Intranasal midazolam has been found to have more rapid onset and quicker recovery than oral midazolam for preoperative sedation of children undergoing minor surgery . With many young patients suffering from heightened operative anxiety from the use of intramuscular injections, intranasal sedation is ideal for dental, emergency department and outpatient clinic procedures.
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