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Title Pediatric Anesthetic Management with the Aid of a Computer
Author(s) Dona L. Warner; Daniel J. Essin; Stephen N. Steen
Source International Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, Vol. 2, Pages 9-14
Publication Date 1985
Abstract A computer program has been developed to assist in the preparation of proper drug and anaesthetic doses for children. An individualized reference sheet containing the doses of the more commonly used drugs for the induction and maintenance of anaesthesia, fluid requirements, blood volume information, ventilatory variables, estimated endotracheal tube sizes and emergency drug doses constitutes the output of this program. The importance of such a computer program in improving paediatric anaesthetic management is discussed.


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