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Will I Have General Anesthesia For A Heart Ablation
Do you know of risks with getting a spinal block for a cesarean followed by general anesthesia for more surgery?
How risky is it to have general anaesthetic for a procedure when you have heart failure and ejection fraction of 30-35%?
I'm on propranolol for SVT and im about to have a tonsillectomy. Will the propranolol complicate my surgery?
Probably,: some gynecologists don't like their patients to be awake during the surgery but you can be sedated also. But you can have a major regional anesthesia such as an epidural, which will provide pain relief in the recovery room and can be extended to your room after the surgery ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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?
I have trigeminy and am wondering whether that would be an issue for having general anaesthetic for gastric bypass?
I am having knee replacement surgery in 3 days but cannot have a epidural because of prior back surgery so i will undergo general anesthesia. Will tasking echinacea affect general anesthesia?
O've had two heart surgeries as a child and had an ablation for atrial fibrillation. How often should I see my cardiologist?
Visit returns: Frequency for re checks really depends on the problem(s) and the symptoms. Not knowing what your surgeries were or the success of the ablation it is hard to say. If all has been repaired and no symptoms and sinus rhythm are stable, then yearly visits would likely be fine. If you're having problems, then they would dictate the frequency of return visits. ...Read more
I'm having a d&c done under general anesthesia. How long would i be under if the procedure seems to be a quick one. I'm afriaid of general anesthesia.
Any anesthesiologists with experience on what anesthesia is safe if you have had a stroke under general anesthesia and neuro rxn to local?
Its complicated: People recover from strokes and have very different sequelae (fancy term for your condition/recovery). If you are fully recovered or even recovered such that there is little in in neuro deficits (motor or sensory changes) then any anesthesia will be safe. If there are severe deficits than perhaps close (invasive) monitoring will be needed. Overall the body and brain compensates for the injury. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have sleep apnea induced asthma and wondering if i can have nitrous oxide or general anesthesia for any procedures? I planning to have surgery soon?
Short answer is yes: Sleep apnea and asthma don't preclude surgery either individually or combined. What it does change is the manner in which the surgery should happen (inpatient vs. Outpatient), paying extra attention to triggers that can worsen each of the diseases for optimal post-operative outcome. As a patient you need to ensure you are as compliant and optimized on prescribed therapies as possible beforehand. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My gallbladder needs to come out. I am terrified of general anaesthetic. Can I request spinal or epidural anaesthetic so I can be awake for procedure?
What kind of anesthesia will I have for a labiaplasty? I don't think i want to be a awake for a labiaplasty. Will i be able to have general anesthesia?
I need to know what is better general anaesthesia or a local anaesthesia for a surgery on my knee?
Depends: All depends on type of surgery, your health, surgeons preferences , anesthesiologist preferences, facility traditions, etc. ...Read more
Is it safe for people who have multiple sclerosis to go under anesthesia for a mini tummy tuck? If I have ms, can I safely go under anesthesia in order to have a mini tummy tuck?
Yes: Catheter ablations for cardiac arrhythmias are now well-established procedures. The specifics in terms of likelihood for success and/or complications depends on the exact nature of the dysrhythmia. You should see a heart rhythm specialist called an electro physiologist for more information. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have inappropriate sinus tachycardia and I'm worried about getting a surgery that requires general anaesthetic. Do I have more risks?
General anesthesia for a toddler? Should i be concerned about my 2 year old having a surgery done that requires general anesthesia?
Always Concern: A parent should always be concerned for the health and safety of their child. There are risks associated with anesthesia, and it takes a anesthesiologist who is well trained and comfortable with pediatrics to do these cases. Discuss the risk and benefits with this anesthesiologist and then see if you are comfortable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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