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Anesthesia 101

Anesthesia In An Outpatient Setting

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Patients who undergo procedure outside of hospitals face a risk of complications that mya reqwuire emergency transfers to a hospital.

Patients should speak with the people who run the center where the procedure will be performed to learn about:

  • The safety/quality standards in place.
  • Whether there are any state regulations which protect patients undergoing medical procedures in an office setting - and whether the center complies with those regulations. If you're not satisfied with the answers you get from the center, contact your state Department of Health for information.

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