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What Will The Anesthesiologist Do To Put Me To Sleep In The Or
General anesthesia: You may be given a bit of anti-anxiety medication in preop area, then taken to or. There you will breathe oxygen deeply through a mask to wash out regular air. Monitors are placed to watch heart and lung function. When ready, you will receive anesthetic through IV and be asleep within 10 seconds. Our goal is then to keep you safe and comfortable through your surgery and recovery room stay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Peaceful: Honestly the worst part of anesthesia is getting an iv. This feels like a small pinch on the back of a hand, then all the medication to relax you and put you to sleep will go through the iv. The best technique for patients is to talk to their anesthesiologist before the operation. The best anesthetic comes from a team of the patient and the doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Having a d and c done.What do I expect? I am afraid to be put to sleep.Scared i won't wake up or it will paralyze me.
Not to worry: This procedure is very straight forward with little to no chance of complication. Most women get a twilight type of anesthesia, not a true deep general anesthesia. Talk with your fears to the anesthesiologist taking care of you, likely he/she will make all your fears go away as it is incredibly safe. More dangerous on your drive to have surgery than actual surgery. You'll be fine! ...Read more
Im going into hospital and im being put to sleep by anesthetic being injected into my IV does it hurt?
Very little: Any intravenous medication can sting or burn a little as it is administered, particularly one of the main IV anesthetics called Propofol which does burn a little. However, most patients are given some sedative medication prior to proceeding to the operating room to make the experience more tolerable, and may patients don't even remember receiving the IV medication to put them to sleep. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am on 50mg fentanyl patches.Plus 20mg ir roxycodone, will i be safe to be put to sleep, with the patch on me and the other pain medicine?
Need docs help! I am getting surgery on my mouth in 2 weeks & i'm scared to be put to sleep with a shot?
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