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The process that is carried out generally before surgical operations to make the patient’s
body or a part of it insensitive to pain is called anesthesia. These
medications include general and local anesthetic. General anesthetics put
patients to sleep during the procedure. Local or regional anesthetics only numb
part of the body and allow patients to stay awake during the procedure.
Depending on the type of painkillers needed, doctors can perform anesthetics by
injection, inhalation, topical lotion, spray, eye drops or skin patch.
General anesthesia is the use of medication to put a
patient asleep (unconscious) before the surgery. General anesthesia is
the operation will take a long time,
the patient must be asleep,
There is a risk of major and blood loss,
It is impossible to operate without general anesthesia.
The drugs used for general anesthesia are called general
anesthesia. In addition to sleeping, medications prevent pain and leakage,
provide a healthy surgical operation to help control blood pressure and relax
Regional anesthesia is a type of drug that temporarily
prevents the sensation in any part of the body. Regional anesthesia may be
used before a medical treatment or surgery. The doctor will inject the
anesthetic into the treated area. This will numb that part of the body.
Regional anesthesia can be used alone or in combination
with other types of anesthesia. Regional anesthesia has many benefits
compared to using general anesthesia alone.:
Pain control after surgery.
Less nausea, vomiting, or drowsiness after
surgery. This is because fewer drugs are needed to control the pain.
A faster recovery.
Spinal anesthesia: this is a one-time drug injection into
the fluid surrounding the spinal cord. This will numb the area below and
above the injection site.
Epidural anesthesia: this is another medicine that can be
placed in the back, but it is outside the protective tissue that covers the
spinal cord. Instead of a one-time injection, the drug is usually given
gradually over time through a small tube ( catheter)remaining in the back
during the period of pain control needed.
Peripheral nerve block: this is an injection of a part of
the body outside the spine to block the entire sensation of the injection site.