Perioperative Hypotension in Infants: Insights From the GAS Study

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Although anesthesiologists routinely measure blood pressures in infants, and, in principle, agree that hypotension should be avoided, we do not yet have good evidence to help with the definition of what constitutes hypotension. This unanswered question is of utmost relevance where the possibility of a causal link between early life exposure to anesthesia and subsequently altered neurodevelopmental outcome has been suggested.
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