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Wondering about anesthesia and pain control post TKR
It’s my impression that I am having a spinal tap but will be under light anesthesia so I will not be aware during the surgery. I do NOT want to be awake.
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Guarantee that you won’t be awake.
Me also….I do not want to be awake and aware, I will not be having general however, spinal anesthesia and propofol maybe?
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