Painless gastroscopy and other minor surgeries should be completed
Master Zhang driving a taxi has always had stomachaches recently. When he went to the hospital for examination, he chose painless gastroscopy because he was afraid of pain. The examination was over soon, and then Master Zhang was going to drive home. The doctor stopped him and told him that he was not drunk because of anesthesia.
Professor Han Jiwu, director of the Department of Gastroenterology at the Fourth Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University, told reporters that drivers are now aware of the dangers of "drink driving," but some medical items should also be restricted from driving after inspection, but few people understand.
Painless gastroscopy is the application of one or more drugs that inhibit the central nervous system before the patient undergoes a gastroscopy to make the examiner fall asleep quickly and complete the gastroscopy in a quiet sleep state. After the examination, the examiner was able to wake up quickly.
Because the metabolism time of anesthetic drugs varies in the body, although the examiner looks awake, there is still a small amount of residual anesthetic drugs in the body. If you drive immediately at this time, it is like drinking alcohol. Judgment and response when driving Speed will be affected, and various accidents are easy to occur. Han Jiwu suggested that, for the sake of safety, within 24 hours after painless gastroscopy and painless abortion, do not engage in activities with strong directional forces such as driving, climbing, and signing documents.
In addition, it is not advisable to ride a bicycle, drive a car or engage in dangerous movements within 6 hours after ophthalmologic dilation, to avoid injury due to unclear vision.
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