Ideal anesthesia

Ideal anesthesia

Nerve Sparing Esthetic Circumcision

The aim of aneshesia is to ensure that the baby or child does not suffer pain during and after operation. Although the complications caused by general aneshesia are seen much more less in modern medicine, the most appropriate and lowest risky method is local aneshesia.

In local aneshesia, cream and enjectable form of aneshetic drugs are applied onto and into the operation site.


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