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Herbal Treatment For Anesthesia Complications
Depends: The treatment for complications of epidural anesthesia will depend on the nature of the complication. For example, the most common complication is a post dural headache, which happens afterwards. It may happen when the epidural needle enters the spinal canal during the procedure. Other possible complications are infection, and epidural hematoma. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Complications include the possible risk of aspiration. They also include the risk of nausea and vomiting. Rarely there's a problem with inadequate oxygenation. A person may lose their tooth. The smart thing to do is to talk to the anesthesia doctor directly ...Read more
Nausea: Ponv - postoperative nausea and vomiting are the most common and usually easily treatable. Allergic reactions, stroke, negative pressure pulmonary edema, sore throat, blindness, heart attack, malignant hyperthermia, death are very remote possibilities and should not prevent you from having surgery. Discuss your concerns with anesthesiologist. Modern anesthesia is very safe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multiple: Complications include the possible risk of aspiration. They also include the risk of nausea and vomiting. Rarely there's a problem with inadequate oxygenation. A person may lose their tooth. The smart thing to do is to talk to the anesthesia doctor directly prior to receiving anesthesia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need more info: Do you currently have a complication? Although complications are rare, there are many possibilities. A headache from the placement of the epidural; a reaction to one of the meds used-and there are varying reactions/side effects. Numbness in the legs from positioning or from a nerve that was injured during the anesthetic. And then there are the complications from the surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a colysystectomy four weeks ago but still feellightheaded and weak. All tests came back negative for infection. Could it be anesthesia complications?
Is a sculptra procedure painful? I have quite a low tolerance for pain and wanted to know how much this type of treatment hurts. I want to plump up my sunken face. Do they provide you with any type of anesthesia before having sculptra done, to help ease t
Painless Sculptra: Sculptra can be injected almost painlessly. Ask your doctor to give you a numbing cream to put on the face in advance and ask her/him to use depot technique. That is the least painful technique.Also ask for using an ice pack on the face for 5minutes immediately before the injections. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have degenerative disc disease, allergic to anesthesia, can't b put under Had 2 discs replaced prior to allergy Any option for treatment without sleep?
Very doubtful : you're allergic to all anesthetics. Need to find anesthetics you can use and make plan ...Read more
Multitudinous: I think you mean hypotension (drop in blood pressure), since spinal anesthesia paralyses the nerves maintaining blood pressure, and so, naturally, it drops. By implication, these drugs "squeeze" blood vessels, to raise resistance, and therefore increase pressure. Commonly used drugs might be ephedrine, (ephedrine sulfate) or phenylephrine. In more extreme cases, epinephrine or norepinephrine might be used. ...Read more
I went for root canal treatment and today i discovered swelling. My dr. Says its due to the reaction af anesthesia.Is it critical. M worried about it?
Relax: It is highly unlikely a reaction to the anesthetic. It's more likely swelling related to the trauma of the root canal. Reactions to the local anesthetic used by dentists are pretty uncommon. An allergic reaction would have occurred immediately, not this long after the injection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 year old has some front teeth decay (doesn't complain of pain). Should I wait for the teeth to fall off or get the treatment which (would involve general anesthesia which am not comfortable with?
Treatment is best: Since tooth decay in primary teeth can affect permanent teeth even before they have erupted, having them treated would be wise. If your are uncomfortable with your current dentist's recommendation, seek a second opinion for confirmation. Anesthesia is quite safe in the hands of an experienced anesthesiologist . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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