Recomendaciones para la analgosedación en niños críticamente enfermos en general y con COVID19
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COVID-19
Pediatria
Sedación
Analgesia
Delirium
Abstinencia
intecciones medicamentosas
Cuidados críticos

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Berrondo C, Lucini S, Mezzenzani MA, Romero R, Terán ME. Recomendaciones para la analgosedación en niños críticamente enfermos en general y con COVID19: Comité de Analgesia, Delirium y Sedación. Sociedad Argentina de Terapia Intensiva. Rev Arg de Ter Int. [Internet]. 19 de junio de 2020 [citado 31 de octubre de 2020];37(2). Disponible en: //revista.sati.org.ar/index.php/MI/article/view/726

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En las Unidades de Cuidado Intensivo Pediátricas (UCIPs), el adecuado manejo de la analgosedación cobra vital importancia, siendo necesario mantener al niño sin dolor y tranquilo. La valoración del dolor y la sedación debe ser una práctica rutinaria. Es fundamental conocer las drogas disponibles, el manejo correcto de la dosis, así como sus principales efectos adversos e interacciones. También es necesaria la detección precoz del delirium y del síndrome de abstinencia para asegurar una adecuada atención de calidad.  La actual pandemia de COVID 19 afecta de manera grave a una escasa proporción de la población pediátrica provocando la necesidad de su ingreso a terapia intensiva. Dada la gravedad de este cuadro como de otras entidades críticas, el empleo de una correcta analgesia y sedación juntamente con otras medidas terapéuticas, se impone fuertemente. Debido a todo lo expuesto se elaboraron las siguientes recomendaciones. 
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