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Pediatric Spine: Not Just Smaller–Different

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In adults, dural tear 3. In pediatric patients, neurologic deterioration was the most frequent postoperative AE.

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AEs occurred more often in patients with an ASA score higher or equal to 3. Deformity correction and thoraco-lumbar surgery were associated with higher risk of AEs. Severe AEs Grade 3, 4 and 5 occurred more frequently in pediatric patients than in adults.

Conclusions: This study provided an assessment of perioperative AEs associated with adult and pediatric spinal surgery based on a prospective design. The overall complication rates during hospitalization were high, but not equally impactful; pediatric patients had the most severe. The results of this study may be useful to improve the safety and cost-effectiveness of patient care.