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Dr. John Beauregard, M.D.

Anesthesiologist

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33 years Experience
Dr. John Beauregard, M.D.
  • Washington, DC
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Accepting new patients

What precautions does an anesthesiologist take for a blood pressure patient?

They should go over with you before surgery which meds to take and which to hold. During and after your surgery they will closely watch your pressure to ensure you remain in a READ MORE
They should go over with you before surgery which meds to take and which to hold. During and after your surgery they will closely watch your pressure to ensure you remain in a safe range. Vigilance is what we’re all about. Try not to worry too much, I’m sure your team will take great care of you.

Is anesthesia safe for older people with dementia?

As long as the person doing it has everything they need and is competent. I would suggest no Versed and simply proprofol sedation. Ideally if he has dementia local alone, but READ MORE
As long as the person doing it has everything they need and is competent. I would suggest no Versed and simply proprofol sedation. Ideally if he has dementia local alone, but should do well with carefully administered Propofol.

Do kids need anesthesia before being taken for a CT scan?

2 year old will likely need sedation at the least. Depth of sedation depends on other circumstances. Follow their instructions about last oral intake (solids AND liquids) to READ MORE
2 year old will likely need sedation at the least. Depth of sedation depends on other circumstances. Follow their instructions about last oral intake (solids AND liquids) to reduce the risk of vomiting and aspiration.