Revista de Anestesiología Clínica: Acceso Abierto

Role of Parental Preoperative Anxiety in Pediatric Anesthesia Experience: Implications for Family-Centered Care


Nicole Britni*

Parental anxiety before pediatric surgical procedures can significantly impact the child's anesthesia experience and overall well-being. This research article delves into the role of parental preoperative anxiety in the context of pediatric anesthesia, emphasizing the importance of family-centered care. Through a comprehensive review of existing literature, this article explores the effects of parental anxiety on children's psychological and physiological responses to anesthesia, outlines potential mechanisms, and underscores the significance of healthcare providers adopting family-centered strategies to alleviate preoperative stress.

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