The best example of general sedation is general anesthesia (such as prior to a major surgical operation). Regional anesthesia can affect a whole limb. Local anesthesia is used for a specific area of skin, such as a finger, for instance.
Yes, you have three options. General anaesthetic, conscious sedation or no-sedation at all. I'd recommend General Anaesthetic.
D9220Deep sedation/general anesthesia - first 30 minutes D9221Deep sedation/general anesthesia - each additional 15 minutes
Deep sedation is the usual form of sedation for this procedure
Wisdom teeth extraction can, but does not always, require sedation. In some cases, local anesthetic in the gums can be used instead of general anesthesia. Full sedation is typically only required if one's wisdom teeth become impacted and need to be surgically removed.
'I had a consultation today with an anesthesiologist for my double lumpectomy and he gave me the choice between local anesthesia and general anesthesia. Local is sedation and general you are put completely to sleep. '
For outpatient surgery there are two types of sedation, conscious and unconscious sedation
Otoplasty in children is performed under general anesthesia; in adults, it may be done under either general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation.
Sedation makes one feel drowsy.
Local, or regional, anesthesia involves the injection or application of an anesthetic drug to a specific area of the body. This is in contrast to general anesthesia, which provides anesthesia to the entire body and brain.
When you are having brain surgery do you need sedation?
The Conscious Sedation was created on 2010-09-14.