Trends in the provision of primary dental care general anesthesia
in the north of England, 1991/92 to 1994/95.
When general anesthesia
is used, a patient's vital signs must be constantly monitored during surgery.
Weltz of Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, reported that the patients in the paravertebral group spent less time in the recovery room, used fewer pain and antiemetic medications, and returned to work more quickly than those in the general anesthesia
In two analyses, patients who had general anesthesia
had a markedly reduced incidence of Alzheimer's disease during follow-up, compared with those who had local anesthesia.
BEYOND THE ETHER Combining amnesia, sedation, immobility, and insensitivity to pain, general anesthesia
is an unnatural state: a physician-induced "central nervous system dysfunction," in the words of Roderic Eckenhoff of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Women who do not want to be unconscious during the procedure or do not want to risk undergoing general anesthesia
may see medical abortion as a more desirable alternative.
Over a 16-month period, they observed 499 children ages one month to 12 years who were scheduled to receive general anesthesia
Bladder capacity is low (less than 1 1/2 cups) when measured under general anesthesia
Under general anesthesia
drugs category, drugs such as propofol, midazolam & diazepam, fospropofol disodium, sodium pentothal, ketamine, methohexital sodium, pentobarbital, etomidate and fentanyl are studied.
Comparison of spinal and general anesthesia
in lumbar laminectomy surgery: a case-controlled analysis of 400 patients.
Comparison of Spinal / Epidural and General Anesthesia
in Elective C-Section Patient's Vs Doctor's Choice.
Our data suggest that patients who received conscious sedation had shorter hospital stays than those receiving general anesthesia
, and that this reduced the cost of treatment," said study leader Dr.