ADHD and Anesthesiology

Published Online: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
In this podcast, David O. Warner, MD, a Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist, discusses a study that found an association between undergoing anesthesia and the likelihood of developing ADHD. To download this podcast, click here.
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