Role of an anesthesiologist in pediatric X-ray diagnostics

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Purpose: analysis of modern data devoted to the issue of stress-free and safe magnetic resonance imaging in children using both non-drug methods and different agents for anesthesia along with their delivery systems.

Discussion. It is difficult to complete MRI in younger children due to some reasons and possible development of stress. The technique often requires the presence of an anesthesiologist, especially if patients present with neurological pathology. The article describes how to deal with this problem to ensure safety and comfort during the procedure at the X-ray diagnostic department.

Conclusions: a broad spectrum of non-drug methods is available and successfully used today. Different types of sedation and anesthesia ensure safety and comfort of a patient who undergoes an examination at the X-ray diagnostic department.


About the authors

Ekaterina S. Iakovleva

Science and Practical Center of Children Psychoneurology of the Moscow City Health Department

Author for correspondence.
Email: iakovlevadoc@gmail.com

Russian Federation

Anesthesiologist, Scientific practical center of pediatric psychoneurology

Michurinskij highway, 74, Moscow, 119602; phone: +7 (495) 430–80–8

Vladimir V. Lazarev

Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University

Email: lazarev_vv@inbox.ru

Russian Federation

Dr. Sci (Med), Professor, Chairman of the Department of Pediatric Anesthesiology and Intensive Care

Ostrovityanov 1, Moscow, 117997; phone: +7(495) 936–90–65

Andrey V. Diordiev

Science and Practical Center of Children Psychoneurology of the Moscow City Health Department; Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Russian Federation

Dr. Sci (Med), Professor, Head of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Medicine of Scientific practical center of pediatric psychoneurology

Michurinskij highway, 74, Moscow, 119602; phone: +7 (495) 430–80–83

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