General anesthesia prevents the social adaptation of children, say scientists

Researchers from Ikan medical school conducted in the laboratory total 4-hour anesthesia 10 young makkam. About as much requires surgeons to conduct great operations. Proven, construction and operation of the brain of humans and macaques are very similar. About it writes The Daily Mail.

Monkeys were immersed in anesthesia on days 7, 14, 28 days after birth. In the sixth month they are put in a stressful situation, when the cage came a stranger.

Scientists noticed that social adaptation macaques undergoing anesthesia was significantly worse than the norm. Animals from the experimental group behaved more alarming than the control group.

According to one theory, during anesthesia killed brain cells. This can lead to cognitive impairment.

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