General anesthesia is a treatment that puts you into a deep sleep so you do not feel pain during surgery. When you receive these medications, you will not be aware of what is happening around you.
You will receive general anesthesia in a hospital or outpatient office. Most times, a doctor called an anesthesiologist will put you to sleep. Sometimes, a certified registered nurse anesthetist will take care of you.
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