Propofol for Surgery treatment

We have 101 consumer reports for treatment of Surgery with Propofol. Surgery used in 4% of cases.

Patients statistics on Surgery for Propofol


Average weight in Lbs

Average height in Ft
5′ 3″
6′ 2″

Average age

Propofol Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 101 reported about Surgery

  1. Shannon J. Bagley says:
    5.0 rating

    Propofol for Surgery

    I received Propofol to initiate an ITN in a neck surgery. After i.v. When I was falling asleep, I immediately felt a flush of heat throughout my upper body and felt my eyes would always flicker from left to right (like fixing objects out of a moving vehicle, such as trees). Both were not particularly unpleasant, but I have clearly remembered. (In the recovery phase, I became latent with no vomiting, which lasted for several hours, but I blamed this side effect more on an i.v. dose of Dipidolor I got for pain relief.)

  2. Kevin K. Bodie says:
    5.0 rating

    Propofol for Surgery

    I had a minor surgery that could have been performed on an outpatient basis (ateroma on the back). Even as the plunger of the syringe pushed the fluid into me, I felt a pleasant sensation of relaxation. I could still say to the sister: It’s a great stuff, so you could earn much more behind the train station. When I woke up after the operation, I was immediately fully there and went to the clinic park after 10 minutes without any gear insecurity or circulatory problems. For the evening I visited with my wife a good restaurant. But I still had a completely unexpected effect: my depression, which affect me very much my life, were completely gone (!) For 3 days. I can not explain that, it may also have been due to the simultaneously administered ketamine.

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Tamera J. Pond says:
    5.0 rating

    Propofol for Surgery

    I had 2 anesthesia so far. The first without, the second with propofol. In contrast to the first one, it was NOT bad for me this time, was there in the recovery room, wide awake. After the first one I was sick for 2 days and it took me tens of hours to come to some extent. Until now, 8 hours after the op, I still have very slight dizziness. Narcosis with Propofol = highly recommended for me.

    Side effects: Dizziness