The experience of children and young people undergoing procedural sedation:
Part 1 and 2 survey detail in relation to responses and percentage breakdown

Base: N = 63

PercentagesFurther details
Disagree a lotDisagree a bitIn the middleAgree a bitAgree a lotBaseN/R%ResponseTotal base
I was told everything I wanted to know about what would happen003.51284576.69363
I was told enough about the sedation1.81.81.81184559.89063
I was told enough about how I might feel01.89.13.685559.89063
I was taught things I could do to help me feel OK with what would happen6610166250188263
I had time to ask any questions I wanted3.63.61.81379568.29263
The people looking after me were nice to me and helped me feel OK01.803.695568.29263
PercentagesFurther details
As much as I can imagineLoadsQuite a lotSomeJust a little bitNot at allBaseN/R%ResponseTotal base
How upset did you feel afterwards?
How scared did you feel after you had the sedation medicine?
Thinking about what happened after you had the sedation medicine, how much did it hurt?03.81115284253168463
How scared did you feel before you were given the sedation medicine?111.81318203655138763

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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