So THAT's what happens when they knock you out for surgery: An anaesthetist reveals what goes on beyond the operating theatre doors



Millions of operations are performed on the NHS every year, but most of us give little thought to the complex medicine that allows us to be ‘put to sleep’. In a fascinating new memoir, an anaesthetist reveals what goes on beyond the operating theatre doors . . . 
As an anaesthetist, my job is to erase your consciousness, eliminate pain and immobilise your body. I alter your heart rate, blood pressure and breathing.
I have administered anaesthesia more than 30,000 times during my 30-year career, treating all ages from newborns to centenarians — and, once, a desperately ill gorilla. The... read more

 
20 November 2017 in Health, Views: 59
Source: Daily Mail
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