General Anesthesia

When general anesthesia is used, the entire body, including the brain, is put into a state of deep sleep. While in this state the patient is unconscious and has no awareness and no sensation of discomfort. During general anesthesia the patient is carefully monitored, controlled and treated by his or her anesthesiologist, who uses sophisticated equipment to track all major bodily functions.

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