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  • kevinmbrookskkevinmbrooks north yorkshirePosts: 6
    'State of shock' describes it perfectly, and even if it is a rare occurrence, I still think patients should be made aware that it could happen. After all, we are made aware of other rare but possible outcomes - infection, paralysis, nerve damage, etc. I'm sure if I'd known that there was a chance (no matter how small) of waking from the anaesthetic in extreme pain, it wouldn't have been quite so traumatic.      
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