Swedish Guidelines on Paediatric Anaesthesia
“The responsibility of the anaesthetist in the context of anaesthetizing children < 3 years of age”
|NB! Relates to a setting where anaesthetic nurses are part of the service, thus, you may at one time be expected to supervise more than one room. States that children < 3 yrs should be anaesthetised by a “paediatric anaesthetists” as far as possible/reasonable.|
“Recommendations on the organisation of paediatric anaesthesia in Sweden”
Deals with which type of procedures and ages of children that a small (DGH), medium and university hospital are expected to be able to handle and which that should be transferred to the appropriate higher level of care.
“Guidelines on pain treatment in children: Acute and postoperative pain”
“Guidelines for Swedish paediatric intensive care”
NB! Joint document between paediatric anaesthesia, paediatric surgery, paediatrics, and paediatric pain societies/sections in Sweden. Deals mainly with organisational issues and resourcing.
All the above guidelines are endorsed by the general Swedish Society for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.