If you have ever had a medical procedure done before, chances are you had some form of anesthesia. It may have been local anesthesia, a nerve block, sedation, general anesthesia or a combination of these. There are also different types of anesthesiologists and even certified nurse anesthetists. So how safe is anesthesia, and how has it changed during COVID?
HOST: Dr. Justin Clark
- Dr. John Morris, Anesthesiologist, Alaska Regional Hospital
- American Society of Anesthesiologists: Anesthesia 101
- Mayo Clinic: General Anesthesia
- WebMD: What is general anesthesia?
- Cleveland Clinic: Anesthesia
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