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Study: Pediatric Patients Often Experience Pain, Exhibit Maladaptive Behavior Post-surgery

05:41 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | AHC Media

Young children undergoing ambulatory orthopedic, urology, general surgery, and otolaryngology surgical procedures frequently experience post-surgical pain and exhibit maladaptive behaviors, such as increased crying, difficulty with sleep, and acting out.

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