Propofol for Endoscopy treatment

We have 101 consumer reports for treatment of Endoscopy with Propofol. Endoscopy used in 24% of cases.

Patients statistics on Endoscopy for Propofol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
133.01
165.03

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 9″

Average age
37
36

Propofol Circle Diagram 24 consumers of 101 reported about Endoscopy

  1. Gloria T. George says:
    4.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    Slight respiratory depression during recovery, muscle cramps, crying, skin rash, severe cough, tachycardia, transient mobility

    Side effects: Respiratory depression
  2. Carolyn N. Yonker says:
    3.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    I got Propofol as a reassurance in my gastroscopy! Since I had severe anxiety because of endoscopy, the doctors gave me twice the dose! That was fatal, because I’m 1,60m small and weigh 50 kg. After waking up, I was in a kind of trance and fog for weeks. I collapsed after a few days, with respiratory depression and sleep disturbances. This drug has thrown me out of life, it took me weeks to get along and not to be afraid!

  3. Christopher C. Morales says:
    4.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    Can only recommend Propofol! You get the injection and is gone immediately …. Even after waking up, there were no complaints – only a slight lingering tiredness – Conclusion: Do not be afraid of a gastroscopy, easy going with this anesthetic! Was really afraid of the many negative reports (but without stunning!) Of my acquaintances.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  4. Michelle J. Gross says:
    1.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    unrest

    Side effects: Unrest
  5. Eloisa W. Nantz says:
    4.5 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    In the course of a gastroscopy (gastroscopy) in front of which I shivered days before, I was injected, after consultation with the doctor Propofol. I made a conscious decision against Dormicum, as I was able to observe quite a few reactions to that drug as part of my work as a nurse. Therefore, I was aware that due to the phenomenon of retrograde amnesia, many patients consciously experience examinations, but in no way remember them. I wanted to avoid this. So Propofol had to come here. The doctor injected me, after all preparations were made for mirroring, 220mg Diprivan successively divided into 3 thirds. After giving the first part, I also felt the nice tingling sensation on the whole body, which I did not feel uncomfortable at all. At the second third, my eyes became heavy, but I was still fully conscious. While I was wondering if I would really fall asleep, I was injected with the third third. I think I did not finish my sentence. Anyway, I can remember from that moment on absolutely NOTHING. When I was awakened after the examination, I could not believe it. I asked the nurse, if I had choked, during the examination, what she confirmed to me. And as much as I try to remember it or details … nothing. I have consciously perceived absolutely nothing. Can only remember that I dreamed just before I was awakened. So off to the recovery room. I was told that I have to sleep for another hour. Booaahh, painfully, I’m still fit, I thought to myself, stared at the curtain for about 15 minutes and watched the nursing staff working. However, when I looked at the clock, 1 hour had passed 15 minutes. No idea where this one hour left …. I am still really sure that I have not slept. Somehow funny when suddenly one hour is erased from memory. My result: At any time, however, without panic and very relaxed. The most unpleasant part of the procedure was the xylocaine spray, which made swallowing quite difficult for me. Otherwise: no sore throat, no nausea, nothing! So to all who still have it in front: do not panic on the Titanic. Is really easy going

    Side effects: Memory gaps
  6. Ronald C. Lewis says:
    4.5 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    I can only recommend it . Since I could not imagine swallowing the tube with consciousness. Stood for me from the beginning, the investigation to do in short anesthesia. I was given midazolam 7.5mg iv. and Propofol 50mg administered iv. I can only remember that the doctor has injected me a clear liquid and I still thought to me funny why he sprayed me NACL ??? (I know that propofol is white) Then came this tingling sensation and the warmth of the whole body. The Doc still said to me now they are getting tired and I still said I know. After that I know nothing more. I have ADS and I also take medicines Medikinet Adult, of course I did not take it before gastroscopy, but felt the whole day as if I had taken it.

    Side effects: Memory gaps
  7. Bryan V. Saunders says:
    3.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    I had an endoscopy 5 years ago without a syringe, never again! This time it was really pleasant, got 150mg i.v. fractionated under current pulse oximeter! I got the injection knows they pushed me the ring in the mouth. After that, I was really lying down and I was gone, woke up again had a nice short dream and had to sort everything again first so I knew what was SAche but that was fast and then I had only a little slow reaction. Have as before in the Prtacis then for 1 cTag driving prohibited. I would do the same again next time.

    Side effects: No side effects