General Anesthesia / Narcosis

The patient is completely hounded and connected to the anesthesia Facility. The patient does not see or hear anything because he is in deep sleep. The patient is attached to the respiratory device by inserting a breathing tube through the mouth and mouth.

The breathing apparatus is used to ventilate the narcotic gas to the patient in a certain range, volume and mixture. Thus, until the end of the procedure, the patient is given full compliance. Is general anesthesia or sedation applied?

In those who have dental fear, nausea is applied in long-lasting surgical procedures in those who have a lot of reflexes.

How to prepare the patient before and after the operation Before the anesthesia, the patient is examined by the anesthesiologist and the required examinations are requested. These values ​​blood, bleeding values, ECG, chest X-ray examinations such as are and fasting blood sugar. Adult patients need 8 hours, pediatric patients need 6 hours of fasting and thirst, patients may have nausea, vomiting, dizziness after the procedure.

Unwanted side effects include: allergies to one of the drugs used in anesthesia, conditions that can develop if there is a major organ disease such as an undiagnosed heart, lung or kidney (blood sugar imbalance, blood pressure imbalance, heart failure and rhythm impairment), the patient is overweight, clotting problems, and a lack of lung capacity, difficult airways due to malformations of sonorities.