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Here's a quick look at what may happen before, during, and after on the day of your child's operation or procedure.
Knowing the basics of anesthesia may help answer your questions and ease some concerns — both yours and your child's.
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Epilepsy surgery is an operation done on the brain to reduce or stop seizures.
Some kids have medical problems that prevent them from being able to take adequate nutrition by mouth. A gastrostomy tube (also called a G-tube) delivers nutrition directly to the stomach.
If your child’s health care provider prescribed a prescription pain medicine that contains an opioid, you probably have many questions about how to use it safely. Get answers here.
Laryngoscopy, a visual exam of the voicebox and airway, can help discover the causes of voice and breathing problems, throat or ear pain, and other bothersome symptoms.
The treatment for meatal stenosis is a simple procedure to make the opening of the meatus bigger called a meatoplasty.
Minimally invasive surgery is a type of procedure done without the use of a large incision (cut).
If your child needs to have an operation, you probably have plenty of questions, many of them about anesthesia.