Dr. Virgil S. Manica, MD
Anesthesiologist750 Washington St Dept. Of Anesthesia Boston MA, 02111
Dr. VIRGIL MANICA is an anesthesiologist practicing in Boston, MA. Dr. MANICA ensures the safety of patients who are about to undergo surgery. Anestesiologists specialize in general anesthesia, which will (put the patient to sleep), sedation, which will calm the patient or make him or her unaware of the situation, and regional anesthesia, which just numbs a specific part of the body. As an anesthesiologist, Dr. MANICA also might help manage pain after an operation.
Education and Training
Institute of Medicine & Pharmacy In Bucharest MD
Can Tho University of Medicine and Pharmacy 1981
Dr. Virgil S. Manica, MD's Expert Contributions
It depends, at least a couple of hours.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
Yes. READ MORE
IV sedationSent from my Galaxy READ MORE
General anesthesia.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
Absolutely. READ MORE
No. READ MORE
It is better to have either a block with IV sedation or general anesthesia.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
Not really. You need general anesthesia. READ MORE
Yes, of course. General anesthesia. READ MORE
You can, but your glucose level has to be under control before your surgery.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
Theoretically yes, but I would not recommend it, as it may get painful during the operation. READ MORE
Theoretically, you can. However, the greatest majority of patients receive an eye block, supplemented by IV sedation. READ MORE
No limit. I have seen cases lasting even 24 hours. READ MORE
General anesthesia. Depending on the extent of surgery, you could also get an epidural catheter, for postop pain control. READ MORE
It is better to be asleep. READ MORE
General anesthesia. READ MORE
As long as your glucose level is stable and within normal limits, there are no problems. If your glucose levels would be pretty high, the surgical outcome may increase the risk of infection postop. READ MORE
It depends. Very important to start eating lighter foods initially and advance the diet as tolerated. Usually the vomiting should subside in a couple of days.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
It is done in the doctor's office and usually it is done without any anesthesia doctors present. So patients are not put to sleep for laser eye procedures.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
General anesthesia. You will be intubated ( have a breathing tube) and will be totally out.Sent from my Galaxy READ MORE
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