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Associate Professor Debbie Long, an expert research lead in paediatrics in intensive care settings. Picture: QUT Media

QUT study links sedative use in children with post traumatic stress

A drug commonly used to sedate children receiving treatment in intensive care has been identified as a “possible predictor” of post traumatic stress symptoms (PTSS), a study led by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has found.

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