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Tijdschrift voor kindergeneeskunde

, Volume 75, Issue 3, pp 108–113 | Cite as

Postoperatieve complicaties na kinderanesthesie

  • F. Veyckemans
  • L. Beque
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Samenvatting

Dit artikel beschrijft de meest frequente postoperatieve complicaties die optreden bij het kind na thuiskomst: postoperatieve pijn, postoperatieve misselijkheid en braken (ponv), koorts en gedragsstoornissen. Het uitgangspunt in dit artikel is de klinische presentatie van deze complicaties. Van daaruit worden de oorzaken, de diagnostiek, de therapie en eventuele preventie besproken.

Abstract

This paper describes the most common postoperative complications observed at home after pediatric anesthesia: pain, nausea and vomiting, fever, behavioural changes, but also hemorrhage or urinary retention. A problem-oriented approach is used to describe their causes, diagnosis and treatment or prevention.

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