Anaesthesiology and Reanimation
Last Updated 07-03-2020 11:34:53

The temporary loss of consciousness and decrease of reflex activity, without any change in the vital functions is referred to as general anaesthesia. The general anaesthesia practice causes loss of consciousness, preventing the patient’s awareness during the operation, annihilates the pain and provides the patient with comfort during the surgery and represses the reflex activity leading to muscle relaxation, thus catalyzing the surgical intervention.