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What is the risk of adverse reaction from fentanyl/versed in egd if I tolerated it during oral surgery and vicodin/valium during balloon sinuplasty?

Low risk. There is less chance of an adverse reaction if you have already tolerated the drugs before. You didn't know how they will affect you before the oral surgery, now you know. Read more...
It depends. Contextual factors are very important as you alluded. A prescriber who knows your medical history, use of all medications, alcohol, etc. Is in the best place to start to advise you regarding these mixtures and other options. Read more...
Probably no risk. Of an adverse reaction, the risk would be with the administration and monitoring. An allergic reaction to fentanyl is extremely rare and you should tolerate the versed if you did the valium. Read more...
Different procedure. Although the drug risks are the same for each procedure (respiratory depression, airway obstruction), different ones may require different amt's of sedation, and the risks are dose-related. Also, edg requires the gastroscope be inserted orally, so local anesthesia of the throat is often added, and airway compromise is a slightly greater risk. If oral surger was ok, this will probably be as well. Read more...

My5yr old had dental surgery under general anesthesia. He had versed before and Dr said he'd forget everything he remembers it all how come?

Unusual. But remember that no two people react to medication exactly the same way. Talk to the Dentist that did the treatment. Your son may or may not actually be remembering. Worth investigating. Read more...

Dear Anesthesiologis: Any issue using 100 mg Fentanyl along with 100 mg Propofol & 50 mg Lidocaine for coming Endoscopy EGD. Is 1 mg Versed better?

Can't say. The anesthesiologist who evaluates you at the time of your procedure is the one best suited to answer your question. The best choice is the one that takes into consideration your medical history, your medications and your physical status. . Read more...
That much propofol. Is too much as a single dose and the fentanyl is mcg not mg, Versed is not enough, I would only allow propofol if board certified anesthesiologist present. Read more...
Need to speak to ane. An anesthesiologist should assess you prior to the procedure and they will make the decision for the types of meds and quantities many of which are based on weight, tolerance to pain meds. For an endoscopy sometimes the back of the throat is sprayed with cetacaine which is numbing medication so that the egd is better tolerated. Read more...