General anesthesia

 

Anesthetic method which allows all parts of the body become dead to pain or sensation usually accompanied by loss of consciousness without loss of vital functions of the body. It may be intravenous, total intravenous (TIVA), or gaseous anesthesia.

Other anesthetic methods

Epidural anesthesia
General anesthesia
Dissociative anesthesia
Inhalational anesthesia
Local anesthesia
Regional anesthesia
Spinal blockade
TIVA
Intravenous regional anesthetic block (upper limb)

Intravenous anesthesia

 

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