Tag Archives: child

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

Posted on 07/03/19 by Allied Anesthesia

Arthritis is generally thought of as an ailment of the elderly, an inflammation of the joints that can be caused by a number of age-related factors. But juvenile arthritis – which occurs in patients 16 and under – affects over 300,000 children and teens in the US alone. In honor of Juvenile Arthritis Awareness month, […]

Infants, Anesthesia & Safety

Posted on 06/13/19 by Allied Anesthesia

Many of the doctors here at Allied Anesthesia are pediatric anesthesia experts and parents. We know how stressful it can be to have a child undergo a significant medical procedure and receive general anesthesia—especially when the child is very young and unable to understand what’s going on or communicate how they are feeling. More importantly, […]

Does Anesthesia Affect Childhood Development? New Research Says No.

Posted on 04/17/19 by Allied Anesthesia

Undergoing serious medical procedures can be stressful at any age, but when you’re a parent and the patient is your young child, it’s particularly worrying. Aside from concerns about the nature of the procedure itself, many parents are hesitant to expose children to general anesthesia for fear that the medicine might have a negative impact […]