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sedation anesthesia surgery adult diaper - Sedation vs. Anesthesia: What is the Difference?

Oct 25,  · Best Answer: If you go more than one hour for a surgery, more than likely the would want to put a cath in you. If you opt to use a diaper instead then they should diaper you for the gakulkarni.infoers: 2. Mar 26,  · So heres an interesting one I dont recall seeing discussed here. In a couple of weeks at the age of 40+ I get to be anesthetized for the first time. No biggie, just a tooth-pulling at the dentist with nitrous oxide, but its the 1st time Ive ever gone through such a thing and Im pretty nervous. Li.

Dec 29,  · Because of advances in medications, monitoring and training, anesthesia is safer today than it ever has been. But pediatric and adult anesthesia are not the same, and neither are sedation and general anesthesia. It’s good to understand how they differ. Several variables make pediatric anesthesia different from adult Eric Wittkugel MD. Mar 27,  · Hello, this is one of my first posts so I'll explain my situation a little I have a minor foot surgery planned for 4/9/10 to repair a torn thingamajiggy (forget what they are called) I was told it would be a hour surgery where I would be put to sleep via anesthesia then numbed and they would complete the rest and I wouldn't remember anything.

anesthesia carries with it the least amount of risk and sedation/general anesthesia the most. However, local anesthesia alone may not be appropriate for some patients or procedures. I understand that anesthetics and other medicines may be harmful to an unborn child and could result in spontaneous abortion or cause birth defects. Patients having any type of IV anesthesia (conscious sedation, deep sedation or general anesthesia) will need to bring a responsible adult with them the day of surgery, and must have no food or drink, with the exception of prescription medications for 6 hours prior to surgery.