Stop the epidemic of anesthesia over-medication

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Shawn Kennington
8 years ago
I believe everything should always be looked at to see if changes or improvements can or need to be made.

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jeanine feldmann
8 years ago
for people to know how important
is the use of the brain monitor.

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jan garrison
9 years ago
I think it is a good thing and will save some lives--

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Laren Bright
9 years ago
I have seen anesthesia administered observing the patient's brain activity on a brain monitor. I have seen the patient immediately after surgery. I was more than impressed and can not understand why using a brain monitor (which is virtually cost-free to hospitals since they already have them) is not absolutely required. It makes sense, it's observably healthier, and cost-effective.

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Martin Diedrich
9 years ago
The old ways belong to the old times. Now that we have advanced knowledge and tools we have a moral obligation to apply

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Chris Bauer
9 years ago
I received too much propofol in 2007 and received permanent brain damage. It cost me my company and all my savings. I lost everything except my wife. I now speak on anesthetic brain damage. Check the Patient Bill of Rights. There are 100's of thousands of us injured people.

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John Dunn
9 years ago
We must educate the use of Brain Monitors.

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Barry Friedberg
9 years ago
If you have ever had a loved one or friend not be mentally right after surgery, you don't need any better reason to support this effort.