#medicalminutemonday #episode3: Awareness under anesthesia – why it’s not as common as you might believe, and why it isn’t the stereotypical “paralyzed but awake” scenario you read about in horror stories. While that has happened before historically, Anesthesia is considered so safe, reliable, and predictable that the circumstances that surround that would have to be exceedingly rare. In this video, I talk about the incidence, and top three scenarios that might increase one’s risk of Awareness under anesthesia. Most typically, awareness is actually “recall” and more specifically, “Auditory recall”.
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