This is a problem that many people care about.
Next AMIS Medical will introduce you to the side effects and common sense of anesthesia.
The main side effect of anesthesia is the additional risk and cost of anesthesia at the time of surgery.
- The anesthetic operation, monitoring process, and postoperative analgesia are the same as other medical procedures. More or less, they will bring about some trauma, but most of them are negligible, and some may cause nerve damage (such as some nerves.) Block anesthesia, or other tissues (bone, blood vessels, ligaments, etc.). However, human tissues will undergo self-repair of these wounds. Most of the wounds can recover within a few days to one month after anesthesia, and may only leave a small scar on the skin surface; a few will have serious consequences. Being an anesthetic accident, we cannot avoid saying that there is no such possibility, but there will be corresponding measures to deal with it in time.
- The drugs used for anesthesia, like other drugs, have their own pharmacological mechanisms, their applicability and toxic side effects. However, during a reasonable use of a qualified anesthesiologist, it does not make you think how awful the anesthetics are. Usually after the end of surgery, anesthetic drugs are no longer used. After a certain half-life of drug metabolism, the effects of drugs used on anesthesia on the body are gradually disappearing.
- Doing anesthesia does not seem to be possible, but please consider clearly: Pain is the most basic and may endure, but the pain causes the body’s autonomic response (sweating, heart rate changes, blood pressure fluctuations caused by adrenaline secretion, brain Oxygen consumption, imbalance in supply and demand, etc., as well as muscle contractions caused by painful stimuli, can cause trouble for surgery, and can not be operated or even endangered.
- Regarding wound recovery, for example: If a patient with replantation of a severed finger is not anesthetized, then contraction of the muscles in each vessel can lead to a very difficult surgical procedure. Even if the operation is successful, vascular contracture can lead to abnormal blood supply. Does a painful tendon contraction tighten or tighten the suture, can the severed finger recover faster? In fact, after most of the operations, anesthesiologists are required to perform certain postoperative analgesia treatments to achieve a smooth recovery.
With regard to anesthesia, the advantages outweigh the disadvantages, and in order to make medical technology more advanced and create more value for human health, AMIS Medical has developed a high-quality anesthesia machine to make anesthesia operations more convenient.