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Complications of anesthesia (sedation during surgery) occur in all patient populations, including those with Down syndrome. It just so happens that some anesthesia complications are more likely to occur in individuals with Down syndrome than their peers without Down syndrome. An awareness of these more common complications can help anesthesia providers plan safer experiences for [ ]. provision of health care to the adult patient with Down syndrome. Key Words: adult, Down syndrome, medical care D own syndrome, also known as trisomy 21, occurs in 1 of every live births in the United States.1 It is by far the most common birth defect and chromosomal disorder in live-borninfants.2 Despiteitsprevalence,thereisminimalliteratureFile Size: KB.