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Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia - Patient Information

If you are due to be anaesthetised by Dr Peter Keogh, please take time to read the information below.

This details information on your upcoming anaesthetic, what to expect, the risks and complications associated with anaesthesia and a general guide to costs.

This is a guide only.

The type of anaesthetic that is most suitable for you will depend on a number of factors. If you have any questions regarding you anaesthetic, please make a note of them for discussion with Dr Keogh on the day of your procedure. If you or your surgeon think that you require an anaesthetic assessment in advance of you procedure, please let Independent Anaesthetists or your surgeon know, and the nature of the issue.

Anaesthesia is usually very safe. Some risks and complications may be more or less relevant to you depending on what procedure you are undergoing, the type of anaesthetic required and your pre-existing health and fitness. If you have any questions regarding you anaesthetic, please make a note of them for discussion with Dr Keogh on the day of your procedure. If you or your surgeon think that you require an anaesthetic assessment in advance of you procedure, please let Independent Anaesthetists or your surgeon know, and the nature of the issue.

This information contains general information on how anaesthetic fees are calculated. You will have already received an estimate of fees from Independent Anaesthetists.

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