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How Long After General Anesthesia Is It Completely Out Of Your System
Depends on drugs: General anesthesia isn't just one medication--it's a combination. Some induce sleep, some (like the anesthesia gases) maintain sleep, some relax muscles, some relieve pain, etc. Each is metabolized at a different rate. In general, you can expect them to vanish within 6-8 hours, but it will take longer if the kidneys or liver don't work well. Don't drive within 24 hours of having anesthesia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends : On what was used, how long it was used for and how well the patients body metabolizes and clears the medication. For most modern anesthetics, the majority of the medication will clear within a few hours. Some people can have prolonged residual effects. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the amount and type of anesthesia you had and the length of your surgery. It also depends on your health, age and body mass. Usually by 24-48 hours all of it should be gone in most people. For the most part it is much quicker than 1-2 days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Half live 8.8 hr: The hall live is 8.8 hr that menas it takes this time to eliminare half the dose. So couple of days. The higher the dose used the longer it takes. The longer the use the longer it might take .Good luck. Should be weening down under a physician supervision. ...Read more
How long does it take for mebendezanole to make its way through the system. Is it evebtually flushed out completely? After how many days?
Half-life: The half life is 3-6 hours. (One study showed half life to be less than 1 hour). that means in 3-6 hours half of the drug is out of your system. then in the next 3-6 hours half of that is out of your system and so forth,..SO, in a few days, the drug is essentially at very minimal and barely detectable levels and for all intense purposes-out of your system. ...Read more
Around 24 hours: Depends also on other medicines you are on, your general condition, and type of cortisone preparation used ...Read more
Several hours.: Most patients are awake almost immediately after anesthesia. However, the effects last several hours making the patient's sleepy and groggy. Often patients have no memory of being in recovery room, and this is the lingering effects of the anesthesia. This situation is compounded by the pain medications/narcotics that you will have after the surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a baby was exposed to meth during pregnancy... How long will it take to completely flush out of his system? Or how long will it remain?
Not sure of your ?: If you mean how long does it stay in the child and can cause problems, it is a very short-acting drug in both adults and children, and is quickly metabolized and excreted. But if what you are asking is how can it be detected after birth, the answer depends on what they are testing. If they test the baby's first stool (meconium) it will basically be a record of months of exposure. If urine, 2-5 d. ...Read more
Depends: It matters on your metabolism and renal function, enzymes etc. And, it matters if you mean just the oxycodone or its metabolites, also. Figure three to six days. But, the half-life is about 4.5 hours. So, half of it is gone in 4.5 hours and another half in another 4.5 hours. But, metabolites are different. ...Read more
How long does it take for sleeping meds to get out of your system? How long does it take anesthesia had to get out of your system.
Depends: Many factors affect how quickly meds will leave your system. With both anesthesia and sleeping medications there are a variety of types and mechanisms. Poor functioning liver or kidneys and increased weight may slow down how fast these meds leave the body. Typically within 24 hours, most meds will be below a level to have any affect in most people. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does tip rhinoplasty take? Is it done under general anesthesia or sedation? What is recovery/result time compared to full rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty recovery: Getting the new look you want can be very rewarding with the correct rhinoplasty technique. Your recovery varies with many variables: medical condition, skin thickness, extent of surgery, approach of incisions, diet, and general health. Keep in mind that your surgeon is the best to answer this specifically for you, but as a general rule the tip tends to retain swelling the longest. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recovery: For adults the usual recovery is 10-14 days. ...Read more
Depends...: On how much you are taking . Usually it may take as long as a week. ...Read more
Rule of thumb...: The rule of thumb is one hour per "standard drink" for a normal-sized individual. A "standard drink" is a shot of whiskey, a 5 oz glass of wine, or a 12 oz beer. Again, this is just a rule of thumb. The actual rate of clearance depends on adept your liver is at breaking it down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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