A new study has found that the children below the age of three, which have been given anesthesia, have no evidence of the level of intelligence they are compared to than it is given.
In the year 2016, the US Food and Drug Authority pointed out that the use of more than three years of depression of children under the age of three can affect the development of their brain.
Researchers of Minnesota’s Mio Clinic say that this warning was based on the figures of animals that could not be used for children.
According to the new research, those children who were given anesthesia and those who were not given, were mentally, memorable and other brainwriting benefits.
The author of the research, David Warner, said that the majority of children are getting surgery, whose results are satisfactory.
Parents whose children were given to Anesthesia before the age of three, they complained of mental health issues. Those matters of mind that include memory, response control, and planning. But they do not affect any other behavior.
Warren said that although we consider the children that are given anesthesia several times, it is important that we can not conclude that anesthesia is causing problems. Other factors, such as surgery needed, can contribute to these problems.