The Impact Of Continuous Use Of Anesthetics?
, I 23th want to ask. I am post cauterization surgery. Every time the control is always sedated. I check once a week. Is there any short term/long term impact?rnrnThank you.
Hello, Sita. Anesthesia or anesthetic drugs used are of many kinds, which are adjusted to the condition of the patient to be anesthetized. In addition, the anesthesia consists of general anesthesia or local anesthesia. The effects of the anesthetic depend on the type of drug and the method used. Anesthesia consists of 3 types, namely:
Local anesthesia, which is limited to the skin incision. Regional anesthesia, which is an anesthetic that relieves pain in certain body parts, such as the waist down. Under this anesthetic, consciousness is still present or slightly drowsy. General anesthesia, which is an anesthetic that is injected throughout the body so that a person will become unconscious. The doctor who gave you anesthesia must have thought very carefully about the effects of the drugs given. The effects that occur are usually only short-term effects such as nausea, vomiting, itching, dizziness, bruising, difficulty urinating, feeling cold and shivering, nightmares, but usually these effects do not last long. However, if you feel certain effects after he is anesthetized, you should consult your doctor.
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