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Dr. Richard J. Grisoli, M.D.

Anesthesiologist

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38 years Experience
Dr. Richard J. Grisoli, M.D.
  • Hammond, LA
  • La State Univ Sch of Med In New Orleans, New Orleans La
  • Accepting new patients

What could be the symptoms of an anesthesia overdose? Is it possible?

The amount of anesthesia you need is carefully monitored by your CRNA and / or your anesthesiologist.

Are there precautions associated with giving anesthesia for diabetic patients?

Yes diabetes is an additional risk with anesthesia, and she will likely have her blood sugar monitored before and after surgery. If it's a long procedure, they may monitor it during READ MORE
Yes diabetes is an additional risk with anesthesia, and she will likely have her blood sugar monitored before and after surgery. If it's a long procedure, they may monitor it during the surgery.

Can I feel drowsy a week after my anesthesia was delivered?

It's unlikely that the anesthetic performed a week ago is responsible for your lethargy. If you are taking medication, then this is more likely the cause.

What should I expect during general anesthesia?

Your anesthesia will likely be administered by your iv. You will be asleep in less than a minute while all of your vital signs are monitored. An airway will be placed in your mouth READ MORE
Your anesthesia will likely be administered by your iv. You will be asleep in less than a minute while all of your vital signs are monitored. An airway will be placed in your mouth or in your windpipe to deliver oxygen and your anesthetic gas. The tube or airway is almost always removed before you are fully conscious.

If my anesthesia is delivered in the back, can its traces mix in the spinal fluid?

Regional anesthesia for C-sxn is either a spinal or an epidural. Yes medications administered by any route will likely get into your CSF if it can pass the blood brain barrier. READ MORE
Regional anesthesia for C-sxn is either a spinal or an epidural. Yes medications administered by any route will likely get into your CSF if it can pass the blood brain barrier.

Can three epidurals be a problem?

The risks of epidural anesthesia are not belated to how many previous epidurals you have had.