Can Anesthesia Damage Your Brain?

At the end of my last video, number 10 on the list of things that can potentially cause dementia was anesthesia. Here’s a much more detailed explanation about why certain anesthetics, particularly the halogenated gases may be of concern for your brain health. And if you felt that your brain wasn’t working that well temporarily or permanently after undergoing general anesthesia, you’ll definitely find this video helpful.

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