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This chapter, reviews burns management in children.The authors discuss the various types of burns in children and the impact on management. The authors review burn classification, penetration and assessment of body surface area affected as it relates to children. Discussion of the anesthetic considerations related to patients with severe burns is presented including, carbon monoxide and cyanide toxicities, fluid and temperature management, airway considerations and analgesic options
This chapter reviews the thankfully rare but critical topic of local anesthetic systemic toxicity in children. The authors discuss the incidence, presentation and differential diagnosis related to local anesthetic toxicity. The chapter discusses the prevention and treatment of local anesthetic toxicity which is crucial knowledge for providers performing regional anesthesia in children.
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