Regional anesthesia is preferred as much as possible because it minimizes respiratory complications. General anesthesia is applied in cases that regional anesthesia is not the most appropriate option based on medical or other reasons.
Anesthesia is also used in children similar to the adult anesthesia. Surgical interventions cannot be performed without anesthesia. Anesthesia applications are carried out through three different methods: General, regional and local anesthesia.
Duration of your recovery from the anesthesia is dependent on the type of anesthesia given, your response to anesthesia and whether you use a drug which causes period of recovery from anesthesia to extend. While you are recovering from the anesthesia, it is normal to experience affective disorder and have changes in thoughts.
Recovery from anesthesia (waking up) occurs when effects of anesthetic drugs are gone and body functions start to come back Anesthetist will closely follow you up and take care of your medication for a safe recovery.
The day-case surgery is a type of surgery which is applied to patients who are planned to be discharged on the operation day. The type of anesthesia employed in this kind of surgery is referred as day-case anesthesia
By-pass operation is surgical method applied when an artery cannot transport sufficient level of blood to a part that it feeds due to a tightened or occluded part upon itself. There is a bridge connected thanks to a resection of other veins and their preparation in the upper part of the occluded area and it enables the sufficient level of blood to reach this area. "Coroner by-pass operation" are the by-pass operations in occlusions in "coroner veins" which feeds heart.