The patient loses consciousness and the ability to feel pain when given anaesthesia intravenously or through a mask.
In some cases, it is also necessary to relax the patient’s muscles, so muscle relaxants are also given. In this case, the respiratory muscles do not function either, so mechanical ventilation is required during the operation.
By the end of the surgery, the effect of the aesthetic decreases and the patient’s consciousness and breathing return automatically. In such cases, nausea, possibility of vomiting, and headaches may occur as side effects of the medications used, which, however, can be easily eliminated with analgesics and the symptoms can be relieved. Solution used for abdominal and chest surgeries.