Awake during anaesthesia? 
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 Awake during anaesthesia?

For scientific research and a TV documentary on the subject of "Awake
during general anaesthesia?", the Department of Anaesthesia of Munich
University and the science department of the German state television
station SDR are looking for patients who woke up during surgery and who
can remember details like what the conversation among the medical staff
was like while the operation was going on. Your experiences will be an
important contribution to our work. Please contact us. Your replies will

or SDR Science Dpt, 68028 Mannheim, Germany
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Wed, 03 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Awake during anaesthesia?

On Sat, 17 Aug 1996 20:49:39 +0200, Martin Schneider

Quote:

>For scientific research and a TV documentary on the subject of "Awake
>during general anaesthesia?", the Department of Anaesthesia of Munich
>University and the science department of the German state television
>station SDR are looking for patients who woke up during surgery and who
>can remember details like what the conversation among the medical staff
>was like while the operation was going on. Your experiences will be an
>important contribution to our work. Please contact us. Your replies will

>or SDR Science Dpt, 68028 Mannheim, Germany

I don't have an experience to contribute; just would like to express
support and appreciation of the research you are doing.

There has been a horrifying amount of (anecdotal, but what else can it
be?) evidence of gross insensitivity of the OR staff to what the
patient might  understand, even under anesthetic.  That negative
comments can affect the outcome is not something even hard-core
"technicians" -- as opposed to humanistic caregivers --  would
dispute.

Good luck!

Polar

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Wed, 03 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Awake during anaesthesia?

On Sat, 17 Aug 1996 20:49:39 +0200, Martin Schneider

Quote:

>For scientific research and a TV documentary on the subject of "Awake
>during general anaesthesia?", the Department of Anaesthesia of Munich
>University and the science department of the German state television
>station SDR are looking for patients who woke up during surgery and who
>can remember details like what the conversation among the medical staff
>was like while the operation was going on. Your experiences will be an
>important contribution to our work. Please contact us. Your replies will

>or SDR Science Dpt, 68028 Mannheim, Germany

I don't have an experience to contribute; just would like to express
support and appreciation of the research you are doing.

There has been a horrifying amount of (anecdotal, but what else can it
be?) evidence of gross insensitivity of the OR staff to what the
patient might  understand, even under anesthetic.  That negative
comments can affect the outcome is not something even hard-core
"technicians" -- as opposed to humanistic caregivers --  would
dispute.

Good luck!

Polar

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Mon, 08 Feb 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 
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