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Instead Of Useing Anesthesia For Surgery Is There Any Other Options
What kind of surgery: Types of anesthesia are local light sedation by rn; deep sedation, nerve blocks, spinal, caudal , epidural and general all by anesthesia providers. None of these is always the safest and each one may be the safest for you depending on your medical condition and type of surgery. I would not use any other things like hypnosis or acupuncture for any surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im having a IUD taken out because it moved out of place & now surgery is needed is there any other options instead of anesthesia?
In office or surgery: If in office you could have a 1 paracervical block. If in operating room options r 2caudal, 3spinal or epidural or general are the options. U recover/go quicker with a general. For all 5 complication rates r about the same rate but different kinds. If you use your voice for a living avoid general if you can. If you use your legs avoid the others but these are very very rare complications. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm having double incision FTM top surgery done and was wondering if regional anesthesia is a viable option for that?
M31, which is better anesthesia option, general or spinal for inguinal hernia surgery. Have residual mild cough after flu. Thanks.
I am scheduled to have uterine septum and polyp removal surgery on Friday and am really nervous about general anesthesia. Is it an option to ask for a spinal or epidural instead?
Usually: Carpal tunnel surgery can be performed successfully with general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, or local anesthesia. It's important the patient be pain free thru out the procedure. A discussion with your hand surgeon and the anasthesiologist should help you with the decision. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sole feet after my surgery,is there any relation between sole pain and c-section using spinal anesthesia?
Yes, for awhile: How long depends on the procedure length, complexity, amount and number of anesthetic agents given, level of lover/kidney/heart functioning capacities, interaction with medications one takes routinely...As you see, there is not a single answer. Generally, however, the shortest-acting drugs are selected to assure comfort, safety, and quicker wake-up times. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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