ANESTHESIA, SECURITY AND SIDE EFFETS
Any anesthesia takes place in a room equipped with specialized equipment to continuously monitor the “vital functions” (activity of the heart, lungs, blood oxygenation, etc.). At the end of surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room to be monitored continuously. During this time, you will be under the responsibility of an anesthesiologist assisted by a specialized nurse practitioner.
Any medical procedure, performed even in the best conditions, involves a risk. However, the methods currently used in anesthesia are reliable and the risk of complications remains extremely low. Through continuous monitoring, any malfunction is quickly corrected. A major accident threatening life (severe allergy, cardiac arrest, asphyxia) is extremely rare.