Advancements in minimally invasive surgical techniques have transformed the landscape of pediatric surgery, offering numerous benefits such as
reduced surgical trauma, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery. This research article delves into the evolving role of pediatric anesthesia in
the context of minimally invasive surgery (MIS). Starting with an overview of MIS and its advantages, the article explores the unique considerations
and challenges faced by pediatric anesthesiologists. It discusses tailoring anesthesia techniques to align with the specific requirements of MIS,
including considerations for patient positioning, ventilation strategies, and intraoperative monitoring. Furthermore, the article investigates the
impact of MIS on postoperative pain management, highlighting regional anesthesia and opioid-sparing approaches. By addressing the interplay
between pediatric anesthesia and MIS, this article aims to guide clinical practice and optimize perioperative care for young patients.