Sedating patient

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First, sedation is recommended to allow patients the ability to tolerate unpleasant diagnostic or surgical procedures and to relieve anxiety and discomfort.Second, sedation for uncooperative patients may expedite and simplify special procedures that require little or no movement.Additionally, sedation is often desirable to diminish fear associated with operative procedures.Sedation allows the depression of patients' awareness of the environment and reduction of their response to external stimulation.It plays a pivotal role in the care of the critically ill patient, and encompasses a wide spectrum of symptom control that will vary between patients, and among individuals throughout the course of their illnesses.

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