDREW WOLF

Pro–con debate: cohort studies vs the randomized clinical trial methodology in pediatric anesthesia
TOM G. HANSEN MD, PhD, STEEN W. HENNEBERG MD, PhD, NEIL S. MORTON MD, FRCA, FRCPCH, FFPMRCA, KAARE CHRISTENSEN MD, PhD, DMSC, ANDREW J. DAVIDSON MBBS, MD, FANZCA, KATHERINE J. LEE BSc, MSc, Phd, POLLYANNA HARDY MSc, ANDREW WOLF MD, FRCA

Pro–con debate: is codeine a drug that still has a useful role in pediatric practice?
MICHAEL TREMLETT BM, DCHRCP, FRCA, BRIAN J. ANDERSON PhD, FANZCA, FJFICM, ANDREW WOLF MD, FRCA

The place of premedication in pediatric practice
ABRAHAM ROSENBAUM MD, ZEEV N. KAIN MD, PETER LARSSON MD, PER-ARNE LÖNNQVIST MD DEAA FRCA PHD, ANDREW R. WOLF MD FRCA

The place of suxamethonium in pediatric anesthesia
MARCIN RAWICZ MD, PHD, BARBARA W. BRANDOM MD, ANDREW WOLF MD, FRCA

Pro: anesthesia for children in the developing world should be delivered by medical anesthetists
REBECCA JACOB MD DA

Con: anesthesia for children in the developing world should be delivered by medical anesthetists
IAIN H. WILSON MB ChB FRCA

Inhalational anesthesia vs total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) for pediatric anesthesia
JERROLD LERMAN MD FRCPC FANZCA, MARTIN JÖHR MD

Pro: pediatric anesthesia training in developing countries is best achieved by selective out of country scholarships
ZIPPORAH N. GATHUYA

Con: pediatric anesthesia training in developing countries is best achieved by out of country scholarships
ISABEAU A. WALKER FRCA

Religious practice, blood transfusion, and major medical procedures
SARAH HIVEY MBChB FRCA, NICHOLAS PACE FRCA, FRCP, MPhil, PhD, JOHN P. GARSIDE LLB LLM solicitor, ANDREW R. WOLF MD FRCA

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