Yes, they can hear. And the medical staff will tell you that they do their best with "sedation vactions" so that the person can come off the medication and orient themselves to time and place. But, under HEAVY sedation (such as propofol), it is that they can only hear in the moment. When speaking to them, they may tighten thier grip as you hold their hand. They may shake their head or become restless. They may refuse certain treatments that are necessary by the medical staff. After the sedation medication is removed, the person may not (in my case, not at all) remember any conversation, any contact, or even the reason for treatment for their condition. When they "wake up," you may have to explain from start to finish, such as I had to do (with a very alert and typically healthy middle aged person). In my experience, the person did not remember a thing, or even why they were in the hospital.
yes they can. It is muffled, like when someone talks when we are under water, but they can hear it! no,when we are under water and alive with senses in our brain to detect and compare, is assumed we hear,but for a baby that is not yet born, can't hear anything
you should go in your basement and hide under a heavy object.
yes. go underwater in a pool and ask someone to talk and you will be able to hear them talking. I am not sure if you can hear under water in the ocean though.
Colonoscopy is done under light sedation. You will be able to hear your doctor and move as he instructs, but you will not remember because the sedation causes a short period of amnesia. You will also not remember any discomfort you feel during the test. Within a very short time, the sedation wears off. The MOST you might feel after a colonoscopy is a little more gassy. But you will not have pain or aftereffects from the colonoscopy. Someone will need to drive you home as a precaution since you just had a med in your system.
Yes, you can hear under water.
You wouldn't see that used as an idiom - perhaps you heard "drink someone under the table," which means to be able to drink enough alcohol that the other person is drunk and you are still standing. If you just hear someone say "under the table," they mean it literally.
This is the same as asking if you can hear under water and yes, you can hear under water.
Most of the time, yes, you can hear it. It may be the tooth or a filling cracking, but sometimes the bone makes a little crackling sound as well. Don't worry, it is normal. Most people tolerate extractions without any problem. If you are extremely scared or are a dental phobic, and you think you cannot tolerate the sounds, then sedation is an option to help you relax, but sedation carries its own set of issues, concerns and risks.
The medical reference for someone who cannot hear or speak is \"deaf-mute\".
No, if you mute them they cannot hear you.
the hear really well under water and on land
Someone who does that is a "sycophant."