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Upper Respiratory Infection Tied to Adverse Events During Pediatric Sedation

10:40 EDT 30 Jun 2017 | Medscape

Children with upper respiratory infections (URIs) are at greater risk of adverse events and airway interventions during procedural sedation - though the rates are low, researchers say.
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