Have you ever had surgery? Are you petrified of going to sleep?? Aleve your fears.
Learn about what is many times the scariest part of having a procedure done. Ever Had Gas is an informative app is for patients and their families. The concepts are presented in a clear and concise way so that it is easy to understand what can be a frightening aspect of your procedure. It gives basic information about anesthesia and tells what to expect when given anesthesia. You are able to learn about the Types of Anesthesia, DO’s and Don’ts the day of surgery, Anesthesia Terminology, and FAQs.
Anesthesia is freedom from pain. There are three basic types of anesthesia: they include general, regional, and local anesthesia. Find out why it’s imperative that you don’t drink or eat anything before surgery. Have you wondered what Propofol is? Or what side effects to expect after you have been asleep?
The “My History” section enables patients to input their health history, medications, allergies, past surgeries, and their healthcare providers. All the information is stored together and carried with them when they go to surgery or to see their doctor. This is very important to have you at all times. You never know when an emergency can arise. If you have children or care for another loved one, you are also able to have multiple persons’ medical history within the app on your mobile device. You can also send the information via text or email to print or save.
In the majority of cases, a nurse anesthetist or CRNA administers your anesthesia. CRNAs work in every setting and perform ALL types of anesthesia for all types of surgical cases, using all anesthetic techniques including pain management. CRNAs practice in hospitals, dentists’ offices, surgery centers, GI offices, plastic surgery centers, labor/delivery and in every setting in which anesthesia is administered.
There is also information about the specialty of nurse anesthetist and how we have a strong commitment to high professional standards in order to deliver safe anesthesia to our patients. CRNAs (Certified Registers Nurse Anesthetists) perform over 32 million anesthetics every year.
This app has provided educational information about anesthesia to thousands of patients in over 88 countries. Download this free app today. Share it with everyone you know and tell your friends and family about it.
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