Since the inception of anaesthesia was defined a large number of facts that somehow justify themselves. Today, however, they are absolutely groundless, because during this time much has changed.
Myth # 1. Anesthesia gives great complications in the body.
This opinion was designed in the days when modern medicine did not have enough good drugs and equipment that are present in the modern world. Today, doctors can give an accurate guarantee that the anesthesia is a dangerous procedure and may harm the patient. Of course, after anesthesia may experience side effects such as dizziness, nausea or feeling sick, but they soon pass.
Myth # 2. It is better to suffer than to do anesthesia.
Often patients try to persuade doctors and ensure that the procedure or surgery was performed without anesthesia. However, modern medicine knows cases when even with treatment of the teeth it was necessary because the patient could not stand the pain under local anesthesia and could not safely sit in the chair, fulfilling all the wishes of the doctor. Therefore, it is worth to note that anesthesia may be necessary even in the most innocuous transactions.
Myth # 3. Strong painkillers can give this serious complication on the body that the patient would not Wake up.
The possibility that after anaesthesia people not waking up are zero.
Myth # 4. Before was invented anesthesia, very few people survived after the operation.
To some extent this is true. However, in most cases, the situation is entirely dependent on the doctor. The doctor who performed the operation quickly, were more likely to save the patient’s life.
Myth # 5. During anesthesia patients can see visions of an erotic nature.
It’s not, but this opinion was not unfounded. Indeed there were a drug that had a similar impact on people. Today, however, it is missing in today’s market.
Myth # 6. A person can Wake up during surgery.
You should not believe it. The fact is that today involved are drugs that completely shut off the consciousness of the patient. Also throughout the operation his condition control equipment, which will record the changes in consciousness even before the man has time to recover.