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3 Things You Did Not Know About Anesthesia Awareness

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Anesthesia is required for many different surgeries, and the vast majority of the 51 million inpatient procedures conducted in the US every year go off without a hitch. Rarely does a patient ever wake up during a procedure and it is even more uncommon for individuals to remember what transpired during a moment of… Read More »

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Is Anesthesia Aspiration a Sign of Physician Negligence?

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

When consulting with your health care providers about undergoing elective surgery to address a medical condition, you probably discussed the details regarding anesthesia. Though generally safe, there are always risks involved when you are unconscious and many of your body’s functions slow down. One of the most extreme dangers is the development of a… Read More »

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Tragic Consequences from Anesthesia Errors by Florida Health Care Providers

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

The ability to administer anesthesia is considered one of the most powerful advancements in modern medicine, with around 40 million anesthesia procedures occurring in the US every year according to The Joint Commission. However, there are also around 1.5 million Adverse Drug Events annually – 5.3 percent of which involve harm to the patient… Read More »

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