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Pre-op SARS-CoV-2 testing is no longer recommended prior to elective surgery in children.
APAGBI endorsed RCPCH National guidance for the restoration and recovery of elective surgery in children updated:
25th May 2022 1700 ● Considerations in Acute and Chronic Pain Management in Children ● Dr Helen Neary – Liverpool
Survey: Children with congenital heart disease having non-cardiac surgery.
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APAGBI Annual Report 2022

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Preassessment
We are delighted to publish the first APAGBI guidance on preassessment services for children undergoing surgery or a procedure.
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RCPCH National guidance for the recovery of elective surgery in children

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cessation of all but the most urgent elective children’s surgical cases during the period of peak prevalence of infection in the general population. There is now a focus on addressing the huge backlog of procedures which have been delayed since the beginning of the pandemic in a safe and effective way. This has been the result of a huge collective effort by the RCPCH, APAGBI, RCoA, BAPS, RCS England and the Association of Perioperative Practice, and many others

The RCPCH recommendations use the most up to date evidence to inform practice that will enable recovery of children’s elective surgery.

 

Should serious risks of death and disability be discussed with all paediatric Patients?

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Yes
22% (12 votes)
No
78% (42 votes)
Total votes: 54

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