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Iran's regional status in anesthesia science high
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Anesthesia may harm brains of children under three
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that repeated or lengthy use of general anesthesia or sedation drugs for children younger than three or pregnant women in their third trimester may affect youngsters' developing brains.
Surgical anesthesia linked to lower IQ
Children, who received general anesthesia for surgery before age four, had diminished language comprehension, lower IQ and decreased gray matter density in posterior regions of their brain, according to a new study by Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Study offers new clue into how anesthesia works
No one could figure out how anesthesia drugs interact with the brain to block pain and induce a coma-like, memory-free state. The debate has divided the anesthesia research community into two camps: one that believes anesthetics primarily act on the cell membrane (the lipid bilayer) of nerve cells, perhaps altering it to the point that embedded proteins cannot function normally. The other says the membrane proteins themselves are altered directly by anesthetics.
Iran leads region in anesthesia and pain control
Iran is the top nation in the region in terms of local anesthesia and pain control, said head of Department of Anesthesiology and Pain.
Iran leads region in anesthesia and pain control
Iran is the top nation in the region in terms of local anesthesia and pain control, said head of Department of Anesthesiology and Pain.

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