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    Default Fasting for surgery advice please :)

    My 10 month old DD is going under general anaesthetic tomorrow morning for an op, and in my rush to drive to Brisbane I left her pre-op instructions at home. AND her consent form.. I'm hoping I can just sign another in the morning...

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    Can anyone advise me (if they remember correctly) what the recommended fasting instructions are for a baby under 1?

    TIA x

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    Usually it would be fast from midnight for an a.m operation, if she still feeds frequently I would wake her at midnight to feed so she's not absolutely starving post op.


 

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