Anesthesia: You Don’t Have to Just Lay there and Take it

Date Published: 
Mon, 2011-10-24

Proactive surgery patients must learn how to avoid the long-term effects of short-term anesthesia care.


Newport Beach, California, United States of America (Free-Press-Release.com)

Dr. Barry Friedberg wrote ‘Getting Over Going Under, 5 things you MUST know before anesthesia’ to help surgery patients deal with the same anesthesia fears he faced when having hip surgery.

Without a brain monitor, anesthesia over-medication is a routine, sometimes lethal practice.

Like Michael Jackson, one American dies daily from anesthesia over-medication.

Death is not the worst anesthesia over-medication outcome.

40% of patients leave the hospital in a brain fog or delirium that can last as long as a year after surgery.

Worst still is the living death of dementia after anesthesia and becoming a costly burden to your family and society.

75% of US hospital operating rooms have a brain monitor. Shockingly it is only used 25% of the time.

A recent publication in current ‘Opinion in Anesthesiology’ says the BIS brain monitor is cost effective and should be used for every general anesthetic.

Download 3 free letters to spare your mind and save your life @ drbarryfriedberg.com.


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