Xenon anesthesia during the oral cavity sanitation in child with consequences of perinatal brain damage
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inhalation anesthesia
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Lazarev VV, Haliullin DM, Gabdrafikov RR, Gracheva ES, Kuznetsova EE, Koshcheev DV Xenon anesthesia during the oral cavity sanitation in child with consequences of perinatal brain damage. Annals of Critical Care. 2019;(2):105–110. doi:10.21320/1818-474X-2019-2-105-110.


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Halogenated inhalation anesthetics have some adverse effects, including the ability to have a negative effect on the developing brain in children, one of the manifestations of which are cognitive dysfunctions, especially in the younger age group. The article presents a clinical case of xenon in combined inhalation anesthesia in a child with the consequences of perinatal brain damage. During anesthesia, a spontaneous ventilation mode was applied with pressure support ventilation (PSV). There was noted high efficacy and safety xenon anesthesia in a dental treatment, the absence of the effect of anesthesia on cognitive function in a child with a compromised nervous system. It is advisable to further study the use of xenon in the pediatric dentistry anesthesia.
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