The exact timing of the withdrawal of anesthesia from the body is difficult to predict since it depends on many factors. These include the length of time and the type of operation and anesthesia, the individual characteristics of the patient’s body, his gender, age and weight, and the state of health prior to surgery.
Basically, drugs disintegrate in the liver and are excreted by the kidneys. As a rule, modern drugs for general anesthesia are excreted from the body quite quickly – within a few hours, so the recovery itself is short. Frequently, after a minimal invasion surgery with a combined intravenous or inhalation anesthesia, the patient can be sent home accompanied by relatives within 1-2 hours. Most anesthesia drugs stop their influence on the CNS after 24 hours.
The time of excretion of anesthetic in dentistry ranges from a few minutes to 6 hours.
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