Anaesthesia creates a reversible state of unconsciousness and enables painless procedures. Anaesthesia typically consists of hypnotic agents such as propofol or volatile anaesthetics, as well as analgesics and, if indicated, muscle relaxants.
If indicated, the anaesthesiologist will decide which type of anaesthesia (general, local or regional) to be used and which dosage.
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