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The pain management in pediatric surgery is a very complex and relevant problem with many clinical implications. Pain in children requires special considerations due to physical and psychological immaturity. The enhancement in pain management results in a reduction of recovery time and complications. Few studies are available in the literature focused on postoperative pain and analgesia requirements in children following surgical procedures. In the present brief review we summarize the current strategies of pain management in pediatric surgery and we envision the new hypothetical horizons in this field.
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Author(s): Claudia Filisetti, Manuela De Gregori, Massimo Allegri, Dario Bugada, Lorenzo Cobianchi and Giovanna Riccipetitoni