According to a study published in the March 20, 2012, issue of the Some patients undergoing colonoscopy do so without any anesthesia at all, but the majority still gets “conscious sedation” – a combination of drugs to relax you and block pain.
Although they are semi-conscious during the procedure, most patients don’t remember much about it afterwards.
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This is typically performed with the drug Propofol, a powerful sedative that must be administered and monitored by an anesthesiologist.
Whitmore has a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Cincinnati, fitness certifications and dietetics training from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
The study found that full anesthesia was used in more than 30 percent of all colonoscopies and other gastroenterology procedures in 2009, up 14 percent from 2003.
It is most widely used in the northeastern United States, where 59 percent of all these procedures were done with full anesthesia.
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