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Is Conscious oral sedation for dental procedure in children safe? They will be using demerol (meperidine hydrochloride)? Any risks?
Nothing is 100% safe: But, this is not something you need to fret over. Dentist w/ experience in the pediatric population are very experienced and - next to a parent - they have all the reasons in the world to be very careful. Ask for reassurance since your worries are important too - even if unneeded. Get instructions for before/after and good info. Best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having tumesc lipo and the preop oral sedation is Xanax (alprazolam) and Vicodin. I'm hypersensitive to meds. Is this combo safe to take?
At certain doses..: Narcotics and benzodiazepines can work together to suppress your breathing, which would be bad. However small amounts of each works well together for preoperative medicine. If you are concerned, take a half of each pill. ...Read more
There are 3 kinds: There are 3 levels of intravenous sedation: "conscious", "moderate", and "deep". With conscious sedation, a patient is awake and just has a little medication to relax and help with discomfort. With moderate sedation, the patient may doze off . Deep sedation is not much different from general anesthesia, and carries many of the same risks; the provider must be trained in anesthesiology. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
IV Sedation VS Nitrous Oxide Sedation with Local Anesthetic Which one you would use, safer, popular for dental implant on back teeth.
Dear Anesthesiologis: Any issue using 100 mg Fentanyl along with 100 mg Propofol & 50 mg Lidocaine for coming Endoscopy EGD. Is 1 mg Versed better ?
Need to speak to ane: An anesthesiologist should assess you prior to the procedure and they will make the decision for the types of meds and quantities many of which are based on weight, tolerance to pain meds. For an endoscopy sometimes the back of the throat is sprayed with cetacaine which is numbing medication so that the egd is better tolerated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lower abdominal discomfort, ultra/ct scans, bloodwork, esr, pst, colonoscopy, celiac hla typing, celiac panel all normal. Can it be ativan (lorazepam) withdrawal?
It is nonspecific sy: Your symptoms are not anything serious to justify anymore testing, as you already have done a lot. I would hold off any further interventions and eat and live normally. Begin to exercise daily would help to get your mind of this vague symptom of abdominal discomfort. ...Read more
Better?: I have been practicing and removing teeth for over 35 years. The vast majority only require local anesthesia. For many i also administer nitrous oxide\oxygen analgesia (sweet air-laughing gas). That's all that is really necessary. For some patient they want or require IV sedation and that's fine if necessary. Inhalation sedation is not used very much for extractions. Discuss with an oral surgeon. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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