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You and Your Anaesthetic

Information to help patients prepare for an anaesthetic

This page aims to offer you an introduction to anaesthesia. There are wide differences in how much information people want. Only you can know how much you want to know. We offer some information here and at the end we suggest where you can find out more. Always remember that your anaesethetist can answer specific questions for you and help you to determine your best choice of anaesthesia based on what your personal health status, the surgery you are having and the experience and knowledge of your anaesthetist. Produced by Dr Michelle Reichman whilst she was training at Haughton Thornley Medical Centres.

3. LOCAL ANAESTHETIC

What is a local anaesthetic?
A local anaesthetic is a drug that is injected into the tissues to make them numb.
Local anaesthetics temporarily stop nerves working so that you do not feel pain. The simplest form of local anaesthesia is to inject the drug just around the area where the operation is going to take place. It is also possible to numb all the nerves to an arm or a leg.

Are there any alternatives to a local anaesthetic?
If you are concerned about being awake during the operation, it may be possible for it to be performed under a general anaesthetic.

What complications can happen?
 Not enough pain relief
 Allergic reaction
 Bleeding
 Nerve damage
 Absorption into the bloodstream

For further information, please click on a lnk below:
Introduction to anaesthesia
General anaesthesia

Regional anaesthetics including epidural anaesthesia and Spinal anaesthesia
Pain relief after surgery

Further information from the Royal College of Anaesthetists for patients is available by clicking here

The Royal College of Anaesthetists have also created a series of leaflets on the following subjects that you can download from here:
Anaesthesia explained
You and your anaesthetic
Your child's general anaesthetic
Headache after epidural or spinal anaesthetic
Your spinal anaesthetic
Anaesthetic choices for hip or knee replacement
Epidurals for pain relief after surgery
Your child's general anaesthetic for dental treatment
Your tonsillectomy as day surgery
Local anaesthesia for eye surgery
Your anaesthetic for aortic surgery

For further information from NHS Choices on what local anaesthesia is, click here
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Royal College of Anaesthetists and Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland at www.youranaesthetic.info
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