It describes what sedation is, what happens when your child gets sedation, and how to care for your child after the test or treatment.
You should ask for the cream as soon as you arrive on the day of your appointment.If your baby drinks formula, stop giving formula 6 hours before the sedation.It is important to tell your child what will happen during the test or treatment.Tell your child who will be staying with him, what kinds of things will happen, and how he may feel during and after the test or treatment.Your nurse can help you explain the test or treatment to your child. Children feel less anxious and scared when they know what to expect.
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Sedation is medicine to make your child sleepy or more comfortable during a hospital test or treatment.