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Could you be sedated for a bone marrow biopsy?

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Dr. Howard Luks
Orthopedic Surgery
9 doctors agree

In brief: Yes...

There is no reason not to be sedated and comfortable.

In brief: Yes...

There is no reason not to be sedated and comfortable.
Dr. Howard Luks
Dr. Howard Luks
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Dr. Mark Newman
Anesthesiology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Bone marrow biopsy

Most certainly sedation is a possibility during a bone marrow biopsy.
Although the procedure is very short, it can be painful. Short acting sedation, given by a properly trained and licensed anesthesiologist or other practitioner is very safe and routine.

In brief: Bone marrow biopsy

Most certainly sedation is a possibility during a bone marrow biopsy.
Although the procedure is very short, it can be painful. Short acting sedation, given by a properly trained and licensed anesthesiologist or other practitioner is very safe and routine.
Dr. Mark Newman
Dr. Mark Newman
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