Propofol for Anesthesia introduction treatment

We have 101 consumer reports for treatment of Anesthesia introduction with Propofol. Anesthesia introduction used in 3% of cases.

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Propofol Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 101 reported about Anesthesia introduction

  1. Howard E. Winters says:
    3.0 rating

    Propofol for Anesthesia introduction

    Dormicum is no longer effective with frequent use, it will require higher dosages, which can then no longer be responsible by the doctors. Propofol causes an extreme burning sensation when injected into the vein, with frequent use also higher doses necessary until it becomes effective. (Experience after 150 operations under general anesthesia)

  2. Kathy J. Mitchell says:
    3.5 rating

    Propofol for Anesthesia introduction

    had the worst pain in the whole vagina at the induction of anesthesia. thought there was a fire burning in me

  3. Mary D. Best says:
    2.5 rating

    Propofol for Anesthesia introduction

    Today I had a short-term anesthetic with propofol and also terrible burning in the vagina as the drug spread throughout the body. I knew that the medication was on fire. That this burning can still occur in the vagina was new to me. Good only that shortly thereafter began to sleep.