Demographics: Range of clinical procedure chosen in relation to the child or young person's procedural sedation

Base: N = 63

Change of wound dressings1422
Intra-articular steroid injections610
Removal of chest drains46.3
Gamma camera34.8
Botox injections23.2
Removal of sutures23.2
Removal of wound drains23.2
Lumbar puncture11.6
Removal of wires11.6
Catheter insertion11.6
Changing of line position11.6
Not recorded813

From: 7, Swimming in the sea of uncertainty in relation to sedation experience for children and young people undergoing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

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